Update – Tsui, Chinese Calligraphy and Early Buddhist Manuscripts

We are pleased to announce that the following is soon to be published: Tsui Chung-hui 崔中慧, Chinese Calligraphy and Early Buddhist Manuscripts. Oxford: Indica et Buddhica.


Tsui, Chung-hui 崔中慧 (forthcoming) Chinese Calligraphy and Early Buddhist Manuscripts.

Tsui Chung-hui

Tsui Chung-hui 崔中慧 is an art historian teaching at the Centre of Buddhist Studies in The University of Hong Kong; Tung Lin Lok Yuen Scholar in Buddhist Art and Culture. She holds an M.A. in Chinese Art and Archaeology from SOAS, University of London, and a Ph.D. on Dunhuang and Turfan Buddhist manuscripts from the Centre of Buddhist Studies, The University of Hong Kong. Her research concerns Buddhist art, the culture and history of Dunhuang and the Silk Road, Chinese calligraphy, Buddhist manuscripts, Buddhist cave temples and cultural heritage sites. In addition to textual research, Tsui has travelled widely. She has conducted field research at Buddhist heritage sites in India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, and in many provinces in China. Tsui writes on Buddhist and Chinese art in both English and Chinese.