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Japan Society

Japan Society Kabuki Program To the Japan Society, New York, to provide for the production and distribution in the eastern United States, in collaboration with Channel 13, New York, of a color videotape on Kabuki techniques as demonstrated by the Grand Kabuki Theater, Tokyo, while on tour in the United States.

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Smithsonian Institution

To support research on the monuments and culture of the Kathmandu Valley under the direction of Mary S. Slusser, research associate, Smithsonian Institution.

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The Newark Museum

to provide support for the completion and publication of a catalogue of the Tibetan art collection of the Newark Museum under the direction of Eleanor Olson, curator of oriental art.

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Honolulu Academy of Arts

to continue, in collaboration with the Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, a pilot museum training program for the Asia-Pacific area and to enable the following participants to survey museums in the United States: Ajit Simba P. Bais, the National Children's Museum, New Delhi, India; Kai Sen Chew, National Museum, Singapore; Charles C. Y. Chi, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Republic of China; Joseph I. A. Gasing, Sarawak Museum, Kutching Malaysia; Abdul Latif Ibrahim, Muzium Brunei, Bandar, Malaysia; Iftikhar Alam Khan, Aligarh Muslim University, India; Sadao Kosuge, National Science Museum, Tokyo, Japan; Byung Hoon Lee, National Science Museum, Seoul, Korea; Nan Young Lee, National Museum of Korea , Seoul, Korea; Pranowo Martodiardjo, the National Biological Institute, Bogor, Indonesia; Takeshi Ogiwara, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo, Japan; Mohan Chandra Pande, State Museum, Lucknow, India; Aurora Pelayo, Cultural Research Center, Silliman University, Dumaguete City, Dumaguete City, Philippines; Rosario B. Tantoco, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila, Philippines.

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Harvard University Art Museums

to enable the following Asian individuals to study in programs leading to the Master of City Planning in Urban Design degree at the Graduate School of Design, Harvard University: Supratik Bose, India; Chi Wing Ho, Hong Kong; Shunsuke Iwasaki, Japan; Sakura Namioka, Japan; George Oommen, India; Wing Ning Pang, Hong Kong.

to support the Adams Music Society's presentation of the musical drama Siddhartha by James Anderson

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Wesleyan University

to enable the following Asians to serve as artists-in-residence: Hiroka Abiru, Japan; Kodo Araki, Japan; Ram Das Chakravarty, India; M. A. Kalyanakrishna, India; Tadasuke Kawase, Japan; Momoyo Kishibe, Japan; Prawotosaputro, Indonesia; Ramnad V. Raghavan, India; S. Ramanathan, India; Sharida Sahai, India; Robertus B. Soedarsono, Indonesia; Theresia Suharti, Indonesia; Benedictus Suharto, Indonesia; Eiko Tanaka, Japan; Naoaki Yamato, Japan.

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University of Kansas

to enable I Han Chiang, instructor of art history, College of Chinese Culture, Taipei, to participate in a study of the paintings and artists of the Yuan Period undertaken by the Department of the History of Art, University of Kansas, and the Nelson Gallery-Atkins Museum, Kansas City.

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