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  • Sinological Development Charitable Foundation

Sinological Development Charitable Foundation

Five-Year Compendium (2016-2020)

Edited by Federico Daniel Mina and Stephen C. Leach

English , 2022/06

260 x 185 x 15 mm , 204pp ISBN / ISSN : 978-988-237-266-5

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The Sinological Development Charitable Foundation (SDCF) aspires to help spread 5,000 years of cultural history embedded in the Chinese Classics as a fundamental basis for understanding Chinese civilization. To that end, every year since 2016, the SDCF has provided intensive summer programs by which means scholars from across the globe are brought together in situ (in Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, and mainland China) to learn together and share their research into some of the most important topics in Chinese Studies.

Over the last five years (2016–2020), candidates representing nations from Africa, the Americas, Europe, the Middle East, Russia, and other parts of Asia have embraced the SDCF program and its goals. This compendium is published to mark the milestone of five comprehensive programs completed successfully. It includes a sample of the best research by program participants from around the world, along with personal reflections and reflections by professors and tutors allied with the program. This book corroborates the belief of SDCF that through international collaborations we can deepen our understanding of classical ideas, while promoting harmonious relations between diverse people of different nations.

Federico Mina (閔峰松) is a researcher at the Institute of Humanities (IDH) of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET), Argentina. He has a licentiate degree in Philosophy from the National University of Córdoba, Argentina. He authored several papers and co-edited a book on Chinese philosophy and history. He has been working with the Sinological Development Charitable Foundation since 2020.

Stephen Leach (李沐陽) holds a B.A. in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Philosophy from The University of New Mexico. He teaches “Asian Philosophy” and “Philosophy as a Way of Life” at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. Recipient of a China Studies Institute Fellowship (Shanghai, Xi’an, and Beijing), a Japan Studies Institute / Nippon Foundation Joint Fellowship (Tokyo, Kyoto, and Beppu), an NEH Fellowship (Buddhist Traditions of Tibet), and two Kierkegaard Library Fellowships, he lives in McAllen, Texas, with his wife, Sally, and their two dogs, Pogi and Aster.

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