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Chinese Buddhist Temple & Local Gentry: Spatial Transformation from Song-Jin and Ming-Qing

Chinese Buddhist Temple & Local Gentry: Spatial Transformation from Song-Jin and Ming-Qing

URL:https://hku.zoom.us/j/93465616016?pwd=RHh1dmVWengwU3VNWitjK255Zm9adz09
Meeting ID: 934 6561 6016
Password: 610258

 Dept of Architecture

 25th March, 2021

#Architecture #Buddhist #History #spatial #temple

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