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第二屆近代中国城市大众文化史国际学朮研讨会, 14-16 July, 2007
Lee, PT2007149
The bankers emerged from Shanghai: A perspective of 'human factor' in the development of modern Chinese banking industry
Conference on History of Financial Markets in China, Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, Beijing, July 29-30, 2006.
Lee, PT2006179
Becoming Professional and Business Women in Hong Kong: Processes of Social Mobility and Capital Conversion
Pushing the Boundaries: Women and Leadership
Wong, WL2007124
Becoming Professional and Business Women in Hong Kong: Some Observations from Oral Histories of Immigrant Women from Mainland China
Frontiers of Asian Studies in the Twenty-First Century
Wong, WL2007128
Between networks and institution: how Shanghai commercial and savings bank operated its branches in the 1920s and 1930s?
15th World Economic History Congress, Utrecht 2009
Lee, PT2009145
Beyond Family Enterprise: The Early Phase of H.S. Lee's Business and Political Career
The 5th Conference of the International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas, 10 May 2004
Zheng, VWT; Wong, SL; Sun, WB2004184
Beyond the 'Tale of Two Cities': Hong Kong and Shanghai
The First Symposium on Comparing Urban Culture of Shanghai and Hong Kong, June 10-14, 2000
Shanghai Normal University.
Lee, PT2000157
Biographical Studies of Hong Kong Ningbo Merchants: The Case of Y.K. Pao
International Conference on Overseas Ningbo People, October 6-9, 1997
Ningbo University.
Lee, PT1997155
Bridging East Ocean and West Ocean: Hokkien Merchants in Maritime Asia Prior to 1683, with a Special Reference to the Ports of East Asia
Conference on Northeast Asia in Maritime Perspective: A Dialogue with Southeast Asia, 29-30 October 2004
Chin, JK2004128
A Brief Dicussion on the Studies of Company History of Hong Kong
The Institutional Changes in the Development of Chinese Companies
Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press.
Lee, PT2003149
Business Networks of Cantonese Merchants in Nineteenth Century Hong Kong
Workshop on Current Studies of Overseas Chinese/Chinese in Overseas of Japan, December 8-9, 1997
Yokohama City University.
Lee, PT1997120
Business Networks of Cantonese Merchants in Nineteenth Century Hong Kong
Conference on Nineteenth Century Lingnan, December 26, 1998
Zhongshan University.
Lee, PT1998149
Business Networks of Cantonese Merchants in the Nineteenth Century
Workshop on Networking in Chinese History: the Utility of a Concept, February 5, 1999
Centre of Asian Studies, The University of Hong Kong.
Lee, PT1999110
Cantonese Compradores in Early Hong Kong.
International Symposium on Guangdong and Hong Kong in the Early of Twentieth Century, April 11-12, 2008. Jointly organized by the Lingnan University, Hong Kong Society of Modern Chinese History, and Hong Kong Museum of History.
Lee, PT2008212
Case Studies of Hong Kong Business History: the Chinese Optical Company, 1917-1995
Conference on Overseas Chinese Merchants, Jointly Organised by the Institute of Economics, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Association for Chinese Commercial Historical Studies
Lee, PT1996149
Case Studies of Hong Kong Business History: the Leung So Kee Umbrella Factory, 1886-1986
International Conference on Hong Kong and Opium War, Jointly Organised by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and Zhongshan University, Shenzhen, May 30-June 3, 1997
Lee, PT1997368
Caught between the left camp and right camp: The Hong Kong Film Circle during the Cold WarLee, PT2008165
China(s) called me: Shanghai bankers in Hong Kong, 1948-1953
International Conference on Contemporary China Studies, University of Hong Kong, January 5-7, 2007.
Lee, PT2007125
Chinese Bankers Coming to Hong Kong in before and after 1949: the Case of Chen Guangfu
International Conference on China in 1949, Institute of Modern History, December 30, 1999 ─January 3, 2000
Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
Lee, PT1999175
The Chinese Chambers of Commerce in Hong Kong before the End of the Second World WarLee, PT2008136
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