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Year
Nationality
Name
Position Then
Topic of Research Plan
1996
Korea
Department of Philosophy, Seoul National UniversityProfessor
Philosophical Exchanges between Confucianism and Christianity in 17th-Century China and 18th-Century Korea
1996
USA
University of California at San DiegoPh. D. Candidate
The Nanking Massacre and its Aftermath
1996
Romania
Department of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard UniversityPh. D. Candidate
Manufacturing Victimhood: Moral Conservatism in Contemporary China
1996
USA
Department of History, Washington University, St. LouisPh. D. Candidate
Nationalism and Education in Republican China, 1900-1949
1996
Russia
Institute of Far Eastern Studies, Russian Academy of SciencesAssociate Professor
Comparative Analysis of the Economic Thought of Taiwan and Mainland China
1996
Vietnam
The National Center for Social Sciences and Humanities, NCSSHProfessor
1996
Australia
Chi-kong Lai
Department of History, University of QueenslandAssociate Professor
Business Network and Investment Pattern in Modern China
1996
Japan
Kansai UniversityPh. D. Candidate
1996
Italy
Department of Anthropology, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of LondonPh. D. Candidate
Changing Chinese Senses of Place, Community and Identity: The Cult of Tu-di Gong in Contemporary Taiwan
1997
Czech Republic
Lucie Borotova
Institute of East Asian Studies, Charles University, PragueAssociate Professor
19th and 20th Century Chinese Painting