Heup Young Kim is executive director of the Korea Forum for Science and Life in South Korea. He has written about how to apply East Asian religious teachings to the transhumanism debate.
Livia Kohn is a professor of religion and East Asian studies at Boston University. She researches Daoism and Chinese life extension techniques.
Fenggang Yang directs the Center on Religion and Chinese Society at Purdue University. He is the author or co-author of more than a dozen books, including Religion in China: Survival and Revival Under Communist Rule. He is also an expert in Asian immigration and Eastern religions.
The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is the only museum in the Western Hemisphere with a gallery devoted to Sikh art. Contact the director of public relations.
The Pluralism Project at Harvard University offers a state-by-state search engine for religious communities.
Harvard University’s Pluralism Project maintains an archive of newspaper and magazine articles published between 1997 and 2011 on different faiths. For recent articles, visit the Religious Diversity News Feed service.
Government portal. Hosts the China Religion Culture Communication Association, Center for Religious Research of China, China Religious Culture Publisher and China Religion Journal. Available in Mandarin only.
Study on evolution of China’s religious policies from the 1950s.
Official summary of freedom of religious beliefs in China by the State Administration for Religious Affairs of People’s Republic of China. This summary outlines rough statistics of organizations, religious centers, legal protection for freedom of religious practice, judicial and administrative supervision of religious freedom, independent managements and the protection for ethic minorities. Available in Mandarin […]