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2008 Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific ConferenceThe Asia Pacific and the Emerging World SystemDecember 13-14, 2008Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS)Day 1Saturday, December 139:45 10:00 Welcome and Opening Address H202 Monte CASSIM, President, APU10:00 11:30 Plenary Session 1 H202 - Wind over Water: East Asian Migration 1 -Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUDavid W. HAINES, Professor of Anthropology, George Mason UniversityRethinking Migration from an East Asian PerspectiveBernard P. WONG, Professor of Anthropology, Director, Center for Urban Anthropology, San Francisco StateUniversityTransnational Migration, Social Capital and the Global Economy: The Chinese High Tech Professionalsin Silicon Valley, CaliforniaMOON Okpyo, Professor, Department of Anthropology, Academy of Korean StudiesIn Search of Past Glories: Korean National/Historic Tourism in Northeast ChinaLunch12:00 13:00 Cafeteria 13:00 14:45 Parallel Sessions 1- Wind over Water: East Asian Migration 2 - H202 Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUCaroline GRILLOT, Doctoral Candidate, Anthropology Department, Macquarie UniversityCross-border Marriages between Vietnamese Women and Chinese Men (Yunnan-Guangxi): TheIntegration of Otherness & the Impact of Popular Representation1

CHO Oakla, Professor, Department of Sociology, Sogang UniversityThe Evaluation of Cultural Policy on Marriage Migrant WomenKUDO Masako, Assistant Professor, University of TokyoCrossing Borders within One's Own Homeland: A Case Study of Japanese Women Married to PakistaniMigrantsHung Cam THAI, Associate Professor of Sociology and Vice President, Pacific Basin Institute, Pomona Collegeof the Claremont University ConsortiumChristopher FIORELLO, Student, Pomona College of the Claremont University ConsortiumRemaking Masculinity and Transnational Convertibility through Homeland Visits among VietnameseImmigrants- CSCW Applications: Educational Technology and e-Health - FII 226 Chair: Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APUCAO LE Thang Long, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management-ICT, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUJEHAN, Shahzadah Nayyar, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUA Project Management System for LMSBILESANMI Yusuf Oladipupo, Student, College of Asia Pacific Studies-ICT, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUWilliam B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUCurrent Usage and Future Trends of Learning Management Systems: A Case Study of RitsumeikanAsia Pacific UniversityDANG Hoang Anh, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management-ICT, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUWilliam B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUNGUYEN Manh Khoi, Student, Faculty of Math and Computer Science, Vietnam National University,University of ScienceTowards Developing an Integrated Multimedia Framework for Enhanced e-LearningG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUWilliam B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUMonte CASSIM, President, APUHAYASHIDA Yukuo, Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Saga Universitye-Health Paradigm Shift: Towards a Fully Integrated Health Care Framework2

FII 224 - Development -Chair: SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi, Dean, International Cooperation and Research Division, APUMIAH Md. Dulal, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUWANNIARACHCHIGE Manjula Kumara, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia PacificManagement, APUSUZUKI Yasushi, Associate Dean, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUCivil War and Financial Underdevelopment: The Case of Georgia with Special Reference to Sri LankaDEBNATH Sajit Chandra, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUThe Knowledge Economy Approach to Explaining East Asian Economic Growth beyond the East AsianMiracle (EAM)Dennis D. TRINIDAD, Japan Foundation Research FellowAssociate Professor, International Studies Department, De La Salle University-ManilaDomestic Actors, Market Reform and Economic Integration in Southeast AsiaSupachit MANOPIMOKE, Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUGlobal Public Goods for the Asia Pacific Regionʼs Problems of Climate Change, Infectious Disease andTerrorist Threat15:00 16:45 Parallel Sessions 2 H202 - Wind over Water: East Asian Migration 3 -Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUNicolas LAINEZ, Doctoral Candidate, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences SocialesLa Traite des Jaunes: Human Trafficking and Slavery in Colonial IndochinaHy V. LUONG, Professor of Anthropology, University of TorontoMultiple Narratives on Migration in Vietnam and Their Methodological ImplicationsCHUNG Haeng-ja, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Hamilton CollegeSSRC-JSPS Long-Term Postdoctoral Fellow, University of TokyoMapping of Gendered and Ethnic Labor at the (Korean) Nightclub Rose in the European Village in JapanMario LOPEZ, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu UniversityJunior Lecturer, Center for Language Education, APUFrom Bride to Care Worker? The Ongoing Discursive Construction of Filipino Nationals in Japan- Computer Networks and Information Security - FII 226 Chair: Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUHAYASHIDA Yukuo, Professor, Faculty of Science and Engineering, Saga UniversityWilliam B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APU3

