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By China correspondent Bill Birtles. Photo: Chinese embassy urges students studying in Australia to report safety problems. News Video.

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My recent research has focused on two transformational historical eras—the late ninth through the early eleventh centuries and the twentieth century—in an attempt to better understand the relationships between social, cultural, and political change and the development of religious doctrines and practices. I attempted to resolve two closely related issues in the field of Chinese Buddhist studies. The first is how Chan a. Zen clerics, who represented a relatively minor undercurrent in mainstream Buddhism during the Tang dynasty, rose to become some of the most culturally and politically significant clerics of the Northern Song.

The second is the extent to which the Chan institutions and traditions of the early Northern Song—which were later transmitted to Japan, Korea, and Vietnam—derived from developments in southeastern China during the Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms. My current research looks at the transmission and adaptation of Chinese Buddhist cultures in other parts of Asia, the evolution and malleability of hagiographical narratives, and the history of religious traditions in modern China. My intention is to document and interpret instances where Xuanzang has been re-embodied—by means of spirit mediums, relics, rituals, and icons—during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries primarily in mainland China, but also in Taiwan, Japan, and India.

And you think how can that be?! Sometimes it just blows me away. When I was fifteen or sixteen they put me in a police station and made me stand in a corridor and every time a copper came past, they just stamped on my feet. The police told him he was being searched under section 44 of the Anti-Terrorism Act.

Do I look like a terrorist or something?!

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And that whole attitude of the cop was something I was very familiar with when I was a kid. I came away from that incident thinking nothing has changed. One is Arundhati Roy and the other is Noam Chomsky. He is also prominent in the campaign for Palestinian self-determination, and I ask him where he stands on the boycott of Israel. I think Israel should be completely isolated. Israel should be accountable for all their atrocities and war crimes in Gaza; certainly from the last war, and probably in the wars before that as well. That was successful!

Its an example of where it actually was acceptable; they terrorised the British and locals and eventually just declared a state and got it. Having said that, I am all for a two state solution — but if Israel is going to call itself a country and take its place in the family of nations and all that bullshit, then its got to be accountable, just like everybody else.

So a consumer boycott and a cultural boycott is one thing, but there should be a diplomatic boycott until they get their house in order.

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Did you see what happened with Ziggy Marley? The Israelis were horrified! What were his thoughts, for example, on the election of Barack Obama? But Barack Obama? I think he is trying to do, in his own small way, some good things.

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