HU Lingyuan
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HU Lingyuan

Professor, Ph. D., Fudan University 

Director, Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University 

Research Interests: Sino-Japan Relations, Culture, Civilization and International Politics

E-mail:lyh@fudan.edu.cn 


Professor Hu is Director at Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University. In 1991, He received his Ph.D. in international politics from Fudan University and Aichi University, and then joined the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University. He served as visiting fellow at Bejing Center for Japaese Studies, visiting professor at Nagano University, foreigner researcher at the Institute for Advanced Studies on Asia, Tokyo Univesity, visiting professor at Law School, Soka University, visiting professor at Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University, and visiting profeesor at the University of Hongkong.


Books (Monograph and Translation)

The Resonance and Development of Civilization

The Resonance and Circulation of East Asian Civilization

The Major Social Ideological Trend in Postwar Japan and Sino-Japan Relations


Papers

A Preliminary Analysis on the New Dimension of Sino-Japan Relations

Focus on the Heritage of Former Prime Minister Fukuda's Foreign Policy towards China

Japan's View of the Current World Situation and Diplomatic Strategy

The Diplomatic Strategic adjustment of Hatoyama’s Cabinet

Rethinking the Developing Mode of Postwar Japan

Japan’s Attempts for A New Way of Economic Development

The Key Elements in the Formation of Sino-Japan Relations and Japan's Theory of Civilization

The Social Ideological Trend and Sino-Japan Relations

The Culture Communication: Values Dimension and Historical Cognition

Cultural Thinking on the Implemention of National Reconciliation in East Asian



Projects

The History of Postwar Sino-Japan Cultural Relations

China’s Geopolitics and Strategic Studies

The Major Research Program of the East China Sea Marine Rights and Interests

The New Nationalism of Japan after the Clod War and Sino-Japan Relations