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Bai, Zhaojie

Institution: Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences
Department: Institute of Philosophy
Email: bai_longfeng@163.com

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Bai Zhaojie is an Assistant Research Professor in the Institute of Philosophy, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. His research fields include Daoism, Buddhism, and their interactions in medieval China.Continue reading


Ji, Zhe

Institution: INALCO
Department: Département Chine
Email: zhe.ji@inalco.fr

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JI Zhe is currently a professor of sociology at the Institut national des langues et civilisations orientales-Université Sorbonne Paris Cité in France.Continue reading


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


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


McBride, Richard

Institution: Brigham Young University
Department: Asian and Near Eastern Languages Department
Email: richard_mcbride@byu.edu

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Richard D. McBride II is Associate Professor of Korean Studies and Buddhist Studies at Brigham Young University.  He earned a PhD. in East Asian Languages and Cultures at UCLA (2001), specializing in Korean and Chinese Buddhism and early Korean history. Continue reading


Wang, Song

Institution: Peking University
Department: Philosophy Department
Email: wangsong_pku@163.com

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Wang Song received his B. A. and M. A. in Philosophy from Peking University and a Ph.D. in East Asian Buddhism from the International College for Postgraduate Buddhist Studies, Tokyo. Prior to teaching at the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies of Peking University in 2005, he conducted his postdoctoral research as Overseas Researcher of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS).Continue reading


Li, Jingjie

Institution: Tsinghua University
Department: Department of Art History
Email: jingjieli2002@aliyun.com

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Jingjie Li is a professor in the Department of Art History at Tsinghua University. His research centers on Buddhist material culture, with a focus on the key ideas of Buddhist material culture under the Northern, Southern and Sui Dynasties as well as the Tang and Song Dynasties.Continue reading


Kuan, Guang

Institution: King's College of London University / The Wutai International Institute of Buddhism and East Asian Cultures
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Email: guang.kuan@kcl.ac.uk

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Kuan Guang conducted his doctoral research on Chinese Buddhism in the Ming dynasty at SOAS, the University of London. His research interests lies in Chinese Buddhist history, particularly Ming Buddhist history.Continue reading


Zimmermann, Michael

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

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Michael Zimmermann 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


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


Tsai, Bolang

Institution: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (DILA)
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Bolang Tsai is a Professor at the Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts (DILA).Continue reading


Teng, Wei-jen

Institution: Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts
Department: Buddhist Studies, Associate Professor and Head of the Department
Email: weijen.teng@ddbc.edu.tw

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Prof. Wei-jen TENG currently teaches at Dharma Drum Institute of Liberal Arts, Taiwan.Prof. Teng’s research interests include Buddhist Theory of Mind and Meditation, Intellectual History of Chinese Buddhism, and more recently Buddhism and modernity. Continue reading


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