MBWAMBO Mtango Jasper, Student, College of Asia Pacific Studies-ICT, APUTCP Friendly AIMD ControllingDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUWilliam B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUSpectroscopically Enhanced Fingerprint Authentication SystemG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUSmart Home Appliances: Their Conveniences and Security ChallengesDavar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APUKITAMURA Naoshi, Senior Officer, Business Support Division, Industry Promotion Bureau, Hyogo PrefectureTSUGAWA Seiji, Assistant Director, Governmental Information Technology Division, Education & InformationBureau, Hyogo PrefectureA Survey of the State of Information Security at Local Governments in Japan FII 224 - Economics -Chair: SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi, Dean, International Cooperation and Research Division, APUCALDERON HUERTA Mario Rodolfo, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Management,APUYAO Yuan, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUBUI Xuan Dung, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUHuman Resource Management System with Artificial IntelligenceHUYNH Minh Phuong, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUJEHAN, Shahzadah Nayyar, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUGlobal Financial Meltdown - Reaganomics or Financial InnovationLUONG Thanh Nga, Student, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUJEHAN, Shahzadah Nayyar, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUReal Estate Market in Vietnam ‒ Can It Sail Through the Capital Puzzle?17:00 18:45 Parallel Sessions 3- Rural Development: Situations and Strategies from Asia and Beyond - H202 Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUKIMURA Rikio, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUEnvisioning the Future of Rural Communities: How Were Appreciative Inquiry and Discontinuous LeapApproaches Applied in Japanʼs Progressive Rural Revitalization Cases?4

Naomi STENNING, Micro-credit Officer, Forum Bangun AcehDoctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUEvaluating the Outcomes of a Micro-credit Program in Aceh: A Participatory, Qualitative andTheory-driven Evaluation DesignCindy Lyn WACHOWSKI, Coordinator, Institute for Community DesignDoctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUCommunity Capacity Building StrategiesPUATU Ana Khristina S., Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUDecentralization and the Transformation of Local Government Leadership: A Focus on Naga City,Philippines FII 226 - Tourism -Chair: Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APUChain HLABANE, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies. APUSports Mega Events and Tourism: Collaboration and Network FrameworkWANG Zhou, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUCulture Symbols in China National Tourism PropagandaUZAMA Austin, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUSex Tourism: My Match through Blue HeavenAlden Wilfredo Q. LAUZON, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUSaving “Paradise”: Governmental Responses for Island Tourism FII 224 - Language and Education -Chair: SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi, Dean, International Cooperation and Research Division, APUNG Patrick, Senior Lecturer, Center for Language Education, APULanguage Planning in Singapore: The Speak Mandarin CampaignRoxana SHINTANI, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUESAKI Yuriko, Teacher, Niage Machi Elementary SchoolEnglish Education in Japanese Public Elementary Schools: Reforms and ChallengesChristopher G. HASWELL, Senior Lecturer, Center for Language Education, APUThe Linguistic Orientation of Learners of English in the Asia Pacific RegionMarina Petrova STEFANOVA, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUAffect and Perceptions in a Multilingual Campus: Students' Perspectives on L2 Use19:30 21: 00Reception Cafeteria 5

Day 2Sunday, December 1410:00 11:30 Plenary Session 2 H202 - Asian Anthropologies 1-Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUYAMASHITA Shinji, Professor, Department of Cultural Anthropology, University of TokyoMaking an Interactive Anthropology in Globalizing Asia: An IntroductionKIM Kwang-ok, Professor, Department of Anthropology, College of Social Sciences, Seoul National UniversityPolitics of Cultural Heritage in China and Korea: The State/Society, the Local and the GlobalAnan GANJANAPAN, Professor of Anthropology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, Faculty of SocialSciences, Chiang Mai UniversityLinking Thai Anthropology in Globalizing Asia: A View from Rural Southeast AsiaLunch12:00 13:00 Cafeteria 13:00 14:45 Parallel Sessions 4 H202 - Asian Anthropologies 2 -Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUMIYAZAKI Koji, Vice President, Tokyo University of Foreign StudiesLinking Asia and African Studies in Asia and BeyondWANG Jianxin, Director of Ethnology Section, Department of Anthropology, Sun Yat-sen UniversityLinking Chinese Anthropology in East Asia: A Comparative PerspectiveHONG Seok-Joon, Professor, Department of Cultural Anthropology, Mokpo National UniversityCollaboration and Networking among Asian Area Specialists: The Case of the Gwangju Project, aNetworking Program in the Culture Hub of Gwangju City, KoreaYunita T. WINARTO, Senior Lecturer, Department of Anthropology; Faculty of Social and Political Sciences,University of IndonesiaIwan Meulia PIROUS, Lecturer, Department of Anthropology, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Universityof IndonesiaLinking Indonesian Anthropology in Asia6

