Yu Sang

Australian Centre on China in the World, College of Asia & the Pacific

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Yu Sang


Yu Sang conducted research on the intellectual history of modern Chinese philosophy for her PhD degree at the Australian National University and graduated in July 2019. Her thesis centres on the early thought of Xiong Shili 熊十力 (1885-1968), a founding figure of New Confucianism. It involves research on Confucianism and Buddhism in Chinese history, as well as on China’s social, cultural, and political circumstances in the late nineteenth century and the early decades of the twentieth century. In addition, she has a broader interest in Chinese philosophy and intellectual history, in particular Buddhist thought and Confucian thought, as well as the intellectual history in the early twentieth century.

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