Visiting Programs
Programs
Program Name Duration Document
Self-financing Scholars or Students Visiting Program
Short-term Academic Exchange Program 2 weeks
PhD Students Short-term Visiting Program 2 weeks

2 reference letters from professors

Introduction
In order to promote exchanges with scholars from around the world, the Research Centre for Chinese Philosophy and Culture has established several exchange programs to provide financial assistance for visiting scholars to conduct research and participate in academic activities organized by the Centre.

Applications for the 2019-20 visiting programs has been extended until 8 July 2019. Please send your completed application form with relevant documents to rccpc@cuhk.edu.hk.

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Past Visiting Guests
Number Name Organization Visiting Period
162 Li Mengyun ZHEJIANG GONGSHANG University 26/2/2018-26/8/2018
161 Zhang Wa Peking University 16-30/4/2018
160 Mi Jinzhong Southeast University 11/3/2018-30/6/2018
159 Zhang Hongmin Zhejiang academy of social sciences 7-21/5/2018
158 Liu Jianping Southwest University 3-17/4/2018
157 Chien-hsing Ho Academia Sinica 29/1/2018-11/2/2018
156 Qin,PING Wuhan University 1/9/2017-28/2/2018
155 Chun-wei Lin National Taiwan University 9-22/10/2017
154 Chen-HuiYu National Central University 20/2/2018-6/3/2018
153 LYU XIN Sun Yat-sen University 15-29/12/2017
152 Wang Ge Sun Yat-sen University 15-29/12/2017
151 Zemian Zheng Wuhan University 5-9/10/2018
150 Chang, So An Academia Sinica 1/9/2017-30/4/2018
149 Liu JeeLoo California State University, Fullerton 4 - 18/10/2016
148 Li Rui Beijing Normal University 1 - 14 / 12 / 2016
147 He Yixin Peking University 3 - 17 / 12 / 2016
146 Tsai Chen-feng National Taiwan University 5 - 15 / 12 / 2016
145 Chung Chun-yu Academia Sinica 8 - 19 / 12 / 2016
144 Chang So-an Academia Sinica 18-31/12/2016 & 1/1-30/4/2017
143 Chen Jen-kuen Huafan University 1 - 7 / 4 / 2017
142 Lin An-wu Tzu Chi University 3 - 14 / 4 / 2017
141 Lin Yuan-tse National Chengchi University 3 - 17 / 4 / 2017
140 Sun Bangjin Wenzhou University 3 - 17 / 4 / 2017
139 Zeng Haijun Sichuan University 3 - 17 / 4 / 2017
138 Philippe Major National University of Singapore 3 - 17 / 4 / 2017
137 Yuan Cheng-wei National Taiwan University 3 - 17 / 4 / 2017
136 Zhou Haoxiang Hebei University 6-12/3/2016
136 Go Jaesuk Sung Kyun Kwan University 4 - 16 / 4 / 2017
135 Pi MiMi Peking University 28/2-13/3/2016
134 Yang Jie Wuhan University of Technology 28/2-13/3/2016
133 Lei Yongqiang Henan University of Science and Technology 28/2-13/3/2016
132 Chen Bisheng Renmin University 28/2-13/3/2016
131 Wang Minguang Luoyang Normal University 28/2-13/3/2016
130 Zhang Zhihong Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 28/2-13/3/2016
129 He Zhaotian The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 16/6/2015 - 30/6/2015
128 Liu Wei Sun Yat-sen University 1/4/2015 - 15/4/2015
127 Fang Xudong East China Normal University 1/4/2015 - 15/4/2015
126 Huang Qian East China Normal University 2/3/2015 - 16/3/2015
125 Bai Yuxiao Nanjing University 2/3/2015 - 16/3/2015
124 Zhu Jian Nanjing University 3/3/2014 - 10/3/2014
123 Xia Weizhong Nanjing University 3/3/2014 - 10/3/2014
122 Xi Liuqin Huaiyin Normal University 28/2/2014 - 14/3/2014
121 Deng Qingping China Jiangxi Normal University 3/3/2014 - 17/3/2014
120 Liao Xiaowei Huazhong University of Science and Technology 3/3/2014 - 17/3/2014
119 ISHII Tsuyoshi The University of Tokyo 18/3/2014 - 1/4/2014
118 Lu Yinghua Southern Illinois University Carbondale 3/3/2014 - 17/3/2014
117 Li Jingfeng Beijing Normal University 3/3/2014 - 12/3/2014
116 Liu Jun Renmin University of China 3/3/2014 - 17/3/2014
115 Xu Yingjin Fudan University 11/11/2012 - 25/11/2012
