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Basic Data
NAME
Liu, Sun-chi
TITLE
Research Fellow

DIVISION

Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society
E_mail
liusc@nccu.edu.tw
EDUCATION
  • Visiting Scholar, Stanford University
  • Visiting Scholar, Columbia University
  • Ph.D., East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University
  • M.A., East Asian Studies, National Chengchi University
  • B.A., Department of History, National Taiwan University
WORKING EXPERIENCES
  • Research Fellow and Chair, Division of Mainland Chinese Economy and Society, Institute of International Relations, National Chengchi University
  • Visiting Professor, School of Education, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
  • Visiting Research Fellow, Institute of East Asian Political Economy, National University of Singapore
  • Adjunct Professor, Graduate Institute of China Studies, Tamkang University.
  • Adjunct Professor, Graduate Institute of China Studies, Chinese Culture University.
  • Visiting Associate Professor, Department of Chinese Studies, Keimyung University, South Korea.
  • Adjunct Associate Professor, General Education, National Chengkung University.
RESEARCH FIELD
  • Mainland China's Cultural and Educational Affairs
  • Mainland China's Social Affairs
  • Party and Politics in China
  • Social Science Methodology
  • Singapore
  • Korea and Taiwan Studies
PUBLICATIONS
 
I. Joural Articles  
  1. *“An Appraisal of China’s Culture Policy,” Proceedings of the Conference on China Policy in the New Century, (December 2007), pp.351-364.
  2. *“Educational Reform in China from 1978 to 2006,” Bulletin of the National Institute of Education Resources and Research, No.32 (December 2006), pp.61-88.
  3. *“Contact, Conflict and Adaption Type of China and the West Civilization,” National University of Kaohsiung Law Journal, Vol.2, No.1 (November 2006), pp.35-76.
  4. *“The Technology Exchange between the ROC and PRC,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.48, No.4(December 2005), pp.111-145.(TSSCI)
  5. *“Religious Communications of the Cross-Strait (1898-2004),” New Century Religious Study, Vol.4, No.2 (September 2005), pp.123-167.
  6. *“China Solicits Taiwanese Students by the Low Scholar Tuition," Prospect and Exploration, Vol.3, No.9 (September 2005), pp.9-15.
  7. *“The Development of Cross-Strait Exchange in the Performing Arts(19882004),” Mainland China Studies, Vol.48, No.3 (September 2005), pp.111-145.(TSSCI)
  8. *“A Study of Cross-Strait Medical Exchanges,” Tzu-Chi Journal of General Education, No.2 (June 2005), pp.59-116.
  9. *“The Study Background of Children of Taiwanese Investors in Mainland China,” co-writer Ying-Jie Chen, Bulletin of Educational Research, No.9 (September 2003), pp.71-152.
  10. *“The Educational Policy of the Chinese Communist Party for the Children of Taiwanese Investors,” Prospect and Exploration, Vol.1, No.4 (April 2003), pp.56-72.
  11. *“Taiwanese Students in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.45, No.6(November 2002), pp.49-80.(TSSCI)
  12. *“Chinese Communist Party’s Policy for Attracting Taiwanese Students,” Issues and Studies of Communist Party, Vol.28, No.9 (September 2002), pp.57-69.
  13. *“Education and Educational Policy in Mainland China,” Wenti Yu Yanjiu (Chinese version of Issues & Studies), Vol.41, No.3(July 2002), pp.143-173.(TSSCI)
  14. *“The Rise and Fall of the Ideology of Communism on Mainland China,” Fu Shing Kang Academic Journal, No.74 (June 2002), pp.1-24.
  15. *“Intellectual Property Rights Relations on Both Sides of the Strait after Joining the WTO,” China Message Compilation, No.35 (April 2002), pp.1-23.
  16. *“Establishment, Development, and Exchange of Intellectual Property Rights in Taiwan and China,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 2(April 2002), pp. 89-136. (TSSCI)
  17. *“Conservation of Natural and Cultural Property during the Exploration in the Western Area of China,” Issues and Studies of Communist Party, Vol.28, No.3 (March 2002), pp.35-50.
