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Letter of Welcome From the Chairman of the International Academic Forum’s International Advisory Board & The Chairman of IAFOR Japan Dear Colleagues, Welcome to the inaugural Asian Conference on Cultural Studies, and the inaugural Asian Conference on Asian Studies, held jointly this year. The aim of this event is to provide an opportunity for academics and scholars to meet and exchange ideas and views in a forum encouraging respectful dialogue. This international event will bring together a number of university scholars working throughout Japan, Asia, and beyond to share their research. We have been very impressed by the range and quality of submissions received from the open call for papers, from authors all over the world, and representing many disciplines and approaches. We are confident that everyone will find reason to be intellectually challenged and inspired by the work of fellow members of the global academic community. We encourage you, as academics working throughout the world, to forge friendships and working relationships with other participants across national, religious and disciplinary borders. It is in this spirit of friendship and international cooperation, that we express our warmest regards to every participant. We hope you enjoy the conference, Yours truly,

S.D.B. Picken

Takayuki Yamada

The Reverend Professor Stuart D. B Picken Order of the Sacred Treasure, M.A. Hons, B.D., Ph.D., F.R.A.S. Chairman, Japan Society of Scotland Founding Chairman of the IAFOR International Advisory Board Takayui Yamada Chairman, IAFOR Japan

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Letter of Welcome From the Executive Director of the International Academic Forum

Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the inaugural Asian Conference on Cultural Studies, this year held alongside the first Asian Conference on Asian Studies. I am delighted that these two complementary events have been supported by the international academic community, and trust that you will take pride in being among the first participants. I am excited by the scope of the papers, and by the number of different nationalities and cultures represented here. I look forward to being challenged by new perspectives and ideas, and to meeting all of you The conference will be enhanced through its wide variety of presenters, who will draw on their diverse experiences and knowledges and on their academic, personal and geographical contexts, in a programme that promises exciting and challenging discussion. The speakers will be expressing divergent views, searching for common ground, and creating the synergies that can inspire multidisciplinary collaborations. I have no doubt that we will all be able to use the time spent at this conference for intellectual discovery and for the development of collaborative links and connections between the researchers, academics, scholars and practitioners who are attending. I strongly encourage your active engagement with this conference, and very much look forward to meeting you and to continuing the work of ACCS/ACAS into the future.

Respectfully, Joe Haldane

Dr Joseph Haldane, B.A. Hons., Ph.D., F.R.A.S. Executive Director, The International Academic Forum

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General Information for Conference Participants Information and Registration The ACCS/ACAS 2011 Registration and Information Desk will be situated in the Kiku base room on the second floor, and will be open at the following times: Wednesday, March 23 Thursday, March 24 Friday, March 25

15:00-17:00 8:00-8:45 & 12:00-18:00 9:00-18:00

For those people wishing to pay on the day, please note that we will not be able to process credit cards. Conference Plenary Session: Thursday 9:15-12:00 The Plenary session will be held on Thursday morning, with the event beginning promptly at 9:15 in the Sakura room. Please arrive in good time if you wish to attend the session. There will be a mid-morning interval with refreshments served. Parallel Speaker Sessions Parallel Sessions will run on Thursday afternoon, and on Friday throughout the day, and are organized into streams. Sessions are usually 90 minutes in length, and normally include two or three presenters. Exceptionally there may be four presenters to a session, and the session length is increased accordingly to 120 minutes. Thursday

Session 1: 13:00-14:30 Session 2: 14:45-16:45 (Extended Session)

Friday

Session 1: 9:00-10:30 Session 2: 10:45-12:15 Session 3: 13:45-15:15 Session 4: 15:30-17:00

