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Muller, A. Charles

Institution: University of Tokyo
Department: Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology
Email: acmuller@l.u-tokyo.ac.jp

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Dr. Muller is a Professor in the Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology at the University of Tokyo. Dr. Muller’s main field of research is Buddhism, but he is also a student of the broader area of East Asian philosophy and religion (i.e., Buddhism, Confucianism, and Daoism). Continue reading


Nakamura, Fuyubi

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Museum of Anthropology
Email: fuyubi.nakamura@ubc.ca

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Fuyubi Nakamura (M.Sc., D.Phil. Oxford, 2006) is a socio-cultural anthropologist and curator, and joined the UBC Museum of Anthropology (MOA) in April 2014. She specializes in the anthropology of art, museum studies and material and visual cultures with special interest in Japan and its diasporas, India, Tibet and contemporary art. Continue reading


Nakayama, Atsuo

Institution: Bandai Namco Studios
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Email: info_vancouver@bandainamcostudios.com

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Atsuo Nakayama is currently general manager of Bandai Namco Studios Singapore, where they’re looking to build up a mobile/VR team. Atsuo was previously the studio head of Bandai Namco Studios Vancouver which created Pac-man 256, Pac-man Bounce and Tap My Katamari, growing to over 20 staff.Continue reading


Nappi, Carla

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Department of History
Email: Carla.Nappi@ubc.ca

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Carla Nappi is the Canada Research Chair in Early Modern Studies and Associate Professor of History. Her main research fields are the histories of science and medicine, early modern (Ming-Qing) China, and translation (broadly conceived), and she currently works and teaches in Manchu studies.Continue reading


Oanh, Nguyen Thi

Institution: Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences
Department: Institute of Han Nom Studies
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Nguyen Oanh Thi is a Doctor of Literature/Associate Professor at the Institute of Han Nom Studies, Vietnamese Academy of Social Sciences.Continue reading


Ochiai, Toshinori

Institution: International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies
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Email: icabs@icabs.ac.jp

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Toshinori Ochiai is a the President of the International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies. Continue reading


Qin, Zhihua

Radich, Michael

Institution: Victoria University
Department: School of Art History, Classics, and Religious Studies
Email: Michael.Radich@vuw.ac.nz

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Michael Radich teaches Buddhism and Asian Religions at Victoria University in New Zealand. Continue reading


Robson, James

Institution: Harvard University
Department: East Asian Languages and Civilization
Email: jrobson@fas.harvard.edu

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James Robson is Professor of East Asian Languages and Civilizations. He is the Director of Undergraduate Studies, East Asian Studies, and has served as Director of Graduate Studies for the Regional Studies East Asia M.A. program. Continue reading


Rusk, Bruce

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Department of Asian Studies
Email: bruce.rusk@ubc.ca

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Bruce Rusk is an Associate Professor in the Department of Asian Studies. His main areas of research and teaching are the cultural history of China, especially the Ming (1368–1644) through early Qing (1644–1911) dynasties. He has worked on the history of textual studies, literary culture, writing systems, and connoisseurship. Continue reading


Shahar, Meir

Institution: Tel-Aviv University
Department: Department of East Asian Studies
Email: mshahar@post.tau.ac.il

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Meir Shahar is a professor in the Department of East Asian Studies at Tel Aviv University. His current research focuses on interactions between Chinese religions, the Chinese literature, and Chinese martial arts.Continue reading


Sharf, Robert

Institution: University of California Berkley
Department: Center for Buddhist Studies
Email: rsharf@berkeley.edu

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Robert Sharf is D. H. Chen Distinguished Professor of Buddhist Studies in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at the University of California, Berkeley. He works primarily in the area of medieval Chinese Buddhism (especially Chan), but he also dabbles in Japanese Buddhism, Buddhist art, ritual studies, and methodological issues in the study of religion. Continue reading


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