Seminar on Intertextuality of the old Shanghai-pop 【魂縈舊夢:海派時代曲的互文見義】

School of Arts and Social Sciences Seminar on Intertextuality of the old Shanghai-pop 【魂縈舊夢:海派時代曲的互文見義】  

Seminar on Intertextuality of the old Shanghai-pop 【魂縈舊夢:海派時代曲的互文見義】

The Department of Humanities, Language and Translation of the School of Arts and Social Sciences and the Tin Ka Ping Centre of Chinese Culture held a seminar entitled “The melody haunts my reverie: on the intertextuality of the ole Shanghai-pop” on 27 August 2021 via Zoom with Dr Nicholas L. Chan as the guest speaker.  Dr Chan, Associate Professor in the Department of Chinese Language and Literature of CUHK, is a renowned scholars in classical Chinese prose and poetry, mythology and bibliology.  He shared his view on the aspects of melody, rhythm, lyrics and singing, and the music period from the perspective of intertextuality during the seminars which was attended by around 30 participants.