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- Wisdom Publications 2014; Not Available
Exploring the long history of cultural exchange between 'the Roof of the World' and 'the Middle Kingdom,' Buddhism Between Tibet and China features a collection of noteworthy essays that probe the nature of their relationship, spanning from the Tang Dynasty (618 - 907 CE) to the present day. Annotated and contextualized by noted scholar Matthew Kapstein... more...
- Lexington Books 2014; US$ 79.99
In Power and Moral Education in China , Wangbei Ye examines China?s recent initiation of school-based curriculum development in moral education as a means to analyze the power redistribution brought about by China?s economic reform. Though there is a great deal of scholarship dealing with moral education in China, the role of power has never... more...
- Hong Kong University Press, HKU 2014; US$ 48.00
When Hong Kong fell to the Japanese in 1941, the Portuguese colony of Macao was left as a neutral enclave amidst Japanese-held territory. Nonetheless, John Reeves, the British Consul there remained and continued his work especially providing relief to the 9,000 refugees from Hong Kong. This book is Reeves memoir of his extraordinary experiences.... more...
- Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 47.50
The tumult of the Cultural Revolution after 1966 is often blamed on a few leaders in Beijing, or on long-term egalitarian ideals, or on communist or Chinese political cultures. Lynn White shows, however, that the chaos resulted mainly from reactions by masses of individuals and small groups to three specific policies of administrative manipulation:... more...
- Princeton University Press 2014; US$ 33.50
In her study of medieval Chinese lay practices and beliefs, Valerie Hansen argues that social and economic developments underlay religious changes in the Southern Song. Unfamiliar with the contents of Buddhist and Daoist texts, the common people hired the practitioner or prayed to the god they thought could cure the ill or bring rain. As the economy... more...
- St. Martin's Press 2013; US$ 16.99
Over the last decade China has undergone a transformation. After the dark days of the Cultural Revolution, it has emerged as one of the twenty-first century?s most powerful economies, with millions of citizens now entering the middle class. Yet, despite these rapid changes, China?s human rights record remains abysmal, and a heavy shroud of secrecy... more...
- North Atlantic Books 2014; US$ 17.99
A modern classic, Shang Yun-Xiang Style Xingyiquan is essential for Xingyiquan practitioners and a useful guide for any practitioner of the Chinese martial arts. While focusing on Shang-style Xingyiquan (derived from author Li Wen-Bin's training under Grandmaster Shang Yun-Xiang), this book clearly breaks down the fundamentals of those movements... more...
- Scarecrow Press 2009; US$ 33.99
The Cultural Revolution in the People's Republic of China started in 1966 and lasted about a decade. This revolutionary upsurge of Chinese students and workers, led by Mao Zedong, wreaked havoc in the world's most populous country, often turning things upside down and undermining the party, government, and army while simultaneously weakening the economy,... more...
- Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2007; US$ 43.99
This thoroughly researched study provides an invaluable account of Hong Kong's political evolution from its founding as a British colony to the present. Exploring the interplay between colonial, capitalist, communist, and democratic forces in shaping Hong Kong's political institutions and culture, Suzanne Pepper offers a fresh perspective on the territory's... more...