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In touch with China"s scholars

a problem, an experiment, a project

by Wm Wilson

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Published by China Inland Mission in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Educational work,
  • Missions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wm. Wilson ; preface by John R. Mott
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p.
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27585307M
    OCLC/WorldCa53386074

    Here is a new narrative for Chinese history. It is based on the path-breaking scholarship of a small body of principally American scholars who have shown that after the non-Han Manchus conquered the Ming in , traditional China was gradually replaced by something very different/5(22).   Routledge, ; pages; priced from $ (hardback) to $ (six-month e-book rental)] When opening Soft Power With Chinese Characteristics, a timely new volume that arrives amid a flood of COVIDfueled disinformation, it is important to notice the irony embedded in the title.

      China’s economic emergence has been a defining event for global energy and commodity markets. Over the past decade, China has accounted for more than half of the growth in global energy demand and today consumes more than half of the iron ore, cement, copper, and a host of other commodities produced around the world. This book, more so than any other I've read on China, best captures the country's current situation, challenges and contradictions. Osnos did a good job of weaving together the characters and themes that he explores--built around the triad of fortune, truth and faith--capturing the way that prosperity and development co-exist with political dissent and spiritual exploration/5().

    - Lily's father always wished that he had been able to be a scholar, and had hopes that his son might follow that path. Unfortunately, Lily's older brother, Wei, attended military school in Japan, then joined the Shanghai police. See more 36 pins. Vanessa Fong Dr. Vanessa L. Fong is associate professor in the Graduate School of Education, Harvard University. Her research examines the longitudinal consequences of China’s one-child policy for Chinese individuals, families, and society.


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