Translated by Michael Saso.
Published for the Tendai Educational Institute, by the University of Hawaii, 1992
Available for purchase.
8 plus 143 pages. A translation of learned articles by four of the China’s best scholars; Written after Tiananmen, 1990-91.
Ren Jiyu shows that there are really no differences in Shen Xiu’s northern Zen, and Hui Yuan’s southern Zen. Du Jiwen finds best Buddhist scholars were minorities, not Han Chinese. Cai Dahua shows the influence of Zhuangzi in major Chinese Buddhist schools; Jiang Shuzuo traces early Buddhism in art motifs.
Recommended for university and graduate seminars, understanding Buddhism in China.