Southeast Asian Studies Program
Graduate School
Chulalongkorn University

10th Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Symposium

In the 10th Southeast Asian Studies Graduate Symposium, graduate students from Chulalongkorn University working in the fields of humanities and social sciences on topics related to Southeast Asia will be given the opportunity to present their papers covering a wide array of topics – politics, economy, religion, culture, gender, language and literature, ethnicity, migration, urbanism, environment, social change, and so on. The symposium will provide them with a chance to interact and exchange ideas with scholars and students from ASEAN as well as those from other regions whose interests focus on Southeast Asia.

 

1. INDONESIAN INTERNAL POLITICS AND THE CONVENING OF THE ASIAN-AFRICAN CONFERENCE 1955-1965 


By Mr. Khairil Ramadhani
Comment by Assistant Professor Theera Nuchpiam, Ph.D.

 

2. THE FALL OF THE COMMUNIST PARTY OF THAILAND IN CHINESE PERSPECTIVE

By Mr. Cui Feng
Comment by Assistant Professor Wasana Wongsurawat, Ph.D.

 

3. A CASE STUDY OF THE THAI-GUANGXI COMMERCIAL ASSOCIATION AND THE SOJOURNER’S SITUATION


By Miss Zhong Jinwen
Comment by Assistant Professor Wasana Wongsurawat, Ph.D.

 

4. NEW CHINESE ENTERPRISES REPRESENTING MIGRANT ENTREPRENEURS IN THAILAND: THE CASE OF JONG-THAI JIANMING EIW EA (GROUP) CO., LTD.

By Miss Yuge Liu
Comment by Assistant Professor Wasana Wongsurawat, Ph.D.

 

5. FACTORS INFLUENCING CHINESE MEDICAL TOURISTS' SATISFACTION IN MEDICAL SERVICES IN THAILAND

By Miss Xiyuan Zhao
Comment by Associate Professor Montira Rato, Ph.D.

 

6. AN INVESTIGATION OF CHINESE TOURISTS’ ATTITUDES TOWARD SHARK FIN CONSUMPTION: CASE STUDY IN BANGKOK, THAILAND

By Miss Xi Zhang
Student from The Multicultural Studies and Social Innovation Center (MSSIC)
Institute of Asian Studies Chulalongkorn University
Comment by Dr. Thanayod Lopattananont

 

7. CONTRIBUTIONS OF CONFUCIUS CLASSROOMS TO MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING BETWEEN THAI AND CHINESE PEOPLE

By Miss Jiaqi Song
Comment by Dr. Klairung Amratisha

 

8. CULTURAL INTEGRATION OF URBAN REFUGEES INTO THAI SOCIETY: A CASE STUDY OF CHRISTIAN PAKISTANI REFUGEES IN BANGKOK

By Mr. Seubboon Chaiyasit
Comment by Associate Professor Withaya Sucharithanarugse, Ph.D.

 

Introductory Report by Dr. Saikaew Thipakorn

Opening Address and Closing Remark by Professor Sunait Chutintaranond, Ph.D