Browse through our research projects below, the most recently updated projects are listed first.
Analysing the meaning of happiness in contemporary China.
Everyday notions and the practices of Chinese men and masculinity.
This research project focuses on three local initiatives to preserve and transmit cultural heritage in the ethnically and culturally diverse region of southwestern China.
This project explores relationships between Anglophone modernism and modernism in China through an interdisciplinary lens, examining the centrality of dance and performance.
The unprecedented (and still ongoing) nationwide boom in museum construction related to the Overseas Chinese has raised a number of important questions that this project aims to answer.
A sustained programme of research that seeks to understand East Asian medicines throughout the last one thousand years, in and on their own terms.
This project examines the relationship between sound and space in the branding, built environment and everyday life of a small Chinese city.
Revolution and urban life in twentieth century China told through ordinary residents of Dashilanr.
Women's subjective understandings and experiences of gender.
Re-evaluating the Cultural Revolution through revolutionary propaganda.
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