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You, Ziyong

Institution: Capital Normal University
Department: School of History
Email: youziyong@163.com

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Ziyong You is a Professor in the School of History at Capital Normal University.Continue reading


Yu, Henry

Institution: University of British Columbia
Department: Department of History
Email: henry.yu@ubc.ca



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Henry Yu was born in Vancouver, B.C., and grew up in Vancouver and on Vancouver Island. He received his BA in Honours History from UBC and an MA and PhD in History from Princeton University. After teaching at UCLA for a decade, Yu returned to UBC as an Associate Professor of History to help build programs focused on trans-Pacific Canada. Continue reading


Zhai, Minhao

Institution: Princeton University
Department: Department of Religion
Email: mzhai@princeton.edu

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Minhao Zhai is a PhD student in Princeton University. His research mainly covers Dunhuang Studies, esoteric Buddhism, and interactions among different religious traditions in medieval China.Continue reading


Zhan, Ru

Institution: Peking University
Department: Department of Oriental Languages and Literature
Email: zhanru1968@163.com

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Zhan Ru is a Professor in Peking University’s School of Foreign Languages. His areas of research include: Buddhist and Buddhist literature, the Indian Ministry of Buddhism, Dunhuang Buddhism, and the Buddhist system.Continue reading


Zhang, Shubin

Institution: Zhejiang University
Department: Center for Buddhist Art
Email: zhang_bin6688@163.com

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Shubin Zhang is a post-doctoral fellow in the Center for Buddhist Art in China at Zhejiang University, with a dissertation titled “Dharma and Orthodoxy: The Formation of a Buddhist Sanctuary in Mt. Wutai and Its Visual Imagery in the East Asian Faith System” (《正法與正統——五臺山佛教聖地的建構及在東亞的視覺呈現》), under the supervision of Prof. Zaixin Hong.Continue reading


Zimmerman, Michael

Institution: Hamburg University
Department: Numata Center for Buddhist Studies
Email: michael.zimmermann@uni-hamburg.de

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Michael Zimmerman is a professor of Indian Buddhism at the Asien-Afrika-Institut of the University of Hamburg. 
His research focuses on all aspects of Mahayana Buddhism in India, in particular its textual-historical dimension, based on the study of primary sources in the Buddhist canonical languages of India, Tibet and China.Continue reading


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