China Project Joint Workshop on Urbanity, Urban Change and Governance in Shanghai, Hong Kong and Osaka

Date: 23rd and 24th August, 2005
Place: Room 355, Graduate School of Literature and Human sciences, Osaka City University
23rd (Wed.) August,
Chairperson; 231-232 TANG, 233-235 NAKAO, 236-237 CHEN
930-945 Opening Address
SAKAEHARA Towao (Dean, Osaka city University)
YAMANO Masahiko (Director of UCRC)
MIZUUCHI Toshio and NAKAO Katsumi (Head of JSPS program and director of UCRC in China, and head of Shanghai sub-center of UCRC)
945-1030 231 NING Yuemin (East China Normal University):
Current Trends in Chinese Urban Studies
(in English)
1030-1115 232 WEN Jun (East China Normal University):
Migrant Laborers in Shanghai since the 1980’s
(in Chinese with Japanese resume)
Coffee break
1135-1220 233 CHEN Ying Fan (East China Normal University):
“Penghu-Qu (The Shanty Area in Shanghai)”; Life Histories in Their Memory
(in Japanese with Chinese resume)
Lunch Break
1345-1430 234 LIN Tuo (East China Normal University):
The Reorganization and Readjustment of Living Space of the Lower Class People in the Process of Urban Renewal in Shanghai
(in Chinese with Japanese resume)
1430-1515 235 DA Liangjun (East China Normal University):
The Environmental Transition and the Present Condition of Urban Ecology in Shanghai
(in Japanese with Chinese resume)
Coffee break
1535-1620 236 NAKAOKA Miyuki (Osaka City University)
The Urban Development in Global City Shanghai: Focusing on the Rising Housing Price as a Social Problem
(in Chinese)
1620-1705 237 NISHIBE Hitoshi (Osaka City University)
The Review of Japanese Documents about Modern Shanghai before 1945
(in English)
At an Okinawan Restaurant with music and dancing at Taisho Ward
24th (Thr.) August,
Chairperson; 241-242 NAKAO, 243-244 NING, 245-247 MIZUUCHI
1030-1115 241 MIZUUCHI Toshio (Osaka City University)
The Socio-political Context of Japanese Housing Policies for Slum and Squatter Dwellers after 1945
(in English)
1115-1200 242 MOTOOKA Takuya (Osaka City University)
Formation and clearance of “Barrack” town in Postwar Japanese city
(in English)
Lunch Break
1330-1415 243 TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Power, Space and (Re)Development: A Research Agenda
(in English)
1415-1500 244 WONG Kit Ping Tammy and TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
The Production of Prescriptive Space in Urban Redevelopment: The case of Hong Kong
(in English)
Coffee break
1520-1605 245 MAN Pui-Yee Iris and TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
The Government of Public Streets: The case of Hong Kong
(in English)
1605-1630 246 CHAN Kim-Ching TANG Wing-Shing (Hong Kong Baptist University)
Time-space analysis of the use of a pedestrianised street in Hong Kong
(in English with showing video film)
1630-1715 247 YAMAGUCHI Susumu (Osaka City University)
Controlling the public space: The case of “Heaven Artists” in Tokyo and street dancers in OCAT, Osaka
(in English)
At a Korean Restaurant nearby
Co-sponsored by
Urban Culture Research Center (21st Century COE programs), OCU
Department of Geography, Osaka City University

Funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Sciences fund for fiscal 2005
Name of program: “The construction of self-reliance support system for the aged singleton, homeless people and housing poor in the advanced capitalist East Asia regions” (project number; 16401025);
and COE program in UCRC, Osaka City University;

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