Date and Time
Date: 23 March 2018 – 18 May 2018 (every Friday) (No lesson on 30 March and 6 April)
Time: 7:00PM – 8:30PM (7 lectures in total)
This series of talks aims at introducing the history of Chinese coinage as well as the trade development of the countries along the ancient Silk Road. The lecturer will also display a number of artifacts to enhance students’ understanding of the topic. This lecture series is free of charge. Anyone interested in this topic is welcome to join.
|23 March||1. The Origin of Chinese Coins: From Shang to Pre Qin|
|13 April||2. The Coinage of Qin-Han and Inner Asia Countries|
|20 April||3. The Economy of Northern and Southern dynasties|
|25 April (Wed)||4. The Monetary Reform during Sui-Tang and the Silk Road Trade|
|4 May||5. Song Dynasty and the Maritime Silk Road|
|11 May||6. The Coinage in Mongolian Empire and Yuan Dynasty|
|18 May||7. The Economic History of China during Ming and Qing dynasties|
Mr. Francis Li
Fellow, Royal Asiatic Society of Britain & Ireland
Academic Director of Savantas Liberal Arts Academy
B.A. (Hons.) in Philosophy, Chinese University of Hong Kong
Flats A-B, 11/F, China Overseas Building, 139 Hennessy Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong
Medium of Instruction
Please submit your registration here. Seats are limited on a first-come-first-served basis.
SLAA reserves the right to change or modify the content of this course outline.