of Geography & Planning School of Tourism
Xingang Xi Lu
change 9th March 2008
presented at conferences and universities
je konferencoj kaj universitatoj
an Tagungen und Universitäten
Kong and Macau: Cross-border integration as a challenge for urban planning.
International Master in Urban Management, Technical University of Berlin
(Germany), 8th February 2008
Living with gates: Functions, effects & psychology of walls and gates
in Chinese commodity housing estates.*
Inter'l Conference on China's Urban Land & Housing in the 21. Century,
Hong Kong, 15th December 2007
Analysis of governance modes in the Chinese context - on the adaptation
of a western concept.*
Conference on Governance - Theories & Practices, Macau (China), 25th
Sustainable tourism development in a Chinese border region. (in German)
56. Deutscher Geographentag (AK Ostasien), Bayreuth (Germany), 4th October
The formation of a transborder metropolitan region.
IGU Commission on Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow, Guangzhou (China), 6th
Borders and identities - the Macau-China case.
International Conference on Cities and Borders, Macau (China), 4th August
The growth of cycling tourism in Europe - with some reflections on China.
International Conference of Heritage and Tourism, Guangzhou (China), 10th
Sustainable tourism development in China's north-western periphery.
Japanese Society for Geographical Sciences (Chiri Kagaku Gakkai), Hiroshima
(Japan), 28th May 2007
World city people and the use of space in Hong Kong.
Fudan University International Urban Forum, Shanghai (China), 4th November
The integration of Macau with the Pearl River Delta.
First Sino-Japan-Korea Symposium of Young Geographers, Beijing (China),
16th September 2006
The Pearl River Delta: On the function of boundaries and bounding in a
mega city region.
IGU Commission on Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow, Santiago de Compostela
(Spain), 1st August 2006
International tourism to China's borderland: Lake Kanas in the Altai Mountains.
Jinan University, Department of Business, Guangzhou (China), 7th June 2006
Urban regeneration and globalisation. The case of SoHo, Hong Kong.
Symposium Changing Geography in a Diversified World, Baptist University,
Hong Kong (China), 2nd June 2006
Formation of a transborder metropolitan region: Cross-border commuting
in Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
2006 Intern'l Forum on Metropolitan Regions Development, Shanghai (China),
12th April 2006
Borders and border regions in transition - Hong Kong and Macau as Chinese
border regions. (in German)
55. Deutscher Geographentag (AK Ostasien), Trier (Germany), 6th October
Working, living, partying – the global city takes local spaces.
IGU Commission on Monitoring Cities of Tomorrow, Tokyo (Japan), 22nd August
Mainland tourism to Hong Kong and Macau. International Conference on Border
and Community Development, Xishuangbanna (China), 7th July 2005
The socio-spatial effects of globalisation in Hong Kong.
Annual Meeting of the Geographical Society of China, Guangzhou (China),
5th Dec. 2004
Mainland tourism to Hong Kong and Macau.
Jinan University, Department of Business, Guangzhou (China), 29th Nov.
Border people – A study from Hong Kong and Macau.
30th International Geographical Congress, Glasgow (UK), 18th Aug. 2004
The perception of place – Macau in foreigner’s eyes.
Conference on Event Tourism & Destination Management, Yichang (China),
28th Nov. 2003
Macau and the Pearl River Delta, cross-border activities and integration.
Hong Kong Geography Day 2003, Chinese University, Hong Kong (China), 10th
Comparing Macau's and Hong Kong's integration with the Pearl River Delta
Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 3) , Singapore, 22nd August 2003
Xinjiang - A borderland geography.
Department of Social Sciences, University of Macau, Macau (China), 14th
Patterns of cross-boundary commuting in Hong Kong. Conference on socio-economic
development for a competitive Pearl River Delta, Hong Kong (China), 19th
Social change in a global city - the Hong Kong case. (in German)
University of Cologne, Geography Department, Cologne (Germany), 18th June
world city" or number three in Guangdong? (in German)
3rd East Asia Forum of German Geographers, Duisburg (Germany), 14th June
new planning policies for the “Land Between” Hong Kong and Shenzhen.
2nd East Asian Conference on Alternative Geography, Hong Kong (China),
8th December 2001
The re-unification process of Hong Kong and mainland China. A geographer’s
Department of Geography, Kyunghee University, Seoul (South Korea), 23rd
The global city and its consequences: A study on Hong Kong.
Department of Geography & Resource Management, Chinese University,
Hong Kong (China), 1st November 2001
Negotiating territorial development in Hong Kong’s border region with
the mainland of China.
International Convention of Asia Scholars (ICAS 2), Berlin (Germany), 9th
The spatial integration of Hong Kong and Guangdong.
Centre for Urban and Regional Studies, Zhongshan University, Guangzhou
(China), 24th May 2001
New cross-boundary interactions between Hong Kong and mainland China.
97th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, New York
(USA), 28th February 2001
The Hong Kong - mainland China border: Transformation of a border regime.
29th International Geographical Congress, Seoul (South Korea), 16th August
Made in Hong Kong or Made by Hong Kong? (in German)
52. Deutscher Geographentag, Hamburg (Germany), 7th October 1999
Spatial and sectoral changes of the employment structure in Hong Kong.
Geography Day of the Association Suisse de Géographie (ASG), Basel (Switzerland),
23rd April 1999
Centralization or decentralization of employment within Hong Kong?
95th Annual Meeting of the American Association of Geographers, Honolulu
(USA), 27th March 1999
From urban to regional development in Hong Kong: A view from outside.
Department of Geography and Geology, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
(China), 10th December 1998
Ebenezer Howard – Esperantist and founder of the garden city movement
in Britain. (in Esperanto)
Seminar „Cities for living“, Int. Begegnungsstätte Jagdschloss Glienicke,
Berlin (Germany), 21st July 1992
Berlin's residential suburbs – developments in the divided city and future
perspectives. (in German)
Conference „Berlin. Divided city, dual city, reunited city“, Berlin
(Germany), 13rd April 1991