Deputy Director of the Center participates in the Second International Congress of Studies on China
Between September 26 and 28, the Second International Congress of China Studies (II CIECH) “Religiosities and Literature and Contemporary Chinese and Latin American Relations” took place in San José, Costa Rica. The event was organized by Universidad de Costa Rica, as well as the Confucius Institute, the Latin and (Hispanic) Americanist Academic Network on Sinological Studies, and the Revista Internacional de Estudios Asiáticos at the same university, with the collaboration of the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Costa Rica, Renmin University in China, and the Center for Language Education and Cooperation within the Chinese Ministry of Education.
At the conference José Carlos Feliciano Nishikawa, Deputy Director of the Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies at Universidad del Pacífico, gave a presentation on the main characteristics of China’s digital economy in China as part of the track corresponding to contemporary China.
The conference set out to analyze Chinese beliefs and literature, as well as China’s relations with Latin America, from different perspectives, with a focus on the various cultural expressions of beliefs, religion and literature, the country’s contemporary political and economic project, its international relations, and its role in global governance.
Renowned experts from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Spain, the United States, France, Italy, Mexico, and Peru also took part in the event.