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Newsletter january 2018 no 93

pictures of chinese female students studying in xi an city chinaTo invest, the chinese government is animated in its business since 1991, under the “go out policy” (走出去战略) abroad and to import technical know-how. the world bank estimates that chinese direct investment abroad in 2013 to 73 billion us dollars for 2016 to 217 billion u.s. dollars. the rise of china as a global economic power has led in the west to a discussion that sometimes the fear of the “yellow peril” of the late 19th century. a century remembered.

By niklas gerberding

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四川人: cheng qixiang 程其襄, cheng qiying 程其英 and wei siluan 魏嗣銮 in germany

Sichuanren came three well-known and closely related sichuanren at the beginning of the 20th century. century to germany to study. what similarities connect also told dr. thomas kampen in this article.

By dr. thomas kampen

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London – beijing – east berlin:  the journalist alan winnington  (1910-1983)

Shortly after the berlin wall came down, acquired dr. kampen is one of the last in the gdr published books: from london to beijing – memories 1914-1960. author of the work of the british journalist alan winnington, who lived from 1960 until his death in 1983 in east-berlin.

By dr. thomas kampen.

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Sinology in the profession

At 9. november 2017 was once again held an event in the lecture series “chinese studies in the profession”. this time, the students had the opportunity to get insights into the professional lives of three heidelberg alumni of the chinese studies. to the guest andrea warlies, oliver tanner, and victoria tanner.

By franziska dreher

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Xi jinping, the 19. congress of the communist party of china, and the 18 in front of it

Of the 19. congress of the communist party of china is over, and the first plenum of the new central committee is survived. xi jinping 习近平 is still party leader and member of the standing committee of the politburo. a brief overview of the history of this tradition, dr. thomas kampen.

By dr. thomas kampen.

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Interview with lektor language: chien juo-ping, yang lan, and lu zhinan

Three new lecturer said interior face: chien laoshi from taiwan, yang laoshi from shanghai, lu laoshi from beijing to tell the special story of their names, home towns, and share your secret tips for chinese learners.

From marjolijn kaiser, daniel fleck, and stanley setiawan.

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Winners of the photo contest in 2017

We are pleased to announce the winning photos of the boa-shan e. v.-photo competition, and congratulations to the photographers and photographers are welcome to your win!

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Events

2019

  • pictures of chinese female students studying in xi an city chinaHistorical Narration and Everday Writing in the Poems of Ling-yuProf. Dr. Shuling Hong, National Taiwan University, The Department of Chinese Literature

    Thursday, 16.05.2019

  • semester opening Sinology
    Tuesday, 16.04.2019
  • Xi shuai (Cricket) and Its consequences prof. Dr. Martin Kern, Princeton University, Department of East Asian Studies

    Monday, 25.02.2019

  • A perception revolution? Prof. Dr. Ingrid Gilcher Holtey, University of Bielefeld, faculty of history, philosophy and theology

    Thursday, 07.02.2019

  • Liu Binyan and Chinese Reportage Literature, Perry Link & Barbara Mittler

    Wednesday, 06.02.2019

  • (Practical) Introduction to Inner Mongolia, Dr. Merle darling, University of Leipzig, Institute of East Asian studies Institute

    Thursday, 24.01.2019

  • 1968: And what happened in China? Prof. Dr. Susanne Weigelin-Schwiedrzik, University of Vienna, Institute for East Asian studies

    Thursday, 17.01.2019

  • Long movie night in the Karlstor cinema
    Wednesday, 16.01.2019
  • The cultural revolution in the Film and in the music
    Saturday, 12.01.2019
  • film screening: “The Day of Reckoning/day of reckoning”, Xu Xing (2018), 62 min filmmaker Xu Xing and Lorenz Bichler (Institute of Sinology, Heidelberg, Germany)

    Thursday, 10.01.2019

  • Roundtable: 1968 in Heidelberg, Heidelberg 1968 – a HCST-the talk of the town, Michael Buselmeier, Rudolf Wagner, Claus Koch and Klaus Staeck

    Thursday, 10.01.2019

  • Shunkouliu ‘Slippery Jingles’: Taking the Pulse of Popular Chinese Thought in the 1990s, Perry Link & Barbara Mittler

    Wednesday, 09.01.2019

  • film day in the Karlstor cinema
    Wednesday, 09.01.2019
  • 2018

  • pictures of chinese female students studying in xi an city chinaArchaeology in Manchuria: Dajinshan, a riverbank Bronze Age site in the Dongliao River Valley Dr. Pauline Sebillaud, Jilin University (China), Department of Archaeology

    Tuesday, 18.12.2018

  • Does Science Imply for Human Rights? Answers from Fang Lizhi, Astrophysicist and Dissident, Perry Link & Barbara Mittler

    Thursday, 13.12.2018

  • Presentation of the China section of cross Asia Dr. Miriam Seeger (State Library Berlin)

