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Seminar on Dunhuang Buddhism and Contemporary Chinese Literature

Presented by:  Lǐ Wěiguó, Editor-in-Chief, Shanghai People’s Publishing House, China

Taking a Closer Look at the Significance of Dunhuang Buddhist Manuscripts and Art

Bái Yè, Professor/Research Fellow, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China

The Status and Value of Contemporary Chinese Literature

Time: 4-6 pm, Thursday, May 31.2007


University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

The Council Chamber, AA-160

1265 Military Trail, Scarborough (South of 401, exit at Morningside)

Sponsored by:

Department of Humanities, University of Toronto (UTSC),

The UTSC Group of Buddhism and Ethics Studies

Contact: Prof. JinfenYan, 416-287-7131

Tri-Campus Chinese Undergraduate Student Association (CUA)

The UTSC Philosophers’ Society

The UTSC Association of Confucianism and Chinese Culture Studies

Contact: 416-356-9767or 905-666-5892


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