Presentations and Equipment All presentation rooms are equipped with a screen, an LCD projector, and a Macbook laptop computer installed with PowerPoint software. You will be able to insert your USB flash drive or CD into the computer and double click on your presentation to open it in PowerPoint. We recommend that you bring two copies of your presentation in the case that one fails. There will also be a laser pointer. If you are uncomfortable using the Macbook, you may also link your own laptop computer to the projector cable, however if you use your own Mac please ensure you have the requisite connector. If needed, small speakers will be available. Please request the speakers before your session, and a member of staff will ensure that they are installed before your session. Session Chairs Session Chairs are asked to introduce themselves and other speakers (briefly), and ensure that the session begins and ends on time, and that the time is divided fairly between the presentations (see below). Each presenter should have no less than 30 minutes in which to present his or her paper, and respond to any questions. We recommend 20 minutes for your paper and 10 minutes for Q and A. A Polite Request to All Participants Participants are requested to arrive in a timely fashion for all addresses, whether to their own, or to those of other presenters. Presenters are reminded that the time slots should be divided fairly and equally between the number of presentations, and that they should not overrun. The session chair is asked to assume this timekeeping role. Poster Sessions & Poster Requirements The ACAS Poster Sessions will be held on Thursday in the Kiku base room between 16:30 and 17:30. The poster frames are B1 and so it is recommended that posters be no larger than B1 (707mm x 1000mm/27.8 inches x 39.4 inches). A1 (594mm x 841mm/23.4 inches x 39.4 inches) would also be fine. If your poster is outsized, then we will be able to provide adhesive singlesided and double-sided tape. Internet There will be no Internet connection in the presentation rooms, but there will be wireless connection in the communal areas and the 2F lobby of the Ramada Hotel. If you are staying at the hotel then all rooms include a complimentary broadband access point. For your convenience, there will also be a limited number of computers wired up to the Internet in the Kiku base room.

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Badges When you check in, you will receive a conference package, which includes your name badge. Wearing your badge IS required for entrance to the sessions. If you lose your badge it can be replaced for a fee of JPY 5000. You must wear your badge at all times during the Conference. If you are not wearing your badge, security will stop you and ask you to show your ID and evidence that you are registered. Those unable to show proof will be escorted from the Conference by security. There are (4) colors of badges indicating the type of conference participant: RED: Presenters and General Audience; YELLOW: Keynote and Featured Speakers; BLACK: Conference Volunteer Staff/IAFOR Staff; BLUE: Conference Exhibitors and Affiliates. What to Wear & Bring Attendees generally wear business casual attire. You may want to bring along a light jacket or sweater, as the temperature in meeting rooms is often difficult to control. Security The Japanese police have been enforcing random passport and identification checks. If you do not have identification when stopped, the police will detain you. There may also be a financial penalty. For the enjoyment of all participants, inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and violators will be removed from the premises. Do not leave personal items or conference bags unattended anywhere in the Ramada Osaka as this will be taken away by security. Smoking The Ramada Osaka has implemented a Clean Indoor Air Act; therefore, smoking is not permitted in any of the conference rooms or the ballroom. Please smoke only in designated areas. Photo/Recording Waiver There may be photography, audio or video recording at the conference. By entering the event premises you give consent to the use of your photograph, likeness or video or audio recording in whole or in part without restriction or limitation for any educational, promotional, or any purpose for distribution. Meals & Drinks Refreshment Breaks Coffee, tea, and light snacks will be provided twice a day, in the middle of the morning and the middle of the afternoon in the Kiku base room. All other meals, including lunch and dinner, can be purchased at any of the restaurants or convenience stores in and around the Ramada Osaka. As a conference registrant, and if you are staying at the Ramada Hotel, your room includes breakfast. This is a good occasion to start the day and meet other delegates. You must book through the RAMADA OSAKA to enjoy this arrangement. The Ramada hotel has arranged for a 20% discount on food and drink purchased from the Lampada Restaurant (16F), the Tenzan teppanyaki Steak Restaurant (B1), Neuf-Neuf Dining and Café (1F), and the Tres Tres Bon Gourmet Deli(1F). To access this discount, please present your registration pass. Special Events Special events at the conference provide an ideal chance to engage with your colleagues and network in a relaxed and enjoyable setting. Wednesday Welcome Reception (18:00-19:30): Free Come and meet fellow delegates at the conference welcome reception, with free flow alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks at the Lampada Restaurant (16F). The welcome reception is on Wednesday from 18:00-19:30 and is included in your conference registration. You don’t need to book, just show up! Thursday Conference Dinner (19:00-21:00) – “A Night Out in Osaka”: Ticketed 5,000 JPY The conference dinner will be held in the bustling environment of a downtown izakaya, a short walk from the conference venue. The large set menu will include a variety of Japanese dishes, and the price includes complimentary alcoholic and soft drinks throughout the meal. This event is ticketed (based on a first come, first served basis) and is not included with your registration. For more information about these events and to book, please go to the information desk in the Kiku base room. A vegetarian option is also available, but please tell the staff at the time of booking of any particular dietary requirements. Conference Dinner Participants: MEET IN THE LOBBY AT 18:30