FII 226 - Administration -Chair: Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APUJEHAN, Shahzadah Nayyar, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APUG.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUChange Management in Electronic Re-governance: Re-Engineering the Pensions Department in Sri LankaDAHLAN Nariman, Senior Lecturer, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APUCharacteristics of Usersʼ Preference in e-Government Services: A Case Study in IndonesiaPalenitina LANGA'OI, APLP Research Fellow, East West Center, University of HawaiiThe Riots of 2006 and Political Reform in the Kingdom of TongaUCHIDA Yasuo, Dean, Planning and Development, APUHealthcare Rationing in an Aging Society FII 224 - Environment -Chair: SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi, Dean, International Cooperation and Research Division, APUVella ATIENZA-WIN MAW TUN, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUInnovative Strategies in Solid Waste Management: Lessons from Selected Cases in Metro Manila,PhilippinesEid-Ul HASAN, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUEnriched Heart through Greenery: A Saga of Rejuvenation of the Satoyama Landscape in 21st CenturyJapanLorna Castillo GELITO, Dean, College of Sciences, Palawan State UniversitySEP: The Uniqueness of Palawanʼs Environmental Protection and Conservation15:00 16:45 Parallel Sessions 5 H202 - Multiculturalism and Social Justice in the Asia Pacific -Chair: Jeremy S. EADES, Director, Ritsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies, APUNoah MCCORMACK, Associate Professor, Department of International Relations, Faculty of Foreign Studies,Kyoto Sangyo UniversityMinority Tactics and Cultural Standing: Contrasting Cases from Australian Aboriginal Studies andJapanese Buraku StudiesNIU Geping, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan UniversityField Work Report: Foreign Workers in Ansan, South KoreaPaul DUMOUCHEL, Professor, Graduate School of Core Ethics and Frontier Sciences, Ritsumeikan UniversityEthnic and Statistical Groups in Social and Multicultural Justice FII 226 - Cultural Studies 7

Chair: Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APUTAN Gin Kien, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUShowa Superheroes: The Rise of Japanʼs Superheroes in Its Post-Occupation PeriodKANEKO Kenji, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUJapanese Constructions of Outsiders: Making the Image of ForeignersGita P. PRABHANDHARI, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUComfort Women in Indonesia and the Construction of History: Writing the Emah Kastimah's Narrative FII 224 - Travails of the Blue Gold -Chair: SANGA-NGOIE Kazadi, Dean, International Cooperation and Research Division, APUShamik CHAKRABORTY, Doctoral Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUIntegrated Water Resource Management, A Human Ecological PerspectiveAbhik CHAKRABORTY, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUSuffering with the River: Floods, Social Transition and Local Communities in the Ajoy River Basin inWest Bengal, IndiaPrutha LANJEKAR, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUPublic-Private Partnerships and Urban Water Security: Issues and Prospects in Mumbai, IndiaShantanu Kumar SAHA, Master’s Candidate, Graduate School of Asia Pacific Studies, APUSoilless Cultivation for the Landless People: An Alternative Livelihood Practice through HydroponicAgriculture in Flood-prone Bangladesh17:00 17:15 Closing Address H202 Malcolm J. M. COOPER, Vice President, APURitsumeikan Center for Asia Pacific Studies (RCAPS)Secretariat : Research OfficeTel: 81-977-78-1134FAX : 81-977-78-1135E-Mail : rcaps@apu.ac.jpURL : http://www.apu.ac.jp/rcaps/Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University1-1Jumonjibaru, Beppu, Oita8874-8577

4 MBWAMBO Mtango Jasper, Student, College of Asia Pacific Studies-ICT, APU TCP Friendly AIMD Controlling Davar PISHVA, Deputy Executive Director, Institute Headquarters, APU G.G.D. NISHANTHA, Assistant Professor, College of Asia Pacific Studies, APU William B. CLASTER, Associate Professor, College of Asia Pacific Management, APU Spectroscopically Enhanced Fingerprint Authentication System