Prof. Chu Hung-lam (CUHK)
Prof. Cheng Chung-yi (CUHK)
Prof. Yu Ying-shih (Princeton)
Prof. Tu Weiming (Harvard)
Prof. Chen Lai (Peking)
Prof. Zhu Weizheng (Fudan)
Prof. Liu Xiaogan
Prof. Cheng Chung-yi
Prof. Leung Yuen-sang
Prof. Chu Hung-lam
Prof. Kwok Siu-tong
Prof. Lai Ming-chiu
Prof. Wong Juen-kon
Prof. Chiang Ying-ho
Prof. Cheung Tak-sing
Prof. Chan Hoi-man
Centre has completed two research projects on Confucianism. These two
Earmarked Grant projects funded by RGC are:
"The Uncertain Phoenix: Confucianism in Contemporary China"
(CUHK 4008/97H) (P.I.: Leung Yuen-sang)
"Culture as Destiny?: The Confucian Experiment in Singapore and
the Emerging Global Discourse on Confucianism" (CUHK4308/00H) (P.I.:
projects include "Classical Lectures and Statecraft Conception in
the Court of Ming China, 1368-1644" (CUHK/4681/05H) (P.I.: Chu Hung-lam)
Centre has also conducted a joint conference on Modern Confucianists in
on Research Activities and Publications
2005-06, the Centre Director, Prof. Chu Hung-lam, has been engaged in
various research activities:
presented a paper in Chinese on "The meeting of Huang Zuo and Wang
Yangming" (黃佐與王陽明之會) at
the 11th International Conference on Ming History (第十一屆明史國際討論會)
held in Lanzhou, China, 16-17 August 2005.
presented a paper, entitled "Textual Filiation of Li Shimian’s
(1374-1450) Biography" (李時勉傳記的史源)
at the Frederick W. Mote Memorial Conference held at Princeton University,
7-8 October 2005.
presented a lecture on "An example of high Qing intellectual bias
from the critical abstracts of the Imperial Catalog of the Four Treasuries"
(《四庫提要》所見盛清學術偏見一例) at the Department
of History, Zhongshan University, 27 December 2005.
organized and chaired the international conference on "Ming Taizu
and His Times" (明太祖及其時代國際學術會議)
convened in The Chinese University of Hong Kong during March 28-30,
2006, with thirty-one papers, in Chinese or in English, presented by
the same number of scholars from China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan,
England, France, and U.S.A. Several articles bear on Confucian themes
in 14th-century China.
presented a paper in Chinese on "Ming Taizu’s political ideals
and ideas of government as seen from his quotations of the Book of Documents"
(明太祖對〈書經〉的徵引及其政治理想和治國理念) , at
the international conference on "Ming Taizu and His Times"
(明太祖及其時代國際學術會議) convened in
The Chinese University of Hong Kong during March 28-30, 2006.
research projects will be established by members of the Centre, and collaborative
projects with other institutions will be planned in the future.
Chu Hung-lam's publications include:
‘The Substance and the Practice of Confucian Learning in Late Imperial
China’ bearing the Chinese title《中國近世儒學實質的思辨與習學》(Zhongguo
jinshi ruxue shizhi de sibian yu xixue). The book, consisting of thirteen
essays, was published by Peking University Press in August 2005.
A book in Chinese on the works and biographies of Ming-dynasty figures
bearing the Chinese title《明儒著作與生平發微》(Mingren
zhuzuo yu shengping fawei). The book, consisting of thirteen articles,
was published by Guangxi Normal University Press.
paper in Chinese on "Ming Taizu’s engagement in classical and historical
of Chinese Studies" (《中國文化研究所學報》),
No.45 (2005)，pp. 141-172.
A paper in Chinese on "Biography,
text and the study of Song-Yuan-Ming intellectual history", entitled
of Chinese Literature and History"《中華文史論叢》
, No.2 (2006), pp. 201-228.