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The 10th International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" Postponed to Early December

The 10th International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" Postponed to Early December

The poster of the tenth International Young Scholars' Symposium on The poster of the tenth International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" (2020).(Chinesecs.cc)
ByLi Shiguang December 01, 2021
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Scheduled to be held in early December 2020, the tenth International Young Scholars' Symposium on "Christianity and Chinese Society and Culture" is postponed until December 6-8 this year due to COVID-19.

To be held in Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK), the symposium contains three public lectures, which will be open to all and broadcast live via zoom, according to the Chinese Christian Studies (Chinese CS.cc).

Leung Yuen Sang, Emeritus Professor from the Department of History, CUHK, will give the first public lecture titled "From Young John Allen, Rev. Carl Thurman Smith to Ying Fuk-Tsang: Writing the History of Christianity in China" on the afternoon of December 6.

Huang Ke-Hsien, Associate Professor of the Department of Sociology at National Taiwan University, will share the second lecture with the title "Revisiting the Relationship between the State and Church of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan: Transnational Religions and Restricted Party-States from the Surveillance File" the next afternoon.

Thomas Xutong Qu, Tenured Associate Professor of the Philosophy Department of the School of Humanities, Tsinghua University, will then conduct the third lecture focussing on "Barth’s Inheritance and Criticism of Kant from Bart’s Criticism of Religion" on the morning of December 8.

- Translated by Abigail Wu

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