[LECTURE] TRADITION & MODERNITY: A TOUR OF FUJIAN-TAIWAN WITH PROFESSOR DAVID LUNG

Date: Friday, 8 November 2019
Time: 18:30 – 20:00
Venue: Drake Gallery, 1/F Fung Ping Shan Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU
 
Language:  English
Cost: Free admission, all are welcome. Please click here to register
Co-organisers:The University of Hong Kong Museum Society and University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU
Enquiries: Chung Yan Chan at officeadmin@hkums.com or 2241-5507
                                                           
This lecture is presented in conjunction with the Museum Society’s upcoming trip, Tradition & Modernity: A Tour of Fujian-Taiwan with Professor David Lung (龍炳頤教授).  All are welcome to attend.
 
 
In this lecture, Professor Lung will discuss about the cultural diversity of sites in the Fujian Province where Christianity, Manichaeism, Islamism, Buddhism, Taoism once flourished.  He will talk about the communal way of living of the Hakka people in the traditional mud buildings. The lecture will also touch upon the Kinmen Island, a restricted military combat zone for over 5 decades in Taiwan.
 
 
Speaker
 
Professor David Lung led a Museum tour to Chaozhou two years ago.  He has retired from teaching and is currently holding honorary professorships in Department of Architecture and the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences at HKU.  His research interest is in the areas of vernacular architecture, heritage conservation and history of Christian thought, liturgy and ecclesiastical architecture.

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