[Blueboard] ACAS Workshop

Ateneo Center for Asian Studies acas at admu.edu.ph
Wed Feb 11 13:15:47 PHT 2009


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THE ATENEO CENTER FOR ASIAN STUDIES (ACAS) cordially invites you to a workshop 
on Chinese Immigration to the Philippines, Japanese and Korean Philosophies, 
and Source Materials on Asian Studies in Japan and the Philippines.

Please send your reply to acas at admu.edu.ph on or before February 25. In your 
reply, let us know if you are coming only to the morning session, only to the 
afternoon session, or to both sessions. Regardless of which session(s) you are 
attending, you are invited to lunch. Please let us know too, if you are 
accepting the lunch invitation. Thank you very much.
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A WORKSHOP ON CHINESE IMMIGRATION TO THE PHILIPPINES, JAPANESE AND KOREAN 
PHILOSOPHIES, AND SOURCE MATERIALS FOR ASIAN STUDIES IN JAPAN AND THE 
PHILIPPINES
11 March 2009, 9:30 to 3:50, Ricardo Leong Center for Chinese Studies 
Conference Hall, Second Floor, Ricardo and Dr. Rosita Leong Hall

9:30-9:40 - Introduction to the workshop, explanation of the proceedings, 
introduction of the morning speakers by Kishi Toshihiko and Lydia N. Yu-Jose

9:40-10:00 - Sugaya Nariko (Ehime University), “Spain’s Chinese Policy in the 
Early Modern Philippines”

10:00-10:20 - Comments by Francis A. Gealogo (Ateneo de Manila University)

10:20-10:40 - Q and A

10:40-11:00 - Kim Bongjin (University of Kitakyushu), “Reception and Change of 
the Idea of ‘Right(s)’ in Nishi Amane: Comparison with of Yu Kilchun”

11:00-11:20 - Anton Luis C. Sevilla (Ateneo de Manila University), “An Analysis 
of Dogen’s Buddha – Nature as an Ethical Ought”

11:20-11:40 - Q and A

11:40-1:20 - Lunch Break

1:20-1:30 - Introduction of the afternoon speakers by an ACAS BOD member

1:30-1:50 - Chen Laixing (University of Hyogo), “A Comparative Perspective of 
the Overseas Chinese Societies in the Pacific Rim Regions after the 19th 
Century”

1:50-2:10 - Comments by Ellen H. Palance (Ateneo de Manila University)

2:10-2:30 - Q and A

2:30-2:50 - Kishi Toshihiko (Kanagawa University), “Source Material 
Digitalization and Chinese Studies in Japan”

2:50-3:10 - Lourdes T. David (Ateneo de Manila University), “Comparative 
Analysis of the Asian Collections of Two Philippine Libraries for Selected 
Countries in Asia”

3:10-3:30 - Q and A

3:30-3:50 - Summation/Conclusion

Please visit the ACAS website (http://ateneo.edu/offices/acas/) or google 
Ateneo Center for Asian Studies for paper abstracts.




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