Prosperity of Mixed Cultures and Mobility Right
The book that examines the transnational movement of heterogeneous cultures and the prosperity of mixed cultures concerning the problem of mobility rights. The first part, ‘Mobility and Cultural Rights,’ explores the issue of mobility and human rights in historical and geographical contexts such as ancient Greek society, today’s global world, and Hong Kong during the democratisation movement. The second part, ‘The Decolonization Period, Moving Culture,’ examines the transnational movement of culture in the art field, focusing on the work of diaspora artists. The third part, ‘Cultural Production of Mobile Space,’ examines the development of mobility infrastructure or the composition of mobile space according to mobility practice.