INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CHINA STUDIES VOL 11 NO 2 DECEMBER 2020 (Special Issue : Knowing “China” through a Religious Lens: Engagement, Self-fulfillment, and Scholarship)

ISSN 2180-3250
Pages 175-413
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Contents

Guest Editors' Introduction

by Chih-yu SHIH and Lang KAO

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Combining Contracdictions: Jewish Contributions to the Chinese Revolution

by Yitzhak SHICHOR

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The Propagation of Japanese Buddhism in China, 1910-40s: Japan as the Guardian of East Asian "Traditions"

by Shin KAWASHIMA

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The Russian Ecclesiastical Missions (1715-1864) to Peking and their Influence on China Studies in Russia

by Alexi D. VOSKRESSENSKI

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True Catholic and Authentic Chinese: The Theologico-Political Polemic in China

by Wing Kwan Anselm LAM

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Beyond China's Threat: The Contextual Theology of the Presbyterian Church in Taiwan

by Chih-yu SHIH and Samantha Wan-Yu TSENG

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Heidegger's Legacy for Comparative Philosophy and the Laozi

by Thomas MICHAEL

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Healing Practices Regenerate Local Knowledge: The Revival of Mongolian Shamanism in China's Inner Mongolia

by Saijirahu BUYANCHUGLA

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Sinitic Languages in the English Periodical Press of 19th Century China: Focus on The Chinese Repository and The China Review

by Luisa M. PATERNICO

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A Review on the Huiru Movement and Key Terms of Traditional Chinese Thought Used in Wang Daiyu's Work

by Ertugrul CEYLAN

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A Reflection on the Development of Buddhist Psychology in China

by Kai Chung Joe POON

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