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icon publication Posting Date: 27 Nov 2020
New book chapter from Prof. Kristof Van den Troost
 

We are pleased to announce the publication of a book chapter by Professor Kristof Van den Troost. The book chapter is titled "Genre and Censorship: The Crime Film in Late Colonial Hong Kong", in Renegotiating Film Genres in East Asian Cinemas and Beyond (co-edited by Feng Lin and James Aston). Please click here for further information.

Renegotiating Film Genres in East Asian Cinemas and Beyond (edited by Feng Lin and James Aston)
icon publication Posting Date: 13 Nov 2020
New journal article from Prof. Kristof Van den Troost
 

We are pleased to announce the publication of a jouranl article by Professor Kristof Van den Troost on Asian Education and Development Studies. The article is titled "Propagandist or Objective Observer? Independent Documentaries in/on Hong Kong’s Recent Social Movements". Please click here for further information.

icon publication Posting Date: 11 Nov 2020
New journal article from Prof. Li Chen
 

We are pleased to announce the publication of a journal article co-authored by Professor Li Chen and Dr. Guanie Lim and Mr. Emirza Adi Syailendra of Nanyang Technological University on World Development. The article is titled "Why is It so Hard to Push Chinese Railway Projects in Southeast Asia? The Role of Domestic Politics in Malaysia and Indonesia". Please click here for further information.

icon conference Posting Date: 9 November 2020
USC-CCS China Studies Webinar Series: Molihua [茉莉花] as Cultural Text: what can music bring to Chinese Studies

 

Speaker: Professor Frederick LAU, Department of Music, CUHK

Date: Thursday 19th November 2020
Time: 11:00 am (HK)
Venue: ZOOM

Co-Organiser:  Universities Service Centre for China Studies

 

Conducted in English. Free Admission.

Registration required here (by 3 pm, 18 Nov 2020): https://cloud.itsc.cuhk.edu.hk/webform/view.php?id=11213758

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