    Thursday, 13.12.2018

  • Baijiu to the World! Mattias Heger

    Wednesday, 12.12.2018

  • Caucasian “Biznes” between Tbilisi and Beijing, Dr. Susanne Fehlings, Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main, Institute for Ethnology

    Wednesday, 12.12.2018

  • Visual images of Russia and the West in China (1950s – 1970s) Prof. Dr. Nikolay Samoylov, St. Petersburg State University, Department of Theory of Social Development of Asian and African Countries

    Thursday, 06.12.2018

  • Varieties of Capitalism and Practices of Ideas: The case of South Korea Prof. Taeyoung Yoo (College of Business, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea)

    Thursday, 04.12.2018

  • film screening: “Une Jeunesse Allemande,” Jean-Gabriel Périot (2015) 93 min
    Thursday, 29.11.2018
  • As we remember 1968? Prof. Dr. Philipp Gassert, University of Mannheim, Institute of history

    Thursday, 29.11.2018

  • film night at the Karlstor cinema, with the film Xu Xing and Hu Jie
    Wednesday, 28.11.2018
  • Trends in Chinese NGOs, Philanthropy and Civil Society grandma Lee, Winner of the 2018 Young China Watcher-of-the-Year Award

    Thursday-makers, 22.11.2018

  • Recalibrating Culture – Reconfiguring the (Trans-)Cultural
    Thursday, 22.11.2018
  • Marx, Mao, and the ‘ 68 Gerd Koenen, Frankfurt

    Wednesday, 21.11.2018

  • Workshop: The inter-materiality of World Literature: Author of the Museum as sites of Hero Worship
    Wednesday, 21.11.2018
  • salon lecture: Wartime Everydayness Prof. Hans van de Ven, University of Cambridge (UK), Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

    Thursday, 15.11.2018

  • Trends in Chinese NGOs, Philanthropy and Civil Society grandma Lee, Winner of the 2018 Young China Watcher-of-the-Year Award

    Monday, 19.11.2018

  • From a Naughty Boy on Stalin Avenue to a Martyred Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize Perry Link

    Wednesday, 14.11.2018

  • “Like a stone disappear in the sea….” Yuji Takahashi –

    Saturday, 10.11.2018

  • Evening Chats in Heidelberg, Perry Link

    Wednesday, 14.11.2018

  • 1968 and the whole world Barbara point of view, man, Berlin

    Wednesday, 07.11.2018

  • Toward a Global History of Chinese Medicine Dr. Natalie Köhle, Australian National University, The Australian Centre on China in the World

    Tuesday, 06.11.2018

  • film day in the Karlstor cinema: “How Yu Gong moved mountains” (Joris Ivens 1976) assy. 725 min
    Sunday, 04.11.2018
  • Mao for West Germans: Lisa Niebanks “Translations” Mascha Jacoby, Hamburg, Germany

    Wednesday, 31.10.2018

  • film screening: “Après mai” by Olivier Assayas (2012) 122 min.
    Thursday, 25.10.2018
  • Illusions and disillusionment of French intellectuals, Gisèle Sapiro, Paris

    Thursday, 25.10.2018

  • film screening: “Viva Maria” Louis Malle (1965) 118 min
    Wednesday, 24.10.2018
  • The Maoist China as a part of revolution cycles of the “3.World,“ Felix Wemheuer, Cologne

    Wednesday, 24.10.2018

  • Illusory Moons, Turbid Waters, Dr. Jakub Zamorski, University of Krakow, the Centre for Comparative Studies of Civilisations

    Tuesday, 23.10.2018

  • Sinology: freshers ‘ reception and tour of the city
    Friday, 12.10.2018
  • film screening: “Loin du Vietnam”, Joris Ivens, et al. (1967) 115 min
    Thursday, 11.10.2018
  • The role of the cultural revolution in the 1968 movement, by Wolfgang Kraushaar, Hamburg, Germany

    Thursday, 11.10.2018

  • film screening: “La Chinoise” by Jean Luc Godard (1967) 93 min.
    Wednesday, 10.10.2018
  • the struggle for visibility: The visual media of China in the cultural revolution, Bernd Spyra, Hamburg, Germany

    Wednesday, 10.10.2018

  • La Chinoise. Maoism as a projection surface Claus Leggewie (Essen)

    Wednesday, 26.09.2018

  • 50 years of the Mao-Bible: origins, content, and (global) influence of Daniel Leese (Freiburg)

    Thursday, 20.09.2018

  • The memory in Spite of! If China still believes in Mao? Barbara Mittler (Heidelberg)

    Thursday, 13.09.2018

  • From the Talk and Silence: opening concert
    Sunday, 09.09.2018
  • Will the (Disciplinary) Twain Ever Meet? Thinking Sex East and West, Paola Zamperini, Northwestern University, Department of Asian Languages and Cultures

    Wednesday, 25.07.2018

  • the role of The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB) in the context of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Nikolai Putscher, the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB), the Board of Directors

