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Professor Chiang wins the Yu Ying-shih Award in Humanities Research

Professor Chiang won the Yu Ying-shih Award in Humanities Research (Monographic Book Category) to write his next book on the history of Chinese psychoanalysis and transcultural psychiatry.

The Tang Prize foundation (est. 2012) tasked the Institute of History and Philology at Academia Sinica in Taiwan to administer the annual prize competition.  In 2014, Yu Ying-shih was the inaugural recipient of the highly prestigious Tang Prize in Sinology, and he donated NT$10 million of his cash prize to establish the Yu Ying-shih Award for junior scholars in Sinology (3 book awards and 3 dissertation awards each year).  For more info on the award, see: http://focustaiwan.tw/news/aedu/201508230021.aspx.  The 2018 prize winners were announced on Nov. 30 on the Institute of History and Philology's website: http://www2.ihp.sinica.edu.tw/bulletinDetail.php?TM=1&M=1&C=&bid=1307

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