Ihre Suche ergab die folgenden 5 Treffer:

Korea, a Country without Religion?

died, peasant uprisings led by Tonghak leaders shook the Chosón dynasty. The banners of the Tonghak

The Phantom of
“Minjok Art”

died standing up and was resurrected with one who died lying down and reached nirvana, and so on. It

Die Einweihung der Kongresshalle am 19. September 1957

evaluation of international projects, the whole thing could have easily died in the initial stages of

The Mind and the Body:
A Chinaman’s Chance

Japanese (and non-Japanese) soldiers who fought and died for the emperor. In contrast, millions of Chinese

Taxidermy of Time: Tigers as the Chronotope of Continual Coloniality in Korea

-modern and primitiveness, as in the time of the tiger, belong, which we all believed died within us in