    Monday, 23.07.2018

  • Challenges of Administering the Qin Empire Prof. Robin D. S. Yates, McGill University, History and Classical Studies

    Friday, 20.07.2018

  • Mao and the water: metaphors of sovereignty and Power, Prof. Dr. Barbara Mittler, University of Heidelberg, Institute for Sinology

    Wednesday, 18.07.2018

  • Songs to Encourage the Cessation of Litigation, Joseph Dennis, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of History,

    Tuesday, 17.07.2018

  • film series Kevin Lee Kevin Lee

    Tuesday, 17.07.2018

  • Indigenous Cultural Identities and Practices in Higher Education Tien-tai Wu, Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, Ethnic Relations and Cultures

    Thursday, 12.07.2018

  • Food, Ethnicity and Cultural Identity, Joyce Yeh. Dong Hwa University, Taiwan, Sociology

    Thursday, 05.07.2018

  • Men Created Religion, Women Made it Superstitious Prof. Dr. Elena Valussi, Loyola University Chicago, History Department

    Wednesday, 04.07.2018

  • Museums and Memorials of the Mao Era ACE. Prof. Jie Li (Harvard University)

    Wednesday, 04.07.2018

  • Bitcoin, crypto currencies, Blockchain in China: Is Kai von Carnap

    Wednesday, 28.06.2018

  • Sinology in the profession: career evening with Johann Platt, product Manager at BSH home appliances GmbH Johann Platt, product Manager at BSH home appliances GmbH

    Wednesday, 27.06.2018

  • archaeology and environment in Xinjiang Jeanette Werning, University of Heidelberg, Institute for Sinology

    Wednesday, 20.06.2018

  • Seeing through madness: insanity, media and visual culture Prof. Dr. William John Thomas Mitchell, University of Chicago, Department of English Language and Literature

    Friday, 15.06.2018

  • application training for Sinologists
    Saturday, 09.06.2018
  • Masked Dolls and Wedding in Autumn Shih Chiung-Yu

    Thursday, 07.06.2018

  • Chinese Exceptionalism: A Research Agenda Prof. Liu Kang, Duke University, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

    Wednesday, 06.06.2018

  • The Interaction Between the Indigenous Music and the Media in Contemporary Taiwan Lin, Guo-Ting (Media Studies, Westminster, London)

    Wednesday, 30.05.2018

  • China’s 360-degree Information Control: an update Prof. Fu King-wa, University of Hong Kong, Journalism and Media Studies Centre

    Monday, 28.05.2018

  • Sinology in the profession: career evening with Hannes Jedeck, Confucius Institute Hannes Jedeck, Confucius Institute

    Wednesday, 23.05.2018

  • Heidelberg-HKBU postgraduate conference
    Wednesday, 23.05.2018
  • Gender, Religion, and Nationalism in Republican China, Prof. Elena Valussi, Loyola University of Chicago

    Monday, 14.05.2018

  • Of Trees, a Son, and Kingship – Recovering an Ancient Chinese Dream Prof. Edward L. Shaughnessy, University of Chicago, East Asian Languages and Civilizations

    Monday, 14.05.2018

  • Symposium: Messiah-Zarathustra-Laozi Buddha: prophecy and Messiah-figures in a global context Barbara Mittler, et al.

    Saturday, 12.05.2018

  • semester opening: Institute for Chinese studies
    Tuesday, 17.04.2018
  • magic flute in the East and the West
    Friday, 16.02.2018
  • to 100 years, the red October, Barbara Mittler

    Wednesday, 07.02.2018

  • film screening: “Nanking” Prof. Dr. Thomas Rabe

    Wednesday, 31.01.2018

  • opening of the exhibition and lecture: “John Rabe – The good man of Nanjing” Prof. Dr. Thomas Rabe

    Wednesday, 24.01.2018

  • Defining ‘China’ in the Empire-to-Nation Transition in Joseph W. Esherick, Professor Emeritus, University of California

    Thursday, 18.01.2018

  • HCST-the talk of the town in the Karlstor cinema Dr Andrea noble, Prof. Dr. Anja Senz, Prof. Dr. Barbara Mittler, Prof. Dr. Hans Martin Krämer, Prof. Dr. Thomas Rabe

    Wednesday, 17.01.2018

  • Newsletter december 2016 no 89

    pictures of chinese female students studying in xi an city chinaChina also, the two czech, german journalist egon erwin kisch – drew still known today as a “roving reporter” – and otto heller. a report by dr. thomas kampen.

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    Far meyer and wu – a german-chinese couple in göttingen, moscow and shanghai,

    The fate of irene far, meyer and wu zhaogao shows the effects of the global political and ideological turmoil of the 20th century. century could have on the lives of individual people. dr. thomas kampen.

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    How to get a china, can be designed to exchange sustainable?

    The shan school team is also involved in the exchange between chinese and german schools, here, between mannheim and shanghai, as well as heidelberg, and danyang. a report of leah kunkel and emily graf.

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