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icon publication Posting Date: 2 December 2019
New publication from Prof. Jan Kiely

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new book co-edited by Professor Jan Kiely and Professor Thomas DuBois of Beijing Normal Univeristy. The book is titled Fieldwork in Modern Chinese History: A Research Guide. Our facutly Members, Professor David Faure, Professor John Lagerwey and Professor Jan Kiely himself have contributed the following chapters in the new book.


Professor Daivd Faure: Chapter 1 "They went to the people but did they hear them? Comments on field research in China in the 1920s and 1930s"


Professor John Lagerwey: Chapter 9 "Basic questions for fieldwork on pre-1949 Chinese society"


Professor Jan Kiely: Chapter 24 "Exploring a northern Jiangsu county Intangible Cultural Heritage archive"


Please click here for further information.

icon publication Posting Date: 1 November 2019
Prof. Li Chen published new article and interviewd by Fortune

We are pleased to announce the publication of a new opinion article by Professor Li Chen on the China Daily. The article is titled "Quick fixes won't be enough for Hong Kong". Please click here for further information.


Professor Li has also been interviewed by Fortune on the development of financial technologies in China. The report of Fortune quoting Professor Li's views is available here.

icon announcement Posting Date: 1 Nov 2019
Congratulations to Yang Zhiqiang (Marnyi Gyatso)


Congratulations to Yang Zhiqiang (Marnyi Gyatso), PhD student of the Centre for China Studies, who has been awarded Ph.D. Support Scheme 2019-20 offered by the Faculty of Arts, CUHK, as a funding support for his doctoral research on Home on the Margins: Tsowa Societies of the Chone Kingdom on the Sino-Tibetan Frontier, 1862-1952.


icon note and pen2 Posting Date: 23 Oct 2019
Departmental Announcement: Course Selection Information for Undergraduate Students, 2019-20 Term 2


BA in Chinese Studies

For New Students


BA/BSSc in Contemporary China Studies

For Year 2 or above Students


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