V Programme

Pre-Dialogue symposium, Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences (GCSS)

Thursday 30 November, Fyvie Hall, the University of Westminster

14:00-14:30      Registration
14:30-15:00      Introduction
Chair: Professor HAO Shiyuan, Academician of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS); President of the Chinese Anthropological Society (CAS), China  [tbc]
Speakers:

  • Introduction to Globalization of Chinese Social Sciences (GCSS), Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of Global China Institute, UK; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK
  • Chinese Anthropology returns to the world – writing ethnographies overseas, Professor ZHOU Yongming, Department of Anthropology, University of Wisconsin, USA

15:00-16:30       Presentations

  • Interpretation of Xi Jinping Thought: One Belt And One Road -- the cooperation of cultural transfer for the common goal, Professor SHI,Yijun, School of Marxist Studies, Liaoning Normal University, China
  • Constructing human destiny community and cultural consensus, Professor ZHOU Yuguo, School of Marxist Studies, Liaoning Normal University, China
  • Sanskrit Studies: The 'Cultural Common Divisor' in the Sino-Indian Relations, Dr Dr. ZHOU Liqun, Lecturer in Beijing Foreign Studies University, China; Li Foundation of New York Fellow in Needham Research Institute, Cambridge, UK 
  • Construction and rethink of contemporary Chinese culture in the globalization, Dr TIAN Yuan, School of Marxist Studies, Beijing University of Technology, China          
  • Interchange and Integration:Culture between China and Britain under “the Belt and Road”, Dr JIANG Haishan, Beijing University of Technology, China
  • The Belt and Road’ and urban foreign trade development, Dr GUO Xuefei, Associate Professor, Economic Research Institute, Chengdu Academy of Social Sciences, China
  • The strategy of expanding the scope of opening-up in Chengdu with the Belt and Road, Associate Professor MING Liang, Institute of Sociology, Chengdu Academy of Social Sciences, China
  • The development of cultural and creative industry of the Silk Road Economic Belt, Professor YIN Hong, Economic Research Institute, Chengdu Academy of Social Sciences, China

The 4th Global China Dialogue (GCD IV)

Friday 1 December,  the British Academy

8:30-9:00          Registration
9:00-10:00        Opening session
Chair: Professor Kerry Brown, Director of the Lau China Institute, King’s College London, UK
9:00-9:15 Greetings (5 minutes each) [tbc]:

  • Mr MA Hui, Minister of the Chinese Embassy to the UK
  • Professor Wei Li FAcSS, FRSA, Director of the Centre for Applied Linguistics, IOE, University College London, UK

9:15-10:00         Keynote speeches (20 minutes each):

  • Harmonizing Goals and Values: The Challenge for Belt and Road, Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary Vice President, British Sociological Association (BSA), UK; Emeritus Professor, University of Wales, UK
  • Cultural power of people-to-people bonding in building the Bilt and Rord, Professor HAO Shiyuan, Academician of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS); President of the Chinese Anthropological Society (CAS), China

10:00-10:10        Group photo
10:10-11:20        Panel I How the B&R connects different civilizations and cultures
Chair & discussant: Professor Martin Albrow FAcSS, Honorary Vice President, British Sociological Association (BSA), UK; Emeritus Professor, University of Wales, UK
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • Transcultural cooperation with Chengdu’s ‘Tianfu culture’ – the historical perspective on the Belt and Road, Professor WANG Ping, Vice President, Chengdu Academy of Social Sciences, China
  • The Impact of the Belt and Road Initiative on African societies: the case of Kenya, Ms Elisa Gambino, Doctoral Researcher, School of Social and Political Studies, The University of Edinburgh, UK
  • Transcultural communication and cultural security in the context of the Beld and Road, Professor QI Jinyu, Head of Department of Ethnology, School of Ethnology and Sociology; Director of Institute of Northeast Asian National Culture Studies, Minzu University of China
  • Aspiration or Security: The New Silk Road and the Legacy of China’s Past in Central Asia and Eurasia, Mr Tom Harper, PhD candidate, University of Surrey, UK

