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mei
6
vr
Ik Azië @ OBA (Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam)
mei 6 @ 11:18 – jul 3 @ 12:18
Ik Azië @ OBA (Openbare Bibliotheek Amsterdam)

Wat betekent Aziatisch zijn

ik Azië vertelt het verhaal van ‘Alle Aziaten lijken op elkaar’ langs de werken van het Armando Ello, Kevin Kwee, Ruijun Luong en Tetsuro Miyazaki. Het vertelt het verhaal over de Aziatische identiteit, over zelfontdekking, over bruggen slaan en over gezien worden.

“Het zijn allemaal Chinezen”. “Ze lijken ook zo op elkaar”. “Spleetogen”. Dit is vaak het beeld dat mensen hebben over Aziaten. Ook al is Azië groter en diverser dan China of dan Oost-Azië alleen. Toch domineren hardnekkige stereotypen de beeldvorming over Aziaten.

Hoe komt het dat alle Aziaten over een kam worden geschoren? Hoe is het dat stereotype beelden volhardend ons beeld vertroebelen? Welk effect heeft een gebrek aan representatie invloed gehad in het maakproces.

PAC presenteert de tentoonstelling Ik Azië. Verschillende makers die in hun persoonlijke zoektochten over hun Aziatische identiteit, gesprekken aangaan met verschillende Aziaten uit hun communities. Nederlandse en Belgische makers die ieder een reeks mensen portretteert om zo prachtige dialogen te starten over wie zij zijn, over de betekenis van identiteit, over het Aziatisch zijn. Tegelijk weten ze de kijker te verrijken met nieuwe perspectieven en een veelheid aan nieuwe gezichten.

jun
27
ma
De Grote China Kennisquiz @ Faculty Club Leiden
jun 27 @ 18:45 – 21:30
De Grote China Kennisquiz @ Faculty Club Leiden

Het is zover! Na lang wachten kunnen jullie voor de zevende keer een gooi doen naar de China Café wisselbeker! Ditmaal zal de kennisquiz plaatsvinden in juni, onder de vertrouwde en onderhoudende leiding van quizmasters Ed Sander van ChinaTalk en Fred Sengers van Blogaap.

Op maandag 27 juni wordt in de Faculty Club Leiden (in het Leidse Academiegebouw) in teamverband gestreden om de Grote China Quizbeker.  Wie mogen zich in het Jaar van de Tijger de grootste China-kenners van Nederland noemen?

Deelnemers betalen € 15,00 / Studenten betalen € 10,00. Hiervoor krijgt u toegang tot de quiz, en drie consumpties.

Let op! Het aantal plaatsen voor deze populaire bijeenkomst is beperkt. Afgelopen jaren hebben we een aantal teams teleur moeten stellen omdat we uitverkocht waren. Registreer je dus direct als individuele deelnemer of met een team!

jun
28
di
Chinese Influence and Networks among Firms and Business Elites in the Netherlands @ Spaansche Hof
jun 28 @ 17:00 – 19:00
Chinese Influence and Networks among Firms and Business Elites in the Netherlands @ Spaansche Hof

On June 28, dr. Frank Pieke, Professor Modern China Studies at Leiden University, and dr. Naná de Graaff, Associate Professor in International Relations, will present their research report “Chinese Influence and Networks among Firms and Business Elites in the Netherlands”.

 

Read the full report here

 

Location: Spaansche Hof
Address: Westeinde 12, 2512 HD Den Haag
Date: Tuesday, June 28
Time: 17:00-19:00
Moderator: Boudewijn Poldermans

jun
29
wo
The Art, Politics, and Economics of Solo Women Travellers to, through and from Taiwan @ Gravensteen Building
jun 29 @ 09:00 – 17:00

Travel might seem like a luxurious word. Something non-essential that conjures images of decadent relaxation in places far from one’s normal daily grind. However, one lesson the pandemic has taught us is how precious travel can be when we no longer have access to it. What do we lose when we cannot travel? And why can some people travel and not others? What are the economic, political, and artistic costs when narratives of travel are told by a limited group of people who have the privilege to both travel and then have their travel stories published and hence heard?

