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Programme of Opening Ceremony and Symposium on Malaysia and Sino-Malaysian Relations
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List of Participants

 

(In Alphabetical order of countries and regions)

 

Australia

 

Hal Hill

Convenor, Division of Economics

Research School of Asia- Pacific Studies Coombs Building

Australian National University - Canberra, ACT, 0200, Australia.

Tel. (61-2) 61253095 Fax: (61-2) 61253700

E-mail: hal.hill@anu.edu.au

 

China

 

Cao Yunhua

Director, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Jinan University

Guangzhou, China

Tel. 86-20-8522 0292, Fax: 86-20-8522 6122

E-mail: tcyh@jnu.edu.cn

 

Chen Wuyuan

Managing Department of Social Sciences, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2182213

 

Han Feng

Deputy Director, Institute of Asia-Pacific Studies, China Academy of Social Sciences

3 Zhangzizhong Lu, Beijing 100007, China

Tel. (8610)6403-9039 Fax: (8610)6406-3041

E-mail: hanfeng@cass.org.cn

 

He Shengda

Deputy Director, Yunnan Academy of Social Sciences

Tel. 86-871-4142248, 86-871-4113533

Fax: 86-871-4142394

E-mail: yassof@public.km.yn.cn

 

Li Yiping

Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2183609

E-mail: ypli@xmu.edu.cn

 

 

Liang Zhiming

Department of History, Peking University

Tel. 86-10-62751118 Fax: 86-10-62751650

E-mail: liangzhm@sina.com

 

Liao Dake

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2181316

E-mail: liaodake@263.net

 

Liao Shaolian

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2063559

E-mail: slliao@xmu.edu.cn

 

Lin Mei

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-5892578

 

Nie Dening

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2063922

E-mail: dnnie@263.net

 

Pan Yining

Department of History, Zhongshan University

Guangzhou, China

E-mail: hsspyn@zsu.edu.cn

 

Shen Hongfang

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2182339

 

Shi Xueqin

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-5916360

 

 

Wang Qin

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2180227

 

Wang Xu

Managing Department of Social Sciences, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2187336

 

Wu Chongbo

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-5916981

 

Wu Zongyu

Director, China Malay Study Center, Beijing Foreign Studies University

Beijing 100089, China

Tel. 130 110 35309, 86-10-68916837, 86-10-68917041

E-mail: wuzongyu@public.bta.net.cn

 

Yu Dingbang

Department of History, Zhongshan University

Guangzhou, China

Tel. 86-20-84113275, 86-20-84037961

E-mail: hsydb@zsu.edu.cn

 

Yu Xiangdong

Institute of Vietnam Studies

Zhengzhou University

Tel. 86-371-77043691

 

Zhai Kun

Dean, Division for Southeast Asian Studies

China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

A-2 Wanshousi, Haidian, Beijing 100081, China

Tel. 86-1—8854 7559 Fax: 86-1—6841 8641

E-mail: zhaikun@yahoo.com

 

Zhang Xizhen

Faculty of International Relations, Peking University

Beijing, China

Tel. 86-10-62756983, 86-10-62885439

Fax: 86-10-62751639

E-mail: xizhen@pku.edu.cn

 

Zhang Xu Dong

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2188018

 

Zhang Xuegang

Division for Southeast Asian Studies

China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations

A-2 Wanshousi, Haidian, Beijing 100081, China

Tel. 86-1—8854 7559 Fax: 86-1—6841 8641

 

Zhang Zuxing

Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Zhongshan University

Guangzhou, China

E-mail: zhangzux123@tom.com

 

Zhao Hong

Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-5916251

E-mail: zhaohong2001@hotmail.com

 

Zhuang Guotu

Director, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University

Xiamen, China

Tel. 86-592-2182837

E-mail: gtzhuang@jingxian.xmu.edu.cn

 

Hong Kong

 

Stephen Frost

Southeast Asian Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong,

Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China

E-mail: sefrost@cityu.edu.hk

 

Tiong Chong Wong

Southeast Asian Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong,

Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China

E-mail: setiong@cityu.edu.hk

 

Vivienne Wee

Associate Professor/Deputy Director

Southeast Asian Research Centre, City University of Hong Kong,

Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong SAR, China

E-mail: ssvwee@cityu.edu.hk

 

