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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
Notice of Gender Transformations Conference 
We are pleased to inform you that your paper based on your abstract has been accepted by the Review Committee of the Gendering Transformations: Feminist Knowledge Production and Trans/national Activist Engagement International Conference. However, in light of the global Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the conference organizers have decided to postpone the event to 2021. More
Foreign Scholars Workshop 
National Central Library organized a series of Foreign Scholars Workshop Curriculum. Starting from May to October, this Workshop Curriculum based on different topics to guide the visiting scholars through the research equipment and facility of our National Central Library. This workshop series aims at promoting academic exchange and better acquaint with research materials in Taiwan, and we open to all the foreign scholars from academic institutions and universities in Taiwan. More
Announcement of the Research Grant for Foreign Scholars Program 
Application deadline for this year is May 31, Due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus), overseas mails may not reach Taiwan in a timely manner. Please send the signed letter of recommendation in PDF format to ccsgrant@ncl.edu.tw .More
Large gatherings during Coronavirus pandemic; Please avoid any nonessential travel abroad 
The CECC has announced that the travel notice for all countries will now be raised to Level 3: Warning, effective 00:00 Taipei Standard Time (GMT+8) on March 21. The CECC emphasizes that citizens should avoid any nonessential travel abroad and all inbound travelers will be subject to a 14-day home quarantine upon arrival in Taiwan. A kind reminder, during home quarantine, leaving your accommodation will result in a fine up to NT$1,000,000 (US$33,063).More
 

 

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