[Blueboard] AdMU-UA&P Student conference (revised)

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies acas at admu.edu.ph
Tue Feb 17 10:01:00 PHT 2004


The Ateneo Centre for Asian Studies, the Japanese and Chinese Studies
Programs, and the Department of History of the Loyola Shools, in
cooperation with the Asia-Pacific Studies Program of the University of
Asia and the Pacific present:


The Ateneo de Manila University and University of Asia & the Pacific
1st Joint Student Conference on Asian Studies

"Diversity: Asia's Identity"

Wednesday, 18 February 2004
Social Sciences AVR

Ateneo de Manila University
Katipunan Road, Loyola Heights, Quezon City


Programme of Activities

8:00 -- 8:30 am		Registration		

8:30 -- 9:00am		Invocation
			
                        Welcome Address and Opening Remarks
	
		        Dr. Ellen Palanca, Ph.D.
			Director, Ateneo Centre for Asian Studies and     
                        Chinese Studies Program
			Ateneo de Manila University


Session 1: Issues and Challenges in Modern China 

9:00 -- 9:20 am		"The People's Republic of China: The Foreign Trade    
                        Regime"

			Eddie Abel Dorotan and Imelda Guinor Hagad
		        Ateneo de Manila University

9:20 -- 9:40 am		"Magnifying China's Capabilities"
				
                        Ma. Christina Araña and Angela Peña
		        University of Asia & the Pacific

9:40 -- 10:00 am	"The Underground Economy: China's Deficiency"

                        Yazmin Tolentino and Don Lee Ui
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

10:00 -- 10:20 am	"China's Industrial Pollution: Prospects and Problems 
                        in the Environment"

                        Catherine Candano
                        Ateneo de Manila University

10:20 -- 10:40 am	BREAK


Session 2: The Various Faces of Japanese Society

10:40 -- 11:00 am		TBA

                        Ma. Bienvenida Hipolito, Ma. Kathrina Maliwat and 

                        Jaynee -- Ann Victoria
			Ateneo de Manila University

11:00 -- 11:20 am	"Ethereal Japan: Shadows of Japanese Psyche and  
                         Society"

                        Christine Emily Dy
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

11:20 -- 11:40 am	"Akira Kurosawa as Reflected in 'Rashomon', 'Red 
                        Beard' and 'The Seven Samurai'"

                        Jan Vincent Ong
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

11:40 am -- 12:00 nn	"Exploring Filipino Foodways in Japan"

			Nota Magno
			Ateneo de Manila University

12:00 nn -- 1:30 pm	BREAK


Session 3: Southeast Asian Style Livelihoods

1:30 -- 1:50 pm	        "On the Variants of Vendors: Bangkok's Thriving
Sidecar
                        Trade"

        	        Mahar Abrera Mangahas
		        Ateneo de Manila University

1:50 -- 2:10 pm	        "HUAQIAO: The Role of Overseas Chinese in
Asserting 
                        China's Dominance in Southeast Asia"

                        Guiller Dwight Aguilar and Lexie Estacio
                        University of Asia & the Pacific

2:10 -- 2:30 pm		Conference Reaction

			Mr. Ramon-Carlo Galicia
			Asia-Pacific Studies Program
			University of Asia & the Pacific

			Closing Remarks

			Fr. Jose Cruz, S.J.
			Dean, School of Social Sciences
			Ateneo de Manila University


                        Awarding of Certificates of Participation to 
                        Conference Presenters


Master of Ceremonies: Mr. Karl Uy Cheng Chua
                      Ateneo de Manila University 





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