We are pleased to share with you this special online collection of 10 articles from various issues of Journal of Chinese Overseas. You can now access these articles online for free: http://www2.brill.com/Journal_of_Chinese_Overseas
Destination China: Immigration to China in the Post-Reform Era
Edited by Angela Lehmann (University of Xiamen, China) and Pauline Leonard (University of Southampton, UK)
Published by Palgrave ISBN 978-1-137-54433-9
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University of Oxford, Faculty of Oriental Studies seeks Departmental Lecturer in Chinese Studies
Grade 7 - £31,604 - £38,833 p.a.; Full time, fixed term for one year covering vacancy
Based in the University of Oxford China Centre, Canterbury Road, Oxford
I am pleased to announce the release of several new books and a series.
Zen Master Yunmen: His Life and Essential Sayings.
Translated and edited by Urs App.
Along with such figures as Mazu, Linji, and Zhaozhou, Master Yunmen is one of the most important figures of Chan Buddhism’s classical period. A pioneer of the spontaneous and elliptical teaching style that later evolved into formal koan practice, Yunmen exerted tremendous influence on the development of Chan, Sŏn, and Zen Buddhisms.
I am happy to announce the publication of my book about Chinese political thought.