114 Zhang Ruitao China University of Petroleum 12/11/2012 - 26/11/2012
113 Hu Ketao China University Of Mining And Technology 12/11/2012 - 26/11/2012
112 Alimu Tuoheti Peking University 12/11/2012 - 26/11/2012
111 Lin Shujuan National Tsing Hua University 12/11/2012 - 19/11/2012
110 Guo Liang Sun Yat-Sen University 12/11/2012 - 26/11/2012
110 Jia Xuehong University of Yangzhou 12/1/2013 - 11/1/2014
109 Li Chenyang Nanyang Technological University 2/1/2013 - 13/1/2013
108 Li Yuyong Nanjing University of Info. Science & Technology 21/1/2013 - 3/2/2013
106 Liang Tao Renmin University of China 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
105 Pham Lee Moi Academia Sinica 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
104 Huang Kuan-yun National Tsing Hua University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
103 Chen Shaoming Sun Yat-sen University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
102 Li Lanfen Sun Yat-sen University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
101 Chen Chyi-yang National Tsing Hua University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
100 Zhang Rulun Fudan University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
99 Jiang Limei Beijing Normal University 23/6/2012 - 1/7/2012
98 Lu Jianyou Xi'an Jiaotong University 27/2/2012 - 12/3/2012
97 Li Yaonan University of science and Technology 27/2/2012 - 12/3/2012
96 Li Xiaoying Shangqiu Normal University 27/2/2012 - 12/3/2012
95 Xu Jiaxing Nanchang University 27/2/2012 - 12/3/2012
94 Lu Hui-Ling National Taiwan Normal University 27/2/2012 - 12/3/2012
93 Chen Lisheng Sun Yat-sen University 16/4/2012 - 30/4/2012
92 Zhang Ke Fudan University 16/4/2012 - 30/4/2012
91 Eric S. Nelson University of Massachusetts Lowell 5/6/2011 - 19/6/2011
90 Qin Ping Wuhan University 15/6/2011 - 29/6/2011
89 Lin Chung-I National Chengchi University 15/6/2011 - 29/6/2011
88 He Jinli Trinity University 15/6/2011 - 29/6/2011
87 Elisa Sabattini University of Sassari 15/6/2011 - 29/6/2011
86 Chuang Yuan Fu Chinese Culture University 20/6/2011 - 4/7/2011
85 Su Tzu Ying National Central University 7/2/2011 - 21/2/2011
84 Wu Hui Ling National Central University 7/2/2011 - 21/2/2011
83 Chu Ping-tzu National Tsing Hua University 7/2/2011 - 21/2/2011
82 Gao Ruiquan South China Normal University 21/11/2010 - 27/11/2010
81 He Zhangrong South China Normal University 15/11/2010 - 29/11/2010
80 Huang Pumin Renmin University of China 18/11/2010 - 28/11/2010
79 Wu Xianlin The Res Institute of Buddhist Culture of China 18/10/2010 - 1/11/2010
78 Liu Kedi Hangzhou Normal University 18/10/2010 - 1/11/2010
77 Zhang Yunsheng Renmin University of China 16/10/2010 - 30/10/2010
76 Lily Qiao South East University 16/10/2010 - 30/10/2010
75 Lin Wei South China Normal University 14/5/2010 - 28/5/2010
74 Xu Ning Shaanxi Normal University 17/5/2010 - 31/5/2010
73 Jiang Limei Beijing Normal University 14/5/2010 - 28/5/2010
72 Cai Qinghua Fudan University 14/5/2010 - 28/5/2010
71 Wang Xiang Stanford University 14/5/2010 - 28/5/2010
70 Zhang Yonglu Renmin University of China 14/5/2010 - 28/5/2010
69 Lin Rongjie Xiamen University 14/9/2009 - 28/9/2009
68 Li Ruohui Fudan University 14/9/2009 - 28/9/2009
67 Sun Qianqian Wuhan University 14/9/2009 - 28/9/2009
66 Sun Hutang Central University for Nationalities 14/9/2009 - 28/9/2009
65 Guo Meihua Shanghai Normal University 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
64 Lin Lechang Shaanxi Normal University 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
63 Yu Zhiping Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
62 Li Chenggui Nanjing University 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
61 Xing Yihai Sun Yat-Sen University 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
