This policy brief session convened by the Fudan Centre, NIAS and the Nordic Council of Ministers, featured two leading experts on China and its international relations. It offered a rare insight into China’s new foreign policy thinking and the synergies between China and the Nordic region.
On 19 March 2018, the Fudan Centre hosted a delegation from Zhongshan Hospital of Fudan University. The delegation was led by Professor Gu Jianying 顾建英, Vice-President of Zhongshan Hospital.
Fudan University will hold the Youth Innovation Competition on Global Governance (YICGG 2018) this summer from July 15th to July 20th in Chongming, Shanghai, China.
From February 12-16, the Fudan-European Centre for China Studies along with NIAS – Nordic Institute of Asian Studies and Nansen Academy co-arranged the 2018 Understanding Asia course, which took place at Nansen Academy in Lillehammer, Norway. Held annually since 2013, the course features five days of lectures and activities to provide participants with a deeper understanding of the cultural, political, and economic elements shaping today’s Asia.
How was - and is - Christianity translated to fit into China? And how does religious practices in a rural township in Hebei Province imagine the state imagined as a provider of cosmic order? These were some of the questions we dug into during the seminar 'Comparative perspectives on the transformation of religious space in China'.
This call for papers is addressed to PhD students and scholars working with gender perspectives and gender equality issues in relation to Nordic welfare policies and practices, as well as in relation to Nordic entrepreneurship and business.
The conference theme “China and the World: Development · Governance · Security” is broadly construed to include quantitative, data-driven studies and qualitative studies from all social science disciplines.PhD students up to associate professors under the age of 45 may apply. The conference will take place May 24-25, 2018 at Fudan University.
The conference theme “China and the World: Development · Governance · Security” is broadly construed to include quantitative, data-driven studies and qualitative studies from all social science disciplines.
Fudan Fellow Program welcomes excellent scholars around the world to Shanghai for on-campus academic interaction with Fudan community. Fudan Fellows are invited to engage his or her on-going researches in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, technology and engineering, life sciences and medical sciences in Shanghai China. Deadline for application: 14 January 2018.
On 11 December 2017, the Fudan-European Centre in collaboration with NIAS-Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, the University of Copenhagen and the Embassy of the People's Republic of China in the Kingdom of Denmark was proud to host a delegation of central political figures from the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Chunrong Liu, Executive Vice Director of the Fudan Centre, has published an article on the new logic of China's global influence in the think tank Friends of Europe. Click here to read the full article.