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Ramada Osaka Conference Rooms Guide

    Second Floor Kiku Room: Base Room and Poster Sessions Sakura Room: Plenary Session & Parallel Sessions

Third Floor Matsu and Kusu Rooms: Parallel Sessions

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THURSAY, MARCH 24 2011 ACCS/ACAS PLENARY SESSION 9:15-9:30: Welcome Address: Professor Steve Cornwell (Osaka Jogakuin University & Dr Joseph Haldane, IAFOR * 9:30-10:30: ACCS Featured Speaker Professor Baden Offord Brave New World: In the Borderlands of Cultural Studies * 10:30-11:00: Coffee & Light Refreshments * 11:00-12:00: ACAS Featured Speaker Revd Professor Stuart D. B. Picken Learning from the Past: Looking to the Future

ACCS FEATURED SPEAKER BADEN OFFORD Baden Offord is Chair and Visiting Professor in Australian Studies at the Centre for Pacific and American Studies, Institute of Advanced Global Studies, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, the University of Tokyo. He is also Associate Professor in Cultural Studies in the School of Arts and Social Sciences at Southern Cross University, Australia. Professor Offord is the recipient of several Australian national and state teaching awards including a National Carrick Citation for an Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning for: Pioneering cultural studies and cultural diversity programs; outstanding command of his field, and inspiring transformative student learning. His book, Homosexual Rights as Human Rights: Activism in Indonesia, Singapore and

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Australia (Peter Lang: Oxford, 2003), won the George Duncan Memorial Award in 2005. In 2006 he received a Manning Clark House Honourable Mention for an Outstanding Contribution to Australian Culture. He has held International Fellowships at the Kinsey Institute, Indiana University and the University of Barcelona and has given keynote lectures throughout the world. Baden's research focuses on human rights, cultural studies, critical pedagogy, sexuality and cultural diversity and he is published widely in these fields. Baden is a member of the Australian Research Council funded Cultural Research Network. His work is acknowledged for significantly contributing to innovative ways of conceiving belonging, identity and cultural citizenship.

ACAS FEATURED SPEAKER STUART D. B. PICKEN

Fellow of the Royal Asiatic Society, author of a dozen books and over 130 articles and papers, Professor Picken is considered one of the foremost scholars on Japan, China, and Globalization in East Asia. As an academic, Professor Picken has devoted more than 30 years to scholarship in Japan, notably as a professor at the International Christian University in Tokyo, where he specialized in ethics and Japanese thought, and as International Adviser to the High Priest of Tsubaki Grand Shrine (Mie prefecture). He has also served as a consultant to various businesses, including Jun Ashida Ltd., Mitsui Mining & Smelting Corp., Kobe Steel, and Japan Air Lines. In November 2008, the Government of Japan awarded Professor Picken the Order of the Sacred Treasure for his pioneering research, and outstanding contribution to the promotion of friendship and mutual understanding between Japan and the UK. The honour is normally reserved for Japanese citizens and is a mark of the utmost respect in which Professor Picken is held by the Japanese Government. Although now resident in Scotland, Professor Picken maintains his interests in Japan, as Chair of the Japan Society of Scotland, and through the IAFOR IAB, of which he is the founding chair. He lives near Glasgow with his wife and two children.

