This annual summer institute convenes young Asian scholars of culture, religion, and theology for a one-month program of reflection, dialogue, and writing. Participants undertake research and writing in the broad area of Asian cultures and theologies and complete a working paper while in residence. IASACT was founded in 2004. It is now administered by the Divinity School of Chung Chi College of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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“This organic interaction, this open sharing of ideas, is what makes IASACT both exciting and relevant.”Kevin Henderson, United Board Program Officer