About Exploring Chinese Buddhism

 

About the author 

 

Guoying Stacy Zhang is dedicated to promoting Buddhist art and wisdom and making the world more beautiful. Her publications include “A Symbol in Mass Production: Ruyi Images in the Inner and Outer Cities Under the Qianlong Reign”, Forum 15 (2012) and “From Kinnara to Kalavinka: On the Autonomy of Image in Buddhist Transmission from India to China,” (paper presented at Princeton University, 27 February 2016). In July 2016, she helped to curate the Exhibition on Shanxi Buddhist Art and Intangible Cultural Heritage on Mount Wutai. Zhang has worked with Christie’s, the Palace Museum in Beijing, Shanghai Museum, Sotheby’s, and other leading organisations in the field. She holds two MA with Distinction in Art History at the School of Oriental and African Studies and the Courtauld Institute of Art. Prior to that, she was educated at Fudan University and UC Berkeley.

 

Exploring Chinese Buddhism is published bi-monthly. 

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Human Connection: Retired Catholic Priests and a Chinese Buddhist Monk
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