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1.TU Cheng-sheng, “How Has China Been Formed?”
2.LEE Hsiu-ping, “Comparative Analysis of Archaeological Contexts”
3.CHU Ping-yi, “The Good Shepherd and the Lost Sheep: Visiting Carlo Ginzburg and the Chinese-Language Catholic Documents Collected by Giuseppe Gasparo Mezzofanti at University of Bologna”
4.HSIEH Ming-Liang, “Jingdezhen and Longquan Porcelain Shards of the Yuan Dynasty Gathered from Khara-Khoto (‘Black City’) in IHP, Academia Sinica, Collections”
5.KAO Chen-huan, “Research Results Concerning the Document Restoration of the Han Dynasty Juyan Slips (II)”
6.SHEN Yaming, “The ‘Arks’ that C. C. Shen Used to Rescue Juyan Han Wooden Slips: From Peking to Tientsin”
7.Study Group on Xu Gao Seng Zhuan, “Interpretation and Comments on Xu Gao Seng Zhuan (IX)”

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