2017華南地區國際日語教育研討會順利召開 2017 International Symposium on Japanese Education in South China Region Was Successfully Held

23 Nov 2017


2017年11月18-19日,澳大人文學院日本研究中心主辦了2017年度華南地區國際日語教育研討會,來自北京外國語大學、湖南大學、中國海洋大學、日本北海道大學等的日語專家學者集于一堂,就日語語言學、日語教育、日本文化、日漢翻譯等領域的學術問題進行了廣泛的交流。開幕式由日本研究中心主任陳訪澤教授主持,人文學院院長靳洪剛教授致辭,靳院長向與會者介紹了澳門和澳門大學日本研究中心,指出日語作為世界語言的一種,其發展對世界語言的發展具有重大的意義。開幕式後來自北京外國語大學的曹大峰教授、湖南大學的張佩霞教授、中國海洋大學的林少華教授和北海道大學的吉開將人教授分別就中國高校日語教育發展和研究現狀、從日語名詞短語中「の」的省略來看漢語對日語的影響、日語教學中村上作品翻譯和日本人與華南研究等主題進行了基調演講。

下午的分科會上來自全國各地的學者就日語語言學、日語教育、日本文學、日本文化等進行了報告和交流。此次研討會的成功舉辦,為來自各地的專家學者提供了一個交流平臺,促進了華南地區日語教學科研的進一步發展。本次會議是繼2016年的華南地區日語教育工作坊之後日本研究中心舉辦的第二次學術研討會,和上次的會議相比,此次參會者更多,並且參會者來自全國各地以及日本,對宣傳澳大和日本研究中心具有重大的意義。今後力爭舉辦更大型的國際研討會,進一步擴大澳大日本研究中心的影響。

On November 18-19, 2017, the Centre for Japanese Studies of Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Macau, hosted the 2017 International Symposium on Japanese education in South China Region. Japanese experts and scholars from Beijing Foreign Studies University, Hunan University, Ocean University of China, Japan Hokkaido University and others gathered, and carried out extensive exchanges on some academic topics regarding Japanese linguistics, Japanese education, Japanese culture, and Japanese-Chinese translation, etc. The opening session was presided over by Prof. Chen Fangze, Director of the Centre for Japanese Studies. Prof. Jin Honggang, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, made a welcome speech. She introduced Macau and the Centre for Japanese Studies of the University of Macau, and pointed out that as one of the world languages, the development of Japanese is of great significance to the development of the world language. After the opening session, Prof. Cao Dafeng of Beijing Foreign Studies University, Prof. Zhang Peixia of Hunan University, Prof. Lin Shaohua of the Ocean University of China and Prof. Yoshikai of Hokkaido University made keynote speeches respectively on different issues including Japanese educational development and research status of Chinese universities, viewing Chinese impact on Japanese from the omission of Japanese noun phrase “no”, translation of Murakami’s works in Japanese teaching, and Japanese and South China region research.

  In the afternoon, participants presented and exchanged ideas regarding Japanese linguistics, Japanese education, Japanese literature and Japanese culture in the group discussion. The success of the symposium provides an exchange platform for experts and scholars from all over the world, and promotes the further development of Japanese teaching and scientific research in South China region. This is the second symposium organized by the Centre for Japanese Studies after 2016 Workshop on Japanese Education in South China Region. Compared with the last symposium, there are more participants from all over the country as well as Japan, which is of great significance to propagate the University of Macau and the Centre for Japanese Studies. In the future, we will strive to hold a larger international conference to further expand the impact of the University of Macau and the Centre for Japanese Studies.