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亚非学院中国研究院, 拥有超过50名教职员, 汇集了亚非学院所有的中国问题专家,致力于创建一个全球性的
研究机构及学术中心, 从古代到当代, 跨越政治、经济、语言、法律、艺术和文化各个学科,对不同语境下的中国及其复杂性进行全面的探讨和交流。

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54
affiliated academics working in 14 humanities and social science departments.

Research

The Institute is working closely with exceptional regional academic and business partners to build a truly world-leading, interdisciplinary research programme across the social sciences and humanities within eight China-focused themes.

Dr Jieyu Liu, Deputy Director of the Institute, received a European Research Council (ERC) grant of almost €1.5 million for her research on Chinese families in East Asia. The five-year project entitled 'Doing Intimacy: A Multi-sited Ethnography of Modern Chinese Family Life’ will provide the first comprehensive study of practices of intimacy in Chinese families, their intertwining with gender and intergenerational dynamics, and interrelations with local and global change

The Institute delivers interdisciplinary research seminars and workshops; organises high profile lecture events; and facilitates roundtable meetings on current affairs.

Teaching

The MA Advanced Chinese Studies provides high-level bilingual training in Chinese Studies across more than ten different disciplines in the social sciences and humanities

The MSc Contemporary China Studies combines high quality postgraduate social science research methodology training with a comprehensive study of contemporary China.

We rank 2nd in the UK in the Times & Sunday Times University League Table 2015, 5th in the Complete University Guide 2015 (East & South East Asia)

Thu31Jan

Nanjing
Nanjing

Nanjing is a monologue about identity, flawed heroes, and the consequences of war. Written and performed by Jude Christian, Nanjing is a personal response to the Nanjing Massacre of 1937, frequently referred to as the Rape of Nanking.

Thu14Feb

It Won't Be Long Now
It Won't Be Long Now

It Won’t Be Long Now is a solo theatre piece set in 1940s Hong Kong under Japanese occupation. It follows the experiences of Allied prisoners of war incarcerated in the Shamshuipo Prison Camp. It is based on real histories and is a show about survival in a time of hardship. It is a part of the Shamshuipo Heroes series of performances that give voice to diverse histories of this part of Kowloon.