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ACCS/ACAS Thursday Afternoon Parallel Sessions Session 1 ACCS – Thursday Session 1 – 13:00-14:30 – Sakura A – Environment, space and place 1/3 Session Chair: Stephen Husarik 0122 "We share the work but not the role" Anette Schumacher, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg 0010 "And in my heart unmake what seems inhospitable and out of place": Landscapes of Inclusion in Marlene van Niekerk's Memorandum (2006) Lara Buxbaum, University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa 0016 John Cage Time-Space Relationships in 4'33" and HPSCHD: "You could make it four feet and thirty-three inches if you want." Stephen Husarik, University of Arkansas - Fort Smith, United States

ACCS – Thursday Session 1 – 13:00-14:30 – Matsu – Cultural differences and stereotypes 1/2 Session Chair: Marek Jakubowski 0073 The Kimono in the Mirror of European Oriental-ism Svitlana Rybalko, Kharkiv State Academy of Culture, Ukraine 0117 Funny Kine Clothes: The Semiotics of the Hawaiian Shirt Andrew Reilly, University of Hawaii, United States Marcia Morgado, University of Hawaii, United States 0065 Are Civilizations Closed Monads? (F. Koneczny and S.P. Huntington) Marek Jakubowski, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

ACCS – Thursday Session 1 – 13:00-14:30 – Kusu – Linguistics, Language and Cultural Studies 1/3 Session Chair: Nareenoot Damrongchai 0107 Politics and the Arts: Cultural Studies and the New Spanish Approach José Manuel Estévez-Sáa, University of A Coruña, Spain 0095 Comparative Studies on the Collective Learning Processes Involved in the Establishment and Operation of local Museums in Thailand Yanin Rugwongwan, King Mongkut''s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, Thailand 0054 The Reconstruction of Good and Bad through Melodrama in Modern Thai Society Nareenoot Damrongchai, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand

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ACCS – Thursday Session 1 – 13:00-14:30 – Kiri – New Social Movements 1/1 Session Chair: Tsung-huei Huang 0044 A Study of Current Popular Culture Trends in Malaysian Media Vilashini Somiah, University of Malaya, Malaysia Azizah Hamzah, University of Malaya, Malaysia 0057 Political Documentaries: Bypassing the Regulatory Doctrine Azliana Aziz, University of Malaya, Malaysia Azizah Hamzah, University of Malaya, Malaysia 0063 The Seduction of Nonsense: From Kuso to Baudrillard and Back Tsung-huei Huang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan Yen-bin Chiou, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

ACAS – Thursday Session 1 – 13:00-14:30 – Sakura B – Chinese Studies 1/2 Session Chair: Tsung-yi Michelle Huang 0025 Stuck in the Past? The Impact of Representations of History on the Chinese Intellectual Debate on Political Reform Emilie Frenkiel, College de France/ EHESS (France), France 0059 Demographic Studies in Hong Kong: How Cross-border Birth Influences Hong Kong's Fertility and Demographic Structure Nancy Ling Sze Leung, Ritsumeikan University, Japan 0028 New Mobile Woman in South China: Narratives of Female Success and Development of City-regions Tsung-yi Michelle Huang, National Taiwan University, Taiwan

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ACCS/ACAS Thursday Afternoon Parallel Sessions Session 2 ACCS – Thursday Session 2 (Extended) – 14:45-16:45 – Sakura A – Migration 1/1 Session Chair: Mary Ditton 0037 Discovering Minorities in Japan: First Korean Representations in Japanese Cinema. Marcos Pablo Centeno Martin, University of Valencia / Waseda University, Japan 0048 American Migrants in the Yokohama Treaty Port: The Construction of National Identity Chester Proshan, Bunka Women's University, Japan 0070 Immigration Dilemmas: Navigating Rough Waters Towards a Brave New Multicultural Japan Scott Ree, Den-en Chofu University, Japan 0001 Cross Cultural Perspective of Research Ethics in Southeast Asia Mary Ditton, University of New England, Australia