60 Tsai Miao-kun National University of Singapore 11/5/2009 - 25/5/2009
59 Chen Chang Wuhan University 29/9/2008 - 11/10/2008
58 Sun Hongxia Liang Yuan Government Administration Office 29/9/2008 - 11/10/2008
57 Zhao Xingliang Hunan University of Science and Technology 29/9/2008 - 11/10/2008
56 Chen Jie Beijing Institute of Technology 29/9/2008 - 11/10/2008
55 Han Likun Peking University 29/9/2008 - 11/10/2008
54 Bendick Ong National University of Singapore 1/9/2008 - 7/12/2008
53 Xu Guidi Beijing Normal University 11/8/2008 - 25/8/2008
52 Shentu Luming Nanjing University 11/8/2008 - 25/8/2008
51 Liao Hsuan-i Chinese Culture University 11/8/2008 - 25/8/2008
50 Lin Ming-Chao Taiwan Normal University 11/8/2008 - 25/8/2008
49 Marcus Heese University of Munich 28/7/2008 - 8/10/2008
48 Fu Hung-liang The University of British Columbia 7/1/2008 - 30/6/2008
47 Sang Dapeng China Three Gorges University 18/12/2007 - 14/1/2008
46 Shirley Chan Macquarie University 18/12/2007 - 14/1/2008
45 Li Xuezhu The China Tibetology Res Centre 18/12/2007 - 14/1/2008
44 Yang Shaohan Fudan University 18/12/2007 - 24/12/2007
43 Ma Hao Fudan University 10/12/2007 - 6/1/2008
42 Chen Jing Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 10/12/2007 - 10/2/2008
41 Gan Chunsong Renmin University of China 7/12/2007 - 30/1/2008
40 Xing Wen Trinity University 4/10/2007 - 10/10/2007
39 Sung Hiu-Chuk University of New South Wales 1/9/2007 - 26/2/2008
38 Zhang Jie Wuhan University 17/6 - 13/7/2007
37 Chen Li-kuei National Taiwan Normal University 14/6/2007 - 20/6/2007
36 Bai Xi Capital Normal University 11/6/2007 - 10/7/2007
35 Tao Hongyin University of California, Los Angles 17/6/2007 - 18/7/2007
34 Ding Sixin Wuhan University 17/6/2007 - 2/7/2007
33 Liang Tao Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 17/6/2007 - 30/6/2007
32 Li Ling Peking University 15/6/2007 - 21/6/2007
31 Chen Zehong Guangzhou Fang Chi Guan 2/7/2007 - 9/7/2007
30 Liu Dong Peking University 2/7/2007 - 9/7/2007
29 Ma Yongkang Sun Yat-sen University 9/5/2007 - 8/6/2007
28 Guo Xiaodong Fudan University 25/5/2007 - 24/6/2007
27 Wang Yingjie Capital Normal University 9/5/2007 - 8/6/2007
26 Chen Shengbo Lanzhou University 1/4/2007 - 30/4/2007
25 Franklin Perkins DePaul University 1/4/2007 - 15/4/2007
24 Li Dahua Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 1/4/2007 - 31/7/2007
23 Fang Xudong Shanghai University 26/3/2007 - 26/5/2007
22 Adam Gbur Northeast Normal University 1/2/2007 – 28/2/2007
21 Fang Yong East China Normal University 17/11 – 1/12/2006
20 Dong Qun Southeast University 17/11/2006 – 1/12/2006
19 Zhou Shengchun Zhejiang University 17/11/2006 – 1/12/2006
18 Lin Hongxing Fudan University 17/11/2006 – 1/12/2006
17 Lei Jing Sun Yat-sen University 1/9/2006 - 29/9/2006
16 Hagop Sarkissian Duke University 25/8/2006 – 18/12/2006
15 Lin Guanghua Capital Normal University 15/8/2006 – 14/9/2006
14 Lin Anwu National Taiwan Normal University 短期交流計劃
13 Ng On-cho Pennsylvania State University 2/6/2006 – 1/8/2006
12 Tong Qiang Nanjing University 15/5/2006 - 28/5/2006
11 Xu Sumin Nanjing University 15/5/2006 - 28/5/2006
10 Bai Xi Capital Normal University 10/4/2006 – 9/8/2006
9 Liang Tao Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 14/12/2005 – 28/12/2005
8 Chen Jing Chinese Academy of Social Sciences 14/12/2005 – 28/12/2005
7 Lu Xichen University of Central South 14/12/2005 – 28/12/2005
6 Richard John Lynn University of Toronto 12/12/2005 – 26/12/2005
5 Song Ruizhi Center of Western and Orient Culture Development 4/10/2005
4 Stephen Angle Wesleyan University 3/5/2005 – 12/5/2005
3 Bai Xi Capital Normal University 2/5/2005 – 15/5/2005
2 Wu Zhenglan Nanjing University 2/5/2005 – 15/5/2005
1 Fu Xinyi Nanjing University 2/5/2005 – 15/5/2005

