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NHU HANH _______________________________________________

NHU HANH, pseudonym of Nguyen Tu Cuong, writer, translator and professor, currently Associate Professor at George Mason University, Virginia, US. He received his B.A. from University of Van Hanh (Saigon, Vietnam) and his Ph.D. from Harvard University. A renowned scholar of Buddhism having researched in History of Religion, South Asian Religions, Buddhism, Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism and Religious Literature in Sanskrit, Nhu Hanh is currently working on a book on Sthiramati, a fifth century Indian Buddhist philosopher.  His publications include books and articles on Buddhism. Before the fall of Saigon in1975, his articles on Buddhism mostly appeared in the monthly Tu Tuong, founded and published by Van Hanh University. Nhu Hanh is living in Virginia, US.



- Books and articles on Buddhism.

- “hoa nao tin qua dang den khong ngo/ flowers can’t believe fruits would grow that bitter”, translation, bilingual edition, US: Nhan Chung, 1999.

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