1. Built into the Vice-President Institute of the Association for Canadian Studies in China
In September 2016, the Association for Canadian Studies in China (ACSC) has elected its new board of directors. Prof. Liu Chen, Director of the National Centre for Canadian Studies (the Centre), Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU), was elected Vice-President.
ACSC is committed to uniting domestic scholars engaged in Canadian studies to carry out both disciplinary and interdisciplinary academic research and teaching activities in the social sciences, so as to serve the national modernization drive with practical results, and make its due contribution to the mutual understanding, cultural exchanges, traditional friendship and bilateral relationship between China and Canada.
The Association Emblem of ACSC
1. Senior Fellows
(1) Senior Research Fellow, Zhang Tao: Beijing Normal University, Institute of Yijing Culture, Director, Professor. co-director of the Bejing Normal University — College of William and Mary Institute of Yijing and Chinese Studies, Director of China Yijing Culture Society, Deputy director of China Historical Documents Society, Chief editor of Yijing Culture Studies.
Zhang Tao is engaged in teaching, research and promotion of classic Chinese culture.
He is in charge of several national projects, such as Documents of Yijing Culture in China and The Encyclopedia on Yijing Culture.
(2) Senior Research Fellow, Liu Ke-dong: Professor, Ph.D., had a one-year experience at Harvard as a visiting fellow. He is Visiting Senior Research Fellow at Beijing Foreign Studies University Canadian Studies Centre; Dean, Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) School of Foreign Languages; Director, the HIT Australian Studies Centre; Member, Association of Canadian Studies in China; Executive Director, Interface Studies Consortium, China Association for Comparative Studies of English and Chinese, CACSEC; Associate Director-General, Forum for Foreign Language Development; Associate Director-General, Heilongjiang Provincial Association of Foreign Language Instructors; and Executive Director, Heilongjiang Provincial Association of Translators. His research interests are Canadian Studies and Ethnic Literature. He is the principal investigator for the Ministry of Education grant project "Syncretism in Native North American Literature" and a participant in the National Grant Project "Alice Munro Studies". He co-edited World Overview: Canada (Harbin Engineering University Press, 2004), once taught Chinese Language and Culture at the University of Winnipeg, and now teaches a course entitled "Canadian Literature".
1. Based on the national strategic needs and the guiding principle of the Ministry of Education, the National Centre for Canadian Studies holds the following key research fields:
Canadian Multicultural Study
Canadian Literature and Culture
Canadian Policy Study
China — Canada Relation
Canada — America Relation
2. Research Teams
|Professors||Assistant Professors||Lecturers||Graduate Students|
|Graduate students from the National Centre for Canadian Studies