At a moment when observers of contemporary China devote their attention to the country’s fast-changing economy and politics, Ian Johnson has spent much of the past decade immersing himself in China’s massive spiritual revival.
Join scholars and experts for an in-depth look at one of Southeast Asia's most exciting maritime archaeological finds: the Belitung Shipwreck. Followed by an all day symposium at Columbia University on Saturday, April 22.
In this performance, traditional Nanyin is merged with its Zen influences, and with other elements such as vocals, Indian tabla and keyboard instrumentation, Liyuan dance and more, to bring new life to this ancient art form.
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