[2013] Worlding Multiculturalism in East Asian Context

Inter-Asia Cultural Studies Society(IACS) Conference 2013: Byeong the Culture Industry, July 3-5 at the National University of Singapore, Kent Ridge Campus, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, AS 5 & AS 7

Routledge Series of Political Theories in East Asian Context Panels. Co-Charid by Daniel Gho & Jun-Hyeok Kwak

1. Panel 18: Worlding Multiculturalism 1: Public Space

- Casino Multiculturalism and the Reinvention of Heritage, Macau and Singapore
Vincent Wai-Kit Ho University of Macau – Spaces for an Expanded Notion of Multiculturalism: The Transformation of the Traditional Market-place to Multicultural Shopping Mall in Seoul, Sung Kyung Kim Sungkonghoe University, South Korea – From Reclaiming Public Space to Reclaiming Citizenship: Struggle of Filipino Domestic Workers in Hong Kong YC Chen Hong Kong Baptist University Mirana May Szeto University of Hong Kong – Bukit Brown Municipal Cemetery: Constructions of Authenticity Terence Chong Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore

2. Panel 28: Soft Power

- Popular Culture and Multiculturalism in East Asia Eyal Ben-Ari The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel – Worlding Pinoy Activism: Transnationalizing the Movement for Domestic Workers in Hong Kong and the Philippines Glenda Lopez Wui Nanyang Technological University, Singapore – Bersih dan Ubah: Citizenship Rights, Intergenerational Togetherness and Multicultural Unity in Malaysia Gaik Cheng Khoo University of Nottingham –Malaysia Campus

3. Panel 38: Body Identity

- Worlded Minorities and Deviant Models: Recasting Multiculturalism through Asian American Return Narratives Chih-ming Wang Academia Sinica,Taiwan – Nation, Ethnicity, Diaspora, and Asia: Locating Namewee and Malaysian Popular Culture, Keng We Koh Seoul National University, South Korea – Transnational Media, Medical Hallyu and South Korean Beauty as Pan-Asian Aesthetic
Jane Park The University of Sydney, Australia