ACCS – Thursday Session 2 (Extended) – 14:45-16:45 – Matsu – Globalization 1/3 Session Chair: Chitha Unni 0029 ‘Brave New World’ Bridging the Divide through Collaboration Beyond Boundaries: An Examination of Ensuing Interdependence between the West and Africa in the 21st century Chukwunenye Clifford Njoku, University of Malaya, Malaysia 0041 Tourism as the Cultural Governance: Jiangs, Mainland Tourist and the (de)politicization of Cross-border Mobility Chun-Kai Woo, National Taiwan University, Taiwan 0125 Junior College Students' Views about Global Warming: Beliefs about Action, and Willingness to Act Kai-Ping Wang, Taiwan 0066 The Culture of Neoliberal Economy: A feature of Anglo-American Capitalism and What it does to Others. Chitha Unni, Chaminade University, United States

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Session 2 ACCS – Thursday Session 2 (Extended) – 14:45-16:45 – Kusu – Linguistics, Language and Cultural Studies 2/3 Session Chair: Christine Everaert 0009 Original or Western Imitation: The Case of Arab Theatre Abdulaziz Alabdullah, kuwait university, Kuwait 0015 Knowledge Transfer Process of Thai Traditional Drum by Local Philosophers Thuntuch Viphatphumiprathes, Dhurakij Pundit University, Thailand 0034 From Colonial to Cosmopolitan Visions: Detours in Contemporary Travel Theory Dinah Roma Sianturi, National University of Singapore, Singapore 0019 The Polarization of Hindi and Urdu Christine Everaert, North Carolina State University, United States

ACAS – Thursday Session 2 (Extended) – 14:45-16:45 – Sakura B – Indian and South Asian Studies 1/1 Session Chair: Tanya Jakimow 0081 Iran Studies: Lack of Comprehensive Approach Mahdi Farazi, Allameh Tabatabaei, Islamic Republic of Iran Raziyeh Keivan Ara, Allameh Tabatabaei, Islamic Republic of Iran 0026 Survival of the Fittest: An Eclectic Approach to Exploring the Motif of Globality in Pankaj Mishra's Selected Works Mohsen Masoomi, Islamic Azad University, Sanandaj Branch, I.R, Islamic Republic of Iran 0010 Examining the Regional Security Dynamics in the Persian Gulf in the Post-Saddam Era: The Case of Anti-Americanism Fatemeh Shayan, Tampere University, Finland 0024 Understanding Institutional Change and Persistence to Anticipate Future Livelihoods Tanya Jakimow, Commonwealth Science and Industrial Research Organization, Australia

ACCS/ACAS – Thursday Session 2 – 14:45-16:15 – Kiri – Subjectivities and Identities 1/1 Session Chair: Ahmad Merican 0013 Paternal Voices in Adoption Narratives and Chang-rae Lee's A Gesture Life Fu-jen Chen, National Sun Yat-sen University. Taiwan 0086 Searching for Malay Occidentalism: Views of the West, Nation and Self by the Malay World during the Colonial period Merican Ahmad Murad, Universiti Teknologi, Malaysia

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ACCS/ACAS Thursday Session 3 & Evening

ACAS – Thursday Session 3 – 16:30-17:30 – Kiku – Asian Studies Poster Session 0037 Where Everyone was Other: Jews in the Yokohama Treaty Port, 1859-1899 Chester Proshan, Bunka Women''s University, Japan 0055 Future Korean Urban Transformation as the Result of Integration of Urban Administrative District Hyeongkyu Cho, Changwon National University, Republic of Korea

ACP - Session 3: 17:00 – 18:00 – Sakura Media Education Foundation Film: Killing Us Softly 4

19:00 -21:00 Ticketed Conference Dinner: 5,000 JPY per person Come and join your fellow delegates on an evening out in a Japanese izakaya, with a good mix of food and drink to suit all tastes. The ticket price covers a set menu and free drinks for the duration of the meal Vegetarian Options Available

