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At noon on December 5, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Miyako Satoh (Department of East Asian Studies) will speak.

This talk gives an overview of recent thinking on the typology and structure of the liturgical texts found among the Dunhuang manuscripts. I propose dividing the thousands of liturgical texts found at Dunhuang into two main categories: liturgical protocols(zhaiyi 齋儀) and liturgies (zhaiwen 齋文). Liturgical protocols (sometimes called “written...

At noon on November 28, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Xin Wen (Department of East Asian Studies) will speak.

https://eas.princeton.edu/people/xin-wen

In 2015, Thomas Conlan, Japanese historian and Princeton University Professor of East Asian Studies and History, sought a set of “komonjo,” or Japanese medieval documents, for his graduate seminars in ancient and medieval Japanese history.

The Zhengao 真誥or Declarations of the Perfected is a collection of revealed material and textual fragments assembled by the eminent scholar and Daoist Tao Hongjing 陶弘景(456-536). The revelations included poems, instructions, and meditation methods received by the Daoist Yang Xi 楊羲(330-ca. 386) from a new class of deity (Perfected beings真人) and...

If you are a serious student of Japanese, the Princeton in Ishikawa (PII) program offers you an excellent opportunity to enhance your language skills and understanding of Japanese culture while enabling you to serve as an ambassador to Japan.

In Shanghai, 22 Princeton University participants in the Peking Opera Immersion Program spent three weeks learning the history and artistry of the traditional Chinese performance art. Below, University students pose at the conclusion of a day of training on the unique costumes, makeup and props typical of Peking opera style.

In Shanghai, 22 Princeton University participants in the Peking Opera Immersion Program spent three weeks learning the history and artistry of the traditional Chinese performance art. Below, University students pose at the conclusion of a day of training on the unique costumes, makeup and props typical of Peking opera style.  

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At noon on November 3, there will be a departmental colloquium seminar in Jones 202 at which Paize Keulemans (Department of East Asian Studies) will speak.

https://eas.princeton.edu/people/paize-keulemans

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