|Professor Liu Yong|
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Professor Dr. Liu Yong (Mr.)
Research Field: History of Sino-Foreign relations
Research Interest: History of maritime trade
Office: Nanan Building 20112
Telephone: (0592) 6117310
2018 - present
Professor, School of International Relations/Research School for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University
2007 - 2018
Associate Professor, School of International Relations/Research School for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University
2006 - 2007
Assistant Professor, Research School for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University
2001 - 2006
PhD, History Department, Leiden University, the Netherlands
1998 - 2000
MA, Research School for Southeast Asian Studies, Xiamen University
1994 - 1998
BA, History Department, Anhui University
Part-time Academic Positions
Committee member, China Society for Maritime History Studies
Researcher, Center for Tea Culture Studies, School of History, Wuhan University
History of Chinese Maritime Trade Master degree course
History of International Communication of Chinese Tea International master degree course
European Politics and Diplomacy Bachelor degree course
Consular and Overseas Chinese Affairs Bachelor degree course
1. The Dutch Tea Trade with China in the Early Modern Period, Beijing: China Social Science Publishing House, 2018.
2. The Dutch East India Company’s Tea Trade with China, 1757-1781, Leiden & Boston: Brill Publishers, 2007.
1. “Western trading companies’ purchase of tea in China during the Canton System period of Qing Dynasty: As an example of the Dutch East India Company”, Researches in Chinese Economic History, 2017 (1).
2. “The China Committee of the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch-Chinese tea trade”, Journal of Xiamen University, 2013 (3).
3. “Chinese tea and the custom of tea drinking in the Netherlands from the seventeenth century on”, Historic Researches, 2013 (1).
4. “The commercial culture of the VOC in Canton in the eighteenth century”, Haneda Masashi (ed.), Asian Port Cities 1600-1800: Local and Foreign Culture Interactions, Singapore: NUS Press, 2009.
1. “The Dutch tea trade with China in the early modern period”, supported by the Humanities & Social Science Foundation of the Ministry of Education of China.
2. “Chinese tea and Europe in the early modern period”, supported by the National Social Science Foundation of China.
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