The Measure of 'Knowing Constancy' (知常): Indications of Bodily Cultivation in the Guodian and Mawangdui Laozi
Date: Tuesday, 28 May 2019
Speaker(s): Prof. Thomas Michael, Associate Professor, School of Philosophy, Beijing Normal University
Venue: Room 220, Fung King Hey Building
Last updated: 2019-05-21 Forum

「體用兼賅」「開物成務」李二曲對儒家道德的自覺與重建
Date: 18, Jan, 2018 4:30 - 6:30 p.m
Venue: Fung King Hey Bldg Rm 220
Last updated: 2019-01-16 Forum

從「化」論和「人」論來看《莊子》對《荀子》可能的體系性思想影響
Date: 23, Jan 2019 2:30 p.m.
Speaker(s): SATO, Masayuki
Venue: Fung King Hey Bldg, Rm 220
Last updated: 2019-01-16 Forum

“Self-Planting of Spiritual Roots” and After: International Conference Commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Death of Tang Junyi
Date: 2018/12/5 - 7
Time: 09:00 - 18:30
Venue: LT1, Lee Shau Kee Building, CUHK
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Yang,Cho-Hon, National Central University
Prof. Thomas Fröhlich, Universität Hamburg
Co-organizer(s): New Asia Institute of Advanced Chinese Studies, and New Asia College

Conference Website

Last updated: 2018-11-15 Conferences

禪宗的弔詭語言
Date: 2018/03/09
Speaker(s): 何建興教授 (台灣中央研究院中國文哲研究所副研究員)
Venue: 香港中文大學康本國際學術園 2/F LT4 (大學火車站D出口)

Time:       7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Language:     Mandarin
Poster:      (PDF version / JPG version)
Registration:   Click here
Co-organizer:   Centre for the Study of Humanistic Buddhism, CUHK

Last updated: 2018-02-14 Forum

中國佛教的「遮詮」(Apoha) 概念
Date: 2018/03/14
Speaker(s): 何建興教授 (台灣中央研究院中國文哲研究所副研究員)
Venue: 香港中文大學康本國際學術園 2/F LT6 (大學火車站D出口)

Time:       7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Language:     Mandarin
Poster:      (PDF version / JPG version)
Registration:   Click here
Co-organizer:   Centre for the Study of Humanistic Buddhism, CUHK

Last updated: 2018-02-14 Forum

儒家後習俗責任倫理學的理念
Date: 2017/04/13
Speaker(s): Prof. Lin Yuan-Tse, Department of Philosophy, National Chengchi University
Venue: Room 220, Fung King Hey Building

Time:      4:30 pm

Last updated: 2017-06-21 Forum

International Conference on “Pre-Qin Thinkers: Philosophical Thoughts and Debates”
Date: 2016/12/15 - 17
Time: 09:00 - 18:00
Venue: Kilborn Room, 3/F Chung Chi College Admin. Bldg.
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Carine Defoort, University of Leuven (KU Leuven)
Co-organizer(s): Chung Chi College; Faculty of Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

Conference Website

Last updated: 2016-12-07 Conferences

Now and Eternity: Buddhist and Daoist Perspectives
Date: 2016/10/06
Speaker(s): Prof. LIU JeeLoo, Professor, Department of Philosophy California State University, Fullerton
Venue: Room 220, Fung King Hey Building

Time:     3:30 pm
Discussants:  Prof. YAO Zhihua and Prof. David CHAI (Department         of Philosophy, CUHK)

Last updated: 2016-09-30 Forum

Three Dimensions of Consciousness: A Radically Empirical Buddhist View of the Mind

Professor B. Alan Wallace has taught Buddhist meditation and philosophy worldwide since 1976. He holds an undergraduate degree in physics and the philosophy of science from Amherst College and a Ph.D. in religious studies from Stanford University. He is the founder and president of the Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies.

Date: 2016/01/20
Speaker(s): Prof. B. Alan Wallace, President, Santa Barbara Institute for Consciousness Studies, U.S.A.
Venue: Room 202, Fung King Hey Building, CUHK
Last updated: 2016-02-23 Forum

Buddhism and Hinduism : Treasure-Troves of Secret Codes
Date: 2016/11/21
Speaker(s): Prof Vinay Kumar, Professor of Philosophy, Gao University, India
Venue: G24 (Arts and Humanities Hub), G/F. Fung King Hey Building

Time:      11:30 am

Last updated: 2018-02-14 Forum

Gong Zizhen on "the Six Classics Are History"
Date: 2015/12/15
Speaker(s): Prof. Chang So-an, Res Fellow, Institute of Modern History, Academia Sinica
Venue: Conference Room, 2/F of the Art Museum (East Wing) at the Institute of Chinese Studies

