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East Asia Library to Host Lecture on Geo-spatial Information of Archival Sources

On Wednesday, December 8, 2010, a presentation about the recent development in spatio-temporal infrastructure and their applications to interdisciplinary studies will be held at the newspaper / public reading area of the East Asia Library, located on Meyer Library 4th floor. The presentation starts at 4:15pm and features Dr. I-Chun Fan, Executive Director of the Center for Geographic Information Science, Research Center for Humanities and Social Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taiwan, and Dr. Hsiung-Ming Liao, Assistant Research Specialist of the Center for Geographic Information Science. Dr. Fan is also Research Fellow of Institute of History and Philology, Academia Sinica. The event is open to the public.


Selected New Books

September-October 2010

日本密教人物事典
柴田賢龍編
国書刊行会, 2010-
BQ6353 .K82 D337 2010

East Asia Library Brings Famous Chinese Performing Artists to Campus, October 15, 2010




The Stanford East Asia Library Presents:

CHINA AND THE PERFORMING ARTS

OCTOBER 15, 2010 | 3:00PM—5:00PM

Stanford East Asia Library Brings Chinese Performing Artists to Campus

The Stanford East Asia Library, partnered with the Center for East Asian Studies and the Stanford Confucius Institute, will bring to campus the lectures and performance of famous Chinese performing artists including Mr. Shang Changrong and Ms. Mao Weitao. The event, China and the Performing Arts, will be held in Campbell Recital Hall, Braun Music Center, from 3pm to 5pm on October 15, 2010. During the session, audience member will have opportunities to hear what these amazing performers of Peking Opera and Shaoxing Opera have to say about performing, art, life, and culture in China. There will also be opportunities to ask questions and see a special performance. Other visiting artists include Mr. Zhou Zhiqiang, actor and director of National Theater of China, Ms. Han Yanwen, folk opera singer and Ms. Li Li, dancer and choreographer.


China and the Performing Arts

The Stanford East Asia Library presents:

CHINA AND THE PERFORMING ARTS

OCTOBER 15, 2010 | 3:00PM—5:00PM
Place: Campbell Recital Hall, Braun Music Center, 541 Lasuen Mall
Admission: Free and open to public

Stanford University is proud to host the visit by famous Chinese performing artists:
Mr. Shang Changrong - Peking Opera Performer
Ms. Mao Weitao - Shaoxing Opera Performer


勇見袋 1

當麻曼荼羅繪抄 1

傾城禁短気 1

女源氏教訓鑑 1

春蝶 1

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