Professor Tang Hao
The annual J. Earl Moreland Lecture on Asia will be held at Randolph-Macon College
on Thursday, April 8, 2010 at 7:30 p.m. in the Washington Room of Washington-Franklin
Hall. Professor Tang Hao will present “Sino-U.S. Relations in Competition and Cooperation.”
This event is free and open to the public.
Tang is currently the Fulbright scholar-in-residence at Randolph-Macon College.
He is on leave from South China Normal University in Guangzhou, China, P.R.C., where
he is an associate professor in the School of Politics and Administration. He is
teaching economics at R-MC during the 2009-10 academic year.
Tang is widely published in professional journals on current politics and development
in China and on international politics and international relations. In addition
to his scholarship he writes news commentaries and essays for Chinese media. His
subjects include analysis on public policy; change in the political system; the
development of citizen society; and political and economic issues in Southeast Asia
regions. Tang's November 2009 article, titled Corporate Values, Green Governance,
addressed the challenges of environmental pollution in China.
Each spring, the J. Earl Moreland Lecture on Asia brings a distinguished expert
to the Randolph-Macon campus for a public lecture. The purpose of the lecture is
to create greater student understanding and interest in Asian affairs through direct
contact with distinguished scholars and prominent professionals. The lecture series
was established through the generous donation of the late Dr. Lik Kiu Ding ’49 to
commemorate Dr. J. Earl Moreland, who served as president of R-MC from 1939-67.
For more information, contact R-MC's Director of Marketing and Communications, Anne
Marie Lauranzon, at (804) 752-7317 or firstname.lastname@example.org.