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Professor William Theodore de Bary of Columbia University, who was named the winner of the Tang Prize in Sinology, has led a paradigm shift in Chinese studies in the West, scholars said Monday.
Professor William Theodore de Bary of Columbia University, winner of the 2016 Tang Prize in Sinology, said that Taiwan has done well to preserve Confucianism, a key element of Chinese culture and the focus of his lifetime study.
Pecorino: The Italian wine that has made a return from oblivion
It is the rising star of Italian wine, a green-gold white starting to earn an international reputation for its distinctive mineral edge and ageing potential.
All that glitters is gold: 'Stairway' may be worth millions
The surviving members of Led Zeppelin were reunited Friday in a Los Angeles courtroom as bassist John Paul Jones testified in defense of his bandmates in a high-stakes copyright lawsuit that claims the band ripped off a riff used in "Stairway to Heaven."
High colt-ure
Britain's Prince William takes part in a polo match at the Gloucestershire Festival of Polo at Beaufort Polo Club in Tetbury, Britain, on Saturday, June 18.
A new stage
This photo provided by the Greater Taichung government shows Taiwan's first and only two-story dance stage. The stage, fitted with a hidden platform that can be lowered, is one of the iconic spaces at the landmark National Taichung Theater (臺中國家歌劇院).
Komuro in Taiwan
Komuro Tetsuya (小室 哲哉), left, and Sakamoto Miu (坂本 美雨), right, attend a media event and piano solo concert at ATT SHOW BOX in Taipei City on Sunday, June 19. One of the most successful producers in Japanese pop music history, Komuro's attendance marks his first appearance in Taiwan in 19 years.
Fancy to whimsical: Joan Rivers' items on auction
Joan Rivers was many things: brash and brassy comedian, queen of QVC, petite mistress of great big gowns.
Famed artist Christo invites the public to walk on water at lake
Renowned artist Christo Vladimirov Javacheff can walk on water. And thanks to him so can you.
Review: Mumford & Sons' `Johannesburg' a rich, rhythmic romp
Mumford & Sons' new five-song EP is a tonal and rhythmic departure from the band's past three albums. Written with Senegalese singer Baaba Maal, Malawian group The Very Best and South African band Beatenberg, "Johannesburg" blends Mumford's folk sounds with African rhythms and instruments with rich results.
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