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Xiaoge Xu from Ningbo, China wrote on 1st October 2019 at 1:46 am:
Hello, everyone. This is Xiaoge Xu, currently working at University of Nottingham Ningbo China. I am planning to propose a panel on mobile experience in the context of mobile-assisted Chinese language learning. This panel focuses on locating different conceptualisations and operationalisations of mobile experience in learning Chinese among native speakers of different languages or in different environments as well as factors that shape similarities and differences. The panel also includes tips and success factors for instructors and learners of Chinese on how to enhance mobile learning experience. Most importantly, this panel is designed to share the knowledge and skills on how to take full advantage of features and functions of mobile devices and apps to enhance mobile experience in learning Chinese, a unique, memorable, and beneficial way of learning Chinese. Please submit your abstract to me before December 15, 2019.
Chang Liu from Heidelberg wrote on 28th August 2019 at 10:13 pm:
Dear colleagues, This is Chang Liu writing from Heidelberg University. I used to live in Beijing and work at the French Embassy in China to handle France's music diplomacy in China. Right now I am working on an dissertation that examines the cultural work that European and American musical waste did in China and its social, political, and environmental implications. I'd be interested in getting to know colleagues working on related topics, and perhaps teaming up for a panel that addresses issues related to waste, pollution (either physical or spiritual), and environmental justice in China. Best, Chang