Availability Office

Office Hours during the semester:



DI 10:30 - 12:00

MI 10:30 - 12:00

DO 10:30 - 12:00


Study related questions: stefanie.yu@univie.ac.at
General information: sinologie.ostasien@univie.ac.at
Questions about EcoS: ecos@univie.ac.at

For general enquiries:

  1. Please continue to send us your enquiry in advance to sinologie.ostasien@univie.ac.at
  2. in urgent cases you can also reach us by telephone at +43-1-4277-43840
  3. A personal appointment at the secretariat is only possible after making an appointment in time at sinologie.ostasien@univie.ac.at


Communication exclusively via univie email addresses and Moodle.

Dear students!

We hereby draw your attention to the fact that any communication with lecturers and the staff of the Institute must take place exclusively via your univie email address. In addition, we would like to point out that you should regularly check your univie email addresses and also regularly check your spam folder when forwarding to your private email address. Please also check your Moodle accounts regularly, as this is where the work assignments for the respective courses are issued!

If you do not follow these work assignments, you cannot be graded positively.

Sinology at the University of Vienna

The Division of Sinology at the University of Vienna is part of the Department of East Asian Studies. The Division offers excellent research and research-based teaching on modern China. It is the largest center of research on modern China in Austria and is one of the most important centers of its kind in the German-speaking world.

In addition to modern Chinese language training, our focus of teaching and research is on politics, law, history, and society in Greater China (Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan).


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A story of women activist in Hong Kong: Searching for patriotic love and vengeful justice

14.12.2022 17:00

In contemplating Colonialism(s): Was the Qing Empire a colonial empire? East Asian Empires in Post-Colonial Discourse

16.12.2022 18:30

Party Congress, Protests and the Pandemic: Quo vadis, China?

10.01.2023 18:30

How can we be fully human inside someone else’s brain? Anti-Asian racism from a neuropolitical perspective


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Der Sinologe Sascha Klotzbücher fragt nach den Langzeitwirkungen von Politik und Emotion während der Kulturrevolution (1966-1976). Im Interview...

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Online Vorstellung am Freitag, 09.12.2022 um 17:30 Uhr

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Eine transgenerationale Sicht auf Politik und Emotion

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