FEATURES Ren Jiyu and Zhong Zhaopeng, editors. Daozang tiyao MIlEsISc. Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Science, 1991. 1532 pp. In the winter of 1910 Liu Shipei (1884-1919) took up lodging at the Baiyun Guan (White Cloud Abbey) in Beijing. He spent his time examining the Ming printing of the Daozang (Daoist Canon) at the abbey, jotting down notes regarding prefaces and colophons and writing up résumés for each text read. The Du Daozangji (Notes on Reading the Daoist Canon) that resulted from his brief perusal of the Canon includes analyses for thirty-seven titles (Liu Shipei 1922). His commentary now serves as the foundation for a number of entries in the Daozang tiyao, edited by Ren Jiyu and Zhong Zhaopeng and published in 1991 by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in Beijing. The idea for compiling the Daozang tiyao, Ren Jiyu writes in a preface dated 1988, evolved as one of the goals set forth upon the establishment of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in 1978. According to the publication announcement printed in a recent issue of the Shijie zongjiao yanjiu ("Daojiao yanjiu de zhongda chengguo" 1992), the project was officially taken up in 1981, with the
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