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Chinese Culture Foundation of San Francisco

To provide support for the publication of a catalogue to accompany the exhibition "China in Graphic Art," shown at the Chinese Cultural Foundation of San Francisco in fall 1979, and circulated to selected museums in the United States

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Asian Composers League

to enable Robert Ashley, composer and director of the Center for Contemporary Music, Mills College, to participate in the Fifth Annual Conference/Festival of Asian Composers' League, held in Bangkok, March 1978.

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Japan Society

to provide support for the exhibition "Nara Ehon" held at the Japan House Gallery, New York, September 1978, in conjunction with an international symposium on Nara Ehon.

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Lin Hwai-min

to study dance and dance notation, survey contemporary dance activities in New York, and serve as a visiting artist in the American Dance Festival held at Duke University in June and July 1978

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Smithsonian Institution, Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

To provide support for the publication of Volume XI of Ars Orientalis devoted to the conservation of works and archaeological materials from Asia.

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Freer Gallery of Art

to provide support for the publication of Volume XI of Aris Orientalis devoted to the conservation of works of art and archaeological materials from Asia

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Wen-chung Chou

to conduct research in Korea, and explore in the People's Republic of China the possibility of initiating a cultural exchange program between China and the United States.

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James Brandon

to meet with theater specialists in Indonesia and Thailand in connection with a series of textbooks on Asian theater to be published by the University Press of hawaii, and to attend the International Wayang Festival held in Jakarta, July 1978

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