On 19 March 2022, the Kyoto National Museum’s International Symposium “Dunhuang Forgeries and Recent Silk Roads Research,” was held, co-organized by the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures. In case you were unable to participate in person, the symposium recordings are now available on YouTube below.
Fast forward to 1:07:00 to view Professor Susan Whitfield’s keynote speech “Genuine or Forged? Refocusing on Dunhuang Manuscripts” and to 5:40:00 for Professor Simon Kaner’s closing remarks:
The symposium programme (Japanese and English, with speaker profiles and presentation titles) and informational fliers (Japanese, English, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese) are available from the Kyoto National Museum’s website (see links below). The website also lists various online resources and events mentioned during the symposium.
Simplified Chinese https://www.kyohaku.go.jp/eng/scn/event/20220319_sym.html
Traditional Chinese https://www.kyohaku.go.jp/eng/tcn/event/20220319_sym.html