Making Majorities

Author: Dru C. Gladney
Editor: Stanford University Press
ISBN: 0804730482
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Majorities are made, not born. This book argues that there are no pure majorities in the Asia-Pacific region, broadly defined, nor in the West, and challenges the thesis that civilizations are composed of more or less homogeneous cultures. The 14 contributors argue that emphasis on minority/majority rights is based on uncritically accepted views of purity, numerical superiority, and social consensus.

The Agendaneers I Chinese

Author: Richard W. Custer
Editor: Richard W. Custer
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该Agendaneers负责这个启示。 Schematoria是他们送你的再教育。 - 和Anarchemy是持不同政见者在荒地的通用语言... “该Agendaneers - Schematoria”是第一部前传“Anarchemy”;它可以读取事先长篇三部曲包括“Schematoria”,“Perturbatory”和“Anarchemy” - 一种新颖的,其中包括作者的广受欢迎的“肮脏的芯片和山姆大叔”的功能lengthed版,和最佳畅销的“宇宙线”的产品。 外语版“Anarchemy - 加密 - 传染”的全部12是2014国际畅销产品{iBookstore中和Feedbooks},和七个版本;包括五个版本“Anarchemy的前传,”该Agendaneers - Schematoria“是所有时间最畅销{iBookstore的},这是唯一的广大观众的可能享受旨在作为一个序言进一步享受这些反乌托邦喜剧的暗示那现在正在向公众提供由无数开发者的科幻FPS / RPG的框架,或作为介绍到在市场上已经抵达几个作者的灵感不久的将来电视专题片产品{读者将能解开NBC的“黑名单”中的代码阅读“Agendaneers”,将在许多情况下,承认作者的作品跨越30年电影作为读者享受整个三部曲}时。 所有外语翻译{荷兰语,意大利语,挪威语,法语,西班牙语,德语,毛利人,马来人,土耳其,韩国,日本,俄罗斯,中国,波斯和波兰}正在由谷歌翻译提供! 作者感谢你,提前为您考虑这一系列;并希望您完全享受的作品。 Gāi Agendaneers fùzé zhège qǐshì. Schematoria shì tāmen sòng nǐ de zài jiàoyù. - Hé Anarchemy shì chí bùtóng zhèngjiàn zhě zài huāngdì de tōngyòng yǔyán... “Gāi Agendaneers - Schematoria” shì dì yī bù qiánchuán “Anarchemy”; tā kěyǐ dòu qǔ shìxiān chángpiān sān bù qǔ bāokuò “Schematoria”,“Perturbatory” hé “Anarchemy” - yīzhǒng xīnyǐng de, qízhōng bāokuò zuòzhě de guǎng shòu huānyíng de “āng zāng de xīnpiàn hé shānmǔ dàshū” de gōngnéng lengthed bǎn, hé zuì jiā chàngxiāo de “yǔzhòu xiàn” de chǎnpǐn. Wàiyǔ bǎn “Anarchemy - jiāmì - chuánrǎn” de quánbù 12 shì 2014 guójì chàngxiāo chǎnpǐn {iBookstore zhōng hé Feedbooks}, hé qī gè bǎnběn; bāokuò wǔ gè bǎnběn “Anarchemy de qiánchuán,” gāi Agendaneers - Schematoria“shì suǒyǒu shíjiān zuì chàngxiāo {iBookstore de}, zhè shì wéiyī de guǎngdà guānzhòng de kěnéng xiǎngshòu zhǐ zài zuòwéi yīgè xùyán jìnyībù xiǎngshòu zhèxiē fǎn wūtuōbāng xǐjù de ànshì nà xiànzài zhèngzài xiàng gōngzhòng tígōng yóu wúshù kāifā zhě de kēhuàn FPS/ RPG de kuàngjià, huò zuòwéi jièshào dào zài shìchǎng shàng yǐjīng dǐdá jǐ gè zuòzhě de línggǎn bùjiǔ de jiānglái diànshì zhuāntí piàn chǎnpǐn {dúzhě jiāng néng jiě kāi NBC de “hēi míngdān” zhōng de dàimǎ yuèdú “Agendaneers”, jiàng zài xǔduō qíngkuàng xià, chéngrèn zuòzhě de zuòpǐn kuàyuè 30 nián diànyǐng zuòwéi dúzhě xiǎngshòu zhěnggè sān bù qǔ} shí. Suǒyǒu wàiyǔ fānyì {hélán yǔ, yìdàlì yǔ, nuówēi yǔ, fǎyǔ, xībānyá yǔ, déyǔ, máolì rén, mǎ lái rén, tǔ'ěrqí, hánguó, rìběn, èluósī, zhōngguó, bōsī hé bōlán} zhèngzài yóu gǔgē fānyì tígōng! Zuòzhě gǎnxiè nǐ, tíqián wéi nín kǎolǜ zhè yī xìliè; bìng xīwàng nín wánquán xiǎngshòu de zuòpǐn.

