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The Thirteenth Dalai Lama at Wutai Shan: Exile and Diplomacy
Creator's Description: The Thirteenth Dalai Lama’s flight from Lhasa in 1904, his sojourn in Mongolia and his reception at the Qing court in Beijing are fairly well known. Less well studied i...
Tibetan Poetry on Wutai Shan
Creator's Description: Throughout the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries authors from the Tibetan tradition of Buddhism composed numerous poems on Five-Peaked Mountain (Wutai shan)....
Tibetan Buddhism at Wutai Shan in the Qing: The Chinese-language Register
Creator's Description: In contrast to the few anti-Tibetan Buddhist statements preserved in the Confucian-dominated historiography of the Qing court, this essay demonstrates the generosity and ...
Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, Issue 7
This is the seventh issue of the Journal of the International Association of Tibetan Studies, edited by Karl Debreczeny and released in July, 2013. This issue focuses on the influential eightee...
Si tu paṇ chen chos kyi ’byung gnas in History: A Brief Note
Creator's Description: Si tu chos kyi ’byung gnas’s (1699/1700-1774) history of the Karma bka’ brgyud pa is a vital source for the history of his subsect and for Tibetan history from the ...
Bla brang Monastery and Wutai Shan
Creator's Description: This article explores the connections between Labrang Monastery and Wutai Shan. It shows that in addition to seeking the benefits of Wutai Shan’s religious qualities, t...
Wutai Shan, Qing Cosmopolitanism, and the Mongols
Creator's Description: The aim of this article is to challenge some of the circumscribed ethnic boundaries that shape much of “New Qing History” in order to explore the Manchu dynasty as an...
The Jiaqing Emperor’s Magnificent Record of the Western Tour
Creator's Description: The Qing Jiaqing Emperor’s Magnificent Record of the Western Tour (xixun shengdian), published in 1812, is the last “magnificent record” of the Qing d...
Tales of Conjured Temples (hua si) in Qing Period Mountain Gazetteers
Creator's Description: A study of Qing records of the monk-pilgrim Wuzhuo’s (eighth century) entry into the conjured Vajra Grotto/Prajñā Temple (jingang ku/banruo si) at Tang period (618-90...
Mongol Pilgrimages to Wutai Shan in the Late Qing Dynasty
Creator's Description: Since the beginning of the Qing Dynasty, Mongols have viewed Wutai Shan as a substitute for Tibet pilgrimages. Relying on various Mongolian, Chinese, Japanese, and Wester...
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