"The Political Economy of Urban Land Use in Xinji" by Professor Marc Blecher, Oberlin College
"Health Professionals, New Reproductive Technologies and Sex ratio in India" by Professor Tulsi Patel, Department of Sociology, Delhi School of Economics, University of Delhi. In cooperation with SASNET
"The Emergence of a Private Business Sector in China" by Professor Barbara Krug, Rotterdam School of Management
Workshop: Media Politics and Investigative Journalism in China
"Communication challenges between headquarter and subsidiary/alliance - five corporate cases in Japan", Lisbeth Clausen, Copenhagen Business School.
FOCUS ASIA. Themes: Religious and Social movements in East and South-East Asia and HIV/AIDS in East and South-East Asia.
"Is China Trapped in Transition? China's Long March to Rule of Law or to Nowhere?" by Randall Peerenboom, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law.
"Attitudes and Values of Chinese Youth: The Contradictions and Interactions among Internationalism, Nationalism and Materialism Amid Changing State-Society Relations" by Professor Stanley Rosen, Director, USC College East Asian Studies Center.
Lund University Development Research Day.
"The New Economy in Development: ICT Challenges and Opportunities" Seminar with Professor Anthony P. D’Costa from the University of Washington, Tacoma.
"Japanese Youth: Hope of the Nation or Threat to Society?" by Monica Braw
"Direct Township Elections in China: Latest Developments, Analyses and Assessments" by Professor Dong Lisheng, Institute of European Studies, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
"One million women grasstroots (village council) leaders: How do they govern the communities?" by Dr.Bidyut Mohanty, University of Delhi
"The War between Vietnam and the USA: An Intergenerational Perspective" by Assoc. Professor Helle Rydström, Centre for East and South-East Asian Studies
3 November, 15.15-17.00, Java Hall
"Why Political Reform in China Cannot Wait Much Longer" by Professor Richard Baum, University of California, Los Angeles
"From Despair to Hope", Folke Rydén on documenting a tragedy.
Open lecture with Micha X. Peled, director of "China Blue"
FOCUS ASIA Documentary Film Festival.