Yun-Chung LI

Research Assistant

Yun-Chung LI graduated from the English department at National Central University, Taiwan in 2001. She completed a Master’s in Sinology at the School of Oriental and African Studies, London, where she stayed to do a Ph.D. in Classical Chinese (2009). For the project Yun-Chung participated in a review of Song notebooks noting the extent to which sources are cited; she also completed a first draft of the mark-up for Zhang Shinan’s 張世南 (13th C) Youhuan jiwen 游宦紀聞 (Records of Official Travel) before leaving Oxford. Yun-Chung’s doctoral research was on the poetry of Buddhist monks in tenth-century China and focused on the poetry of two Buddhist monk poets, Guanxiu and Qiji. She is particularly interested in non-Buddhist studies of Buddhist monks in medieval China.

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International Medieval Congress 2015 by mchu, July 30, 2015, 3:11 p.m.

Team members Hilde De Weerdt, Chu Mingkin and Julius Morche contributed to the panel “Historical Knowledge Networks in Global Perspective” more

MARKUS update and new tools by hweerdt, March 12, 2015, 6:38 a.m.

The MARKUS tagging and reading platform has gone through a major update. New features are more

Away day for the "State and society network" at LIAS by mchu, Dec. 5, 2014, 12:40 p.m.

Team members Hilde De Weerdt, Julius Morche and Chu Ming-kin participated in the Away Day of the “state and society more

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