Influences of Confucianism on Chinese Businesses and Consumers
February 3 @ 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM - STEW 206
Featuring Professor FU Yongju of Qufu Normal University, China
For centuries, Confucianism has infl uenced ethical, philosophical, political, and religious systems in China. It is the cornerstone of the Chinese society and culture. Dr. FU Yongju of Qufu Normal University will discuss Confucius teachings and their relevance to understanding China’s rise and role in today’s global economy and the behaviors of contemporary Chinese businesses and consumers in the global marketplace. From a cultural and philosophical perspective, Dr. FU will address the many aspects of a market that is increasingly and rapidly intertwined with our own.
Dr. FU Yongju is professor of Chinese History, Philosophy and Confucian Studies at Qufu Normal University in Qufu, China, the birthplace of Confucius. He was inaugural director of Confucius Research Institute in China (1996-2009) and has lead-authored a 21-volume book series Study on Confucianism in 20th Century. Dr. FU is lead researcher of several high-profi le projects including Confucianism and its Modern Implications, and Humanistic Olympics and Confucian Canon all funded by the National Social Science Foundation of China. He speaks frequently at international events in Japan, South Korea and Taiwan. In 2008 he was a visiting scholar at the Confucius Institute at the University of Maryland and delivered a speech, Confucian Studies in 20th Century China, at the Library of Congress.
Purdue University China Center, Offi ce of International Programs
Confucius Institute at Purdue
Center on Religion and Chinese Society
Center for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)
Krannert School of Management
College of Health and Human Sciences
For more information, please contact: Dr. Liping Cai, Professor and Director Purdue University China Center (765) 494 8384, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Dr. Liping Cai
- (765) 494 8384