  18. *“The Evolution of Simplified Chinese Character in People’s Republic of China,” The Journal of History, No.18 (May 2001), pp.131-166.
  19. *“Political-ideological Education in PRC Textbooks,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.43, No.9 (September 2000), pp.29-80.(TSSCI)
  20. *“Continuity and Change in Deng’s Education Policy,” Prospect Quarterly, Vol.1, No.3 (July 2000), pp.57-81.
  21. '*“A Comparison of Chinese Society Development Models: Singapore, the ROC and the PRC,” Program for Southeast Asian Area Studies Newsletter, No.10 (April 2000), pp.20-43.
  22. *“Cross-Strait Book Exchanges,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.11 (November 1999), pp.43-65. (TSSCI)
  23. *“Intellectual Property Rights on Both Sides of the Taiwan Strait,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.42, No.1(January 1999), pp.55-76.(TSSCI)
  24. *“An Evaluation of High Business Education on Mainland China,” co-writer Juo-Fei He, The National Chengchi University Journal, No.77 (November 1998), pp.15-45.
  25. *“The Development of Taiwan People’s Attitude toward Unification and Independence,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.41, No.3 (March 1998), pp.7-30. (TSSCI)
  26. *“Higher Business Studies in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.12(December 1997), pp.28-51.(TSSCI)
  27. *“The Development of Technological and Vocational Education in Mainland China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.40, No.5 (May 1997), pp.78-92. (TSSCI)
  28. “Development of Specialized Department of Higher Education in Mainland China,” ST. John's & ST. Mary's Institute of Technology Journal, No.14 (May 1996), pp.21-38.
  29. *“Opinion Poll and Taiwanese Public Opinion of Unification and Independence,” East Asia Quarterly, Vol.27, No.4 (April 1996), pp.122-149.
  30. *“Analyses of Human Study and Social Sciences Research Budget in China,” Tamkang International Studies, (June 1995), pp.1-16.
  31. *“Professional Analyses of Human Studies and Social Science in China,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.38, No.4 (April 1995), pp.64-72. (TSSCI)
  32. *“Analyses of China’s Education Budget for the Past Decade,” Mainland China Studies, Vol.38, No.1 (January 1995), pp.5-19. (TSSCI)
  33. “Political and Sociologic Education & Research Policy Shift in Mainland China,” The Chinese Public Administration Review, Vol.4, No.1 (December 1994), pp. 131-152.
  34. Peking’s Policy on Oversea Studies since the Tienamen Massacre,” Issues & Studies, Vol.26, No. 12 (February 1990). (SSCI)
  35. “Humanism in Post-Mao Chinese Literature: The Case of Jen A Jen,” Issues & Studies, Vol.21, No. 10 (October 1985). (SSCI)
  36. “At Odds: the Chinese Communist Party and the Young Democratic Movement,” Fu Hsing Kang Academic Journal, No. 26 (December 1982).
  37. “The Democratic Movement in Mainland China in Retrospect,” Issues & Studies, Vol.17, No. 4 (April 1981), pp. 47-66. (SSCI)
  38. Teng Hiao-Ping and Hua Kuo-Feng: A Fragile Partnership,” Issues & Studies, Vol.13, No. 12 (December 1977), pp. 10-27. (SSCI)
  39. “A Review of Essays on the Theory Campaign,” Issues & Studies, Vol.12, No. 10 (October 1976), pp.65-78. (SSCI)
  II Books and Chapters
  1. *“Chinese Education Policy,” in Mainland Affairs Council ed., China Studies Introductions. 2007, pp.405-450.
  2. *Social Science Methodology: Construction of Research. Taipei: Chuliu Publisher, 2007.
  3. *“Culture and Art in Mainland China,” in Wu-Ueh Chang ed., Perspectives of Mainland China. Hsin Wun-Ching Publisher, 2003.
  4. *“News of the Strait and Information Exchange,” in Wu-Ueh Chang ed., Perspectives of the Relationship across the Strait. Hsin Wun-Ching Publisher, 2003.
  5. *“Conservation during the Exploration of Tourist Resources in the Western China,” in Kuo-Cheng Sung ed., China in the 21st Century (vol.1): Great Exploitation in the West. Taipei: Institute of International Relations, 2002.
