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Sat, November 22
(Room 2- 210)
09:00-09:30 Opening Ceremony

Sae Youn Cho (Korea)
Nam Youn Kim: Director, Humanities Institute, Kangwon National Univ.
Bernad Li: President, Taiwan Philosophical Counseling Association
09:30-10:50 Session I

Sae Youn Cho (Korea) Bernard Li (Taiwan)
           "Application and Practice of the C.I.S.A. Theory"
Discussant: Byung-Wook Choi (Korea)
Min-Yong Lee (Korea)
           "Anxiety Neurosis and Psychoanalytic Basis for Narrative Therapy"
Discussant: Angela Hui-Mei Lee (Taiwan)
10:50-11:00 Coffee Break
09:30-10:50 Session II

Cristal Huang (Taiwan) Kang-Ha Yu (Korea)
           "Becoming Homo Narrance: Chinese Classical Literature and Writing"
Discussant: Cristal Huang (Taiwan)
Cristal Huang (Taiwan)
           "Narrative in Time as Philosophical Counseling"
Discussant: Ikjin Kim (Korea)
12:20-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:50 Session III

Keon-Sang Yu (Korea) Ying-Fen Su (Taiwan)
           "Speech, Narrative, and Body—The Symbolic Representation of
           'Solitariness' Explicated in the Zhuangzi"
Discussant: Sungmi Jung (Korea)
Young E. Rhee (Korea)
           "Narrative Self, Action, and Mind from the Embodied Point of View"
Discussant: Bernard Li (Taiwan)
14:50-15:00 Coffee Break
15:00-16:20 Session IV

Angela Hui-Mei Lee (Taiwan) Il-Soo Yoon (Korea)
           "Homo Narrans towards Unification and Harmony beyond the Border"
Discussant: Huang-Chieh Yu (Taiwan)
Huang-Chieh Yu (Taiwan)
           "Pursuing Harmony but not Similarity?"
Discussant: Keon-Sang Yu (Korea)
16:20-16:30 Coffee Break
16:30-17:50 Reception Party

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