XXVI International Congress of the FILLM26th FILLM Congress, Day 2 (Wednesday 18 June 2014)Photos by Adam Borch
second day of the congress opened with a plenary lecture by Professor
Tope Omoniyi (University of Roehampton, United Kingdom) entitled "African Languages and Literatures under the Chang(e) Dynasty".
Participants were also treated to two panel sessions on "Communicational Ethics:
Landguage, Literature, Translation", a session on "Education and
Internationalisation" and one on "Cross-cultural Dialogue and the
Future of Chinese Humanities".
To see some more photos from Day 2 go here.
Tom Clark (University of Victoria, Australia) at the lunch buffet
Wang Songlin (University of Ningbo) talks about Thomas Carlyle's
knowledge of Chinese literature and culture.
From left to right:
Leena Eilittä (University of Helsinki, Finland), Hein Willemse (University of Pretoria, South Africa),
Geoff Hall (UNNC) and Roger D. Sell (Ĺbo Akademi University, Finland).
Liu Yong, or Ge Fei, (Tsinghua University) giving his presentation on
"The Golden Lotus and the Establishment of the Concept of '
Truth and Vanity' during the 16th Century."
Su Ping (University of Hong Kong), to his right, was responsible for the interpretation.
An unmanned reception: A very rare sight indeed!
Updated: 5 July 2014