CCPN Global's events

2008

25 November (Tuesday)
Asian Student Mobility in East and South East Asia and France
Time: 3:00-5:00pm
Venue: NAB107
Speaker: Dr Jean-Charles Lagree
Chair: Dr Xiangqun Chang
Info (PDF)

27-28 October (Monday and Tuesday)
The China-Europe Dialogue on Society
Time: 2:30-7:00pm on Monday; 9am-1:30pm on Tuesday
Venue: LSE Bankside House
Speakers: Professor Edgar Morin; Mr. Pierre Calame, etc.
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang 
Info (PDF) Format (PDF) China-Europe Forum  Media coverage in China (English-Chinese version) (PDF)

Date: 7 October (Tuesday) [cancelled]
Labour Migrants in the Pearl River Delta Region of Guangdong: the 'New Overseas Chinese'?
Time: 5pm-7pm
Venue: TBC
Speakers: Prof Graham Johnston
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Date: 6 October (Monday)
Social Embeddedness and Entrepreneurial Orientation in Ethnic Small Firms in the UK
Time: 5pm-7pm
Venue: H102
Speakers: Dr Catherine L. Wang and Dr Levent Altinay
Chair: Dr Xiangqun Chang
Info (PDF) Report(PDF) Article (English and Chinese) (PDF)

Date: 20 June (Friday)
Legal and Illegal: Production and distribution of Chinese goods in the route China-Paraguay-Brazil
Time: 5pm-7pm
Venue: H201, Connaught House, LSE
Speaker: Ms Rosana Pinheiro-Machado, University College London
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang
Info  (PDF) Paper (PDF) Presentation (PDF)  PowerPoint presentation (PPT)

Date:  9 May (Friday)
The Battle over China's Past: Mao and the Cultural Revolution
Time: 5pm-7pm
Venue: H103, Connaught Building, LSE
Speaker: Professor Mobo Gao, University of Adelaide
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Date Tuesday 24 April 2007
What Holds Chinese Society Together? - A New Perspective from a Chinese Model of Social Relations and Relatedness
Time: 7-9pm
Venue: H102, Connaught House
Speakers Dr Xiangqun Chang
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Date Tuesday 17 April 2007
What Holds Chinese Society Together? - A New Perspective
Time: 5-7pm
Venue: Graham Wallas Room, 5th floor, Old Building
Speakers:  Professor Zhou Xiaohong and Professor Zhai Xuewei
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Date: 14 March (Friday)
British Indian and Chinese Students, Graduate and Academic International Entrepreneurial Activities (PDF)
Time: 5pm-7pm
Venue: D106, Clement House, LSE
Speaker: Dr Stella Mascarenhas-Keyes (the Higher Education Directorate of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills, UK)
Chair: Dr Xiangqun Chang (LSE)
Info (PDF) PowerPoint presentation (PPT) Full report

Date Tuesday 24 April 2007
What Holds Chinese Society Together? - A New Perspective from a Chinese Model of Social Relations and Relatedness,Department of Anthropology public seminar
Time: 7-9pm
Venue: H102, Connaught House
Speakers Dr Xiangqun Chang
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Based on her very detailed ethnography and unique longitudinal village study (covering 70 years) in the Yangtze Valley village where Professor Fei Xiaotong observed peasant life in China (1939), this paper will present a Chinese model of reciprocity, relatedness, and networks; and illustrate the dynamics of change between different types of relationships in China.

Dr Xiangqun Chang is a research fellow in the Asia Research Centre, LSE and a visiting professor in the Centre for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Fudan University and at the School of Humanities and Law, Northeast University, China.

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis.

For more information email Professor S. Feuchtwang at s.feuchtwang@lse.ac.uk.

