Jack Chia Meng-tat
- Cornell University
Jack Meng-Tat Chia is a Ph.D. student in Southeast Asian history at Cornell University. Born and raised in Singapore, he received his B.A. (Hons) and M.A. in history from the National University of Singapore, and his A.M. in East Asian Studies from Harvard University, where he was a Harvard-Yenching Doctoral Scholar. His research interests include Southeast Asia-China interactions, Buddhism, Chinese popular religion, and overseas Chinese history. His articles have appeared in journals such as Asian Culture, China Quarterly, Dongnanya yanjiu, New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, and SOJOURN. He is currently conducting research for his dissertation, which is tentatively entitled: "Diasporic Dharma: Buddhism and Modernity across the South China Sea."
“Zhongxin guanxi zhong de fojiao—Hongchuan fashi jiqi fanghua 中新關係中的佛教－宏船法師及其訪華 (1982-1990).” Dongnanya yanjiu 東南亞研究 (Southeast Asian Studies) No. 4 (2013): 78-85.
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