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icon conference Posting Date: 23 Nov 2016
CCS Visiting Speaker Series: Talking Freely about Elections in the Chinese Republic

 

Speaker: Professor Joshua HILL, Department of History, Ohio University

Date: Tuesday 6th December 2016
Time: 4 – 5:30pm
Venue: Room 1118, 11/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park

 

Conducted in English. Free Admission.

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icon conference Posting Date: 23 Sep 2016
CCS Visiting Speaker Series: The Borderland Citizenship: Governance of "Soviet Nationals" in Xinjiang (1949-1963)

 

Speaker: Mr. Sheng MAO, Department of History, University of Pennsylvania

Date: Thursday 6th October 2016
Time: 12:30 – 2:00pm
Venue: Room 1118, 11/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park

 

Conducted in English. Free Admission.

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icon conference Posting Date: 23 Sep 2016
CCS Visiting Speaker Series: The Something of Nothing: Buddhism and The Assassin

 

Speaker: Dr. Victor FAN, Department of Film Studies, King's College London

Date: Wednesday 5th October 2016
Time: 4:00 – 5:30pm
Venue: Room 1118, 11/F, Yasumoto International Academic Park

 

Conducted in English. Free Admission.

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icon announcement Posting Date: 25 July 2016
Dr. Brandon King awarded CUHK Young Scholars Thesis Awards 2015

 

Congratulations to Dr. Brandon King (PhD Graduate 2015) for being awarded the Young Scholars Thesis Award 2015 administrated by the Graduate School in conjunction with the eight Faculties in The Chinese University of Hong Kong, in recognizing his outstanding scholarship in his thesis titled "Adapting with the Times: Fajia Law and State Development".

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