Southern University of Science and Technology (SUSTech) is a public university founded in the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone of China.
SUSTech offers an unparalleled learning and research experience at the scientific and technological frontiers.
SUSTech offers unprecedented opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to work alongside the faculty to explore and tackle both fundamental and practical problems.
The Global Engagement Office (GEO) is responsible for forming and implementing a coherent strategy to promote the University’s international development and global profile.
The undergraduate admission of SUSTech adopts comprehensive evaluation enrollment mode based on national college entrance examination.The graduate admission of SUSTech currently adopts joint training mode.
The main duties of SUSTCEF is to accept the donations from the domestic and foreign associations, enterprises, trading companies and individuals, and establish the funding projects depending on the demands of the university and the wishes of the donors.
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Prof. WANG graduated from the Chinese Department at Nanjing University in 1985 and received his Ph.D. from Nagoya University’s Graduate School of International Development in 2001. He also serves as a researcher at the Xue-heng Institute for Advance Studies, Nanjing University, Vice-director of the Professional Committee of Disaster Anthropology at the Southwest Nationalities Society of China, and is a member of the Special International Communication Committee of the Japanese Folklore Society. His research focuses on memories of war and disaster, the theory and practice of cultural heritage protection, Sino-Japanese comparative cultural history, and the theory and history of folklore. He teaches Study of Sino-foreign Cultural Memory, Contemporary Japanese Popular Culture and other courses at SUSTech. His major publications include Historical Consciousness of Modern Japan (Haga Shoji et al., Japanese, 2018), Folklore and Modern Society (2012), and Comparative Cultural History of Documentation and Memory (Haga Shoji et al., Japanese, 2005), as well as a number of articles published in major journals.