  6. *“Educational Policy in Mainland China,” in Mainland Affairs Studies ed., Mainland China Studies Handbook. Taipei: Mainland Affairs Council, 2002.
  7. *Taiwanese Students in China. Kaohsiung: Fuwen Publisher, 2002.
  8. *A Study of Mainland Chinese Overseas Students. Taipei: Lifework Press, 1992.
  9. *An Analysis of the Content and the Form of Mainland China’s Civilian-run Publications. Taipei: Liuxue Publishing Company, Inc., 1984.
  10. *Beijing’s spring 1978-1979. Taipei: Youth Publishing Company, Inc., 1984.
  11. *A Study of Mainland China’s Underground publications. Taipei: Shangwu Publishing Company, Inc., 1985.
  12. *A Criticism of the Communist Democratic Centralism. Taipei: Chengchung Book Co. Ltd., 1981.
  III Conference Papers
  1. *“China’s Education Reform,” Challenges of Internationalization and the Future of the Cross-Strait, April 2007, Graduate Institute of China Studies, Tamkang University, Taipei, Taiwan, pp.3-27.
  2. *“Problems and Development of China’s Civilian-run Education,” Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Cross-Strait Higher Education, March 2006, Department of Education, National Chengchi University, Taipei, Taiwan, pp.541-556.
  3. *“Popular Culture and Cross-Strait Relations,” Proceedings of the Conference on Retrospect and Prospect of the Cross-Strait Interflow, November 2004, Cross-Strait Interflow Prospect Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan, pp.99-118.
  4. *“The Education of Taiwanese Investors’ Children in Mainland China,” 4th Conference on Overseas Chinese Education, December 2002, World Chinese Language Association and Ministry of Education, Taipei, Taiwan.
  5. *“Comparison of Development Patterns in the Chinese Community,” 2nd Southeast Asia Regional Studies, Southeast Asia Research Center, Academic Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan.
  6. On the Mainland China-Taiwan Relationship after the General Election in Taiwan,” Gross-Strait Relationship after Taiwan, May 1996, IEAPE, National University of Singapore, pp.1-36.
  7. The Strait Crisis-Enemies or Friends? Taiwanese Views on the Relationship between Mainland China & Taiwan,” Taiwanese Views on the Relationship between Mainland China & Taiwan, March 1996, IEAPE, National University of Singapore, pp.1-38.
  8. Taiwan’s Political Trends--Rivalry between Independence and Unification,” Independence or Unification? Taiwanese Views on the Future Relationship between Mainland China & Taiwan, December 1995, IEAPE, National University of Singapore, pp.1-43.
  9. *“Policies Shift in Education and Research on Human Studies and Social Sciences in Mainland China,” Human Studies and Social Sciences Development Assessment in Mainland China, Research and Development Commission of National Chengchi University and National Science Council, Taipei, Taiwan.
  IV Research Grants and Projects
  1. *“Analyses of Chinese Higher Education Courses and Content of Courses,” granted from Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 2006.
  2. *“Research of the Political Education Concepts in Mainland China’s University Textbooks and Political Ideology,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2005.
  3. *“Study on Private Higher Education Development in Mainland China: Comparative Studies with Taiwan Private Universities (I),” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2002.
  4. *“A Study about Young Taiwanese Education Problem in Mainland China,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 2001.
  5. *“Education and Research on Human Studies and Social Sciences in Mainland China in the Past 20 Years (1975-1995)--- A Policy Approach,” granted from National Science Council, 1995 & 2000.
  6. *“Research on the School Attendance Status of Taiwanese Investors’ Children in Mainland China,” granted from Mainland Affairs Council, Taiwan, 1999.
  7. *“The Study of Humanities Education in Mainland China's University,” granted from National Science Council, Taiwan, 1998.
  8. *“Assessment of the Possibilities for the Chinese Students to Come to Taiwan for Graduate Study,” granted from Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 1998.
  9. *“Higher Education in Finance and Economics in China,” granted from Ministry of Education, Taiwan, 1997.
  10. *“Study on Taiwanese Students in China,” granted from Mainland Affairs Council, Taiwan, 1995.