Message from the Directors

 Welcome to the Centre for Chinese Research

Founded in 1992, the CCR is the University of British Columbia’s hub for academic research on China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macao, and the greater Chinese-speaking world.

The Centre’s central mission is to promote Chinese research, broadly defined. UBC is fortunate to count among its faculty leading Sinologists (Chinese studies specialists), as well as researchers in fields such as forestry, law, business, and medicine whose research engages substantially with Chinese populations and territories. The Centre enhances UBC’s research capacities in these areas by supporting professional researchers and their students, as well as by hosting visitors from other institutions. The Centre also makes Chinese research accessible to the public through events, publications, and other forms of outreach.

The Centre for Chinese Research embraces the public mission of its host institution, UBC, by making research about China and the Chinese-speaking world available to the broader community.

The Centre entered its 26th year in 2017, and we hope that you will support the CCR’s mission by joining our outstanding network of scholars, students, staff, and community members. Tuum est!

Dr. Timothy Cheek

Co-Director, Centre for Chinese Research
Professor, Institute of Asian Research and Department of History

(On his sabbatical during 2017 Winter Session)

 

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Dr. Josephine Chiu-Duke
Co-Director, Centre for Chinese Research
Associate Professor, Department of Asian Studies

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dr. Leo Shin
Co-Director, Centre for Chinese Research
Associate Professor, Department of Asian Studies & Department of History