Vol. I, No 1 (Summer 1996)

 

The European Union and China - Issues and Perspectives I

 

Etienne Reuter (Luxembourg/Hong Kong): Hong Kong and the European Union

 

Dai Bingran (Shanghai): The Strategic Basis for Sino-European Relations in the Post Cold War period

 

Emile Noël (Brussells): New Developments in the European Union

 

Peter-Christian Müller-Graff (Heidelberg): The European Union and Eastern European States

 

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Vol. II, No. 1 (Spring 1997)

 

Philosophy and History I

Chen Lemin (Beijing): From Comparison to the Transcendence of Comparison - On Sino íV Western Civilisations

Graeme Lang (Hong Kong): State Systems and the Origins of Modern Science in Europe and China

Hartmut Kugler (Erlangen): The Perception of the Far East During the Middle Ages in Europe

Günter Wohlfart (Wupperthal): On the Necessity of the East-West-Dialogue in Philosophy - A Critical Remark

Karl-Heinz Pohl (Trier): Chinese Aesthetics and Kant

 Xu Minglong (Beijing): The Assessment by Chinese Scholars of the Missionaries Who Came to China

Liu Liqun (Beijing): Research into the History of Sino-German Relations in China

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Vol. II, No. 2 (Winter 1997)

 

The European Union and China - Issues and Perspectives II

 

Zhou Hong/Liu Jinghua (Beijing): A Dilemma: Civilisation and Hegemony íV A Reply to Samuel Huntington

Gerhard Michael Ambrosi (Trier): The European Union and China íV Principal and Current Issues

Stefan Friedrich (Heidelberg): The Chinese View of Western Europe and the European Community

Ting Wai (Hong Kong): The Position of Small States in the European Union - The Cases of Sweden and Greece

 

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Vol. III, No. 1 (Summer 1998)

 

 

The European Union and China - Issues and Perspectives III

 

Brian Bridges (Hong Kong): A Tale of two Transitions íV Hong Kong, Macau and Sino-European Relations

Dai Bingran (Shanghai): ECíŽs Anti-Dumping measures and ChinaíŽs Export Trade

Pál Nyíri (Budapest): Eastern EuropeíŽs Relations with China and the End of the Cold War

Wu Yikang (Shanghai): The Future of Sino-European Trade and Economic Relations in the 21Century

Tong Jiadong (Tianjin): China-European Union Bilateral Trade: Retrospection and Future

Kenneth Chan (Hong Kong): Religion and Politics in Post-Communist Poland

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Vol. III, No. 2 (June 1999 ) Vol. IV, No. 1

 

European Studies in Hong Kong

 

Werner Meissner (Hong Kong): European Studies in the Chinese Speaking Area- An Introduction

Marie-Christine St.Denny (Hong Kong): Education, Society and Language: Hong Kong Students and the French-Speaking Area of Europe

Hans Werner Hess (Hong Kong): Culture-bound and Regionally Specific íV Curriculum Development of the German Stream of European

Béatrice Cabau-Lampa (Hong Kong): Spotlight on Switzerland for Hong Kong Students

Andrea Stählin (Hong Kong): Setting Up a Self-Access-Learning Unit at the Hong Kong Baptist University

Terence Yeung (Hong Kong): The European Documentation Centre at the Hong Kong Baptist University

 

 

Vol. IV, No. 2 +  Vol. V, No. 1, June 2000

Chinese and European Literature - Mutual Influence and Perspectives

Contents

Author

Article

Page

Marián Gálik

Reception of Chinese Translated Literature in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Hungary (1919-1989)

English abstract

Chinese abstract

3

1

2

Zhang Longxi

Difficult First Steps: Initial Contacts with European Literature in the Late Qing

English abstract

Chinese abstract

26

25

25

Lucie Bernier

Loti, Segalen et Claudel en Chine ou La quête existentielle de trois auteurs

English abstract

Chinese abstract

37

35

36

Ma Yiu-man

Linguistic Incompetence and/or Poetic Creativity: Reading Li Jinfa's Reading of French Symbolism

