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SDCF Annual Presentaion, 10th May 2017, SOAS University of London

We are delighted in to invite you to our Annual Presentation and Introduction of 2017 Greater China Summer Workshop Programme. With support from China Institute this year, the event will be held in SOAS, University of London. Acadmeic colleagues and researhcers from research area related to China are all welcomed. Dr Elizabeth Woo Li will speak of the mission and structure of SDCF and the purpose of Summer Programme. Specific details including schedule, locations, content of workshops and application procedures will be introduced. The outcome and update from 2016 participants will be presneted. Finally, a reception with carting will be provided. We are looking forwards to seeing you soon.

SDCF was founded by Dr. Elizabeth Woo Li, currently a Senior Adviser to and a Research Associate in China Institute in SOAS, University of London. SDCF was founded to widen aspects of Chinese studies not only within the traditional philosophical literature but beyond. The Workshop Programme covers schools of Chinese philosophy and how the traditional thoughts remain significantly relevant to our everyday life in the spheres of socio-economics, politics, and development, to name a few. This year, Dr. Li is especially welcoming scholars and[ young researchers from Europe, Middle East and Africa after receiving 2016 Programme participants from Russia, Brazil, India, China, Ukraine and the US.

2017 Greater China Summer Workshop is a 30-day intensive study summer school. It is designed for the researchers who is interested in understanding the role of China and Chinese from global perspectives and who is not necessary a specialist in Chinese study but relevant. The programme venues this year will be located in Hong Kong, Beijing, Taiwan, and Macau, and the workshops will be lectured by well established university scholars from these area.

Evert Details:
Date/Time: 10 May 2017, 5-7pm
Venue: Room 116 SOAS Main Buildings
Address:
SOAS University of London, 10 Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
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Contacts: Anne Yang (yanghsini@gmail.com)
Dr. Elizabeth Woo Li (el26@soas.ac.uk)