The 10th East Asia Research Salon

4961009827_3cd344eb89_oThe 10th East Asia Research Salon

Elena C. Lichtenthaler
Hungry China – How to explain China’s changing international food policy
December 6th, 2016, 5 pm-7 pm
KWZ, Conference Room 0.701, Heinrich- Düker- Weg 14, 37073 Göttingen

Abstract:
Ever tried to buy milk powder at a German drug store? There is a good possibility that you found empty shelves and signs with announcements like “only three packets per person”.
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Workshop: Intellectual Landscapes in Transition: Contested Knowledge Spaces in China and India

unbenanntIntellectual Landscapes in Transition: Contested Knowledge Spaces in China and India

Dates: December 1-2
Venue: Tagungszentrum an der Sternwarte, Geismar Landstr. 11.

Organizers:
CeMIS-CeMEAS Transregional Research Network
Forum for Global and Transregional Studies
Academic Confucius Institute Göttingen

Registration:
To register for this event, please send an email to tina.schilbach@uni-goettingen.de by Tuesday, November 29th. As this is a two-day workshop, please indicate your attendance for Thursday and/or Friday.
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Guqin Lecture: 山河逸响:民国山西琴人传

2古琴讲座
山河逸响:民国山西琴人传
20161129日,星期二KWZ 2.739 , 18:00 – 20:00
张德恒,山西大学文学院

内容介绍
悠远的琴声,苍茫的余音,让浮躁的心瞬间安静,这是古琴独有的艺术魅力,入心,见情。
意境深远的诗词吟唱,耐人咂味的禅宗思想,融中国儒释道精髓于一炉,这是古琴始终占据中国古典音乐最高点的魔咒,雅致,释然。
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Guqin Workshop

bild5Guqin Workshop 哥廷根大学古琴清修班

古琴清修班       
2016112520161127, KWZ 0.609 + 0.610
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古琴讲座
山河逸响:民国山西琴人传
20161129日,星期二KWZ 2.739 , 18:00 – 20:00
张德恒,山西大学文学院
首届古琴清修班结业雅集
20161202,星期五, KWZ 0.606 , 18:00 – 20:00

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Lecture: Religion in Modern China

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Religion in Modern China
Monday, Nov. 21, 2016  6 pm (c.t.) – 8 pm, KWZ 1.601
Professor Li Tiangang 李天纲
Department of Religious Studies, Fudan University

Does China have its own religion? Is Confucianism a religion? How is the religious situation in contemporary China? These questions should be answered not only through the discussions within China studies, but also from the perspective of religious studies. Prof. Li Tiangang is going to talk about how intellectuals engage with the modern movements of religious reformation since 1898. He will also focus on the question of religions in contemporary Chinese society.
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