Kojiro Yoshikawa

Kojiro Yokishawa is a retired Professor of Chinese Language and Literature at Kyoto University, where he was formerly Dean of the Faculty of Letters. He lived and studied for some years in China and has lectured in residence at Harvard and Columbia Universities.

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