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ACCS/ACAS Friday Parallel Sessions Session 1 ACCS – Friday Session 1 – 9:00-10:30 – Sakura A – Cultural differences and stereotypes 2/2 Session Chair: Yu-Lun Chiu 0020 Redefining Kung Fu Body: The Spectacle of Kung Fu Panda Wayne Wong, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 0123 A PBL Case Study of Improving Special Educational Knowledge for Early Childhood College Students Yu-Lun Chiu, Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management, Taiwan Juan Chen-Ya, Hsin Sheng College of Medical Care and Management, Taiwan

ACCS – Friday Session 1 – 9:00-10:30 – Matsu – Queering culture 1/1 Session Chair: Dennis Chwen-der Lin 0021 Politics of Negotiation: Thai Gay Men's Appropriation of Public Space Jaray Singhakowinta, National Institute of Development Administration, Thailand 0046 Consumption Performativity, Deployment and Boycott Among Taiwanese Gay Men ----- A Critical Case Study of the ‘Chao Ge Phenomenon' Dennis Chwen-der Lin, Chinese Culture University (Taiwan), Taiwan

ACAS – Friday Session 1 (Extended) – 9:00-11:00 – Kiri - Chinese Studies 2/2 Session Chair: Sheng-Wen Hsieh 0068 A Study of the Parallel Passages of Hanshi Waizhuan 韓詩外傳 Found in Alfred Forke’s Translation of Lunheng 論衡 Pak-ka Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China 0082 A Study of Factors Influencing the Internet Usage: An Exploration of the Network Effects Yi-hsuan Chiang, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan Wen-jhan Jane, Shih Hsin University, Taiwan 0077 Design and Culture: A Critique of the Shanzai Phenomenon in China Ming Cheung, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 0083 Effects of Cognitive Styles on a Virtual Learning Companion System as an Adjunct to Classroom Instructions Sheng-Wen Hsieh, Far East University, Taiwan Min-Ping Wu, Far East University, Taiwan

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ACCS/ACAS Friday Parallel Sessions Session 2 ACCS – Friday Session 2 – 10:45-12:15 – Sakura A – Environment, space and place 2/3 Session Chair: Jocelyn Hazelwood Donlon 0038 Spatial Identity Formation, Tourism and Sustainable Development At A Peninsular Town Ulas Basar Gezgin, RMIT International University Vietnam, Vietnam 0061 A Study of the Memory of Place of Tadao Ando's Architecture Ping-Yu Tsai, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan Ching-I Wu, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan Cheng-Chih Liu, Chaoyang University of Technology, Taiwan 0059 "The Japanese Engawa: Borders of Difference" Jocelyn Hazelwood Donlon, Tokai University, Japan Jon Griffin Donlon (photographer), Tokai University, Japan

ACCS – Friday Session 2 (Extended) – 10:45-12:45 – Matsu – Subjectivities and identities 1/1 Session Chair: Andrzej Szahaj 0053 Growing up Australian: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Second Generation Vietnamese Youth in Australia Selina Tang, Curtin University, Australia 0091 Realizing the Imagined World -- Case Studies of Hong Kong Youths Visiting Japan on Cultural Pilgrimage Connie Cheng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China 0115 The Poor and the Media in Turkey: Looking at Each Other Emre Gokalp, Anadolu University, Turkey Hakan Ergul, Hacettepe University, Turkey Incilay Cangoz, Anadolu University, Turkey 0027 Good Community for a New Brave World Andrzej Szahaj, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland

ACCS – Friday Session 2 (Extended) – 10:45-12:45 – Kusu – Globalization 2/3 Session Chair: Alice Yeow 0090 Soka Gakkai in Hong Kong: Localizing a Japanese New Religion in the Chinese Soil Ka Shing Ng, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 0092 Popular Culture, History, and National Education Ching Lau, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 0075 From Slavery To Salary William Pascoe, University of Newcastle, Australia 0112 Feminist Aesthetics and the 'Art' of Cosmetic Surgery Alice Yeow, Curtin University of Technology, Australia

