56 China Review International: Vol. 25, No. 1, 2018 maned lion, Maňjuśri bodhisattva in disguise accompanying Kşitigarbha who instructs him to propagate their images. The Poisonless Demon King originated in the Scripture of the Original Vows of Kşitigarbha bodhisattva (Dizang pusa benyuanjing) attributed to the Khotanese monk Śikşānanda (652–710). The story emphasizes ﬁlial piety of a Brahman woman towards her mother and makes a vow to be reborn as Kşitigarbha to save all fallen souls in the dark places after death. The pairing of Daoming and the Poisonless Demon King is unique to Korea and continued to be represented well in the following Chosŏn period (1392–1910). 12. Chung Woothaek 2010, ibid. YiXi LaMuCuo. Becoming Bilingual in School and Home in Tibetan Areas of China: Stories of Struggle. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2019. 183 pp. Paperback $119.99, ISBN 978-3-030-14667-2. This study from the Tibetan communities of China is a welcome contribution to the ﬁeld of language learning and language loss, considering the scarcity of information in recent years coming out of these same communities on the relevant questions. Precisely, what concerned observers have today are many questions. Following a survey of previous work internationally and of basic concepts in the study
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