Discussion, Q&A
11:20-11:35  Coffee/tea Break
11:35-12:50       Panel II How people-to-people bonding operates through transcultural practice
Chair & discussant: Professor Wei Li FAcSS FRSA, Director of the Centre for Applied Linguistics, IOE, University College London [tbc]
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • Entrepreneurship: China’s contribution to the world, Mr George ILIEV, Director, Development Markets, Association of MBAs (AMBA), UK
  • Developing China corporate social responsibility along with the Belt and Road, Professor WU Baojing, School of Marxist Studies, Beijing University of Technology, China
  • Digital Silk Road with the new norms, Dr Xiaobai Shen, Senior Lecturer, Business School, University of Edinburgh, UK
  • The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and civil global connections, Professor Jiaming Sun, Faculty of Sociology & Criminal Justice, Texas A&M University - Commerce, USA

Discussion, Q&A
12:50-13:55      Lunch
14:00-15:10       Panel III What are the theoretical and legal bases of the B&R
Chair & discussant: Dr Tan Khee Giap,Co-Director, Asia Competitiveness Institute (ACI), Associate Professor of Public Policy, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • A Cosmopolitan Interpretation of Fei Xiaotong's Study of Chinese Culture:How Compathy can work for the Cultural Project of the Belt and Road, Professor Sang-Jin HAN, Professor Emeritus, Department of Social Sciences, Seoul National University, Korea; Mr. ZUO Wenmin, PhD student, Department of Sociology, Peking University, China
  • The Legal/Regulatory Challenges in the China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), Dr Yuka Kobayashi, Assistant Professor in China and International Politics, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • The Belt and Road and Legal protection - from the perspective of the contribution of administrative law,  Professor WANG Jingbin, School of Law, East China Normal University, China
  • Making China’s Belt and Road Initiative Work, Dr Linda Yueh, Fellow in Economics, St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford; Adjunct Professor,  Economics Faculty, London Business School, UK

Discussion, Q&A
15:10-15:25        Coffee/tea Break
15:25-16:20      Panel IV How the media can help to promote the B&R as a Chinese contribution to the human community
Chair & discussant: Professor Daya Thussu, Co-Director of the India Media Centre and Research Director of the China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK
Speakers (10 minutes each):

  • The Re-imagining of China under President Xi Jinping, Professor Hugo de Burgh, Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK
  • ‘Constructive journalism’ in covering B&R:the need for a solution-focused mindset, Ms Jufang Wang, Coordinator, the Culture and Media session, OBOR Program, Oxford University, UK
  • From One Belt One Road to One Chinese Story? The Limits of Beijing in Forging Chinese Narrativesocial uptake on the notion of sustainability in China, Dr Jinghan Zeng, Senior Lecturer, Deputy Director of the Centre for Politics in Africa, Asia and the Middle East (AAME), Royal Holloway College, University of London, UK

Discussion, Q&A
16:20-17:00       Closing session
Chair: Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of Global China Institute, UK; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK
Speeches (10 minutes each):

  • One Road, Many Dreams. Professor Daniel Drache, Professor Emeritus, Senior Research Fellow, Robarts Centre, University of York, Canada
  • The B & R and the future of China in the human destiny community, Professor WANG Wen, Executive Dean, Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies, Renmin University of China (RDCY), China

Book launch (5 minutes): Mrs Ingrid Cranfield, President of Global China Press; former Deputy Mayor of the London Borough of Enfield, UK

18:30-21:00      Reception (by invitation only), at the House of Commons, UK Parliament
Chair: Professor Hugo de Burgh, Director of China Media Centre, University of Westminster, UK
Short speeches (5 minutes each)

  • UK and international development, The Rt. Hon. Lord Michael Bates, Minister of State, Department for International Development, UK
  • Will China's Economy Collapse - with a discussion on the Belt and Road?, Ms Ann Lee, Political writer; CEO, Coterie; Former Adjunct Professor at New York University, USA
  • How to bring bio-business from the UK to China through the Belt and Road,  Professor Zhangfeng Cui FRAE, Director, Oxford Centre for Tissue Engineering and Bioprocessing, CRMI Technology Centre University of Oxford.