The Cultural Revolution

Author: Yung-i Sung
Editor: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University
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The Gunpowder Age

Author: Tonio Andrade
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400874440
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A first look at gunpowder's revolutionary impact on China's role in global history The Chinese invented gunpowder and began exploring its military uses as early as the 900s, four centuries before the technology passed to the West. But by the early 1800s, China had fallen so far behind the West in gunpowder warfare that it was easily defeated by Britain in the Opium War of 1839–42. What happened? In The Gunpowder Age, Tonio Andrade offers a compelling new answer, opening a fresh perspective on a key question of world history: why did the countries of western Europe surge to global importance starting in the 1500s while China slipped behind? Historians have long argued that gunpowder weapons helped Europeans establish global hegemony. Yet the inhabitants of what is today China not only invented guns and bombs but also, as Andrade shows, continued to innovate in gunpowder technology through the early 1700s—much longer than previously thought. Why, then, did China become so vulnerable? Andrade argues that one significant reason is that it was out of practice fighting wars, having enjoyed nearly a century of relative peace, since 1760. Indeed, he demonstrates that China—like Europe—was a powerful military innovator, particularly during times of great warfare, such as the violent century starting after the Opium War, when the Chinese once again quickly modernized their forces. Today, China is simply returning to its old position as one of the world's great military powers. By showing that China’s military dynamism was deeper, longer lasting, and more quickly recovered than previously understood, The Gunpowder Age challenges long-standing explanations of the so-called Great Divergence between the West and Asia.

Antiforeignism And Modernization In China 1860 1980

Author: Guangsheng Liao
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Peoples Republic Of China

Author: United States. Central Intelligence Agency
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Lani And The Secret Of The Mountain

Author: Jewell Reinhart Coburn
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ISBN: 9780918060099
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Sách hình. - Truyên Trung Hoa vê cô gái câu mưa vơi thân núi cho vùng quê khô cạn của nàng. - Tư 5 tuôi

Das Neue Woerterbuch D Cn Auf2

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Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1257841386
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The Orphan Of Zhao And Other Yuan Plays

Author: Stephen H. West
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231538103
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This is the first anthology of Yuan-dynasty zaju (miscellaneous comedies) to introduce the genre to English-speaking readers exclusively through translations of the plays' fourteenth-century editions. Almost all previous translations of Yuan-dynasty zaju are based on late-Ming regularized editions that were heavily adapted for performance at the Ming imperial court and then extensively revised in the seventeenth century for the reading pleasure of Jiangnan literati. These early editions are based on leading actor scripts and contain arias, prose dialogue, and cue lines. They encompass a fascinating range of subject matter, from high political intrigue to commoner life and religious conversion. Crackling with raw emotion, violent imagery, and colorful language and wit, the zaju in this volume explore the consequences of loyalty and betrayal, ambition and enlightenment, and piety and drunkenness. The collection features seven of the twenty-six available untranslated zaju published in the fourteenth century, with a substantial introduction preceding each play and extensive annotations throughout. The editors also include translations of the Ming versions of four of the included plays and an essay that synthesizes recent Chinese and Japanese scholarship on the subject.

