Another volume of the translation of Jin Ping Mei, co-authored by our colleague Ondřej Vicher, has been published
In the ninth volume, the unknown author describes the gradual decline of the House of Ximen after the death of its master, who, although a vice-ridden and licentious man, was socially far-reaching, wealthy and influential. Despite the gradual degradation and disintegration of the family, events rapidly escalate, the fates of many characters continue to unfold, there is no shortage of affairs, crises, twists and turns, and the tension builds.
You can get the book here.
We welcomed the author Zhu You-Xun to the Chinese Studies Seminar
On Wednesday 22.11. we welcomed the author Zhu You-Xun to the Chinese Studies Seminar, who introduced two important authors in his presentation: Ne Hualing and Jing-chen Chen (Chen Yingzhen).
Jakub Drábik interviewed Magdaléna Rychetská for HistoryLab.sk
The interview is about the situation of Catholics in China.
Interview with dr. Rychetská on Christianity in China
The latest episode of TV Noe's Buon giorno with Pope Francis featured our colleague Magdaléna Rychetská.