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Cultural China & Global Citizen Series

November 16, 2017

While a small country, Luxemburg provides a vast platform for interaction among various cultures under the context of globalization. What exactly is the lifestyle and the spirit of humanities in Luxemburg?  What does the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg have to teach us about cultural inheritance? On April 16th, Dr. Tu Weiming, CKGSB Honorary Professor and Chairman of CKGSB Committee on the Humanities, will join Luxemburg Ambassador to China Carlo Krieger to shed light on these questions in a discussion on Culture & Global Citizenship.

While a small country, Luxemburg provides a vast platform for interaction among various cultures under the context of globalization. What exactly is the lifestyle and the spirit of humanities in Luxemburg?  What does the Grand Duchy of Luxemburg have to teach us about cultural inheritance? On April 16th, Dr. Tu Weiming, CKGSB Honorary Professor and Chairman of CKGSB Committee on the Humanities, will join Luxemburg Ambassador to China Carlo Krieger to shed light on these questions in a discussion on Culture & Global Citizenship.

 

About the Series

 

Cultural China & Global Citizen Series was initiated by Professor Tu Weiming. In each of the series, Professor Tu will invite a guest who represents a unique culture to share his/he insights on their history, religion, society and culture with CKGSB’s students and alumni. CKGSB is the first and only business school to include humanities in its core management education curriculum, promoting humanism in leadership.

 

Speakers

Dr. Tu Weiming, Chairman, CKGSB Committee on the Humanities

Mr. Carlo Krieger, Ambassador, Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to PRC

Time

 15:00-16:00, April 16, 2013

Venue

 Classroom 9, 20/F, Oriental Plaza, Tower E2

1 East Chang An Avenue, Beijing

Language English(with Chinese simultaneous interpretation)
RSVP to cocintern@ckgsb.edu.cn

About the Speakers

 

Carlo Krieger

Ambassador, Embassy of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg to PRC

2007-Present

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg to the People’s Republic of China, Mongolia and Pakistan

2003-2007

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg to the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Georgia

2001-2003

Deputy Permanent Representative to the OSCE in Vienna and First Diplomatic Collaborator at the Embassy in Slovakia

1995-2001

Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy to the USA, Canada and Mexico

1990-1995

Member of the Political Department at the Ministry of foreign affairs in Luxembourg

1993

Member of the Luxembourg delegation to the World conference on human rights in Vienna

1990-1994

Member of the Luxembourg delegation to the Commission on human rights of the United Nations in Geneva

1988-1994

Member of the Luxembourg delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York

Tu Weiming

CKGSB Honorary Professor; Chairman of the CKGSB Committee on the Humanities

Director of the Harvard-Yenching Institute; Harvard-Yenching Professor of Chinese History and Philosophy of Confucian Studies at Harvard University

 

Dr. Tu Weiming was born in Kunming, China in 1940. He grew up in Taiwan and obtained a B.A. in Chinese Studies at Tunghai University (1961). He received his M.A. (1963) and Ph.D. (1968) from Harvard University.

 

Dr. Tu taught Chinese intellectual history, Chinese philosophy, and Confucian studies at Princeton University (1967-71) and University of California at Berkeley (1971-81). He joined the faculty at Harvard, where he continues to teach, in 1981.

 

Dr. Tu has been a visiting professor at Peking University, Taiwan University, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and L’Ecole Practique des Haute Etudes. Dr. Tu holds honorary professorships from Zhejing, Renming, and Zhongshan Universities and the Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences and has been awarded honorary degrees by Lehigh, Michigan State (Grand Valley), and Shandong Universities.

 

He is a vice-president of the International Association of Confucian Studies, an international advisor of Rahman University in Malaysia, a member of the “Group of Eminent Persons” appointed by Kofi Annan to facilitate the Dialogue among Civilizations, and a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

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