Professor, Ph.D., Fudan University
Research Interests: Sino-Japan-US Relations; Maritime strategy studies
Tel(o): (21) 55664834
1. Academic Activities
•Academic discussion with French sociology scholar Jean-Luc Domenach, regarding the possibility and potential issues for China and Japan to learn from the reconcilement of France and Germany
•Academic discussion with Professor Daniel Sabbagh from CERI, regarding the comparative research on nationalism.
•Hosted a special seminar, Comparative Research on Chinese and Japanese Nationalisms, at Dickinson College, USA.
•Academic discussion with Professor Francis Fukuyama from Johns Hopkins, U.S.A regarding comparative relations research on Sino-U.S.A.-Japan.
•Hosted a special seminar, the Development of Nationalism in China and Japan, and Its Impact on China-Japan Relationship, in Waseta University and Tokyo University, Japan.
•Hosted a series of special seminars in Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, Fudan University, China. The topics are, the Understanding of China-Japan Relationship by International Society, Comparative Research on Post-War history liquidation between Japan and Germany, Development of National Strategy in Japan after the War and Its Impact on China-Japan Relationship, the Root of Nationalism in China, Japan and the Solutions.
•Received National Sun Pinghua Research Prize for Japanese Studies 2005, at People’s Grand Conference Hall, Beijing. Made a speech New Conservatism Trend in Japan and Its Impact on Sino-Japan Relationship at the prize ceremony.
(1)The Ideology and Practice of the modern Japanese China Policy, Shanghai Academia Press, October 2003.
(2)2006 China Report of International Status: Annual Analysis, Renmin Press, Beijing, China, 378 Pages, May 2006. (collective)
(3)2007 China Report of International Status: Annual Analysis, Renmin Press, Beijing, China, 343 Pages, January 2007. (collective)
(4)2008 China Report of International Status: Annual Analysis, Renmin Press, Beijing, China, 343 Pages, January 2008. (collective)
(5)The Theory Action of “Asianism”. And “Alienation from Asia and Integration into Europe” thoughts (Japanese version), Meidoku Press (Japan), 2007.
(6)The Ideology and Practice of the Japanese China Policy –After Cold War, Xinhua Press, October 2009.
(1) Yito Hirobumi’s Understanding of China and the China Policy, a collection of master degree papers of the Center for Japanese Studies, Beijing Foreign Language University, 1995.
(2) The Formulation of Japanese Economic Policy toward China in the later Meiji Period, Collections of the Japanese Studies, 96-1, published by the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University.
(3) The Conceiving of the Japanese Economic Policy toward China in the Meiji Period, Japanese History, No. 593, October 1997, published by Yosigawa Kobunkan (Japan).
(4)A Discussion of the New Relationship between the U.S. and the NATO Countries, Renmin Daily, May 24, 1999.
(5)Chapter of “ Japanese Economic Foreign Relations in the Era of Globalization”, Japanese Foreign Relations in the Era of Globalization, a project of the Center for Japanese Studies supported by the Japan Foundation.
(6)The Historical Links between Japan and Taiwan, Collections of Japanese Studies, 1999-2, published by the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University.
(7)An Explanation on the Driving Force and Resistance Behind the Global Integration of the Japanese Economy, International Survey, No.2, 2001, published by the Institute of International Studies, Shanghai International Studies University.
(8) A Study on Japanese China Policy in Economics and Politics, PhD dissertation, Department of International Politics, Fudan University, July 2002.
(9)The New Development Stage of Sino-Japan Relations (by Kozima Tomoyuki), translated edition, Collections of Japanese Studies, 2001-1, published by the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University.
(10)The Downfall of the Oguti Cabinet---the end for Zimin Party Politics?, by ProfessorKitaoka Siniti of the Tokyo University, translated edition.
(11) Gains and Losses of the Japanese Economy in the Era of Globalization, Studies on World Economy, October 2002.
(12)A Comparison of Global Culture Styles in the Era of Globalization, The Asia-Pacific Forum, Sep. 2003.
(13)China, Japan and ASEAN in the Process of the East Asian Cooperation, Studies on World Economy, October 2003.
(14)Prospects and Countermeasures for the Sino-Japan FTA, The Studies on World Economy, August 2004.
(15)The Strategic Cultural Basis for the U.S.-Japan Alliance and the Japanese China Policy, Collections of Japanese Studies, 2004-6, published by the Center for Japanese Studies, Fudan University.
(16)New Japanese History Textbooks and the new Tendency of Japanese Society, Shanghai Xinmin Evening Post, Sep.3, 2004.
