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A Fuller View Of China

Author : Josh Yiu
ISBN : 0932216714
Genre : Art
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Founded in 1933, the Seattle Art Museum is home to a premier collection of Chinese art. This book is the first to chronicle and analyze the growth of the collection, which was largely assembled during the first half of the twentieth century. Reviewing more than one hundred boxes of museum archives, annual reports, correspondences, and available records of all transactions, Josh Yiu provides a nuanced account of Seattle‰Ûªs Chinese art collection, and reconsiders the ‰ÛÏgolden age‰Û? of collecting Chinese art in the early twentieth century. Yiu demonstrates the challenges for Westerners to acquire authentic objects of historical significance when Chinese art study in the West was in its nascent stage. He argues that a first-rate collection is a condition that needs to be maintained through relentless quest for superior objects. As a case in point, Seattle‰Ûªs collection of more than 2,500 objects was not merely accumulated over time, but distilled through decades of nimble acquisitions and deaccessions. The main figure behind this story is the founding director Dr. Richard Fuller (1897‰ÛÒ1976), who started collecting as early as the 1910s. In contrast to conventional hagiographical accounts of museum patrons, Yiu shows how Fuller‰Ûªs interest shifted from tourist souvenirs to high-quality objects that represent China‰Ûªs artistic legacy, and how he refined the collection over time. Gradually Fuller became a great collector through diligent study and earnest consultation with experts, such as Sherman Lee. The book thus serves as a vivid reminder that good collection requires much more than resources and ‰ÛÏgood taste.‰Û?

Changing Identities Of The Southeast Asian Chinese Since World War Ii

Author : Jennifer Cushman
ISBN : 9789622092075
Genre : Social Science
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In June 1985, a symposium, "Changing Identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II" was held at the Australian National University in Canberra. This volume includes many of the papers from that symposium presented by ANU scholars and those from universities elsewhere in Australia, North America and Southeast Asia. Participants looked at the current thinking about the parameters of identity and shared their own research into the complex issues that overlapping categories of identity raise. Identity was chosen as the focus of the, symposium because perceptions of self - whether by others or by the individual Chinese concerned - appear to lie at the heart ' of the present-day Chinese experience in Southeast Asia, It is also evident that identity wears many guises and that we cannot talk about a single Chinese identity when identity can be determined by the different political, social, economic or religious circumstances an individual faces at any given time. One of the distinctive characteristics of all the essays in this volume is that they are written from an historical perspective. While the papers forcus on how recent developments in Southeast Asian society have shaped Chinese identity, they also discuss those changes in terms of the historical matrix from which they developed. Because many of the essays in this volume combine an historical overview with more recent statistical data, it should serve as a useful companion to the increasingly popular case studies in which much of the writing about the Chinese in Southeast Asia is now cast.

The Chinese In Chicago

Author : Susan Lee Moy
ISBN : WISC:89054129366
Genre : Chinese
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Chin Jih Chung Kuo

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ISBN : UOM:39015035959264
Genre : Taiwan
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China And Eastern Europe 1960s 1980s

Author : Xiaoyuan Liu
ISBN : STANFORD:36105121507573
Genre : China
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An Introduction To Literary Chinese

Author : Michael Anthony Fuller
ISBN : UVA:X004859408
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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This textbook for beginning students contains 35 lessons of increasingly difficulty designed to introduce students to the basic patterns of Classical Chinese and to give them practice in reading a variety of texts. The lessons are structured to encourage students to move beyond reliance on the glossaries provided in the text and to become increasingly familiar with dictionaries and other reference works. The Introduction to the book summarizes the grammar of Literary Chinese. Part I presents eight lessons on parts of speech, verbs, negatives, and the basic sentence structures. Each lesson contains a grammatical overview, a short text with glossary and notes, and practice exercises. Part II consists of sixteen intermediate-level lessons based on increasingly long and complex texts. The advanced-level, Part III, focuses on selections from five important early Chinese authors. Part IV has six lessons based on Tang and Song dynasty prose and poetry. Appendixes provide further discussions of grammatical issues, chronologies and maps, and a glossary of function words.

