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News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

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<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
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<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kkuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding scholars of Buddhist studies to form an international workshop.

Chen-kuo LIN points out, Buddhist studies have been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhist studies have become a field highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhist studies; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhist studies to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant scholars of Buddhist studies in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kkuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.
<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding scholars of Buddhist studies to form an international workshop.

Chen-kuo LIN points out, Buddhist studies have been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhist studies have become a field highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhist studies; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhist studies to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant scholars of Buddhist studies in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 02, 2009 01:53AM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 02, 2009 01:53AM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 02, 2009 01:50AM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 02, 2009 01:50AM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: International Workshop on Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop



Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU



NCCU Campus News (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17 (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 02, 2009 12:30AM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief: Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop



Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU



NCCU Campus News (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17 (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 01, 2009 11:40PM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.
<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding Buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, Buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for Buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's Buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant Buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
Link: http://stn.nsc.gov.tw/en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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Change Date: November 01, 2009 11:37PM

News about the project at NSC Newsbrief
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
LiLink: http://stn.nsc.gov./enen/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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News about the project at NSC Newsbrief
<b>[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop</b>

<div align=center>
<img src=http://secrt.nccu.edu.tw/newsimages/981015lin_1.jpg>
Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
</div>


<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; etc.; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
LiLink: http://stn.nsc.gov.en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06
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<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
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<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as including Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
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Prof. Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy, NCCU
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<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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Title: [International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop
Source: NSC International Cooperation Sci-Tech Newsbrief / National Science Council, Taiwan
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
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<i>NCCU Campus News</i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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<i>NCCU Campus News </i> (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop (Chinese Version)

NCCU Campus News (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
<a href=http://buddhica.nccu.edu.tw>Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China</a>
<a href=http://www.nccu.edu.tw/news/detail.php?news_id=1161>NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17</a> (Chinese)

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[International Cooperation] To Enhance Taiwan's International Visibility, NCCU Invites Globally Outstanding Buddhism Study Researchers to An International Workshop (Chinese Version)

NCCU Campus News (2009/10/17) Professor Chen-Kuo LIN, Dept. of Philosophy at National Chengchi University, has obtained NSC's sponsorship for the three-year talent cultivation project "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China." Via the project, NCCU will invite many globally outstanding buddhism study scholars to form an international workshop.

Chen-Kuo LIN points out, buddhism study has been through rapid expansion during the late eighties to nineties, and now an academic community with certain scale has been formed in the world. Buddhism is one major pan-Asian religion as well as philosophical tradition; linguistic studies in terms of Sanskrit, Tibetan and Chinese, are deeply involved. Buddhism study has become highly international and cross-disciplinary. Europe is the current center for buddhism study; Japan and the US are chasing on behind. The findings in these countries are very influential to Taiwan scholars. Chen-Kuo LIN says, NCCU has comprehensive academic groups in this field, such as Department of Philosophy and Department of Religion; it also has scholars deep into Indian Buddhism. Hence NCCU is very suitable to carry out the task of integrating the relevant academic capacities in Taiwan. The project aims at introducing Taiwan's buddhism study to the world. With the topic "Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China," NCCU invites most of the significant buddhism scholars in the world to form an international research team, also closely cooperated with the local scholars. The result will be presented in form of monographs in English.


Further Information:
Official Website of Indian Buddhist Thought in the 6th-7th Century China
NCCU Campus News 2009/10/17 (Chinese)

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Author嚗MEPO Humanity Technology Inc.
Position嚗Sci-Tech Taiwan Editor for the NSC Newsbrief
Article Source嚗mepopedia.com
Publish Date嚗2009.10.30
LiLink: http://stn.nsc.gov.en/view_detail.asp?doc_uid=0981027001&kind_no=A06