Whilst we are hosting this listing, LSE Events does not take responsibility for the running and administration of this event. While we take responsible measures to ensure that accurate information is given here (for instance by checking that the room has been booked) this event is ultimately the responsibility of the organisation presenting the event.

http://www2.lse.ac.uk/PublicEvents/events/2007/20070329t1029z001.aspx

Date Tuesday 17 April 2007
What Holds Chinese Society Together? - A New Perspective, Department of Anthropology and Asia Research Centre public seminar
Time: 5-7pm
Venue: Graham Wallas Room, 5th floor, Old Building
Speakers:  Professor Zhou Xiaohong and Professor Zhai Xuewei
Chair: Professor Stephan Feuchtwang

Professor Zhou Xiaohong in his talk on Cultural Feedback - Parent-child Relationship Transmission in a Changing Chinese Society will unfold the topic, which the Chinese media keeps quiet, of whether or not "parents should learn from children" in China where patriarchy is still the dominant ideology. It will show how the younger generation has learnt new fashions; how parents feel that they are backward; and how these phenomena impact widely on current Chinese society.

Professor Zhai Xuewei will speak on How "Face-saving" Operates in the Power Structure of Chinese Society? Chinese society seems a rigid structure based on patriarchy, dictatorship or monarchical systems. However, "face-saving" is a flexible feature of social interaction with considerable impact. This seminar will show that social hierarchical order could be broken down if the face-saving game is played by new rules, and describe the new strategies used for face-saving in today's China.

Zhou Xiaohong is professor in sociology and social psychology and head of department of sociology at Nanjing University.  He plays a leading role in "China Studies" in China.  Zhai Xuewei is professor in sociology and social psychology in the department of sociology, Nanjing University.  He is a pioneer in studies on Chinese social relations.

This event is free and open to all with no ticket required. Entry is on a first come, first served basis.

Whilst we are hosting this listing, LSE Events does not take responsibility for the running and administration of this event. While we take responsible measures to ensure that accurate information is given here (for instance by checking that the room has been booked) this event is ultimately the responsibility of the organisation presenting the event.

http://www2.lse.ac.uk/PublicEvents/events/2007/20070329t1008z001.aspx

 

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 11月25日 (星期二[取消] 
东亚及东南亚和法国的亚洲学生流动性
时间: 下午3:00-5:00
地点: NAB107
讲者: Jean-Charles Lagree博士
主席: 常向群博士
Info (PDF|)

10月27-28日 (星期一及星期二)
中欧社会对话
时间: 星期一下午2:30-7点; 星期二上午9点-下午1:30
地点: LSE Bankside House
讲者: Edgar Morin教授; Pierre Calame先生等
主席: 王斯福教授
Info| (PDF) Format| (PDF) 中欧论坛  中国的媒体覆盖 (英文-中文版)| (PDF)

日期: 10月7日 (星期二[取消]
广东珠江三角洲地区的劳工移民: '新海外华人'?

时间: 下午5-7点
地点: TBC
讲者: Graham Johnston教授
主席: 王斯福教授

日期: 10月6日 (星期一)
英国小型少数族裔企业的社会深入性及企业精神取向
时间: 下午5点至7点
地点: H102
讲者: Catherine L. Wang及Levent Altinay博士
主席: 常向群博士
Info| (PDF) 报告|(PDF) 文章 (英文及中文)| (PDF)

日期: 6月20日 (星期五)
合法和非法: 在中国-巴拉圭-巴西路上生产和分发中国产品 
时间: 下午5-7点
地点: H201, Connaught House, LSE
讲者: Ms Rosana Pinheiro-Machado小姐, 伦敦大学学院
主席: 王斯福教授
Info|  (PDF) 文章| (PDF) 发表| (PDF)  PowerPoint presentation| (PPT)

日期:  5月9日 (星期五)
对中国过去的战争: 毛与文化大革命
时间: 下午5-7点
地点: H103, Connaught Building, LSE
讲者: Adelaide大学Mobo Gao教授
主席: 王斯福教授

日期: 3月14日(星期五)
英国的印度和中国学生, 毕业生及学术国际企业家活动(PDF)
时间: 下午5-7点
地点: D106, Clement House, LSE
讲者: Stella Mascarenhas-Keyes博士 (英国创新, 大学及技术部高级教育理事)
主席: 常向群博士 (LSE)
Info| (PDF) PowerPoint presentation| (PPT) 报告|

 

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