Japan

 

Chua Ser Koon

Formally Professor of Cu ltural and International Relations Tsuda University

Tokyo, Japan

 

Kiyokatsu Nishiguchi

DeanGraduate School of Economics, Ritsumeikan University

1-1 Nojihigashi, Kusatsu-City, Shiga-Prefecture, Japan 525-8577

E-mail: k-nishi@ec.ritsumei.ac.jp

 

Toh Lam Seng

Intercultural Communication

Ryukoku University Seta 520-2194, Japan

 

Malaysia

 

Hou Kok Chung

Dirctor, Institute of China Studies

Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences

University of Malaya 50603 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Tel: 6-03-7956 5633 Fax: 6-03-7956 5114

E-mail: houkc@um.edu.my

 

Larry Chee-Yoong Wong

Certre for China Studies

Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS)

No1, Pesiaran Sultan Salahuddin P.O. Box 12424

50778 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

E-mail: larry@isis.org.my

 

Mohd Kamarulnizam Abdullah

Strategic Studies and International Relations

School of History, Politics and Strategic Studies

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, 43600 Bangi Malaysia

Tel: 603-89213646 Fax: 603-89213290

E-mail: nizam@pkrisc.cc.ukm.my

 

Rujhan Mustafa

Associate Professor/ Deputy Dean

Faculty of Economics and Business, University Malaysia

Sarawak, 94300 Kota Samarahan, Sarawak. Malaysia

Tel: +60 82 671000 ext 320

Fax: +60 82 671794

E-mail: mrujhan@feb.unimas.my

 

Tham Siew Yean

Deputy Director

Institute of Malaysian and International Studies (IKMAS)

Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM)

43600 UKM Bangi Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

Tel: +603-89214171 Fax: +603-89261022

E-mail: tham@pkrisc.cc.ukm.my

 

Netherlands

 

Leonard Blussé

Historical Institute / IGEERUniversity of Leiden

Doelensteeg 16P.O. Box 9515, 2300 RA , LeidenThe Netherlands

E-mail: vblus@chello.nl

 

Philippines

 

Rommel Capudoy Banlaoi

Department of Academic Affairs,

National Defense College of the Philippines

Camp General Emilio Aguinaldo

Quezon City 1100 Philippines

Fax: 632- 9119029

E-mail: rbanlaoi@hotmail.com

 

Singapore

 

Shee Poon Kim

Faculty of Political Science, National University of Singapore,

157-S Jalan Loyang BesarSingapore 509399

E-mail: pkshee@hotmail.com

 

Taiwan

 

Ku Hung-Ting

Centre for General Education, Tunghai University

Taichung, Taiwan

Tel: 886-4-23590121 x. 3070(office); 3080 (office)

Fax: 886-4-23599209

 

 

United Kingdom

 

Gordon Cheung

School of Government & International Affairs, University of Durham

Room 207, The Al-Qasimi Building

Elvet Hill Road

Durham DH1 3TU

United Kingdom

E-mail: g.c.k.cheung@durham.ac.uk

 

United States

 

Eric Tagliacozzo

Department of History

Cornell University

450 McGraw Hall

Ithaca, NY 14853, USA

Tel. (607) 254-6564

E-mail: et54@cornell.edu

 

 

 

Programme

 

 

April 5, Tuesday Arrivals in Yifu Hotel, Xiamen University

.

6:30 p.m. Welcome Dinner in Yifu Hotel

 

April 6, Wednesday

 

9:00 – 10:00 Visits to Institute of Malaysian Studies and Research School of Southeast Asian Studies (leaving Yifu Hotel at 8:50 a.m.)

