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ANU Australian Centre on China in the World presents

Surveying the quality of life in Wuhan city, China

Public seminar


When:

9th February 2017
4-5.30pm

Where:

Seminar Room A, China in the World Building (188), Fellows Lane, ANU

Speakers:

Changcheng Zhou, Luojia Distinguished Professor of Wuhan University

Cost:

Free

This presentation will, first of all, summarise the development and current situation of research on the quality of life in China. It will then introduce a survey on subjective quality of life conducted in Wuhan City. It will consider the and theoretical framework and methodology of this research. Finally, it will explore perspectives of studies on the quality of life in China.

About the Speaker

Changcheng Zhou, PhD, is the Luojia Distinguished Professor of Wuhan University and the Director of Center for Quality of Life Studies at Wuhan University. His research interests include economic sociology, social development and quality of life, and the sociology of transitional societies.

After the Seminar

To allow for informal discussion, the seminar will be followed by a dinner with the guest speaker at 6:15pm. The location of the restaurant will be announced at the seminar. All are welcome, though those who attend will need to pay for their own food and drinks. As reservations must be made at the restaurant, please RSVP by noon of the day before the seminar to jasmine.lin@anu.edu.au

The ANU China Seminar Series is supported by the China Institute, the Research School of Asia and the Pacific, and the Australian Centre on China in the World at The Australian National University.

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