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Curriculum Vitae

FENG Lijun

·Associate Professor, PhD in History

·Deputy Director of Institute of History of Sino Foreign Relations and Overseas Chinese Studies, Research School for Southeast Asian Studies

Contact Information

·Mobile: +86-13860177163

·Fax: +86-592-2186414

·E-mail: fljch@163.com

·Address: Nan’an Building, Xiamen University, Xiamen, Fujian, China

·Postcode: 361005

Research Fields:

·Southeast Asian History

·History of Chinese Overseas Trade

·Overseas Chinese and Chinese Diaspora

Education:

·2006-2009, PhD, Specialized History – Chinese Overseas History

·1997-2000, MA, Specialized History – Chinese Overseas History

Courses Taught:

· China’s relations with Southeast Asia

· The cultural exchange of Chinese medicine between China and Southeast Asia

· Overseas Trade of Xiamen

Grants:

·2014 National Social Science Research Fund: The Trade of Sea Cucumber, Bird’s Nest, and Shark’s Fin between China and Southeast Asia in Ming and Qing Dynasty

·2013, All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese Project: Military Monopoly, Free Competition or the Advantage of Networking: The Chinese Traders in the trade of Sea Cucumber and Bird’s Nest between China and Southeast Asia in Qing Dynasty

·2007, Xiamen Social Science Key Project: The Exchange between China and the West in Qing Dynasty and the Social Changes in Xiamen

·2003, Xiamen University Preparatory Research Fund: The Exchange of Chinese Medicine between China and Southeast Asia

Publications:

Journal Articles

·A Study of Shark Fin Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the Qing Dynasty, Journal of Xiamen University, 2017.2, pp.84-95.

·On Chinese Maritime Merchants of Trepang and Edible Bird's Nest Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the 18thand the 19th Century, Journal of Xiamen University, 2015.4, pp.78-88.

·Discussion on Edible Bird’s Nest Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Researches in Chinese Economic History, 2015.2, pp.103-112.

·Cognition, Market and Trade: Discussion on Trepang Trade between China and Southeast Asia in the Ming and Qing Dynasties, Journal of Xiamen University, 2012.6, pp.49-56.

·Macassar’s Role in the Malayan Archipelago’s Maritime Trade from the 17th to 19th , Southeast Asian Studies, 2010.2, pp.79-84.

·The Ups_and_Downs of the Ocean Trade of the Bugis People from the 17th Century to the 19th Century, World History, 2009.6, pp.69-76.

·Overseas Chinese and the Diffusion of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Southeast Asia, Overseas Chinese History Studies, 2003.3, pp.54-61.

·Management and Control of Guangxi_Vietnam Border Trade in the Early Qing Dynasty, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2007.3, pp.76-84.

·A Brief Description about Medical and Hygeian Customs of Nations in Southeast Asia during Ancient times, World Ethno-National Studies, 2004.6, pp.70-76.

·A Brief Comment on Ancient European’s Knowledge of Chinese Medicine, Collected Papers of History Studies, 2003.4, pp.62-68.

·Coastal Prohibition in the Early Qing Dynasty and Xiamen Foreign Trade under the Control of Zheng Chenggong’s Forces, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2000.4, pp.85-94.

·On Xiamen’s Management of Overseas Trade in the Earlier Stage of the Qing Dynasty, Southeast Asian Affairs, 2001.4, pp.74-82.

·Book

·A Study of Traditional Chinese Medicine Exchanges Between China and Southeast Asia in Ancient Times, KumingYunnan Arts Press2010

Academic Exchanges and Visits:

·Singapore National UniversityNanyang Technological UniversityTaiwan Tokai UniversityThailand's Chulalongkorn UniversityHosei UniversityRamkhamhaeng University Malaya University

·2016-2017Visiting Research fellow, Nanyang Technology University, Singapore

 

 

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