(17)New Japanese History Textbooks and the Influence on Sino-Japanese Relations, International Survey, No.9, 2004, published by the Institute of International Studies, Shanghai Foreign Studies University.
(18)Policy Comparison of the U.S. and Japan toward China—From the Regional Points of View, Toward Pacific, Oct. 2004.
(19)The Development of China-Japan Nationalism and the Influence on China During the Post-World War II Period, Mao Ze Dong, Deng Xiao Ping Theory Studies, P18~22, Aug. 2005.
(20)Strategic Ideology Improvement and Influences of Japan in the Post-Cold War Period, International Survey ,P22~26,Sep.2005.
(21)Policy comparison of the U.S. and Japan toward China—From the Regional Points of View, Social Sciences Study, No.2005(10), P26~30, Oct. 2005.
(22)China’s Peaceful Rising and its Foreign Policy, International Relations Studies, P40~46, 2006-4.
(23)The U.S-Japan Alliance and its Influence on Sino-U.S.A-Japan Relations – A View From Strategic and National Interests, Journal of Shanghai University, No.2006 (12), P18~22, December 2006.
(24)Ideology Analysis of “the Strategic Benefits of Sino-Japanese Relations”, International Survey, P25~28, 2006-12.
(25)The East Sea Oil Issues and the Status of the Diaoyu Islands Territorial Dispute, International Issues Post, No.2006 (15), P18~22, Sep. 2006.
(26)A Comparative Study of the Energy Cooperation Model - E.U and the East Asia Community, International Issues Post, No.2006 (20), P21~24, Oct. 2006.
(27)The History Problem and the American Role in the Sino-Japanese History Dispute, Japan Studies, Jan.2007.
(28)The U.S-Japan Alliance and its Influence on Sino-U.S.A.-Japan Relations, Shanghai University Reports, Mar. 2007.
(29)History Textbook：on the French-German Model and China-Japan ModeL，Japaness Studies,No.3,2010。
(30)History Textbook and Historical Reconciliation, Historical Review,No.3,2010。
(31)Regionalism and Reconciliation: A Comparison of the French-German and Chinese-Japanese Model，Peace &Conflict,September 02, 2010 , www.monitor.upeace.org.etc.
1)Projects in China
(1)The Transition of Development of the Japanese foreign policy; Shanghai Social Sciences Academy, 2003. I am completely responsible for the project.
(2)Comparison of Three Japanese Territorial Disputes, Shanghai Municipal Key Project, 2004. I am responsible for the part, “Japanese policy on the Diaoyu Islands and its Impact on the Sino-Japanese Relations”.
(3)The East-Asia cooperation and its impact on the Sino-Japan relations,National Social Science Foundation,2005.(Partial participant)
(4)The Japanese strategic culture and its impact on the foreign policy, Shanghai Social Sciences Academy Key Project,2007.
(5)The role and impact of Overseas Chinese and the nongovernmental diplomacy, Shanghai Overseas theory studies centre,2008.
(6)The Japanese Sea Issues Study,China Ocean studies centre,2008.
(7)The East China Sea issues study, China Ocean studies centre,2010.
(8)TheAlliance of Maritime Nations of The United States and Japan,and its impact on China, National Social Science Foundation,2010.
(9) The East China Sea issues study, China Ocean studies centre,2012.
(10) The maritime security and China Sea Power strategy studies, Shanghai Municipal Social Science Foundation, 2012.
2) Overseas Projects
(1)Japanese Political History Fellowship; Tokyo University, The Japan Foundation，03/1994 –09/1994
(2)Research Exchange for Sino-French Scholars; Studied French at Alliance Française des
Lyon, France; French State Culture Elite Project, France. 08/2003
(3)Cooperative research; hosted special seminars on Comparative Research on
Sino-U.S.-Japan Nationalisms,” Dickinson College, USA. Fulbright Foundation, USA. 04/2005.
(4)The History Education Cooperative Study of China and Japan, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan,03/2007 .
(5)The History Education Cooperative Study of China and Japan, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan, 03/2008 .
(6)Visiting scholar, Regionalism and Reconciliation: A Comparison of the French-German and Chinese-Japanese Model, Sciences Po( Institut d'Etudes Poltiques de Paris),France,2007.
(7)Visiting scholar, Soka University,Japan, 2009.
(8)Visiting scholar, Waseda University,Japan,2014-2015.
(9)Visiting scholar, Fairbank Centre for Chinese Studies, Harvard University,U.S.A,2018-2019.