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Written by Jane Caple   
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 18:35

From the Field: Tibetan Monasteries

Shva rDZong Ri KHrod monastery (Chinese: Xiazong si), Ping’an county, Qinghai province. The founder of the Gelugpa school of Tibetan Buddhism, Tsongkhapa, was ordained at this monastery aged three. The monastery now has four attendant monks.

 

A Photo Essay: The Diversity of Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in today's Qinghai and Gansu provinces.

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Written by Ben Caesar   
Sunday, 14 December 2008 09:35

Language tech: Pleco 2

Image of the Plecodict software referencing the University of Hawai'i ABC dictionary. http://www.pleco.com .

Pleco 2: Chinese Study with a PDA/Smartphone

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Written by Flemming Christiansen   
Thursday, 30 October 2008 16:27

Chinese Sociology

Professor Christiansen addressing the Nanjing Conference audience.

Affirming the International Importance of Chinese Sociology at the Nanjing Conference 2008.

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Written by Flemming Christiansen   
Monday, 20 October 2008 16:40

Opinion: China and Why We Are Needed

Professor Flemming Christiansen on the growing need for new research and new researchers on China.

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Written by Ioannis Gaitanidis   
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 21:26

From the Field: Japanese Shamanism

On the bank of sai-no-kawara visitors are busy praying and building cairns.

The itako, 50 years after Carmen Blacker.

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Written by Kaneko Masaru   
Tuesday, 21 October 2008 14:05

Opinion: Why Japan Matters

Kaneko Masaru is Professor of Economics, Keio University.

Professor Kaneko considers Japan's relevance in a rapidly globalising world.

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Written by Mika Ko   
Saturday, 18 October 2008 17:24

Japanese Cinema

Dr Mika Ko's 15 Must-see Japanese Films

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Written by Thomas McAuley   
Tuesday, 07 October 2008 16:15

Teaching: Pioneering New Language Training

Thomas McAuley talks about the M.A. Advanced Japanese Studies and the technology behind it.

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