Post-Dialogue  workshop: Chinese for Social Science (CSS)

Saturday 2 December, King’s College London

9:30:00-10:00   Registration
10:00-11:15
Chair: Dr Dongning Feng, Senior Lecturer, Former Director of Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK

  • Introduction to Chinese for social science (CSS), Professor Xiangqun Chang, Director of Global China Institute, UK; Honorary Professor of UCL, UK
  • Chinese for social science - Intermediate level reading, Ms Lik Suen, SOAS China Institute, University of London, UK
  • Discussion, Q&A

11:15-11:40       Coffee/tea break
11:40-12:40      

  • Chinese for social science - Advanced level reading, Dr Lianyi Song, Principal Teaching Fellow, Faculty of Languages and Cultures, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • English and Chinese bidirectional translation, Dr Dongning Feng, Senior Lecturer, Former Director of Centre for Translation Studies, SOAS, University of London, UK
  • Discussion, Q&A

12:40-12:50 Closing remarks: tbc
12:50-14:30      Lunch and network

五 会议议程

全球中国对话前学术研讨会:中国社会科学全球化(GCSS)

11月30日 星期五,威斯敏斯特大学摄政街校区法伊维尔大厅 (Fyvie Hall)

14:00-14:30      注册
14:30-15:00      介绍
主持:郝时远教授,中国社会科学院学部委员、中国人类学会会长[tbc]
发言:

  • “中国社会科学全球化”简介,常向群教授, 全球中国研究院院长;英国伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 中国人类学走回世界——海外民族志书写, 周永明教授,美国威斯康星大学人类学系教授

15:00-16:30       发表

  • 以习近平思想解读:一带一路——为了共同目标的转文化合作, 史艺军教授,中国辽师范大学马克思主义学院
  • 构建人类命运共同体与文化共识, 周育国教授,中国辽师范大学马克思主义学院
  • 梵学:中印关系间的“文化公约数”, 周利群博士,中国北京外国语大学亚非学院讲师,英国剑桥李约瑟研究所李氏基金访问学者
  • 全球化境遇下中国当代文化的建构与反思, 田园博士,中国北京工业大学马克思主义学院         
  • 交流与融合:一带一路视域下的中英文化,姜海珊博士,中国北京工业大学马克思主义学院副教授
  • “一带一路”与城市对外贸易发展研究, 郭雪飞副教授,成都市社会科学院经济研究所
  • 中国成都在“一带一路”背景下扩大对外开放的对策研究, 明亮副教授,中国成都市社会科学院社会学所
  • 丝绸之路经济带文化创意产业发展研究, 尹宏教授,中国成都市社会科学院经济研究所

第四届全球中国对话

2016年12月1日星期五, 英国学术院

8:30-9:00        注册
9:00-10:00      开幕式
主持: 凯利·布朗教授, 英国伦敦国王学院中国研究院院长
9:00-9:15        致辞 (每人5分钟)[tbc]:

  • 马辉 先生,中国驻英国大使馆公使
  • 李嵬教授,英国社会科学院院士,皇家艺术学院院士; 英国伦敦大学院应用语言研究中心主任

9:15-10:00      主旨演讲 (每人20分钟):

  • 和谐目标与价值观:一带一路的挑战,马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士;英国社会学会荣誉副主席;威尔士大学荣休教授
  • “一带一路”建设中民心相通的文化力量,郝时远教授,中国社会科学院学部委员,中国人类学学会会长

10:00-10:10     合影
10:20-11:20     版块一 一带一路如何连接不同的文明与文化
主持与评议: 马丁·阿尔布劳教授,英国社科院院士;英国社会学会荣誉副主席;威尔士大学荣休教授
​发言(每人12分钟):

  • “带一路”与中国成都天府文化建设研究,王苹教授,中国成都市社会科学院副院长
  • 一带一路对非洲社会的影响:以肯尼亚为例,郭爱林(Elisa Gambino)女士,英国爱丁堡大学社会与政治学院博士研究生
  • “一带一路”背景下的跨文化交流与文化安全研究,祁进玉教授,中国中央民族大学民族学系主任、东北亚民族文化研究所所长
  • 愿望或安全:新丝绸之路及中国古代对中亚和欧亚大陆的遗产,汤姆·哈珀(Tom Harper)先生,英国萨里大学博士后候选人

评议,提问&回应

11:20-11:35     茶歇
11:35-12:50     版块二 转文化实践中的民心相通
主持与评议:李嵬教授,英国社科院院士,皇家艺术院院士; 英国伦敦大学院应用语言研究中心主任

发言(每人12分钟):

  • 创业:中国对世界的贡献,伊乔 (George ILIEV)先生,英国工商管理硕士协会市场开发主任
  • 一带一路视阈下中国企业社会责任探析,吴宝晶教授,中国北京工业大学马克思主义学院
  • 数字丝绸之路新规范, 沈小白博士,英国爱丁堡大学商学院高级讲师.
  • 一带一路与全球公民连接,孙嘉明教授,美国德克萨斯农工大学康莫斯分校社会学与刑事司法学院

