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Author: Darryl Sterk

, artefacts, social institutions, and the once foreign but now familiar words for their expression. As one of the first attempts to ecologise a language in Taiwan, this paper adopts a longue durée perspective, regarding precolonial linguistic developments in Seediq as adaptations to ecological change and

In: International Journal of Taiwan Studies
The economic emergence of East Asia—first Japan, followed by the Little Dragons and Southeast Asia, and the recent rise of China, has produced a paradigm shift in the study of the East Asian regions. Not only has an earlier understanding based on adaptation to Western models given way to a re-evaluation of the interface between the local and the global, but scholarship itself has become increasingly transnational. This is evidenced in hitherto unseen levels of transnational collaboration, conferences and research programs, and the creation of on-line archives and virtual intellectual communities. East Asia, broadly defined to include both northeast and southeast Asia, has contributed greatly to this shift. This series aims at providing a platform for the products of this scholarship, encouraging interdisciplinary, transnational and comparative research on the countries and peoples of the East Asian region, and their regional and global interactions. In an effort to reflect the full range of collaborations that are now taking place across the globe this series will feature monographs and edited volumes as well as translated works that explore the global processes of change in East Asia and the historical role of East Asia in the creation of the institutions, ideas, and practices that constitute our contemporary world.

Volume Editor: Carmen Meinert
Since in the current global environmental and climate crisis East Asia will play a major role in negotiating solutions, it is vital to understand East Asian cultural variations in approaching and solving environmental challenges in the past, present, and future. The interdisciplinary volume Nature, Environment and Culture in East Asia. The Challenge of Climate Change, edited by Carmen Meinert, explores how cultural patterns and ideas have shaped a specific understanding of nature, how local and regional cultures develop(ed) coping strategies to adapt to environmental and climatic changes in the past and in the present and how various institutions and representatives might introduce their ideas and agendas in future environmental and climate policies on national levels and in international negotiating systems.
Author: Sander Chan

© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden,  DOI: 10.1163/156805809X439912 EJEAS . () – European Journal of East Asian Studies www.brill.nl/ejea Partnerships for Sustainable Development in China: Adaptation of a Global Governance Instrument 1 Sander Chan Institute for Environmental Studies

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

constitutes the earthly biography of Bodhisattva Guanyin (V. Quan Âm 觀音), a deity that was very popular in both countries. We examine the importation of baojuan into Vietnam and compare the social and cultural contexts in which Vietnamese adaptations of such texts were produced and circulated with the use

In: East Asian Publishing and Society
Author: Heekyoung Cho

-language newspaper of the 1910s, and garnered a degree of attention from readers that might seem surprising today. In fact, adaptations and translations were not a minor subset of literary production but constituted the mainstream itself, and, as laboratories for experimentation with the new form of modern

In: East Asian Publishing and Society
Author: Suyoung Son

much foreign imports as domestic products. How, then, are we to determine whether it was the original Chinese text or its Korean adaptation that exerted an influence on the Korean audience? The often blurred boundary between the original and the adapted version in textual transmission forces us both to

In: East Asian Publishing and Society

1 Introduction and Background of Study 1 This paper is derived from a project that examines a diverse range of Taiwan migrants to Hong Kong, by studying the types and trajectories of their migration, their socio-economic attainment, and their adaptation, which are conventional issues

In: Translocal Chinese: East Asian Perspectives
Author: Margaret Mehl

nineteenth century through spiritual strength and education) and cultivated a stereotypical image, the adaptation of this image to suit their own needs represents a highly creative process which resulted in two successful private schools. Keywords Japan, education, private schools, private universities

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies

......................................................... 91 SANDERCHAN, Partnerships for Sustainable Development in China: Adaptation of a Global Governance Instrument. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 121 MEl-LING CHIEN, Extramarital Court and Flirt of Guizhou Miao.. . .. . 135 © Koninklijke Brill NY, LeiJen, 2009 Dor: 1O.1l63/156805809X

In: European Journal of East Asian Studies