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Tang Yongtong (Chinese: 湯用彤; pinyin: Tāng Yòngtóng; 4 August 1893 – 1 May 1964) was a Chinese educator, philosopher and scholar best known for studying Chinese Buddhism. Tang was proficient in Sanskrit, Pali, English and Japanese. Tang attended the Tsinghua School and Shuntian School before he pursued advanced studies in the United States. While studying at Harvard University, he became known as "one of the three Outstanding Persons of Harvard" along with Chen Yinke and Wu Mi.

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  • Tang Yongtong (Hanzi: 湯用彤; Pinyin: Tāng Yòngtóng; lahir di , Gansu, Tiongkok Qing, 4 Agustus 1893 – meninggal di Beijing, Tiongkok, 1 Mei 1964 pada umur 70 tahun) adalah seorang pengajar, filsuf dan cendekiawan Tiongkok yang dikenal karena mengkaji Buddhisme Tiongkok. Tang memahami bahasa Sanskerta, Pali, Inggris dan Jepang. (in)
  • Tang Yongtong (Chinese: 湯用彤; pinyin: Tāng Yòngtóng; 4 August 1893 – 1 May 1964) was a Chinese educator, philosopher and scholar best known for studying Chinese Buddhism. Tang was proficient in Sanskrit, Pali, English and Japanese. Tang attended the Tsinghua School and Shuntian School before he pursued advanced studies in the United States. While studying at Harvard University, he became known as "one of the three Outstanding Persons of Harvard" along with Chen Yinke and Wu Mi. He was an academician of the Academia Sinica. He was a member of the 1st National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference. He was also a delegate to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd National People's Congress. (en)
  • 汤用彤(1893年8月4日-1964年5月1日),字锡予,男,湖北黄梅人,生于甘肃渭源,中国近代国学大师,中央研究院第一屆院士。 (zh)
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  • 1893-08-04 (xsd:date)
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  • 1893-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • 1964-05-01 (xsd:date)
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  • 1964-01-01 (xsd:gYear)
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  • 1893-08-04 (xsd:date)
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  • Tang Yongtong. (en)
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  • Four, including Tang Yijie (en)
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  • 1964-05-01 (xsd:date)
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  • Beijing, China (en)
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  • Tang Yongtong (en)
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  • 湯用彤 (en)
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  • zh (en)
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  • Educator, scholar, philosopher (en)
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  • Tāng Yòngtóng (en)
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  • Tang Lin (en)
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  • Zhang Jingping (en)
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  • 張敬平 (en)
  • 湯一介 (en)
  • 湯一平 (en)
  • 湯一梅 (en)
  • 湯一玄 (en)
  • 湯用彤 (en)
  • 湯霖 (en)
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  • Tang Yongtong (Hanzi: 湯用彤; Pinyin: Tāng Yòngtóng; lahir di , Gansu, Tiongkok Qing, 4 Agustus 1893 – meninggal di Beijing, Tiongkok, 1 Mei 1964 pada umur 70 tahun) adalah seorang pengajar, filsuf dan cendekiawan Tiongkok yang dikenal karena mengkaji Buddhisme Tiongkok. Tang memahami bahasa Sanskerta, Pali, Inggris dan Jepang. (in)
  • 汤用彤(1893年8月4日-1964年5月1日),字锡予,男,湖北黄梅人,生于甘肃渭源,中国近代国学大师,中央研究院第一屆院士。 (zh)
  • Tang Yongtong (Chinese: 湯用彤; pinyin: Tāng Yòngtóng; 4 August 1893 – 1 May 1964) was a Chinese educator, philosopher and scholar best known for studying Chinese Buddhism. Tang was proficient in Sanskrit, Pali, English and Japanese. Tang attended the Tsinghua School and Shuntian School before he pursued advanced studies in the United States. While studying at Harvard University, he became known as "one of the three Outstanding Persons of Harvard" along with Chen Yinke and Wu Mi. (en)
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  • Tang Yongtong (in)
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  • Tang Yongtong (en)
  • 汤用彤 (zh)
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