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NCUE "Poetics and Changhua History" Conference Successfully Concluded

On May 27, 2011 (Friday), the Department of Chinese Literature and the Institute of Taiwan Literature held the 31st Poetics Conference "Poetics and Changhua" academic seminar. The Poetics Conference is a domestic academic event held by the Department of Chinese Literature for more than 30 years since 1991. It is about to usher in the "300 Years of Changhua County Construction". The theme of the conference also returns to the exploration of "Changhua Chemistry". We look forward to developing a new vision of local studies through this conference.

In response to the domestic epidemic, the whole seminar is mainly based on online meetings, supplemented by physical venues for comprehensive discussions. Director Qiu Huiying presided over the online opening ceremony, and invited distinguished guests such as President Chen Mingfei of the school, Director Zhang Quefen of Changhua County Cultural Bureau, and Dean Huang Shenghui of the School of Liberal Arts to give speeches. This time, Professor Chen Yiyuan, Distinguished Professor of the Department of Chinese Literature of National Cheng Kung University and Chairman of the Chinese Society of Taiwan, was invited to give a keynote speech "Some Reflections on the Construction of Changhua Chemistry". After that, there were four sessions of presentations and discussions by experts and scholars. Important topics such as regional studies, language and land, poetry and terroir.

Professor Zhou Yizhong (Mingdao University), Professor Zeng Jincheng (Chiayi University), Professor Wu Dongsheng (Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology), and Professor Ding Weiren (Tsinghua University) took poets and poetry as the object of discussion, from ancient times to the present, investigating the time and space representation of local writing and local consciousness, etc. Relevant implications; Prof. Chen Shujuan (Tsinghua University) and Prof. Chen Yanjun (Changhua Normal University) from the perspective of dialectology, re-exploring the phonetic variation of Taichung Longjing Zhangquan Dialect and Changhua Yongjing Hokkien Dialect; Prof. Ke Rongsan (Yunlin University of Science and Technology) and Prof. Li Shuru (Chung Kung University) pay attention to the folk beliefs in Changhua area, and have very solid investigations on Zheng Chenggong’s book and the spread of Japanese legends; Prof. Huang Wenche (Pingtung University), Prof. Wang Xiangying (South China University) ), Professor Chen Shiru (Taiwan Normal University) from the field investigation of Pingtung literature, the promotion of regional studies on the restoration of Dalin temple culture, and the travel abroad sentiment of the late Qing Dynasty poetry, highlighting the mutual definition and compatibility of local and international diversity. Finally, the "Comprehensive Symposium" was titled "Review and Prospect of Zhang Chemical Industry", and invited Professor Li Weixiong (Feng Chia University), Professor Lin Mingde (China Folk Art Foundation), Professor Zhou Yizhong and Mr. Kang Yuan (writer) for the discussion People, sharing the construction history, practical experience and future prospects of Changhua Chemical.

In his speech, President Chen Mingfei said that "Poetics and Zhang Chemistry" not only showed the academic research achievements of the department, but also embodied the core spirit of "connecting locally" in the social responsibility of the university. Director Zhang Quefen also affirmed that Changhua Normal University has been promoting and investing in Changhua chemical research for many years, and looks forward to promoting close exchanges and cooperation between the county government and the department in the future. Professor Chen Yiyuan also encouraged in his special speech that this Poetics Conference is not only an opportunity to restart Changhua research, to deepen the mutual dialogue of local studies, or to plan general teaching materials, but also to promote Changhua's international vision. . (Department of Chinese Literature)








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