A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step

Asian Studies and Vietnamese Confucianism

  • Ngoc Tho Nguyen Vietnam National University, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
  • Jana S. Rošker University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia
Keywords: Confucianism, Vietnam, Special Issue

Abstract

This special issue of Asian Studies is dedicated to Confucianism in Vietnam. The idea of this topic has a rather long history. It can be traced back to the second biennial conference of the World Consortium for Research on Confucian Cultures (WCRCC), which took place in Vietnam in 2016 and was hosted by the University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Vietnam National University––Ho Chi Minh City under the theme “Confucianism as a Philosophy of Education for the Contemporary World”.

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Published
2020-05-20
How to Cite
NguyenN. T., & RoškerJ. S. (2020). A Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with a Single Step. Asian Studies, 8(2), 7-13. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2020.8.2.7-13
Section
SPECIAL ISSUE: CONFUCIANISM IN VIETNAM