Region: Switzerland (Confoederatio Helvetica) CH (25)
Zentrum für Zen-Buddhismus Description:
school: Rinzai; introduction of the center and its teacher; location plan (pdf); portraits of the Zen-masters Dr. Henry Boris Platov and Sokei-an Shigestu Sasaki (with downloadable reading suggestions); calendar of events and meditation schedule; e-journal Dhyana (pdf archive); collections of Buddhist sayings; information on the publication "Der Springende Punkt" (with order form); Buddhist glossary; faq; links.http://www.zzbzurich.ch/ more Language: ger German
Arbeitsgemeinschaft junger Chinawissenschaftler/Innen Description:
This is the homepage of the Association of Young Scholars of China Studies in Germany, Switzerland and Austria. The associaton aims at facilitating communication and the flow of information between the scholars in the German speaking region. This site contains information about the association and a database with data about what field each member is working in, about their publications and current projects, and how to contact them. Also, the site offers the possibility to apply for membership online.http://www.sino.uni-heidelberg.de/China-AG/china-ag.html more Language: ger German
Webpage of the Japanese Protestant Church in Uster, Switzerland. Provides Information about the Church, Schedule, Location. Photo Gallery and Photos of former Events and Activities. Sermons available for Streaming. Links.http://jeg.meielisalp.ch/ more Language: jpn Japanese
Schweizerisch-Japanische Gesellschaft = Swiss-Japanese Society, スイス・日本協会Citation:
The Swiss-Japanese Society (SJS) was founded by Japanese and Swiss personalities in order to promote mutual understanding between Japan and Switzerland. Founding members were Ralph Gautier (Siber Hegner), Richard Mueller (Übersee Handel) and Heinz Vischer (Swiss Re).
Events are organised by the Swiss-Japanese Society to provide an insight into the spiritual, cultural, social, as well as the economic life of Japan, and it is our intention to deepen mutual understanding and contacts between Swiss and Japanese. (refer also to Events)http://www.suisse-japon.ch more Language: eng English, ger German, roh Raeto-Romance
Association Suisse – Japon, section suisse romande = Swiss-Japanese Society, スイス・日本協会Citation:
The French-speaking Swiss Romande Section of the Association was founded in 1975 on the initiative of a group of Swiss and Japanese personalities: Mr. Hideo Kitahara (Ambassador of Japan to the UN in Geneva), Mr. Jean de Rham (former Ambassador of Switzerland to Japan), Mr. Claude Barbey, a businessman in Geneva, Mr. Cyril Bovet (Nestle) in La Tour de Peilz, Mr. Maurice Champoud in Vevey, Mr. Rokuro Kurachi in Geneva and Mr. André Tombet, Attorney, in Geneva.
Its objective, as for the Swiss-German Section, is to deepen the links between Japan and Switzerland.
THE SWISS-JAPAN ASSOCIATION, Swiss Romande Section, encourages its members to participate in Japanese as well as Swiss cultural activities to enhance the networking in social, economic and spiritual areas of both countries for better understanding between the two cultures.http://www.suisse-japon.ch/asj more Language: eng English, fre French, ger German
VSJF - German Association for Social Science Research on Japan = Vereinigung für sozialwissenschaftliche Japanforschung e.V.Citation:
“VSJF – German Association for Social Science
Research on Japan”
V-S-J-F are the initials for “Vereinigung fuer sozialwissenschaftliche Japanforschung”.
The Association was founded in 1988. Its general aim was and still is to strengthen the study of contemporary Japan in the German-speaking countries, namely Switzerland, Austria, and Germany. The Association is conceived as a forum for researchers and students from the fields of Japanese studies as well as from social sciences, including cultural studies.
Twice a year, the Association publishes a newsletter (in German) for its members. The newsletter is being distributed over the internet.http://vsjf.net more Language: eng English, ger German, jpn Japanese
VSJF - ExpertInnenabfrage Citation:
As for publications in English by members of the Association, you may want to consult our database “VSJF Expertendatenbank”.
Simply insert a keyword in the space following the word “Publikationen” (publications). Then go the the end of the table and click: abfragen ››
You will get a short list of members whose data contain the word you entered.
Clicking on the link “Datenblatt” will give you full information (address, research interests, and publications).
To visit the database, please follow the link >>http://vsjf.net/expertinnen/expertinnenabfrage/ more Language: eng English