Chinese Periodicals

Author: Association for Asian Studies. Committee on American Library Resources on the Far East
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Author: Ta-tuan Chʻen
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Angular 2 By Example

Author: Chandermani Arora
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ISBN: 9787564173593
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China Review 1993

Author: Joseph Cheng Yu-shek
Editor: Chinese University Press
ISBN: 9789622015708
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Preliminary Data Paper 1 3 Dec 1960 June 1961

Author: Association for Asian Studies. Committee on American Library Resources on the Far East
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Asian Leaders

Author: Herbert E. Walp
Editor: Nova Science Pub Incorporated
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Asian Leaders - A Bibliography

Unearthing The Changes

Author: Edward L. Shaughnessy
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231533306
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In recent years, three ancient manuscripts relating to the Yi jing (I Ching), or Classic of Changes, have been discovered. The earliest—the Shanghai Museum Zhou Yi—dates to about 300 B.C.E. and shows evidence of the text's original circulation. The Guicang, or Returning to Be Stored, reflects another ancient Chinese divination tradition based on hexagrams similar to those of the Yi jing. In 1993, two manuscripts were found in a third-century B.C.E. tomb at Wangjiatai that contain almost exact parallels to the Guicang's early quotations, supplying new information on the performance of early Chinese divination. Finally, the Fuyang Zhou Yi was excavated from the tomb of Xia Hou Zao, lord of Ruyin, who died in 165 B.C.E. Each line of this classic is followed by one or more generic prognostications similar to phrases found in the Yi jing, indicating exciting new ways the text was produced and used in the interpretation of divinations. Unearthing the Changes details the discovery and significance of the Shanghai Museum Zhou Yi, the Wangjiatai Guicang, and the Fuyang Zhou Yi, including full translations of the texts and additional evidence constructing a new narrative of the Yi jing's writing and transmission in the first millennium B.C.E. An introduction situates the role of archaeology in the modern attempt to understand the Classic of Changes. By showing how the text emerged out of a popular tradition of divination, these newly unearthed manuscripts reveal an important religious dimension to its evolution.

Change Interdependence And Security In The Pacific Basin

Author: Dora Alves
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1949 1990

Author: Sing-chi Chen
Editor: Science Press
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The Chinese Filmography

Author: Donald J. Marion
Editor: McFarland & Company Incorporated Pub
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The founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 marked the end of an era of Chinese filmmaking, an era marked by a high level of artistic and technical development. Since that time, it has been impossible to separate filmmaking from politics. When the Chinese Communist Party has loosened controls and encouraged art and culture, the film industry has prospered. From A to Z, Abandon Superstitions (1958; Po Chu Mi Xing in Chinese) to Zuo Wenjun and Sima Xiangru (1984; Zuo Wen Jun Ahe Si Ma Xiang Ru), this comprehensive reference work provides filmographic data on 2,444 Chinese features released since the formation of the People's Republic of China. The films reflect the shifting dynamics of the Chinese film industry, from sweeping epics to unabashedly political docudramas, although straight documentaries are excluded from the current work. The entries include the title in English, the Chinese title (in Pinyin romanization with each syllable noted separately for clarity), year of release, studio, technical information (e.g., black and white or color, letterboxed or widescreen), length, technical credits, literary source (when applicable), cast, plot summary, and awards won.

Literary Culture In Taiwan

Author: Sung-sheng Yvonne Chang
Editor: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231507127
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With monumental changes in the last two decades, Taiwan is making itself anew. The process requires remapping not only the country's recent political past, but also its literary past. Taiwanese literature is now compelled to negotiate a path between residual high culture aspirations and the emergent reality of market domination in a relatively autonomous, increasingly professionalized field. This book argues that the concept of a field of cultural production is essential to accounting for the ways in which writers and editors respond to political and economic forces. It traces the formation of dominant concepts of literature, competing literary trends, and how these ideas have met political and market challenges. Contemporary Taiwanese literature has often been neglected and misrepresented by literary historians both inside and outside of Taiwan. Chang provides a comprehensive and fluent history of late twentieth-century Taiwanese literature by placing this vibrant tradition within the contexts of a modernizing local economy, a globalizing world economy, and a postcolonial and post-Cold War world order.