12:50-13:55     午餐
14:00-15:10     版块三 一带一路的理论和法律基础
主持与评议:陈企业 (Tan Khee Giap) 博士,新加坡国立大学李光耀公共政策副教授
发言(每人10分钟):

  • 从世界主义视角下解读费孝通对中国文化的研究——情感共鸣作为一带一路的理论基础,韩相震教授,韩国首尔大学社会学系荣休教授;左雯敏先生,中国北京大学社会学系博士研究生
  • 中国一带一路所面对的法律/管制之挑战,小林由佳(Yuka Kobayashi) 博士,英国伦敦大学亚非学院中国和国际政治助理教授
  • “一带一路”的法律保障——以行政法的贡献为视角, 王景斌教授,中国华东师范大学法学院
  • 成功中国一带一路,岳林达博士,牛津大学圣埃德蒙大教堂经济研究员;英国伦敦商学院经济系兼职教授

评议, 提问&回应

15:10-15:25     茶歇
15:25-16:20     版块四 媒体如何把一带一路作为中国对人类共同体的贡献来传播
主持与评议:达雅·屠苏(Daya Thussu)教授, 英国威斯敏斯特大学印度传媒中心联合主任和中国传媒中心研究主任
发言(每人10分钟):

  • 重新想象习近平主席领导下的中国,戴雨果教授, 英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任
  • “一带一路”报道:媒体需要“建设性”思维,王菊芳女士,英国牛津大学一带一路计划文化与媒体协调员
  • 从一带一路到一个中国故事吗?北京构造中国叙事的局限:对在中国的可持续性这一概念之社会摄取,曾敬涵博士,伦敦大学皇家霍洛威学院高级讲师,亚非与中东政治研究中心副主任

评议, 提问与回应

16:20-17:00     闭幕式

主持:常向群教授, 全球中国研究院院长;英国伦敦大学学院荣誉教授

发言 (每人10分钟):

  • 一路多梦,丹尼尔·德拉奇 (Daniel Drache)教授,加拿大约克大学罗巴茨研究中心高级研究员、荣休教授
  • 人类命运共同体中的一带一路与中国的未来,王文教授,中国人民大学重阳金融研究院执行院长

新书发布(5分钟):英格丽·克兰菲尔德女士, 全球中国出版社社长;英国恩费尔德市前副市长

18:30-21:30     招待会(仅凭邀请函)议会大厦

主持:戴雨果教授, 英国威斯敏斯特大学中国传媒中心主任

 嘉宾致词(每人10分钟):

  • 英国、英国与国际发展,麦克·贝茨 (Lord Michael Bates) 勋爵,英国政府国际发展部国务大臣
  • 一带一路在非洲, 斯蒂芬·陈 (Stephen Chan) 教授,大英帝国勋章获得者,英国伦敦大学亚非学院法律与社会科学学院创院院长,国际关系和世界政治学教授
  • 中国是否会发生经济滑坡——关于一带一路的探讨,李淯(Ann  Lee) 女士,政论作家;美国Coterie 精英俱乐部ECO; 曾任美国纽约大学兼职教授
  • 逆向一带一路:英国的生物业务走向中国,崔占峰教授,英国牛津大学生物医学工程研究所组织工程与生物处理工程中心主任、英国牛津大学中国再生医学国际技术中心主任

全球中国对话后活动: 社科汉语工作坊 

12月2日星期六,伦敦国王学院

9:30-10:00     注册

10:00-11:15

主持: 冯东宁博士, 伦敦大学亚非学院高级讲师、翻译研究中心前主任

  • 社科汉语(CSS)简介, 常向群教授, 全球中国研究院院长;英国伦敦大学学院荣誉教授
  • 社科汉语——中级阅读,宣力女士,英国伦敦大学亚非学院中国研究院
  • 评议、讨论、提问与回应

11:15-11:40 茶歇

11:40-12:40

  • 社科汉语——高级阅读, 宋连谊博士,英国伦敦大学亚非学院语言文化学院首席教学研究员
  • 中英双向翻译, 冯东宁博士, 伦敦大学亚非学院高级讲师、翻译研究中心前主任
  • 评议、讨论、提问与回应

12:40-13:50       闭幕式: tbc

12:50-14:30      午餐及交流

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