Sinology

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the study of Chinese history and language and culture

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That is the reason, according to him, why he focused on Chinese Studies, one of the oldest and most culturally rich civilizations in history, " so that I can help others understand the Chinese so that we may all be able to work together.
It has a dedicated Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies and an extensive Chinese collection at its Oriental Museum.
Enhanced with the inclusion of an instructive DVD, it is an ideal and enthusiastically recommended addition to personal and academic library Chinese Studies instructional reference collections.
The Faculty of Chinese Studies was opened in Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies.
New Delhi, July 15 ( ANI ): The Chairperson and Associate Professor of Chinese Studies at the Centre for East Asian Studies, School of International Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, Alka Acharya, said on Tuesday that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping is a good sign for improving bilateral ties between the two countries.
Chinese Studies in the Netherlands: Past, Present and Future
KARACHI -- The University of Karachi intends to establish a department of Chinese Studies.
She is a research associate at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies at Harvard University, and this coming year she will be at Beijing University on a Fulbright Fellowship.
Bangor University has approved a unique LLB law degree which combines expertise in law with contemporary Chinese studies.
Abdulaziz bin Saleh bin Salma, Undersecretary of the Ministry of Culture and Information for External Information, met here today with a delegation of the Chinese Studies Center.
Confucius centre: Prof Dermot Cahill Bangor Law School Head, Professor Dermot Cahill, said a degree in Law and Chinese Studies will be launched as a result of the link.
The result is an outstanding survey highly recommended for any collection strong in Chinese studies.
Presenting an encyclopedic reference from a distinctively Chinese perspective, profusely enhanced throughout with illustrations, maps, timelines, sidebars, and even traditional Chinese proverbs, the "Berkshire Encyclopedia of China" is a core reference which is highly recommended for personal, professional, academic, and community library International Studies collections in general, and Chinese Studies reference collections and supplemental reading lists in particular.
University librarian Peter Fox said: "Our Chinese collections, already among the finest in the world in terms of range and quality, have been spectacularly launched into the electronic era thanks to Premier Wen's munificent gift, and now offer even more comprehensive support for the development of Chinese Studies in Cambridge.
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