Supported by Korea Foundation for Advanced Studies, ARC Fudan, as the first of its kind in Mainland China, has good relationships with the other seven Asian Research Centers around China. And this guarantees a good foundation of close cooperation.
ARC 1st Directors Workshop, Korea
ARC 2nd Directors Workshop, Mongolia
ARC 3rd Directors Workshop, Thailand
1st International Confucian Forum, Renmin University of China, 2004
2nd International Confucian Forum, Renmin University of China, 2005
1st Beijing Forum, Peking University, 2004
2nd Beijing Forum, Peking University, 2005
Symposium on Transition of Asian Culture and Society, Peking University, 2006
Asian Media Forum, Commutation University of China, 2004
Asian Media Forum, Commutation University of China, 2005
Asian Media Forum, Commutation University of China, 2006
Symposium on Transition of Economy and Society in North-East Asia, ARC of Nankai University, 2006
ARC Directors Workshop in China, 2004-2006
We have taken all kinds of opportunities to know and learn from other Asian Research Centers, and meanwhile to be known by them.
Plans of Cooperation:
1) About Shanghai Forum 2007
Fudan University has already held 1st Shanghai Forum in 2005, and the 2nd Shanghai Forum is under preparation. In the ARC Directors Workshop in China, August 2006, ARC Fudan suggested that other centers give their supports to Shanghai Forum. After discussion, we’ve decided that other centers would take part in the Shanghai Forum in the name of Backup Organization. Detail suggestions are as follows,1) Give suggestions on how to hold Shanghai Forum 2007 successfully.
2) Introduce and help to invite government officials, international organization representatives, distinguished scholars and entrepreneurs in accordance with the
theme and topics of Shanghai Forum.3) Give supports on the introduction, promotion, publication, etc.
3) Co-host Asian Study Forum with Asia-Pacific Research Institute of Peking University
Besides focus on researches in some certain areas, ARC should also summarize the long-term research situation. As to the basic topics in Asian study, discussions should be taken from different views of multi-subjects. And this will give further reference to the specific researches. Due to these considerations above, the directors of ARC Fudan and APRI suggested in December 2005 that the two organizations hold the Asian Study Forum together. In April 2006, it came to a further decision that Fudan-Peking Asian Study Forum and Peking-Fudan Asian Study Forum will be held in a proper time later. Experts from different areas, such as economics, culture, politics, sociology, international relationships, will be invited to participate in the forum to give speeches and make further discussions. As the host organization of the 1st Asian Study Forum, ARC Fudan is preparing for this big event. We sincerely hope that other Asian Research Centers will come to help and make it a high level academic forum together.