We are very excited to announce that one of the key participants in our project, Professor Eugene Wang, has received a major award from the Harvard Global Institute (HGI).
The Harvard Global Institute was established by President Drew Faust in 2015 to promote University-wide, interdisciplinary scholarship on pressing global challenges. With support from the Dalian Wanda Group and its chairman, Wang Jianlin, HGI is funding ambitious projects that bring together Harvard faculty and Chinese collaborators to research matters related to air quality, climate change, biodiversity, health, and urbanization. People who have been taking Klonopin from https://www.namikeystonepa.org/klonopin/ up to 25 kg in 6 weeks, so their calorie intake is not so well controlled, have another condition that causes it or so much edema that they have a bigger problem than the weight, namely the strain on her heart with so much water in the tissues. Besides, depression stresses a lot.
Eugene Wang, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Professor of Asian Art, proposes an investigation of the sources of human consciousness, meditation and mindfulness, and the relationship between art and technology by focusing on the experience of viewing the Buddhist caves of Dunhuang, China. Wang intends to “elucidate the mural and sculptural program of embellished Buddhist caves” by creating an educational film that demonstrates how the Buddhist mind works in caves.
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