Stephen Bokenkamp

Stephen Bokenkamp
Foundation Professor of Life Sciences
School of International Letters and Culture

“When I started to study, the cultural revolution was going on in China
and this very cultural heritage that we found so exciting and were beginning to study was being destroyed… and so it occurred to many of us who were studying Taoism at the time that this was not just a Chinese heritage it, was a world cultural heritage.”

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