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Taiwan's Tzu Chi as engaged Buddhism, origins, organization, appeal and social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review article)

Ann Heirman (UGent)
(2013) BUDDHIST STUDIES REVIEW. 30(1). p.137-139
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Taiwanese Buddhism, Tzu Chi, Engaged Buddhism

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Heirman, Ann. 2013. “Taiwan’s Tzu Chi as Engaged Buddhism, Origins, Organization, Appeal and Social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review Article).” Buddhist Studies Review.
APA
Heirman, Ann. (2013). Taiwan’s Tzu Chi as engaged Buddhism, origins, organization, appeal and social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review article). BUDDHIST STUDIES REVIEW.
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Heirman A. Taiwan’s Tzu Chi as engaged Buddhism, origins, organization, appeal and social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review article). BUDDHIST STUDIES REVIEW. 2013. p. 137–9.
MLA
Heirman, Ann. “Taiwan’s Tzu Chi as Engaged Buddhism, Origins, Organization, Appeal and Social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review Article).” BUDDHIST STUDIES REVIEW 2013 : 137–139. Print.
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  series       = {BUDDHIST STUDIES REVIEW},
  title        = {Taiwan's Tzu Chi as engaged Buddhism, origins, organization, appeal and social Impact, by Yu-Shuang Yao. Leiden, Boston: Global Oriental, Brill, 2012 (review article)},
  volume       = {30},
  year         = {2013},
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