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The Research Team’s February Study Seminar on “The Shaping of Modern China through the Ethnic Minorities” ──The Speech of Professor Ming-Ke Wang
2014-01-06
The group of “The Shaping of Modern China through the Ethnic Minorities” invited Professor Ming-Ke Wang, Research Fellow, Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica, to deliver a speech on “Margins of Huaxia(China) and Its Reformation in Modern Time” and to discuss with the group members.

 Date:13th February 2011 
Time: 14:00-17:00
Avenue: Conference Room in the 2nd Floor of Center for 
Humanities Research, Social Science Information Center, NCCU

Schedule and Outline:
1. President’s Speech
2. Professor Ming-Ke Wang’s speech on “Margins of 
Huaxia(China) and Its Reformation in Modern Time”
i. The Formation of Margins of Huaxi
ii. The Diversity of Margins of Huaxi
iii. Modern Development of Margins of Huaxi (The Shaping 
of Ethnic Minorities)
iv. The Microcosmic Process of Margins of Huaxi’s 
Reformation 
v. A Few Points of Discussion on Theories and Reality
1. What is the essence of ethnics? Do they form in 
modern time?
2. How should we think and concern about the issue of 
China’s Ethnic Minorities
3. Group Discussion
4. The End of the Meeting

 

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