INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON

RE-THINKING CHINA’S NORTH

First Conference: 4-6 December 2017, The University of Hong Kong

 

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International Conference on Re-thinking

International Conference on Re-thinking

First Conference on December 4-6, 2017. The University of Hong Kong

Welcome Remarks

Welcome Remarks

Dr Loretta Kim, HKU

Opening Remarks

Opening Remarks

Prof. Derek Collins, Dean, Faculty of Arts, HKU

Selection of Political Centers by Ancient Nomadic Grassland Empires (Putonghua)

Selection of Political Centers by Ancient Nomadic Grassland Empires (Putonghua)

Prof. Luo Xin, Department of History, Peking University: “The Choice of Political Centers for Nomadic Empires in Mongolian Plateaus during the Han and Tang Dynasties” Prof. Zhang Fan, Department of History, Peking University: “Why the Political Center of the Mongol Empire Moved from East to West to Karakorum” Moderator: Dr Li Ji, HKU

Film Screening and a dialogue with the director

Film Screening and a dialogue with the director

Dr. Till Mostowlansky, Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences, HKU

Session Two: Vistas from the East: Locating China’s North in the Sino-Korean Borderland of the Ming-

Session Two: Vistas from the East: Locating China’s North in the Sino-Korean Borderland of the Ming-

Dr. Masato Hasegawa, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science

Session Three: Moralizing the Sick Nation: The Emerging Mongolian “Spiritual Healing” in China

Session Three: Moralizing the Sick Nation: The Emerging Mongolian “Spiritual Healing” in China

Dr. Tenzin Jinba, Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore

Session Four: Both Bannerman and Civilian: The Touchong People in between the Eight Banners System a

Session Four: Both Bannerman and Civilian: The Touchong People in between the Eight Banners System a

Dr. Qiu Yuanyuan, Institute of History, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences

Session Five: Strangers on the Eastern Front: Russia’s Chinese Labour Corps and the Wilsonian Moment

Session Five: Strangers on the Eastern Front: Russia’s Chinese Labour Corps and the Wilsonian Moment

Dr. Lin Yuexin Rachel, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore

Session Six: Commerce, Geopolitics, and Imperial Leverages: The Transformations of Tribute System in

Session Six: Commerce, Geopolitics, and Imperial Leverages: The Transformations of Tribute System in

Dr. Tian Geng, Department of Sociology, Peking University Dr. Wang Liping, Department of Sociology, HKU

Discussion: Collaborative Multidisciplinary Research on China’s North (Putonghua and English)

Discussion: Collaborative Multidisciplinary Research on China’s North (Putonghua and English)

from left to right: Dr. Zhu Jiangnan, Department of Politics and Public Administration, HKUDr. Loretta Kim, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, HKU Dr. Li Ji, School of Modern Languages and Cultures, HKU

Meeting Room

Meeting Room

Meeting Glance

Meeting Glance

Programme in English

Programme in English

Conference Schedule

Reflection

Reflection

by Dr. Rachel Lin, University of Exeter

Exhibition Curation

Exhibition Curation

Supported by The University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG)

Exhibition Glance

Exhibition Glance

Refreshments

Refreshments