China’s Macao SAR: 12 Years of Breakthrough & Transformation - AFTERNOON SESSIONS REGISTRATION

Monday March 19

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Mon Mar 19 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library, 8th floor, 130 St. George St., University of Toronto

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Jack Leong


This event is free and open to the public.

If you would like to attend the afternoon sessions, please register at the top of this page.

1 p.m.
IV. MSAR Governance & Economy
Chair: Susan HENDERS – York Univesity

A. E-politics & Elections, Eilo YU, University of Macau
B. Law and Order, Lawrence K. K. HO, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
C. Economy in Global Financial Crisis, Yang ZHANG, University of Macau
D. Social Tension & Regime Response, Zhidong HAO, University of Macau

2 p.m.
V. MSAR Identity, Culture & Heritage
Chair: Ruth HAYHOE, University of Toronto

A. Macao’s Changing Identity, Malte KAEDING, University of Surrey, UK
B. Macao's Cultural Interface: Historical Roots & Future Prospects, Tze-ki Hon, State University of New York-Geneseco
C. Macao Media, Agnes LAM, University of Macau
D. Heritage Conservation, Tourism & Urban Planning, Derrick TAM-- Sun Yatsen University, Guangzhou

Coffee break

3:15 p.m.
VI. MSAR/Macanese External Links
Chair: Manuela MARUJO, University of Toronto

A. Macao in Sino-Lusophone Links, José Carlos MATIAS, Teledifusion de Macao, Macao
B. Portugal’s Vision of China’s Macao, Antonio SALDANHA, Technical University of Lisbon
C. The Portuguese in China, Antonio M. JORGE da SILVA, The International Institute of Macau
D. MSAR-Singapore/ASEAN Links, Yoong Yoong LEE, Policy Study Institute-Singapore
E. Macao’s Lessons From Singapore, Bryan HO, University of Macau
F. The Macanese in Canada, Gustavo da ROZA. OC, University of Manitoba

4:30 p.m.
VII. Concluding Observations
Chair: Rick GUISSO, University of Toronto
Panelists: T. W. NGO, University of Macau; Jack LEONG; Ming CHAN

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Sponsored by

University of Macau
Richard Charles Lee Canada-Hong Kong Library, University of Toronto

Co-sponsored by

University of Toronto Libraries
Asian Institute, Munk School of Global Affairs
The International Institute of Macau
Macao Trade and Investment Promotion Institute