School of Journalism and Communication, CUHK - Toh Lam Seng 卓南生
 

Toh Lam Seng 卓南生

Toh Lam Seng 卓南生

Education Background:
September, 1986 Ph.D. (Journalism), Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan
March, 1972 M.A. (Journalism), Rikkyo University, Tokyo, Japan
March, 1969 B.A. (Journalism), Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan

Working Experience:
2005-
Visiting professor, School of International Relations, Peking University
2004-
Visiting professor, Graduate School of Journalism and Information Studies, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
2003-
Editor-in-chief, Series on Journalism and Communication (Theory and History), Shantou University, China
2002-
Visiting professor, Department of Journalism and Communication, Xiamen University
2000-2001 Visiting professor, School of International Relations, Peking University
1996-
Professor, Faculty of Intercultural Communication, Ryukoku University, Japan
1994-95
Professor, the Institute of Intercultural Communication, Ryukoku University, Japan
1992-93
Visiting professor, Graduate School of International Development, Nagoya University, Japan
1989-92
Associate professor, Institute of Journalism and Communication, Tokyo University, Japan
1989- Special commentator, Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore
1987-89
Editorial writer cum Tokyo correspondent, Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore
1983-87 Editorial writer, Lianhe Zaobao, Singapore
1980-83 Editorial writer cum executive editor, Sin Chew Jit Poh, Singapore
1973-79
Editorial writer cum head of research department, Sin Chew Jit Poh, Singapore

Publications:

  1. What is Going Wrong with the China -- Japan Relationship? (co-authored) Beijing: Peking University Press, 2005
  2. Japanese Press Coverage and Attitudes towards Asia, Tokyo: Nihon Hyoronsha, 2003
  3. The Beginnings of Modern Chinese Newspapers and their Development in the 19th Century, (revised edition), Beijing: Social Sciences Press, 2002
  4. East Asia and Japanese Society (co-authored), Tokyo: Tokyo University Press, 2002
  5. Japan's Farewell to the Postwar -- New Trend in Asia-Pacific and the Response of Japanese Media Agenda, USA: Global Publishing Co. Inc. 2000
  6. The Theory of Press Control by the Nanjing Regime During the Sino-Japanese War (continued), Vol.7, Society and Culture, Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University, 2005
    The Theory of Press Control by the Nanjing Regime During the Sino-Japanese War, Vol. 6, Society and Culture, Journal of the Socio-Cultural Research Institute, Ryukoku University, 2004
  7. "Japanese Journalism and Newspaper Industry" in 25 Lectures in Media Field, Beijing: Tsinghua University, 2004