Ethicist Tu Wei-Ming, professor of Chinese history and philosophy at Harvard University, spoke on "Beyond the Enlightenment Mentality: Exploring Confucian Ethics for the Global Community."  A central figure in the exposition of the “New Confucianism” an a prolific author in both English and Chinese, he edited China in Transformation from Harvard University Press and The Living Tree: Changing Meaning of Being Chinese Today from Stanford University Press in 1994, and his inaugural Wu Teh Yao Memorial Lectures (1995) at The Centre for the Arts at the National University of Singapore appeared as A Confucian Perspective on Human Rights in 1996.