The China Review Or Notes And Queries On The Far East

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ISBN : UCD:31175033574768
Genre : China
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Southeast Asia Between China And Japan

Author : Victor E. Teo
ISBN : 9781443835497
Genre : Political Science
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Triangular relations which frame China and Japan as two sides of an isosceles triangle usually focus on the United States as the significant third side. This edited book examines another relatively underexplored set of triangular relations—those between China, Japan and Southeast Asia. The region, comprised of eleven small and medium-size states, is often considered inconsequential in the tempestuous world of international politics where political clout, economic prowess, military strength and soft power matter most. Often seen as easily dominated by extra-regional great powers, this volume reconsiders the region’s relationship with China and Japan, their two Asian neighbours to the northeast which also happen to be the world’s second and third largest economies. While China and Japan do compete for turf in Southeast Asia, states in the region do not perceive themselves as strategic pawns of these two great Asian powers but instead as proactively engaging China and Japan in the region. The country-specific case studies of this book collectively support the thesis that the Southeast Asian states actively seek to manoeuvre between China and Japan for their own advantage and at the same time grapple with developments in Northeast Asia through regional integration efforts. Through the establishment of benchmark norms and values, Southeast Asia attempts to socialise China and Japan and other external powers to the ASEAN way. Indeed, Southeast Asia as a region is now the driver of East Asian multilateralism and regionalism, and the East Asian reality is that Southeast Asia is a major political, economic and cultural player in its own right vis-à-vis the great powers.

Weekly Compilation Of Presidential Documents

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105022051762
Genre : Government publications
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Foreign Relations Of The United States

Author : United States. Department of State
ISBN : MINN:31951D01330588K
Genre : United States
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Records Of The General Conference Of The Protestant Missionaries Of China

Author : Matthew Tyson Yates
ISBN : IND:30000115172474
Genre : China
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Directory Of Taiwan

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105070476622
Genre : Taiwan
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The Medical Missionary In China A Narrative Of Twenty Years Experience

Author : William Lockhart
ISBN : UCAL:$B53074
Genre : China
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The Medical Missionary In China A Narrative Of Twenty Years Experience Second Edition

Author : William LOCKHART (F.R.C.S.)
ISBN : BL:A0022421340
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Energy Technology Transfer To China

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ISBN : UCR:31210024827253
Genre : China
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Letters From China

Author : Sarah Pike Conger
ISBN : UOM:39015012088756
Genre : China
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Sources In Chinese History

Author : David G. Atwill
ISBN : UOM:39015080873154
Genre : History
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The format of Sources in Chinese History assumes the use of outside readings or a textbook, but for the more adventurous it could also be used as a standalone sourcebook. Each chapter begins with a short introductory essay that examines a key event, personage, or theme from the period covered by the chapter. In addition, the authors have selected perspectives that help to orient the student to the issues, trends and challenges of each particular period, and hope that the different viewpoints presented will lead students to rethink the way in which historical events are commonly understood.

Asian Thought Society

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ISBN : MINN:31951P00853193D
Genre : Asia
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A Traveller S History Of China

Author : Stephen G. Haw
ISBN : 1566561809
Genre : China
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"A Traveller's History of China provides a concise and fascinating journey from the country's earliest beginning right up to the creation of the economic powerhouse that is modern day China." "Stephen Haw carries the reader back in time to the prehistoric civilizations of 4,000 years ago, to the centuries of China's silk trade with the less developed countries of Europe. Some of the most significant inventions of the pre-modern world, including paper, gunpowder, and the magnetic compass, originated in China and were then transmitted to the West. The author describes the glories of the Tang and Song dynasties, which saw the creation of the great Chinese cities to the period of its decline and the efforts of Europe to conquer and subdue this giant land. It covers the tumult and triumphs of the Chinese revolution and the dramatic changes in political policies since the late 1970s, which have now made it one of the world's fastest developing countries." "A comprehensive and illuminating look at the rich history of this dynamic country and an easy-to-use reference source."--BOOK JACKET.

China S Market Economy In Transition

Author : Cuirong Liu
ISBN : STANFORD:36105043098040
Genre : China
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