Padre Matteo Ricci
 

Ricci Institutes in the world

 
 

Institut Ricci de Paris

Since the year of its founding, Ricci Institute in Paris has studied, beside Chinese spirituality, scientific texts of philosophy, medicine and many others documents of Chinese culture.

 
Address:
18, rue de Varenne, 75007 Paris, France
 
Tel:
01.42841040
 
Fax:
01.42841124
 
 
 

Association Ricci pour le grand dictionnaire français de la langue chinoise

After the publication of the Great Dictionary Ricci's classical Chinese language, the Association is responsible of the compilation of new thematic dictionaries of classical Chinese language and of an edition of the Great Dictionary in multimedia version.


Director: Jean- François Di Meglio

 
Address:
Rue de Varenne, 18 - 75007 Paris - France
 
Tel:
33.142841045
 
Fax:
33.142841124
 
Link:
 
 
 

Taipei Ricci Institute

Named after the great Italian sinologist, Matteo Ricci, the Ricci Institute was founded in 1966 by the Chinese Province of the Society of Jesus. The purpose of the Institute is the study of important topics in Chinese culture, both ancient and modern. In the first 40 years of its existence the Institute placed special emphasis on Chinese lexicography, religions and society.

 
Address:
Hsin-hai Road, Section 1, No.22, 3fl., Taipei 100 TAIWAN
 
Tel:
886-2.2368-9968
 
Fax:
886-2.2365-4508
 
Link:
 
 
 

Macau Ricci Institute

The Macau Ricci Institute is a nonprofit, study and research institution dedicated to fostering better mutual understanding between China and the world community. Offering a unique blend of cultural, professional, and research programs, the purpose and method of the Macau Ricci Institute are best summed up in its links with the city of Macau, the person of Matteo Ricci, the Society of Jesus, and the peoples of China.

 
Address:
Av. Cons. Ferreira de Almeida, 95-E, Macau, China
 
Tel:
853.28532536
 
Fax:
853.28568274
 
Mail:
 
Link:
 
 
 

Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History

The USF Ricci Institute for Chinese-Western Cultural History at the Center for thePacific Rim, College of Arts and Sciences, is a premier global resource for the study of Chinese-Western cultural exchange with a core focus on the social and cultural history of Christianity in China.


Director: Wu Xiaoxin, Ed.D.

 
Address:
2130 Fulton Street, San Francisco, CA 94117
 
Tel:
415.422.6401
 
Fax:
415.422.2291
 
Mail:
 
 
 

Matteo Ricci Institute for the Relations with the East

The Matteo Ricci Institute is a nonprofit research center. The Institute is the expression of an association made up of the following private and public organizations: Macerata Municipality, Macerata Province, Macerata University, Macerata Diocese, Marche Region. For particular events (e.g. "Macerata 2010"), the Matteo Ricci Institute is supported by the Carima Foundation and Macerata Chamber of Commerce.


Objectives:

1] To improve and to promote the historical memory of the figure of Matteo Ricci and his work, as well as those of the other orientalists the Marche has offered, as late as Antelmo Severini and Giuseppe Tucci.

2] To participate in intercultural dialogues between East and West, with both the cultural realities of the countries in the Far East, China and India, in particular, and the current communities in these territories.

3] To offer information and assist commercial activities between the Marche and the East, particularly with China.

4] To work for and facilitate partners' programs and projects concerning the East.


Director: prof. Filippo Mignini

 
Address:
Via Garibaldi n.20, 62100 Macerata (MC)
 
Tel:
(0039) 0733-2584317
 
Fax:
(0039) 0733-2584333
 
 
 

Ricci Institute for the Relations with the West of Beijing

Located at the Beijing Administrative College of Beijing, the Institute collaborates to the promotion of the pilgrimage to Matteo Ricci grave and to the divulgation of the cultural exchange between China and the West.

 
Address:
No.6, Chegongzhuang St., Beijing, P.R.China
 
Tel:
86 10 68007279 - 86 10 68007406
 
Fax:
86 10 68006727
 
Link:
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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