I·CARE Salon (25th Session) – Tradition and Anti-tradition: Ch'ien Mu and the Intellectual Flow of Early 20th Century China
16 Jan 2023
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Lecture Theatre 7, Lee Shau Kee Building
Speaker: Prof. Cheng Kat-hung
Host: Dr. Lau Po-hei (Office of University General Education)
Prof. Cheng Kat Hung, Ph.D. in Literature (National Taiwan University), is Chair Professor of Cultural History at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). He served as Associate Vice President (Curriculum Development) at EdUHK, Professor in the Department of Chinese Literature at National Taiwan University, European Chair of Chinese Studies at Leiden University, one of the leaders of the “Project of Pursuing for Excellence (first phase)” initiated by the Ministry of Education (Taiwan), member of the Humanities Panel in the RAE 2014 of the University Grants Committee of Hong Kong, and speaker of the New Asia Lectures on Confucianism 2022 of the New Asia College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His research specialises in philosophy of Zhouyi, Chinese intellectual history, classical hermeneutic, intellectual history of late imperial China, and East Asia studies. He has written numerous books, including among others 《周易鄭解》, 《漢學論衡》,《周易階梯》, 《浙東學術研究》, 《戴東原經典詮釋的思想史探索》, and has published more than 10 editing volumes and over 70 reviewed articles.
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Brief of the talk (available in Chinese only):
- Free seating is made on a first-come-first-served basis.
- Visitors without a CU Link card are still required to register details of their Hong Kong ID cards (or other identification documents). Alumni can present CUHK Library Cards or CUHK Alumni Credit Cards at the campus entrance.
- Admission for registered participants will start 30 minutes before the event. Please reserve ample time for registration at the University entrance (if necessary).
- In the interest of public health, all participants must wear surgical masks throughout the event and undergo body temperature screening before entering the venue. Those with body temperature of 37.5°C or above will not be allowed to attend the event.
- Hand sanitiser will be provided at the venue entrance for participants.
- Walk-in registration is not available.