English abstract

Chinese abstract

60

59

59

Luo Xinzhang

Judith Gautier et son Livre de Jade

English abstract

Chinese abstract

88

84

85

Terry Siu-han Yip

Goethe in China: The Reception of Faust and Werther in 20th Century China

English abstract

Chinese abstract

95

94

94

Jane Lai & Dorothy Wong

Shakespeare in China: Bringing Home the Bard

English abstract

Chinese abstract

122

120

121

Tam Kwok-kan

An Unfinished Project: Ibsen and the Construction of a Modern Chinese Consciousness

English abstract

Chinese abstract

133

131

132

Monika Schmitz-Emans

China Images in European Literature

English abstract

Chinese abstract

148

146

147

Zhang Yushu

Stefan Zweig in China

English abstract

Chinese abstract

180

173

176

Adrian Hsia

The Insular Obsession of Timothy Mo Or an Existential Discussion of Fictionalizing Historicity

English abstract

Chinese abstract

194


191

192

Irene Ebner

Chinese and Jews: Mutual Perceptions in Literacy and Related Resources

English abstract

Chinese abstract

211


209

210

Maria Antónia Espadinha

Images of Macau (and China) in Portuguese Literature

English abstract

Chinese abstract

229


228

228

 

Vol. V., No. 1 (May 2000)

Chronicle of EU-China Relations: May 1998 íV December 1999

 

Vol. V, No. 2 November 2000

Philosophy and History II

Contents

Author

Article

Page

Shmuel Noah Eisenstadt, Jerusalem

 

The Relationship between Modernity and Democratisation

 

 

1

 

Karl-Heinz Pohl, Trier

Beyond Universalism and Relativism - Reflections on an Intercultural Dialogue between China and the West

23

Adrian Hsia, Montreal

Protestant Philosophers and the Construct of China - Immanuel Kant, Johann Gottfried Herder and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

45

Thomas Kampen, Berlin

Western Books on Twentieth Century China in Chinese Translation

76

 

Vol. VI , No.1 May 2001

Identity and Transition:
Hong Kong and Gibraltar, Taiwan, Israel

Sonny Lo (Hong Kong): The Sino-British Settlement for Hong Kong and the Anglo-Spanish Dispute over Gibraltar: Comparisons, Implications and Solutions
Gilles Guiheux (Paris): Business Networks in Taiwan and their Political Implications
August Pradetto (Hamburg): Israelis and Palestinians: The Dilemma of National Identity

 

Vol. VI, No.2 Vol. VII, No. 1 June 2002

T
he Role of
France and Germany in Sino-European Relations

SPECIAL ISSUE
Edited by Werner Meissner and Jean-Pierre Cabestan

Brian Hook (London): Europe's Perception of its Relations with China since World War II
Claudie Gardet†(Brussels): Franco-Chinese Relations ---1949: Mao or Chiang Kai-shek?
Ricardo K.S. Mak (Hong Kong): Sino-German Relations 1919-1945
Birgit Brunstermann (Paris): Relations between China and Germany (1949-1978): From Mutual Ignorance to Diplomatic Recognition and Cooperation
Zhou Hong (Beijing): The French Role I Chinese Foreign Policy
Françoise Mengin (Paris): France's China Policy: From the Myth of a Privileged Relationship to a Normalization Syndrome
Markus Taude (Duisburg): Economic Relations between Germany and Mainland China 1979-2000
Gilles Guiheux (Hong Kong): France-China Economic Relations since 1979: Assessment, Policies, Debates
Werner Meissner (Hong Kong): Cultural Relations between China and Europe since the 1980s
Hans Werner Hess (Hong Kong): German Language Teaching in China
Agnes Belotel-Grenie and Michel Grenie (Beijing): The Evolution of French Teaching in China in the Past Twenty Years
Jean-Pierre Cabestan (Hong Kong): France's Taiwan Policy: A Case of Shopkeeper Diplomacy
Gunter Schubert (Heidelberg): German-Taiwanese Relations since 1949---A Critical Assessment
Ting Wai and Brian Bridges (Hong Kong): Thinking in Triangles: France, Germany and Hong Kong.

 

Vol.VIII No.1 June 2003,

"France and Germany The 40th Anniversary of the French German Friendship Treaty"
 
Jerome Vaillant: "Franco-German Relations in the context of the Elysee Treaty of 1963: Expectation, Achievements, Disappointments and Propects".
Wolfram Vogel: "The Significance of the Elysee Treaty for France-Germany Relations".