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Research Center for Chinese Borderland History & Geography Visits CAU to Meet with HK+ Research Institute

Name 관리자 Date 2018.07.12 Hit 75
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The Research Center for Chinese Borderland History and Geography under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) paid a visit to Chung-Ang University (CAU) to discuss ways to pursue joint research and academic exchanges with CAU’s HK+ Research Institute for Reconciliation and Coexistence in Contact Zones on June 21st, 2018 (Thu).


From the Research Center for Chinese Borderland History and Geography, Director Xing Guangcheng (邢广程) and four researchers visited CAU. Meanwhile, from CAU, Prof. Cha Yong-gu of Department of History, who serves as the director of HK+ Research Institute for Reconciliation and Coexistence in Contact Zones, Dean Park Kyoung-ha of the Da Vinci College of General Education, and relevant members attended a meeting with the Chinese research center. This meeting was held to pursue academic collaboration, and both parties discussed ways to form an international research cluster among notable research institutes of Korea, Japan, China, and Russia specializing in borderland studies.


CASS, established in 1977 as a national research institute under the State Council of the People’s Republic of China, is now comprised of 6 academic divisions and 37 research centers. The Research Center for Chinese Borderland History and Geography belongs to Academic Division of History, CASS.


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Prof. Cha Yong-gu warmly greeted the Chinese researchers, saying, “It is very meaningful that CASS, the renowned research institute of China, visits our university to embark upon research collaboration. This visit laid the foundation for developing a research cluster, which will ultimately lead to achieving reconciliation and coexistence among Northeast Asian countries.” Director Xing Guangcheng said in response, “I am looking forward to engaging in constructive cooperation with CAU’s HK+ Research Institute for Reconciliation and Coexistence in Contact Zones. I know that it is one of the key research institutes in Korea that conduct major national projects.”


This visit will result in vibrant exchanges between the two institutions which encompass joint research and academic collaboration. CAU’s HK+ Research Institute for Reconciliation and Coexistence in Contact Zones has been proactive in forming a cooperative cluster together with borderland research institutes of China, Japan, and Russia.


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