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1st AEARU Symposium on the Culture of Chinese Characters
(The 17th Kyoto University International Symposium)

京都大学

Sponsors
Association of East Asian Research Universities (AEARU)
日本漢字能力検定協会
京都大学教育研究振興財団

Date : December15 (Thu)-16 (Fri), 2011
Venue : Kyoto University
Clock Tower Centennial Hall

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Course Contents

24 - Prof. Yulai ZHANG, Nanjing University, China

24 - The Increasing Interest in Chinese Characters in Japan Prof. Hiroyuki SASAHARA(Waseda University, Japan; Councilor, The Japan Kanji Aptitude Testing Foundation (JKATF))

24 - Closing Speech Prof. Akihiko AKAMATSU(Excutive Vice-President for Student Affairs, Kyoto University)

24 - Prof. Shaodang YAN, Peking University, China

24 - ビデオ

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24 - Welcome Address

24 - Panel Discussion

24 - The Vital Role Played by Chinese Characters in East Asia Mr. Yuji MIYAMOTO(Chairman of Miyamoto Institute of Asian Research; Adviser of MOFA; Former Japanese Ambassador to China; Visiting Professor, The University of Tokyo; Board Member, The Japan Kanji A

24 - Opening / Welcome Address

24 - Modern Westernization and the Culture of Chinese Characters The Foundation of East Asian Culture

24 - Chinese Characters and their Cultural Influence

24 - The Standardization of Japanese Kanji

24 - 关于汉字改革的若干问题 / Some Issues on Kaji(漢字) Reform in China Prof. Yang SHEN(Peking University, China)

24 - The Introduction of Chinese Characters into Korea The Role of the Lelang Commander

24 - The Chinese Writing System in its Formative Stage New Discoveries, New Researches, New Horizons

24 - Standardization of Chinese Characters for Computer Use in Hong Kong

24 - Modernization and Traditional Culture Focusing on Translation

24 - Galileo’s Journey to the East: His works and Instruments in the World of Chinese Characters

24 - Modern Medicine and Usage of Chinese Characters in Japan

24 - Western Understanding of Chinese Characters: the case of Matteo Ricci’s Xiguojifa 西國記法

24 - Should we keep local languages and Chinese characters in top sciences A case of astrophysics

24 - Hidden Chinese Characters and Communication among Chinese Character-based Language Users

24 - Technical Term Translation