Sinologist


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a student of Chinese history and language and culture

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Western sinologists also demonstrate their knowledge of Chinese perspectives, but relatively few Western political analysts can use Chinese language sources.
Starting in the late 1940s, Sinologists started to pay attention to Mao's text.
In "El jardin de senderos que se bifurcan" (1941) an English Sinologist is murdered by a Chinese spy.
Dynamic scholarship also figures in two awards that touch the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford: Acquisition of the Year is the Sullivan Collection of Modern and Contemporary Chinese Art, a bequest from the great sinologist and art historian Michael Sullivan; Book of the Year is Jeremy Warren's catalogue of medieval and Renaissance sculpture in the museum, a work that is, as David Ekserdjian wrote in these pages in October, 'hard to put down'.
James Legge, a late 19th century Scottish sinologist and the first professor of Chinese at Oxford University, and Friedrich Max Muller, a philologist and orientalist editor of the Sacred Books of the East, strategically used their academic expertise to introduce a novel way of studying religion.
Cartographic aggression" is shorthand for redrawing maps to gobble up territory, writes Australian Sinologist Geremie Barme.
In 1948, the Harvard Sinologist John King Fairbank wrote, "China is a journalist's dream and a statistician's nightmare.
Asim Qidwai said that since 2008, AMTF has focused on concept of multidisciplinary services like Chelation, psychology, nutritional, pediatrics, oncology, ophthalmology, ENT, Orthopedics, Neurology, physician, sinologist, pharmacists etc.
Conspicuously absent from the list of distinguished contributors was a dedicated sinologist.
Having served from 2003-2005 as Deputy Assistant for National Security Affairs and Director of Policy Planning in the Office of the Vice President, Friedberg disclaims membership in the Sinologist "fraternity" and sets out to speak candidly about the central struggle of our time.
As I am a sinologist, specializing in traditional Chinese poetry, there is nothing surprising in that, except that I have not been here since 1981, when I led a tour group for less than three weeks.
Olivia Kraef, a Beijing-based sinologist from Germany, related a story of a recent trip in China, where someone wanted to drink a toast to Hitler with her.
The Marquis d'Hervey Saint-Denys, a French sinologist, wrote a book on the poetry of Tang China in 1862, which is considered by the sinologist Henry H.
Writing mainly for the latter, his first task is to introduce classical Neo-Confucianism, which he does as a highly trained Sinologist as well as a philosopher.
Professor Alka Acharya, a Sinologist, said China's increased closeness with Pakistan in recent years has definitely irked India.