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センターセミナー“Dynamics of Image Creation on China in Comparative Perspectives”を実施します


日時:2017年10月25日(水) 午後1時30分~5時50分

場所:東京大学本郷キャンパス東洋文化研究所3階 第一会議室


“Dynamics of Image Creation on China in Comparative Perspectives”

Time:13:30-17:50, October 25, 2017

Venue:First Conference Room (3rd Fl.), Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia,Hongo Campus, the University of Tokyo

The rise of China has a large impact on neighboring societies in East Asia. Economic opportunities are very attractive to business people who are seeking for profit making in prospering Chinese market, while income discrepancy is enlarging due to different “reward” of the access to China. Territorial issues as well as other diplomatic issues might result in strong tension with China, while increasing number of inbound tourists from China is of crucial importance to local economy in these societies. News reports as well as academic frame though which the rise of China is understood and interpreted might be creating good/bad image on China. Emerging new young generations who are grown up in changing social, economic, political, international as well as educational environments might have different image on China compared with their older generations.
Needless to say, image creation on China is dynamic. In order to understand the dynamism of image creation, it is crucial to see the process in historical as well as comparative perspectives. It’s quite possible that one factor (increase of inbound tourists, for example) might be creating negative image on China in one country, but not in other countries. If so, we need to identify which factors are creating different impact so that we can generalize our observations.
In this seminar, we’ll invite experts from Hong Kong, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan who have conducted chronological survey of each society’s views on China to (1) share main findings from each survey, (2) discuss and identify factors affecting on the image on China, and (3) create hypotheses for the further research in the future.


13:30Opening Remark
Prof. Shigeto Sonoda (University of Tokyo, Japan)
13:50Report on Hong Kong
Prof. Robert Ting-Yiu Chung (University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
14:30Report on Japan
Ms. Yoho Nishimura (Genron NPO, Japan)
15:10Tea Break
15:30Report on South Korea
Dr. Jiyoon Kim (The Asan Institute for Policy Studies, South Korea)
16:10Report on Taiwan Prof. Michael H.H. Hsiao (Academia Sinica, Taiwan)
Prof. Joon-shik Park (Hallym University, South Korea)
Prof. Shigeto Sonoda (University of Tokyo, Japan)
17:20Discussion for Future Agenda

登録者 :園田・藤岡・田川
掲載期間:20170831 - 20171025
当日期間:20171025 - 20171025