Abstract:
學術界認為清代學術是考證學由來已久,其實從學術變遷視野觀察,清代學術最重要的貢獻應是「學術史觀」之建立,並由此產生的知識分化論述。這緣起於章學誠、龔自珍倡導的「辨章學術考鏡源流」。因這門學問頗藉力於漢儒劉向、歆的校讎之學,學界遂有稱「校讎學」者,亦有稱「流略之學」者。民國以後學科分類確立,校讎學三分為校勘、目錄、學術史,辨章學術遂名為「學術史」。
本講題從章學誠的六經皆史談起,並指出其後經學家龔自珍對章論的延續與修正,且分別說明二人在近代早期對傳統學術進行梳理所展現出知識分立的開創性眼光,鉤沉出一條線索,以觀察近代早期傳統經史子集四科分類如何演變為近代的經學/史學/思想/文學,尤其子學在其中扮演的角色。

Co-organizers: Res Centre for Chinese Philosophy and Culture and Institute of Chinese Studies

Delivered in Putonghua
All are welcome

 

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Last updated: 2015-12-22 Forum

International Conference on “Zhu Xi and Song-Ming Neo-Confucianism”
Date: 2014/12/4-5
Time: 09:00 - 18:00
Venue: Kilborn Room, 3/F Chung Chi College Admin. Bldg.
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Chen Lai, Director, The Academy of Chinese Learning, Tsinghua University, China
Prof. Shin Jeong-Keun Shin, Director, Institute of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Co-organizer(s): Institute of Confucian Philosophy and Culture, Sungkyunkwan University, Korea
Sponsor(s): Department of Philosophy, CUHK; Chung Chi College, CUHK

Poster

Last updated: 2015-11-17 Conferences

"The Frogs Have Raised Their Voice: Ṛg Veda 7.103 as a Poetic Contemplation of Dialogue"
Date: 2014/12/13
Speaker(s): Prof. Laurie L. Patton, Durden Professor of Religion and Dean, Arts & Sciences, Duke University
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Forum

Res Project Sharing Session
Date: 2013/5/22
Speaker(s): Yeh Hai-yen, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
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Last updated: 2015-12-21 Forum

「王廷相研究的幾個問題」
Date: 2013/5/9
Speaker(s): Frédéric WANG, Institut national des Langues et Civilisations Orientales, France
Photos
Last updated: 2015-12-21 Forum

Academic Sharing Session by Prof. Jia Xuehong
Date: 2013/11/8
Speaker(s): Jia Xuehong, University of Yangzhou, China
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Forum

The Third Cross-Strait Sinology Forum & the Fourth Cross-Strait High-level Sinology Symposium
Date: 2012/11/23 – 26
Co-organizer(s): Xiamen Yundang Academy; Sinology Res Institute, Xiamen University
Sponsor(s): Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica; Taoism Res Center, Peking University; Res Center for Chinese Philosophy and Culture, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Institute for Advanced Humanistic Studies, Peking University; National Taiwan Normal University
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Conferences

「如何讓電腦真正懂漢語?—— 一種以許慎的「六書」理論為母型的漢語處理模型」
Date: 2012/11/20
Speaker(s): Xu Yingjin, Fudan University, China
Last updated: 2015-10-10 Forum

Visiting Scholars Seminar
Date: 2012/2/29
Speaker(s): Lu Jianyou, Xi'an Jiaotong University, China; Li Yaonan, University of science and Technology, China; Li Xiaoying, Shangqiu Normal University, China; Xu Jiaxing, Nanchang University, China; Lu Hui-Ling, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan
Last updated: 2015-10-10 Forum

Workshop on “Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts: Hermeneutic Inspirations on the Studies of the History of Chinese Philosophical Thoughts”
Date: 2012/6/28–30

A three days workshop on the hermeneutic inspirations of silk and bamboo-slip texts on the studies of  the history of Chinese philosophical thoughts was held in June 2012. Over twenty scholars from Mainland China, Taiwan, UK and the U.S.A. attended in the event. The workshop was funded by Prof. Liu Xiaogan’s RGC project “Inspirations and Challenges from Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts: Philosophical Investigation Based on Interdisciplinary Reses (Phase I)”. It also received a generous sponsorship from Ms Rosana Wong.

