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Shu Sheng-chi 舒聖祺
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Singapore 新加坡

照片 Photo : 舒聖祺 Shu Sheng-chi

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Instituion:Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, UK英國劍橋大學亞洲與中東研究學院

Topic:Central News Agency, Reuters and Nationalist China's International Publicity, 1931-1945中央通訊社,路透社與國民政府的國際宣傳,1931-1945年

Specialty:History of Modern China, print culture and the transnational press from late Qing to Republican era in China, politics and technologies of international communications, international relations in East Asia in the twentieth century, overseas Chinese diaspora.


Homepage:Shu Sheng-chi

Work catalog
  • “Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore: Core of Regional Security Co-operation for Combating Global Terrorism,” in Conexus (Singapore: University Scholars Programme, National University of Singapore, 2003).
  • “Xinma keshu renshi de jiaoyu shiye wangluo 新馬客屬人士的教育事業網絡, 1904-1919 (Educational Enterprise Network of the Hakka Community in Singapore and Malaya, 1904-1919). In Xinjiapo kejia: wenhua yu shequn 新加坡客家:文化與社群(The Hakkas in Singapore: Culture and Community), edited by Wong Sin Kiong. Singapore: National University of Singapore Department of Chinese Studies, Nanyang Khek Community Guild (Singapore) and Char Yong (Dabu) Association, Singapore, 2008.
  • “Seeking Solutions for China’s Crisis: Ng Poon Chew, Chung Sai Yat Po and the Reform and Revolutionary Movements,” in Journal of Cambridge Studies, Volume 6, No. 4 (December 2011).
Article catalog
  • Xinma huashe de jiaoyu shiye wangluo, 1904-1919: yi keshu renshi wei duixiang de tantao 新馬華社的教育事業網絡1904-1919:以客屬人士為對象的探討 (The Education Network of the Chinese Community in Singapore and Malaya, 1904-1919: An Analysis through the Activities of the Hakkas), presented at the Singapore Hakka Studies Conference, 7 – 14 April 2007, organized by the Chinese Studies Department, National University of Singapore and the Singapore Federation of South Seas Hakka Associations.
  • “Triangular Game: Reuters and the International Propaganda Rivalry between the Chiang Kai-shek and Wang Ching-wei Regimes during the Sino-Japanese War”, presented at the Historical Society for Twentieth-Century China (HSTCC) Biennial International Conference, Hangzhou, China, 8-10 June 2012.
Scholar's Photo 2013年8月6日寰宇漢學講座(左起:舒聖祺先生、張瑞德教授、曾淑賢館長)