Public Lecture: Singapore: A Hub of the Interaction between Chinese and Southeast ASian Ceramic Studies in SEA
Readers in Singapore may be interested in this talk happening tomorrow at the National Library.
Singapore: A Hub of the Interaction between Chinese and Southeast ASian Ceramic Studies in SEA
Date: 8 July 2010
Time: 5:00PM – Thursday Jul 8, 6:30PM
Venue: Level 5 – Imagination in National Library Building
This talk explores the variation of the first gateway of the study-exhibition catalogues from 1960s to 2010. This talk examines the past achievement and the future trends of the interaction between Chinese and Southeast Asian ceramic studies during 9th to 16th centuries through reviewing the exhibition catalogue collections at the major libraries in Singapore.
Ms Sharon Wong Wei Yee is currently doing her research fellowship with the National Library of Singapore, after being awarded the Lee Kong Chian Research Fellowship in January 2010. She is the PhD candidate in Southeast ASian Studies Programme from National University of Singapore. Her current research interests include Chinese trade ceramics, and South China and Southeast Asia interaction in pre-modern period.