Lin Qi, Ph.D.
1988, B.A., Shantou Spare-time University;
1994, M.A., Kobe University;
1998, Ph.D., Kobe University;
1997/04-2001/03, Lecturer at Osaka University of Economics;
1999/04-2001/03, Lecturerat Osaka Jogakuin Junior College;
2001/03-2001/12, Lecturer at College of Humanities, Xiamen University.
2001/12-present, Vice-professor at College of Humanities, Xiamen University.
My main research areas are cultural anthropology, ethnology and folklore. I especially focus on folk beliefs and festivals customs research. I am dedicated to translation of outstanding Chinese and Japanese academic titles. Main research projects I participated in this year includes: Cultural exchange between China and Japan；Southeast ethnic relations and ocean cultureetc.
Anthropology and world nationalities
Culture of Taiwanese Gaoshan nationalities
The Pioneer ofStudies in Taiwan Aboriginal Culture－On the Research Methods and Characteristic of Torii Ryuzo's Fieldwork of Anthropology.World Ethno-National Studies，2013，（2）.
Academic Trends on Japan Society of Human culture.Modern Anthropology，2013，（1）.
Oral Traditions of Rural Northern China—Text and Performance in Narrative Music. Iguchijunko.Xiamen university press.2003.
Chinese characters(一).Sirakawasizuka.Xiamen University Press.2005.