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ACAS – Friday Session 2 ([WHQGHG – 10:45-12:5 – Sakura B – South-East Asian Studies 1/3 Session Chair: Angela Frattarola 0072 At the Archbishop's Table: Food, Society and Status in 1950's Karl Ian Uy Cheng Chua, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines 0089 The Development of Fisher-folk's Livelihood Strategies: A Case Study of the Makassarese of Sulawesi in Indonesia Go Iwata, Kyoto University, Japan 0042 Where is My Bamboo Shoot? A Silent Question from Native People in Northern Lao PDR Werapong Mesathan, Thailand 0030 Fabricating the Past through Folklore in Ming Cher’s Spider Boys Angela Frattarola, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

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ACCS/ACAS Friday Parallel Sessions Session 3

ACCS – Friday Session 3 – 13:45-15:15 – Sakura A – Globalization 3/3 Session Chair: Ramaswami Harindranath 0069 Bollywood’s ‘Brave Old World’: The Retro Rage in Contemporary Hindi Cinema Suchitra Mathur, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India 0084 Cinema Audiences' Genre Preferences, Cultural Distance, and Linguistic Affinity Wayne Fu, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 0098 Reassessing Global Media Research: Post-colonial Interventions and Conjunctural Analyses Ramaswami Harindranath, University of Melbourne, Australia

ACCS – Friday Session 3 – 13:45-15:15 – Matsu – Linguistics, Language and Cultural Studies 3/3 Session Chair: Carla Pacis 0043 The Brave New Watery World of Tim Winton: Water, Boundaries and Difference in the Fiction of Tim Winton Jennifer Banyard, University of Western Australia, Australia 0082 The Impact of Politics in the Development of Contemporary African and Palestinian Literatures Ali Yigit, Kirklareli University, Turkey Mahmut Kaleli, Kirklareli University, Turkey 0050 Not All is Yummy: Food is Southeast Asian Literature Carla Pacis, De La Salle University, Philippines

ACCS – Friday Session 3 – 13:45-15:15 – Kusu – Environment, space and place 3/3 Session Chair: Sant Suwatcharapinun 0100 The Impact of Social Change on the Transformation in the Traditional Dwelling of Central Thailand Piyarat Mullard, King Mongkut Institute of Technology, Thailand 0039 Methodological Trouble: Re-Considering the Phenomenologist Exploration on the Identity of Thai Architecture Sant Suwatcharapinun, Chiang Mai University, Thailand

ACAS – Friday Session 3 – 13:45-15:15 – Sakura B – South-East Asian Studies 2/3 Session Chair: Wylma Samaranayake-Robinson 0043 Communal Political Paradigm after the 2008 Election in Malaysia Noriyuki Segawa, Osaka Gakuin University, Japan 0047 Thailand's Responses to CEDAW: 26 years of Women's Human Rights Kanyanattha Ittinitiwut, University of New South Wales, Australia 0004 Alternative Futures for Governance in Burma: 2040 Wylma Samaranayake-Robinson, University of Hawaii-Manoa, United States

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ACAS – Friday Session 3 – 13:30-15:00 – Kiri – Asian Studies: Health and Welfare 1/1 Session Chair: Nurhafizah Mohd Sukor 0061 Perceptions and Measurement of Family Welfare In Indonesia: A Qualitative Systematic Review Rina Herartri, National Family Planning Coordinating Board, Indonesia 0033 Welfare Effects of Access to Water Services in Cambodia Theara Horn, Osaka University, Japan 0041 The Whereabouts of Conducting Research in Malaysian Setting in Exploring Malay Mothers' Experiences of Having a Child With Cancer: Learning the Cultural Variation from the Past for the Practicality of the Future Nurhafizah Mohd Sukor, The University of Queensland, Australia

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ACCS/ACAS Friday Parallel Sessions Session 4 ACCS – Friday Session 4 – 15:30-17:00 – Sakura A – Constructions of self and other 1/1 Session Chair: Jerry Varsava 0047 Creating Nationalism: Representations of the Japanese in Australian Texts Based on the Kokoda Track Erika K. Smith, University of Western Sydney, Australia 0129 Japan in Taiwan’s Contemporary Cinema Yin C. Chuang, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan 0012 "Ha Jin's Late Chinese Novels and the Politics of Self and Other" Jerry Varsava, University of Alberta, Canada

