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Dr Leslie de Vries (Lecturer in East Asian Studies, Kent), "Poetry and formulas: A Vietnamese doctor's strategy of therapy and well-being"
Prof Ann Heirman (Professor of Chinese Language and Culture and Buddhist Studies, Ghent), 'Sport activities for Buddhist monastics: beneficial to health, well-being and body? A vinaya perspective'
Dr Jonathan Mair (Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology, Kent), 'Renouncing with the body and renouncing with the mind: the role of the body in ethical self-cultivation in Fo Guang Shan, an international Chinese Buddhist movement'
Prof Andreas Niehaus (Professor of Japanese Language and Culture, Ghent), "Dietary rules and body knowledge in Kaibara Ekiken's Yôjôkun(1713)".
Dr Joy Zhang (Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Kent), 'How to be Modern: China's search for "good food"'
Prof Richard King (Professor of Buddhist and Asian Studies, Kent), 'Ancient and modern Mindfulness'
Wrap-up session: Dr Ward Blanton (Reader in Biblical Cultures and European Thought, Kent)
University of Kent,
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Contact: Leslie de Vries