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Last updated: 2015-12-21 Conferences

Visiting Scholars Seminar
Date: 2011/6/16
Speaker(s): He Jinli, Trinity University, U.S.A.; Lin Chung-I, National Chengchi University, Taiwan; Qin Ping, Wuhan University, China; Elisa Sabattini University of Sassar, Italy; Eric S. Nelson University of Massachusetts Lowell, U.S.A.
Last updated: 2015-10-10 Forum

Archaeology of Confucian Landscape: Conception of the Past in Historical Palimpsests
Date: 2011/5/31
Speaker(s): Prof. Li Min, Department of Anthropology, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, UCLA
Last updated: 2015-10-09 Forum

訪問學者研討會
Date: 2011/2/11
Speaker(s): 祝平次 台灣國立清華大學、 蘇子瑛 國立中央大學、吳惠齡 國立中央大學
Last updated: 2015-10-06 Forum

“Opportunities and Challenges: Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and Chinese Philosophical Thoughts” Conference

In August 2011, our centre co-organized a conference entitled “Opportunities and Challenges: Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and Chinese Philosophical Thoughts” with China Renmin University and National Taiwan University. Held in Beijing, the event attracted over twenty scholars from Mainland China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, and the U.S.A.

Last updated: 2015-11-16 Conferences

“Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and Chinese Philosophical Thoughts” Papers Review Workshop
Date: 2011/8/28 - 9/2
Venue: Ch'ien Mu Library, New Asia College, CUHK

In August 2011, a six-day papers review workshop for the project “Inspirations and Challenges from Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts: Philosophical Investigation Based on Interdisciplinary Reses (Phase I)” (「簡帛文獻與思想史研究計畫」) was organized. Five experts in the fields of Chinese philosophy and Chinese philology specialized in silk and bamboo-silk texts were invited to attend the workshop. The workshop was funded by Prof. Liu Xiaogan’s Res Grant project “Inspirations and Challenges from Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts: Philosophical Investigation Based on Interdisciplinary Reses (Phase I)”.

Last updated: 2015-11-13 Conferences

Symposium: "Human Nature: Does It Exist or Not? Is It Good or Evil?"
Date: 2011/6/24
Time: 9:30 – 18:00
Venue: Ch'ien Mu Library, New Asia College, CUHK
Keynote Speaker(s): Moderators: Prof. Liu Xiaogan and Prof. Cheng Chung-yi

In June 2011, a one-day symposium entitled “Human Nature: Does It Exist or Not? Is It Good or Evil?” was held. Six scholars presented papers on their respective areas of specialties around the common theme “human nature”. Each paper was then commented by an expert in that area.

Last updated: 2015-11-13 Conferences

"One Name, Infinite Meanings: An Analysis of Jizang's Thought on Meaning and Reference"
Date: 2010/2/9
Speaker(s): Ho Chien-hsing, Nanhua University, Taiwan

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Last updated: 2015-11-25 Forum

Roundtable Discussion on "Guoxue (National Scholarship) and Science: On Nationalism and Scientism"
Date: 2010/11/24
Time: 16:30
Venue: Conference room, Art Museum, ICS, CUHK
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Huang Pumin
(Standing Associate Dean, Guoxue Academia, Renmin University of China) and
Prof. Gao Ruiquan
(Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University)

In November 2010, a roundtable discussion on “Guoxue (National Scholarship) and Science: On Nationalism and Scientism was held. Prof. Huang Pumin (Standing Associate Dean, Guoxue Academia, Renmin University of China) and Prof. Gao Ruiquan (Department of Philosophy, East China Normal University) were invited to present papers. Prof. John Makeham (ICS Visiting Professor and Professor, Australia National University) and Prof. Chen Fong Ching (ICS Honorary Senior Res Fellow) served as commentators of the two papers. An in-depth discussion among all the attendants followed the presentation and commentary session.

Poster

Last updated: 2015-11-13 Conferences

"Yogācāra in Late Indian Buddhism"
Date: 2010/9/15
Speaker(s): Prof. Dr. Harunaga Isaacson, University of Hamburg, Germany
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Forum

「從儒學的觀點看全球地域化」
Date: 2010/4/22
Speaker(s): Prof. Liu, Shu-hsien, Res Fellow of Institute of Chinese Literature and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Emeritus Professor of the Department of Philosophy, CUHK
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Forum

"Reflections on the Korean and Japanese Confucian Traditions of Moral Culture"
Date: 2010/3/25
Speaker(s): Prof. Chai-sik Chung, Boston University
Last updated: 2015-11-13 Forum

Hermeneutics East & West: Symposium Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Publication of Gadamer’s Truth and Method
Date: 2010/11/5-6
Venue: New Asia College Ch'ien Mu Library, CUHK

In November 2010, the Centre co-organized “Hermeneutics East & West: Symposium Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Publication of Gadamer’s Truth and Method(詮釋學東與西──伽達默爾《真理與方法》出版五十週年學術會議) with the Edwin Cheng Foundation Asian Centre for Phenomenology and Archive for Phenomenology and Contemporary Philosophy (both of CUHK). Eighteen scholars from Mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong participated.

