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International Conference on Chinese Food Culture


Du 12 au 15 octobre 2015, a eu lieu le 14th Symposium on Chinese Food Culture à Tours. Co-organisé par l'Université François-Rabelais de Tours et la Foundation of Chinese Dietary Culture, ce colloque s'est tenu à Tours. 

Pour plus d'informations sur le programme et les intervenants veuillez consulter le site créé pour l'occasion ICI


The studies of European history and food culture has been a strength of the Université François Rabelais de Tours in France, and again their L'Institut Européen d'Histoire et des Cultures de l'Alimentation (IEHCA) is renowned for its continuous supports for conferences, workshops and student scholarships for food studies.
For the 14th symposium on Chinese Food Culture the Foundation of Chinese Dietary Culture work in cooperation with the University François-Rabelais of Tours, the Institut Européen d'Histoire et des Cultures de l'Alimentation, the National Kaoshiung University and the Chinese University of Hong-Kong. With the common interest in food culture and academic exchange, we are glad to have Université François Rabelais de Tours as our local host co-organizing the 2015 Conference on Chinese Food Culture in the beautiful city of Tours. Making use of this opportunity, we have the theme on the comparative studies of Chinese and European food culture in order to enhance the understanding of food as a kind of cultural exchange in the global context.
Therefore, we have accepted papers which provide a rich ethnographic/historical description and analysis of Chinese and European food as a kind of cultural exchange and how they interact with the social and political complexities in specific cultural contexts. The conference is intended to be interdisciplinary and we welcome different disciplines, such as anthropology, sociology, history, and gender studies. 
 
Topic:
Chinese Food Culture in Europe: French Food Culture in Asia
  • Chinese cuisine in Europe; French cuisine in Asia
  • Culinary art between French and Chinese cuisines
  • French colonial influence in Asia; imaginations of French cuisine
  • The Michelin ranking of restaurants in Asia
  • Wine connoisseurship in France
  • Interaction of tea culture between France and Asia
  • Contemporary tourism and tourist cuisines in Paris, Taipei and other Asian cities
  • Safeguarding Chinese dietary heritage


Quelques images de la conférence :


Photo de groupe


Mr. Georges WONG Président de la FCDC, Mme Janet CHANG doyenne de la NKUHT, LoÏc Vaillant Président de l'UFRT, Jacques CHEVTCHENKO et Jérôme TÉBALDI représentants de la mairie de Tours.






John ENG-WONG, Katarzyna Joanna CWIERTKA et James FARRER

















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