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Foreign Scholars Workshop 外籍學人圖書館資源利用課程 
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The publication of Conference Proceeding "Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms" 
The chapters assembled in this volume emerged from a conference held at Leipzig University from November 29 to December 1, 2018, on the theme of "Daoism and Local Cults: Rethinking the Paradigms." It was hosted by Leipzig University Library and the Leipzig University Institute of East Asian Studies, and co-sponsored by the National Central Library (Taipei), the École Pratique des Hautes Études, and the Society for the Study of Chinese Religions. More
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2021 MOFA Taiwan Fellowship Candidates 
92 applicants from 37 countries are selected as 2021 Taiwan Fellowship Candidates. After submitting a Letter of Consent for Research by the end of 2020, the candidates will officially become Taiwan Fellowship Scholars. Here comes the full list, in alphabetical order by country More
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Admission list of 2021 Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese 
The candidates of 2021 Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese have been confirmed. 100 applicants were reviewed by the reviewing committee, consisting of six experts and held by Director General Ms. Tseng Shu-hsien, on August 25th, 2020. Based on the reviewing result, 20 approved candidates and 34 alternative candidates from 20 countries are selected as 2021 Center for Chinese Studies Research Grant for Foreign Scholars in Chinese candidates. The full list is as follows in alphabetical order by country. More
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Call for Papers: “The Negotiations, Divisions and Conjoinings of the Three Teachings” Special Issue 
The December 2021 issue of Chinese Studies will be a special issue entitled “The Negotiations, Divisions and Conjoinings of the Three Teachings” and guest-edited by Hsi-San Lai 賴錫三, professor at the Department of Chinese Literature, National Sun Yat-sen University. Papers may be submitted in either Chinese or English. Submissions in Chinese should not exceed 25,000 characters, and those in English should not exceed 30 pages. Length and style should follow the “Guide for Submissions to Chinese Studies” and “Chinese Studies Stylesheet.”More
 

 

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