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訪問學者研討會
Date: 2010/10/19
Speaker(s): 伍先林中國佛教文化研究所、劉克敵 杭州師範大學、喬利麗 東南大學、張運生 中國人民大學
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訪問學者研討會
Date: 2010/5/19
Speaker(s): 李蘭芬 廣州中山大學、林偉 華南師範大學、許寧 陝西師範大學、蔣麗梅 北京師範大學、才清華 復旦大學、王翔 Stanford University、張永路, 中國人民大學
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“Silk and Bamboo-slip Texts and Chinese Philosophical Thoughts” Workshop
Date: 2010/8/16-27

The workshop was held on 16 – 27 August 2010 and is co-organized by Professors Liu Xiaogan, Cheng Chi-hsiung, and Liang Tao. The discussion is focused on how to raise the academic standard of the analytical study/res of the most representative silk and bamboo-slip texts. Eventually the workshop aims at producing for the academia, particularly for the fields of intellectual history and history of philosophy, more analytical studies/references of higher reliability. The workshop is under the financial support of the Lee Hysan Foundation and the General Res Fund of the HKSAR Government.

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Internatioal Conference on "Confucianism: Scholarship, Faith, and Self-Cultivation"
Date: 2010/5/25-27
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Lee Ming-huei (Academia Sinica); Prof. Chen Lai (Tsing Hua University); Prof. John Makeham (The Australian National University)
Co-organizer(s): The Academia Sinica, Taiwan; Chung Chi College; New Asia College; Department of Philosophy of CUHK

Confucianism: Scholarship, Faith, and Self-Cultivation

Twenty papers were presented by scholars from Canada, Hong Kong, Korea, Mainland China, Taiwan and Singapore. Besides, over 20 scholars participated as moderators and commentators.

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"The Modern Chinese Word for Humour/Huaji /滑稽/ and Its Antecedents in the Zhuangzi 莊子 and Other Early Texts"
Date: 2009/9/25
Speaker(s): Prof. Richard John Lynn, University of Toronto
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"Reflections on the Korean and Japanese Confucian Traditions of Moral Culture"
Date: 2009/3/25
Speaker(s): Prof. Chai-sik Chung, Boston University
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Visiting Scholars Seminar
Date: 2009/5/12
Speaker(s): Guo Meihua, Shanghai Normal University; Lin Lechang, Shaanxi Normal University, China; Yu Zhiping, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences; Li Chenggui, Nanjing University; Xing yihai, Sun Yat-sen University, China; Tsai Miao-Kun, National University of Singapore
Last updated: 2015-10-09 Forum

"The Concept of Experience in Early Indian Buddhism"
Date: 2008/7/8
Speaker(s): Prof. Frank J. Hoffman, West Chester University
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"Zhu Xi and the Lunyu Yishu"
Date: 2008/4/23
Speaker(s): Bernhard Fuehrer, University of London

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訪問學者研討會
Date: 2008/9/30
Speaker(s): 陳潔 北京理工大學、趙行良 湖南科技大學哲學系、陳暢 武漢大學、韓立坤 北京大學、孫紅霞 河南省商丘市梁園區委辦公室、Ong Bendick National University of Singapore
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訪問學者研討會
Date: 2008/8/14
Speaker(s): 林明照 臺灣師範大學、廖宣怡 中國文化大學、申屠爐明 南京大學中國思想家研究中心、徐桂娣 北京師範大學、Marcus Heese University of Munich
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The Bamboo-Silk Texts Workshop 2008
Date: 2008/6/16-23

A one-week workshop on the bamboo-silk texts of the Laozi and issues around the topic was held in June 2008, with the participation of nine specialists in the field from Mainland China, Taiwan and the U.S. The workshop was funded by Prof. Liu Xiaogan’s RGC res project “The Laozi Text: Two Millennia Transformation”.

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International Conference on "Taoist Textual Interpretation: Historical Approach versus Self Expression"
Date: 2007/12/19-21
Keynote Speaker(s): Prof. Chen Guying
Co-organizer(s): The Centre for the Studies of Daoist Culture of The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Sponsor(s): New Asia College

Taoist Textual Interpretation: Historical Approach versus Self Expression

Taoist Textual Interpretation: Historical Approach versus Self Expression
was held on 19—21 December 2007. It aims at bringing the study of Chinese philosophy to a new height and, in particular, increasing our awareness of the importance of methodology. The conference was co-organized by the Centre for the Studies of Daoist Culture of The Chinese University of Hong Kong and New Asia College.