 

10:00 – 11:50 Opening Ceremony of Institute of Malaysian Studies and International

Symposium on Malaysia and Sino-Malaysian Relations

(Rm. 215, Jiageng Building)

Chair: Zhuang Guotu, Xiamen University

Opening remarks by Prof. Zhu Chongshi, President of Xiamen University

Speech by Dato Professor Hashim Yaacob

Vice-Chancellor, University of Malaya

Unveiling of the Plague

Keynote speeches:

Liao Shaolian (Xiamen University):

Sino-Malaysian Economic Relations: Retrospect and Prospects

Mohd Kamarulnizam Abdullah (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)

Piracy and Security in the Straits of Malacca

Hal Hill (National University of Australia):

Malaysian Economic Development in Comparative Southeast Asian Perspective

 

11:50 Group Photo

 

Noon Lunch in Yifu Hotel

 

14:00 – 15:30 Session I History and Culture

(Rm. 215, Jiageng Building)

Chair: Hou Kok Chung (University of Malaya)

Eric Tagliacozzo (Cornell University):

Onto the Coasts and into the Forest: Ramifications of the China Trade on the Ecological History of Malaysian Borneo, 900-1900 CE.

Blusse (University of Leiden):

Piracy and Changes of Regime in Island Southeast Asia, 1780-1830

Vivienne Wee & Tiong Chong Wong (City University of Hong Kong):

Positioning Strategies of Malaysians in Johor Baru vis-à-vis Singapore

Vivienne Wee (City University of Hong Kong):

Malay and Melayu: Overlapping Configurations of Identity and Territory in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia and beyond

 

15:30 – 15:45 Tea Break

 

15:45 – 17:15 Session II Economic & Social Development

Chair: Blusse (University of Leiden)

Zhao Hong (Xiamen University):

A Study of Political Finance in Malaysia

Rujhan Mustafa (University Malaysia Sarawak):

The Impact of the Rise of China and Regional Economic Integration:

A Malaysian Perspective

Tham Siew-Yean (The National University of Malaysia):

The Economic Rise of China and Its Implications on Industrial Development in Malaysia

Stephen Frost and Mary Ho (City University of Hong Kong):

Moving to Malaysia: Chinese Companies Investing Abroad

Dinner in Yifu Hotel

 

Thursday, April 7

 

9:00 – 11:30 Concurrent Session III Culture, History & Bilateral Relations

(Rm 1036, Jiageng Building)

Chair: Zhuang Guotu (Xiamen University)

Hou Kok Chung :

Mahua Writers: Localization, Nationality and Cultural Identity

Ku Hungting (Tunghai University):

Chinese Secondary Education on the Eve of the Independence of Malaya

Zhang Zuxing (Zhongshan University):

British Motives for the Separation of Singapore From the Straits Settlements

Wu Zongyu (Beijing Foreign Studies University):

Sino-Malaysian Friendly Relations

Liang Zhiming (Peking University):

Bandung Spirits and Sino-Malaysian Relations

 

9:00 – 10:15 Concurrent Session IV Sino-Malaysian Relations

(Rm. 215, Jiageng Building)

Chair: Liao Shaolian (Xiamen Univeristy)

Shee Poon Kim (National University of Singapore):

Malaysia’s Policies Toward China: from Non-recognition to Rapprochement and Economic Cooperation

Pan Yi-ning (Zhongshan University):

China-Malaysian Relationship: Malaysia's Security Perception of Rising China

ZHAI Kun (China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations):

Soft Power: New Cooperation Dimension in Sino-Malaysian Relations

 

10:15 – 10:30 Tea Break

 

10:30 – 11:45 Concurrent Session V Sino-Malaysian Relations and Regional

Cooperation

(Rm. 215, Jiageng Building)

Chair: Hal Hill (National University of Australia)

Han Feng (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences):

The Sino-Malaysian Relations and Its Background

Rommel Capudoy Banlaoi (National Defense College of the Philippines):

Security Aspects of Sino-Malaysian Relations: A Philippine Perspective

Kiyokatsu NishiguchiRitsumeikan University:

Regional Economic Cooperation in Post-Crisis East Asia and

New Strategies of ASEAN

11:50 – 12:15 Plenary Session (Rm. 215, Jiageng Building)

Closing remarks: Liao Shaolian (Xiamen University)

Noon Lunch in Yifu Hotel

 

Afternoon Optional Tour to Gulangyu Island

14:30 Bus to pier and ferry crossing to Gulangyu Island.

17:30 Bus leaving the ferry for Xiamen University campus

Dinner in South Puto Temple

 

Friday, April 8 Tour to Quanzhou

 

8:30 Departure from Yifu Hotel

Noon Lunch in Quanzhou

Afternoon Returning to Xiamen

 

Saturday, April 9 Departures from Xiamen

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