The LEWI International Conference 2015

"The Chinese Catholic Church: Regional and Local Studies, Late Qing-Present" And “A Roundtable to Commemorate the 60th Anniversary of Teilhard de Chardin’s Death”
Date: 4-5 June 2015

International Conference on Environment, Health, and Media, Hong Kong, 2015

Environment and health are two major issues that affect our well-being. In recent decades, educators, communicators, policy makers, and public health professionals have increasingly recognized the powerful role of the media in our understanding and decision making about environment and health. It shapes us about which environmental issues are important, what kinds of products and services will improve our environment and health status, and which policies will be able to solve environment and health problems. The proposed conference will advance our research frontier on the interplay of media, environment and health choices.

The LEWI Conference on Mobility & Communities:Socio-Spatial Transformations in Chinese Cities

Date: 29-30 November 2013

Cities in China are undergoing phenomenal changes, whether in terms of a given city’s relationships with other cities, both domestic and international, and with its hinterlands, or in terms of the city’s socio-demographic mix, spatial configuration and composition, and governance structure. The conference aims to provide updated and sophisticated analyses on various aspects of China’s unprecedented urban transformation and spatial change.

Distinguished Lecture

Navigating a World of Change:Asia-Pacific Regional Architecture for the 21st Century
Speaker:Dr. Charles E. Morrison President,
                  East-West Center
Date:1st December 2011 (Thursday)
Time:7:00PM - 8:30PM
Venue:WLB 109, The Wing Lung Bank Building for Business Studies, Hong Kong Baptist University

Cross-cultural Studies

10-Day tour of Rome (3-12 December 2011)

Public Lecture on Cross-Cultural Studies

The History of Marian Devotion in China (November 25)

Speaker: Dr. Jean-Paul Wiest

Senior Researcher, The Beijing Center for Chinese Studies, Beijing

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