标题: [CSSA-CAM] 【华人篮球联赛+篮球QQ群+科学与 人文论坛】No.36

作者: Yizhou Xu 徐一舟

日期: 2013-02-20


亲爱的会员:

 

本邮件主要内容有:

1. GCA第一届华人篮球联赛比赛

2. 剑桥篮球QQ

3. 科学与人文论坛

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1.GCA第一届华人篮球联赛比赛】

时间:20132月至3

地点:Victoria地铁站附近

报名截止:2013222

报名链接:https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1hqizgPopXz6hGH0oz2HjedNa2h_aXvJ_cCwHzNASzqk/viewform

费用:每场比赛,参赛双方各出50磅以平摊场地等费用

如有疑问请联系张君豪jz352

 

         GCA第一届伦敦华人篮球联赛旨在增强各高校留学生之间的联络交流,让爱好篮球的同学们也拥有自己的联赛。联赛将由10支球队组成(牛津学联等),大部分球队由各学校球队组成,个别球队由在伦敦工作的华人组成。每支队伍将参加9场比赛。9场比赛的时间定为每周日下午12点至4点。

    这次比赛,剑桥学联预计派出至少为8人的参赛队伍。如报名人数过多,可组织多个剑桥分队参赛(每分队人数不少于8人),比赛时间为9个星期。联赛开始后,名单不能进行补充或者更改;未经报名的球员,不得出场比赛。每场比赛,参赛双方各出50磅以平摊场地等费用。

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2.【剑桥篮球QQ群】

想在剑桥组织篮球活动,或参与打球的同学,请加QQ284780030。加群后请把群名片改成真名+专业+学院,以便互相交流。

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3.【科学与人文论坛】

时间:224 周日3-5pm

地点:Erasmus Room, Queens' College old court, near the Old kitchen. Contact 07789549660 if you have any problem finding the room)

 

         本期的剑桥科学人文论坛邀请了来自不同学术背景(社会科学,建筑,工程)的演讲者。演讲题目迥异,但共同指向了社会生活的复杂性和多面性。在这期的论坛中,我们将会看到政治与经济,经济与城市,城市与建筑,建筑与交通,交通与个人之间微妙的关系。学术价值之余,本期的演讲又都具有相当重要的现实意义。在当下的中国,大型央企与中小企业的关系不仅是经济问题,也是政治难题;作为中国未来经济发展的重要动力,城市化的发展在追求速度之余,又会对人们的生活产生怎样的影响?面对未来社会的严重老龄化,我们的城市该怎样去迎合老年人的需求?欢迎大家参与本期论坛,与演讲嘉宾们共同探讨这些话题。

         第一组演讲嘉宾将为大家介绍中国大型央企的管理和中小型企业的政治资本。两个演讲都将涉及“人事”这一在中国当代企业发展中至关重要的环节。值得关注的是,两位演讲者的研究深入探讨了经济与政治的互相关联和作用,为我们了解当今中国政治经济生态提供了难能可贵的视角。

 

1)Li, Chen 黎晨

Phd in Development Studies, University of Cambridge

 

Title: The nomenklatura system and the governance of China's large centrally-controlled enterprises “名单体制”及中国大型央企的管理

 

Despite many predictions of comprehensive privatization, Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has managed to sustain a vast state-controlled industrial system since the early 1990s. At the core of this system is a batch of large business groups and financial institutions directly controlled by the central state (labeled here as large centrally-controlled enterprises/large CCEs). This talk discusses the relations between the party, the state and large CCEs in China by examining how the nomenklatura system has served as the Party's adaptive 'visible hand' in governing large CCEs under the new circumstances of market oriented reform and opening up.

 

 

2Xie, Sujuan 谢素娟

PhD in sociology, University of Cambridge

 

Title: The political capital of Chinese firms and its impact on their

performance: study of publically listed small-and-medium sized enterprises

中国公司的政治资本以及其对公司业绩的影响 -- 基于对上市中小企业的经验研究

 

The development of Chinese small-and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) is subject to the gradual economic reform that China’s central government has been promoting since late 1970s. During the economic reform, market is allowed to grow as the planning system continues to operate. This unique feature of China’s economic reform has set a big challenge for Chinese SMEs that are mostly owned by private entrepreneurs. What are their strategies to thrive in a market where most assets are still owned by state? At the forum, I will be presenting the findings to this question that I have got under current study.

 

第二组来自建筑系和土木工程系的演讲者将为大家介绍城市的建筑和交通设施对城市居住者的影响。他们的研究展示了在城市生活中,物质,结构,历史,美学以及城市居民的生活之间复杂而有趣的互动。人创造了城市;城市也制约和影响着人的生活。在城镇化大发展的背景下,城市研究又为我们提供了哪些灵感和启示呢?

 

3)Wan, Li 万励

PhD in architecture, University of Cambridge

 

Title: Architecture of the City 城市的建筑 You may not realize that the urban space we live in follows some underlying patterns. These distinctive patterns affect our living in unique and significant ways. In this talk,I would like to offer some insights into two questions: 1) What is architecture and what is city; 2) How we perceive cities from a spatial perspective.

 

4)Cheng, Tsu-Jui �祖睿

PhD candidate, Accessibility Research Group, Department of Civil, Environmental and Geomatic Engineering, UCL

 

Stumbling in later life: The impact of the built environment on older pedestrians 老年人为何会跌倒?人行道环境对年长行人的出行影响

 

Falls are one of the major physical health problems among older people but to date we know very little about environmental risk factors of outdoor falls on the pavement. As the world population is ageing, accessible pedestrian environment is becoming an emerging issue, and therefore understanding effects of the pedestrian environment on walking behaviour will help us eliminate environmental hazards for falling and encourage active ageing.

 

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Yizhou Xu

CSSA-CAM Secretary

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