Our Phd student Giacomo Baggio has been awarded a six-month fellowship by the Sheng Yen Education Foundation, and will be visiting scholar in the Graduate Institute of Religious Studies at the National Cheng Chi University, in Taipei, from March to September 2017.
During his stay in Taiwan, Mr. Baggio will conduct further research for his doctoral dissertation on the text Zhu Weimojie jing
[T 1775] and the genre of commentary in Chinese Buddhism.
4 to 5.30 p.m.
The 51st edition of KEI week is devoted to the theme of sustainability. On Monday 12 August, around 6,000 KEI participants and KEI leaders were handed cloth bags instead of plastic ones and a KEI wristband with a chip enabling digital payments. A vegetarian...
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