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Year Nationality Name Position Then Topic of Research Plan
2014
Vietnam VU DUONG LUAN
Institute of Vietnamese Studies and Development Sciences, Vietnam National University, Hanoi
Ph. D. Candidate
Beyond state frontier and ethnic identity: Economy and Society of Qing-Vietnam borderland in the Late Imperial Era (c.1700-1874)
2014
USA Philip Thai
Stanford University, USA
Ph. D. Candidate
Smuggling and Anti-Smuggling Policies in Modern China
2014
Germany Frank Kraushaar
University of Latvia, Faculty of Humanities
Associate Professor
“Restoring Ambiguity歸隱. Critical Essays on a Poetic Paradigm in Selected Works of Li He (790-816), Lin Bu (967-1028) and Liu Yong (987-1053)”
2014
USA Linh D. Vu
University of California at Berkeley
Ph. D. Candidate
Bones of Contention: The War Dead in the Making of Modern China
2014
USA Stephen S. Chou
Centre for Chinese Language and Culture, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
Researcher
This Ritual of Ours: State Ritual and Theatrical Politics in Tang China
2014
USA Jonathan Ming-en Tang
University of California, Berkeley, Department of History
Ph. D. Candidate
A Stable Society in the Midst of Strife: Hunan Province and 'Warlord' China,1912-1928
2014
Canada Stephanie Lynn Balkwill
McMaster University
Ph. D. Candidate
Lives of Buddhist Women in the Northern Wei as Seen from Buddhist Inscriptions
2014
Canada Chih-mien Adrian Tseng
McMaster University
Ph. D. Candidate
A Study of the Compassionate Water Repentance in Chinese Buddhism and Its Influence on Chinese Society
Japan
Japan Center for Asian Historical Records, The National Archive of Japan
Researcher
2014
UK Andrew Lo
School of Oriental and African Studies, London University
Professor
Traditional Chinese Literati and the Culture of Peonies and Chrysanthemums