This workshop will consider the idea of travel specifically through the point of view of the solo female traveller to, from, and through Taiwan. Taiwan is an island nation that has seen its fair share of travellers to its land. While much scholarship has focused on travellers to Taiwan whose purpose was to explore, colonize, and rule Taiwan, what role have women played in narratives of travel to, from, and through Taiwan? This workshop will look at some famous and not so famous instances of the voices of Taiwan’s women travellers and how their travel narratives contribute to a more complex understanding of this small island nation of East Asia which is a critical player in the geopolitics of our world.

The workshop is convened by Professor Anne Sokolsky and organised by the International Institute for Asian Studies. The venue for the workshop is the Gravensteen Building, Leiden. Lunch (vegetarian sandwiches) will be available for all speakers and registered audience members.

Speakers

Destination Taiwan! Empire, Travel, and (Post)Colonial Encounters
Faye Yuan Kleeman, Professor Emerita, University of Colorado Boulder

“Wherever my voice carries, to whatever corner of the free world”: Women’s Voices and the Construction of a Travelling Soundscape of Ideology
Isabelle Cheng, Senior Lecturer, University of Portsmouth; Secretary General of the European Association of Taiwan Studies

The World of Women’s Travel as Presented in the Japanese Colonial Journal Taiwan Fujinkai 1934-1939
Anne Sokolsky, Chair of Taiwan Studies, International Institute for Asian Studies and Leiden University; Professor Emerita, Ohio Wesleyan University

Ten Thousand Books, Ten Thousand Miles
Cha-Hsuan Liu, Research Fellow, International Institute for Asian Studies

Programme

9:00-9:30 Welcome and registration
9:30-9:45 Opening by Anne Sokolsky
9:45-11:00 Speaker 1 – Faye Kleeman
11:00-11:15 Short break
11:15-12:30 Speaker 2 – Isabelle Cheng
12:30-13:45 Lunch (vegetarian sandwiches) for all speakers and registered audience members
13:45-15:00 Speaker 3 – Anne Sokolsky
15:00-15:30 Coffee break
15:30-16:45 Speaker 4 – Cha-Hsuan Liu
16:45-17:15 Discussion and wrap up

Registration

This workshop is in-person and free of charge. To register, please fill in the form on this webpage.

jul
6
wo
China’s Digital Future @ Humanity Hub
jul 6 @ 16:00 – 17:30
China's Digital Future @ Humanity Hub

China’s emergence as a force to be reckoned with in the digital realm has caused some concern in Western countries, on topics ranging from Chinese espionage and control over data flows to a possible invasion of Taiwan in order to capture semiconductor manufacturing facilities. To what extent are these concerns justified, and what is it we need to know about China’s digital technology capabilities to better assess the future of the digital realm? Join us for a panel conversation with three leading experts in the field, who will shed greater light on these important developments.

Speakers:

Jamie Horsley – The CAC: A Portrait of China’s Digital Regulator 

Jamie Horsley is a Visiting Lecturer in Law and Senior Fellow of the Paul Tsai China Center at Yale Law School.  Her project work and research revolve primarily around issues of administrative law, governance and regulatory reform, including promoting government transparency, public participation and government accountability.

Hunter Dorwart – China and Cross-Border Data Flows

Hunter Dorwart is a Policy Counsel for the Future of Privacy Forum’s Global Privacy team, where he analyzes new bills, laws and regulatory actions around the world with an impact on the digital economy, personal data and data flows. He has previously worked with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on global digital development issues as well as the Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA), a leading standard setting organization for the information communication technology industry.

John Lee – China & Semiconductor Industry

John is the director of East West Future. His analysis is informed by a sophisticated understanding of the political, business and security environments in the EU, Australia and East-Southeast Asia.  His research mostly focuses on China’s semiconductor-related industries and their global relations, China’s cyberspace governance and data regulatory regime, and future telecommunications networks and the Internet of Things.

The event is moderated by Rogier Creemers, Assistent Professor in Modern Chinese Studies at Leiden University and researcher at LeidenAsiaCentre, where he directs a project on China and global cybersecurity.

Note: this event will not be livestreamed. The panel discussion will take place in-person in the Humanity Hub in the Hague

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