MARITIME SILK ROAD: CROSS CULTURE EXCHANGE AND LEGACY IN ASIA

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Organizers:

Center forChinese Archaeology, Peking University

ZhejiangInstitute of Archaeology

China National Silk Museum

China Tea Museum

Tips

Honored guests,

Welcometo attend the symposium: MARITIME SILKROAD: CROSS CULTURE EXCHANGE AND LEGACY IN ASIA in Hangzhou.

Hereare several tips:

Hotel:

West Lake Hillview International Hotel

Add.:No.37 Lianhua Feng Rd, Jade Emperor Mountain,Hangzhou, ZhejiangProvince

Tel.: 0571-87379999

◆The room for organizing committee: No.1403

◆Tips:

1.Mealtime: breakfast 7:00, lunch 12:00, anddinner 17:30.

2. Meal place: Buffet: 2nd floor, “Languifang

Muslim meal: 1st floor, “Juhuatai

3. The room has been booked. If there is a need to change, pleasecontact the hotel directly.

4. Please make sure the phone is turned off or placed in a silentstate when attending the meeting;

5. Please take our vehicle at the visiting day;

6. If there are any specific requirements,please contact us in advance;

7. The room will be checked out on the morning of Oct. 29. Pleasehand the room card to the reception counter before leaving. If your stay to be extended,please contact us.


DAY1: 25 Oct.

Time

Content

Place

Whole day

Registration

Lobby of Hillview International Hotel

11:30-13:00

Lunch

Buffet: 2nd floor,

  “Languifang

Muslim meal: 1st floor,

 “Juhuatai

17:30-18:30

Dinner

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

Muslim meal: 1st floor,

 “Juhuatai

 

 

DAY 2: 26 Oct.

Time

Content

Place

9:10-9:15

Opening ceremony

Host: Xu Tianjin

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

 

Panel 1: Silkand Textile trade

Proceedings

Time

Content

 

 

9:15-9:20

Moderator: Prof. Claudio Zanier

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

1

9:20-9:50

Zhao Feng (director of China National Silk Museum):

Xiyang Bu: A Preliminary Study of Cotton Textiles on the Maritime Silk Road in the 16th Century

2

9:50-10:20

Aki Yamakawa (Curator, Kyoto National Museum):

Silk among Buddhism Communication in Song and Yuan Dynasties

 

10:20-10:35

10:35-10:40

Break

Moderator: Prof. Zhao Feng

3

10:40-11:10

Claudio Zanier (Professor, University of Pisa):

Filippo Sassetti and Francesco Carletti: Two Italian Tradesmen on the Maritime Silk Road at the End of 16th Century

4

 11:10-11:40

Sandra Sardjono (Visiting Scholar, Leiden University of Area Studies):

Tracing Patterns: Java's International Milleu in the 8th and 9th Centuries.

5

11:40-12:10

Birgitte Samsøe Crawfurd(Independent scholar, Copenhagen):

Early Cross-Cultural Exchange on the Maritime Silk Road(s) Between the Mediterranean Sea and Asia

6

12:10-12:30

Free talk

7

12:30-13:30

Lunch

Buffet:

2nd floor,

Languifang

 

Muslim meal: 1st floor,

Juhuatai

 

Panel 2: The Ceramic Route;

Proceedings

Time

Content

Place

 

14:00-14:05

Moderator: Prof. Li Jianan

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

1

14:05-14:35

Qin Dashu (Professor, School of Archaeology & Museology, Peking University):

Game Theory Analysis: Ceramics Exporting Wayin 9-10 Centuries

2

14:35-15:05

Yuba Tadanori (Professor, Kyoto Tachibana University):

Samarkand’s Bride: Chinese Blue-and-White Porcelain in Uzbekistan

3

15:05-15:35

Zheng Jianming (Zhejiang Institute of Archaeology):

Celadon of Zhejiang Province Overseas

 

15:35-15:50

Break

4

 15:50-16:20

Edwards MCKINNON (Scholar, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore):

Zheng He and Coastal Sites of Lamreh, Indonesia

5

16:20-16:50

Li Baoping (China Studies Centre, The University of Sydney):

Chinese ceramic storage jars of the maritime Silk Road: their significance and a few issues

6

16:50-17:10

Free talk

7

17:30-18:30

dinner

Buffet:

2nd floor,

Languifang

 

Muslim meal:

1st floor,

Juhuatai

 

DAY 3: 27 Oct.

Time

Content

Place

9:00-10:00

Visiting

Lingyin Temple

10:20-12:00

Visiting

Tea Museum

12:00-13:30

Lunch

Zunshengtang

14:00-15:00

Visiting

Zhejiang Provincial Museum

15:40-16:40

Visiting

Silk Museum

17:00-18:30

Dinner

Nanshan restaurant

 

 

DAY 4: 28 Oct.

Panel 3     The Tea trade;

Proceedings

Time

Content

Place

 

9:00-9:05

Moderator: Zheng Peikai

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

1

9:05-9:35

Cheng Qikun (honorary president of China International Tea Culture Research Association):

The Maritime Tea Road and its Influence to the World

2

9:35-10:05

Kodomari Shigehiro (Hukuroi Tea Culture Association):

Japanese Tea among the Trend

3

10:05-10:35

Free talk

4

10:35-10:50

Break

5

10:50-10:55

Moderator: Cheng Qikun

6

10:55-11:20

Zheng Peikai (Chinese Cultural Center, City University of Hong Kong):

Chinese Ceramics Exporting and Early Globalization

7

 11:20-11:50

Wang Jianrong (curator of China Tea Museum):

Shanghai’s Ups and Downs in Modern Tea Trade along the Maritime Silk Road

8

11:50-12:20

Free talk

9

12:20-13:30

Lunch

Buffet:

2nd floor,

Languifang

 

Muslim meal:

1st floor,

Juhuatai

 

 

Panel 4    Esoteric Buddhism

Proceedings

Time

Content

Place

 

14:00-14:05

Moderator: Prof. Luo Shiping

1st floor,

 “Jinshanting

1

14:05-14:35

Fazal Dad Kakar, Ph.D (Director General of Department of Archaeology and Museums, Ministry of National Heritage, Pakistan):

The Spread of Buddhism from Gandhara Region to Ancient China

2

14:35-15:05

Nidaullah Sehrail (Curator, Peshawar Museum, Pakistan):

Buddhist Gandhara: Foreign Influences in Recent Discoveries

3

15:05-15:35

Sanjay Garg (The National Archives of India):

Monetary Networks and Trade on the Ancient Maritime Silk Route

 

15:35-15:50

Break

4

 15:50-16:20

Suzanne Louise Campion Crawford (Lifestyle consultant):

Salt of the Earth

5

16:20-16:50

Bindu Urugodawatte:

The Influence of Silk Road on Sri Lankan Buddhist Art and Architecture

6

16:50-17:10

Free talk

7

17:30-18:30

Dinner

Buffet:

2nd floor,

Languifang

 

Muslim meal:

1st floor,

Juhuatai

 

 

DAY 5: 29 Oct.

Departure