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「《禮》古記與子思之學」
Date: 2007/10/5
Speaker(s): Xin Wen, Trinity University
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"Who's Thinking? Why Thinking? — Translating and Studying Works of Chinese Intellectual History"
Date: 2007/7/5
Speaker(s): Liu Dong, Peking University
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"Postmodernization and the Second Enlightenment"
Date: 2007/3/24
Speaker(s): Wang Zhihe, The Centre for Process Studies, The China Project
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Visiting Scholars Seminar
Date: 2007/6/6
Speaker(s): Li Dahua,Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China; Gao Xudong, Fudan University, China; Fang Xudong, Shanghai University; Wang yingjie, Capital Normal University, China; Ma Yongkang, Sun Yat-sen University, China
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The Bamboo-Silk Texts Workshop 2007
Date: 2007/6/18-29

The two-week workshop invited 6 scholars from the U.S.A., Mainland China and Taiwan to investigate how the text of the Laozi has evolved in the course of history, and to study the related bamboo and silk texts. They are Professors Chen li-kuei, Tao Hongyin, Liang Tao, Bai Xi, Ding Sixin and Zhang Jie.

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Visiting Graduate Students Seminar
Date: 2006/9/8
Speaker(s): Hagop Sarkissian, Duke University, U.S.A.; Lei Jing, Sun Yat-sen University, China; Lin Guanghua,Capital Normal University, China
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International Roundtable Forum on "The Methodological Reflections on Chinese Philosophy and Related Fields"
Date: 2006/12/15-16

An international roundtable forum on the methodology of Chinese philosophy studies was held on 15-16 December 2006. Over 20 scholars from Belgium, Canada, Hong Kong, Mainland China, Taiwan and the U.S.A. participated in the discussion.

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International Conference on "Eastern Culture and Modern Society: Philosophical Dialogue among Buddhism, Confucianism and Daoism"
Date: 2006/11/23-24
Co-organizer(s): The Institute of Oriental Philosophy and The Institute of Oriental Philosophy (Hong Kong Centre)

 

Over 20 scholars from Hong Kong, Japan, Mainland China and Taiwan participated in the conference.

There was also an exhibition of “The Lotus Sutra — A Message of Peace and Harmonious Coexistence¡¨ co-organized by our Centre, The Institute of Oriental Philosophy, Soka Gakkai International of Hong Kong and St. Petersburg Branch of the Institute of Oriental Studies of the Russian.

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Study and Development of Confucianism
Date: 2006/6/12
Speaker(s): Ng On-Cho, Pennsylvania State University; Lin Anwu, Taiwan Normal University; Bai Xi, Capital Normal University
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"A Gongfu Reading of the Four Books"
Date: 2006/3/2
Speaker(s): 倪培民, 美國大河谷州立大學
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International Conference on "Zhu Xi and the Four Books: Commentaries, Hermeneutics, and Philosophical Construction"
Date: 2006/5/16-18
Sponsor(s): The National Taiwan University

 

Over 40 scholars from Hong Kong, Taiwan, Mainland China, Singapore, and the U.S.A. participated in the conference.

 

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"Hundred Years of Harvard Sinology"
Date: 2005/6/14
Speaker(s): Speaker Phong Chang, Phoebe, Harvard University
Last updated: 2015-12-18 Forum

International Conference on "Wang Bi and Guo Xiang: Commentaries and Philosophy Construction"
Date: 2005/12/16-18, 19-21

 

Participants were all specialist in the field from Mainland China, Taiwan, the U.S.A., Canada, Germany, Singapore and Korea. There was also a reading group on Guo Xiang Commentaries.

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"Feelings, Reason, Families, and Friends: Kongzi and Aristotle as Virtue Ethicists"
Date: 2005/8/16
Speaker(s): Philip J. Ivanhoe, Boston University
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"A National Land Value Tax"
Date: 2005/10/7
Speaker(s): Mr. Clifford Cobb, Robert Schalkenbach Foundation (New York)
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International Conference on "Western Interpretations, Chinese Responses: Reflections and Explorations on the Methodology of Chinese Philosophy"
Date: 2005/5/5
Co-organizer(s): New Asia College, CUHK; Chung Chi College, CUHK; National Taiwan University

Right after the establishment of our Center, the conference aimed at bridging Chinese and Western philosophy and was proved a success, attracting 23 scholars from over the world. Feedback on the conference was very positive. Reports on the conference can be found in several major publications on philosophy and culture.

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