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HKU Research Videos - Researching the Hidden History of Modern China.

featuring Prof. Frank Dikotter, Department of History.   
Full video: http://hku.hk/research

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 Registry (Research Services)

 6th December, 2011

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jingxuan       11th May, 2012 19:03

longmaguoji@sina.cn I want too

Ting       27th February, 2012 13:09

Why Simplified Chinese? Quite disappointed... I guess the last strong hold out the great Chinese culture has failed...

Christine Wong       27th February, 2012 10:00

Yes, very much like to see the complete clip. Please make it obvious where we can access it. And yes, I vote for traditional Chinese text as well. It better preserves the actual meaning of Chinese words.

JacquesKo       25th February, 2012 22:59

If simplified Chinese now became the official language in HKU, please kindly change our school"s shield and motto"s traditional Chinese to simplified one

Anne       24th February, 2012 16:33

While I found the video clip "Researching the Hidden History of Modern China" enlightening, I am disappointed to find that the Chinese subtitle of the clip is in simplified Chinese characters. If one group of major target audience is the local Hong Kong Chinese, the subtitle should be in traditional Chinese characters. Perhaps, an option should be given to the audience to choose between simplified or traditional characters.

honglin       24th February, 2012 15:04

where"s the whole session of the Video? Can I have it? calmyi@126.com. Many thanks.

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