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Sino-Forest Applied Research Centre for Pearl River Delta Environment is a newly established research centre in the Hong Kong Baptist University aiming to improve the environmental quality of the Pearl River Delta (PRD) region.
It will create a platform for various stakeholders in Hong Kong and PRD to tackle the trans-boundary pollution problem at source, advocate the governments on environmental policy and provide solutions for the industry in the PRD region.
Research works of Sino-Forest ARCPE will concentrate in the following areas: (1) Environmental performance of the PRD industry, (2) Environmental policy and community environmental education promotion, (3) Waste treatment and recycling, and (4) Environmental monitoring and control.
HKU Spring History Symposium, 7 May 2009
Session 1 09:00-9:15
Opening Wilhelmina KO
Plenary Session 09:30-11:00
East meets West: Hong Kong, China and the Western World
Moderator: Dave MACRI
PO Chung Yam (BU):
The Man on Li’s Right: Gustav Detring in Li Hongzhang’s Mufu
Carol TSANG (HKU):
More Than An Imperial Endeavor: R. E. Tottenham, the University of Hong Kong and the Professionalization of Women’s Medicine.
Wilhelmina KO (HKU):
Traditions and Identities of Independent Churches in times of Schismatic Challenges and Social Changes – Case Studies on the Chinese Rhenish Church Hong Kong Synod and the Tsung Tsin Mission of Hong Kong (1950s to 1970s)
Session 2 11:30-13:00
Social History: Education in Imperial China
Moderator: William TAI CHU
CHU Ming Kin (LU):
Imperial University (Taixue) in the Pre-Song Times: The Relationships between Politics and Government Education in Early Imperial China
LUI Hoi Ling (BU):
A Haunting Voice: Was there a Place for Women in the Civil Examinations in Qing China?
Ina LO (CU):
Floating Boundary Behind Talented Women’s Scholarly Pursuit: A Case Study of Wang Duan (1793-1839)
Political History: Colonial Hong Kong and Macau
Moderator: Paul WENHAM
Vincent HO (CU):
A Case Study of Macau and the Chinese Nationalist Revolution, 1905-1926.
CHAN Man Lok (HKU):
Communist and Nationalist activities in Hong Kong during the Second Sino-Japanese War.
Nat NG (HKU):
Hong Kong and Anglo-American Relations: The United States Export Control on the British Colony, 1950-54
Session 3 1400-1530
Economic and Business Histories
Moderator CHAN Man Lok
Connie PANG (HKU):
Blazing a Trail: French Entrepreneurs and Rice Trade in the Far East
Lawrence HO (HKU):
A Critical Analysis of the Sino-US Silver Negotiations in 1936
William TAI (HKU):
Succession in Chinese family business.
Social History: Hong Kong
Moderator: Wilhelmina KO
Gary LUK (HKU):
The Limitations of Expanding Colonial Space: The Regulation of Food-selling Activities in Early Colonial Hong Kong
Penelope PANG (HKU):
British colonialism, childhood and history.
Sammy TSANG (HKU):
Chinese Refugees and the Immigration Policy of Hong Kong, 1958-1962
Session 4 1600-1730
Political History: War and Society
Moderator Carol TSANG
Dave MACRI (HKU):
Abandoning the Outpost; Rejection of the Hong Kong Purchase Scheme, 1938- 1939
Paul WENHAM (HKU):
Thunder of the Gods – The Thor Missile Controversy
Session 5 1730-
Closing Wilhelmina KO
Conference on Sino-European Affairs
Europe and China: Changing Global Roles
June 19-20, 2009
University of Hong Kong
Organized by: European Studies Programme
Sponsored by:School of Modern Languages and Cultures, Faculty of Arts, HKU
9.30 AM Registration
10.00 Welcoming and Official Opening
Dr Chengxin Pan (Deakin University):
Constructing a Normative Self, Converting a Rising Other: Problematising ‘Constructive Engagement’in EU-China Policy
Linda Jakobson (Stockholm International Peace Research Institute):
China’s Expanding Role in Africa and Implications for the EU
Dr Reuben Wong (George Washington University):
The US Factor in EU-China Relations
Dr Roland Vogt (HKU):
Europe and China in the World: The Opportunities and Constraints for Partnership
Dr Richard Balme (Tsinghua University):
The EU, China, and Global Climate Change Policy
9.30 AM Coffee
Prof Xinning Song (United Nations University, Brugge):
EU-China Relations in Transition: Challenge and Opportunity
Prof Ting Wai (HKBU)
Prof Peter Preston (CUHK): The Surprising Costs of Success: National Identity in Europe and China
Dr Beatrice Leung (HKU):
Hong Kong and Macau as Factors in Sino-Vatican Relations
Dr Steve Wood (Macquarie University):
EU, Taiwan, and the Challenge of External Energy Resources
4.00 Final discussion / Roundtable