Seminar

In collaboration with East Asian Studies at the University of Leeds, we’re delighted to welcome Professor Perry Link to Leeds for this lecture on politics and contemporary Chinese literature. Professor Link is Chancellorial Chair for Innovation in Teaching Across Disciplines at the University of California, Riverside, and Emeritus Professor of East Asian Languages at Princeton…
Following on from our symposium in September on Non-Han fiction and film in China, we welcome three scholars  to discuss their work on Tibetan literature and cultural heritage. The event will consist of two talks, followed by a round-table discussion from 3.30, with refreshments to follow. This event will have a special focus on the work…
We’re looking forward to welcoming authors Lijia Zhang and Yan Ge for this event focusing on fiction and gender in China. The event will feature talks, readings, and discussion. Lijia Zhang is a writer, journalist, and public speaker. Her book Socialism is Great! A Worker’s Memoir of the New China is published by Atlas & Co. and…
In partnership with the Mandarin Teachers Network based at the Confucius Institute of the Institute of Education, London, we are developing a network of teaching ambassadors and tailored teaching materials to suit the various secondary school curricula. This April we will be holding a special residential weekend for our teaching ambassadors, focusing on ways of incorporating…
Looking for a guide to the art of deception? Then join us for a foray into classical Chinese fiction, courtesy of Professor Christopher Rea, from the University of British Columbia. For this lunchtime seminar, coffee and tea will be provided, and please feel free to bring along your lunch! Why do collections of swindle stories…