Professor Lee reopened the discussion of the late Edward Said's thesis on the role of the intellectuals as essentially humanistic scholars and academia-based specialists who 'speak truth to power' by bringing it up-to-date to the present age of 'globalization'.
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At the lecture, Professor Lee discussed the topic in a comparative context with relevance to the situation of higher education in Asia, specifically Hong Kong. He hoped the lecture will generate more discussion in the CUHK community on the crucial issues of higher education. Pao Chair Professor of Cultural Studies.
He took early retirement from Harvard in in order to return to Hong Kong and join the CUHK faculty for a second career as both an academic and a cultural critic at large, writing in both Chinese and English. His scholarly publications in English include: In Hong Kong, he has published a large volume of books in Chinese across a wide spectrum of subjects: Literature, Film, History , Symphony: Buddhist Stone Sutras in China: Moral Cultivation and Confucian Character: Engaging Joel Kupperman ed. From Eileen Chang to Ang Lee: Perry review Judd C.
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