ACCS – Friday Session 4 – 15:30-17:00 –Matsu – Contested spaces 1/1 Session Chair: Elaine Campbell 0051 What Lies Within: Mis-recognition in Hong Kong's Cityscape Bidisha Banerjee, Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong 0136 Debunking a Myth or Empowering an Idea: Chinese Sphygmology in Arabic Medicine M. A. Mujeeb Khan, The University of Tokyo, Japan 0011 Spaces of Desecration: Performing the City and Choreographing the Urban Elaine Campbell, Newcastle University, United Kingdom

ACCS – Friday Session 4 – 15:30-17:00 – Kusu – Gender and sexuality 1/1 Session Chair: Helene Duerlinger 0031 Postmodern Sex and Love in Murakami Haruki’s Norwegian Wood Yat-him Michael Tsang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong 0101 Transnational "doing gender" and "doing ethnicity/race" co-constructed by Early Childhood Teachers from the Border Region Luxembourg/Germany Helene Duerlinger, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

ACAS – Friday Session 4 – 15:30-17:00 – Sakura B – Japanese Studies 1/1 Session Chair: Michael Sakamoto 0054 Between Original and Host Societies: the Reconstructed Past of Picture Brides Enyu Lin, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan 0003 “Imagined Innocence Lost: The Performance of Post-Indigeneity in Hosoe Eikoh and Hijikata Tatsumi’s Kamaitachi” Michael Sakamoto, Goddard College, United States

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17:00 – 17:30 – Kiku Closing Remarks

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ACAS Virtual Presentation

0022 Finding the Path for the Deltaic Eco-city: Orchard settlement in Bangkok and its vicinity Terdsak Tachakitkachorn, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand

ACCS Virtual Presentation 0083 Performing Landscapes of Identity Production in Dislocated (Non) Places Eduardo Barros-Grela, Universidade da Coruna, Spain

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A-­‐Z INDEX  OF  AUTHORS     Alabdullah, Abdulaziz Ara, Raziyeh Keivan Aziz, Azliana Banerjee, Bidisha Banyard, Jennifer Barros-Grela, Eduardo Buxbaum, Lara Campbell, Elaine Cangoz, Incilay Chan, Pak-ka Chen-Ya, Juan Chen, Fu-jen Cheng Chua, Karl Ian Uy Cheng, Connie Cheung, Ming Chiang, Yi-hsuan Chiou, Yen-bin Chiu, Yu-Lun Cho, Hyeongkyu Chuang, Yin C. Damrongchai, Nareenoot Ditton, Mary Donlon, Jocelyn Hazelwood Donlon, Jon Griffin Duerlinger, Helene Ergul, Hakan Estevez-Saa, Jose Manuel Everaert, Christine Farazi, Mahdi Frattarola, Angela Frenkiel, Emilie Fu, Wayne Gezgin, Ulas Basar Gokalp, Emre Hamzah, Azizah Hamzah, Azizah Harindranath, Ramaswami Herartri, Rina Horn, Theara Hsieh, Sheng-Wen Huang, Tsung-huei Huang, Tsung-yi Michelle Husarik, Stephen Ittinitiwut, Kanyanattha Iwata, Go Jakimow, Tanya Jakubowski, Marek Jane, Wen-jhan Kaleli, Mahmut Khan, M. A. Mujeeb Lau, Ching Leung, Nancy Ling Sze Lin, Dennis Chwen-der Lin, Enyu Liu, Cheng-Chih Martin, Marcos Pablo Centeno Masoomi, Mohsen Mathur, Suchitra Merican, Amad Mesathan, Werapong Morgado, Marcia Mullard, Piyarat Ng, Ka Shing Njoku, Chukwunenye Clifford Pacis, Carla Pascoe, William Proshan, Chester Proshan, Chester Ree, Scott Reilly, Andrew Rugwongwan,Yanin Rybalko, Svitlana Sakamoto, Michael

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