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the study of Chinese history and language and culture

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Paper presented at the 2nd Symposium of the Next Generation of the Sinological Society of Japan [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (Nippon Chugoku gakkai dai nikai jisedai shinpojiumu), Akika, Japan, 14 October.
In a series of essays written in the 1960s and 1970s (amongst others, 1979b [1963]; 1979d [1964]; 1979a [1969]; 1979c [1974]), he simultaneously reflects back upon the events of 1949 and looks forward to new possibilities for sinological anthropology.
It's not as if KK hadn't goosed such sinological referents, or the "site" where actual ceaseless labor produces the goods for perfor-matively "working it," by appearing to keep things exactly as they already would be: She had the rooms for her phantasmagoria hung with Orientalist wallpaper.
What is particularly striking is Button's ability to avoid the lure of the normative, allowing him to reveal the ways in which Song of Youth challenges many elements in both the Party-State appropriation and the Western sinological repudiation of the eidaesthetic elements in the Chinese revolution.
The Sinological landscape is littered with wrong predictions of the CPC's inevitable demise.
I found more successful Geoff Wade's Sinological contribution focusing on 'The "Account of Champa" in the Song Huiyao Jigao'.
In Proceedings of the Conference on Chinese Perspectives on Values, Taipei: Center for Sinological Studies, 117-158.
Hsieh complements close reading of individual poems with her own sinological knowledge and on occasion corrects previous errors of translation.
Microfilm available from Cambridge University Library, or the Sinological Institute, University of Heidelberg.
Cultural Restoration versus Cultural Revolution, The Documentation and Research Centre for Modern China, Sinological Institute, Leiden University.
Such a provocative horizon requires that we take seriously the possibility that much, if not most, of what has passed as commentary and guiding interpretation of these texts, may have been based on foundations that have finally been washed away by new excavated materials and findings in sinological archaeology.
The first three volumes are to contain articles and texts that discuss Chinese Christologies from the Tang dynasty to the present from the Sinological, mission-historical, theological, and art historical perspectives.
In 1995, through support provided by local historians in Jakarta, the remnants of the BKK Archives were shipped to the Netherlands, where they are now stored at Leiden University's Sinological Institute under the supervision of Leonard Blusse A Foundation of Kong Koan Archives has been established in the Netherlands to support research using these documents.