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Through Chinese eyes
|Statement||Edward Vernoff and Peter J. Seybolt.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 369 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||369|
India Through Chinese Eyes. Decem Febru (Subscribe to World Policy Journal here) From the Winter Issue "Faceoff: China/India " By Li Xin. The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes The Arthur Waley Estate, Arthur Waley. First published in This volume translates and places in the appropriate historical context a number of private documents, such as diaries, autobiographies and confessions, which explain what the Opium War felt like on the Chinese side. You can write a book.
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Through Chinese Eyes is the third edition of a classic CITE book. CITE, the Center for International Training and Education, is a program of the Council on International and Public Affairs' "World Cultures Series," a group of books that presents world cultures to readers through the "eyes" of its own by: 2.
The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Originally published in by Allen & Unwin/5.
I have another book just as important called "The Crusades Through Arab Eyes" which is just as good. Again, I suggest them both for the sake of objectivity. TRUE OBJECTIVITY!!. Read more. 23 people found this helpful.
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Get this from a library. Through Chinese eyes: the Chinese experience in the Northern Territory [Glenice Yee] -- As the Vidar arrived in Port Darwin with Chinese, the story of Chinese settlement in the Northern Territory and the adversity they endured began.
This book focuses on the Chinese in the Northern. Author Dean Koontz eerily predicted the coronavirus outbreak in his thriller "The Eyes of Darkness." The fictional novel tells the story of a Chinese military lab that creates a new virus to Author: Jessica Napoli.
Get this from a library. Chinese women through Chinese eyes. [Yu-ning Li;] -- The special focus of this book is the lives and experiences of women in China in the first half of the 20th century.
Part One (Historical Interpretations) presents essays by Western-educated Chinese. The special focus of this book is the lives and experiences of women in China in the first half of the 20th century. Part One - Historical Interpretations - presents essays by Western-educated Chinese women and men, on the historical role of women in a time of great social and economic upheaval.
A novel by horror writer Dean Koontz predicted the coronavirus outbreak, it has been claimed. Buried in the book The Eyes of Darkness, which revolves around a grieving mother investigating. The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes by Arthur Waley and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes by Arthur Waley - AbeBooks.
Book review: ‘Prairie Lotus’ reimagines ‘Little House’ world through eyes of a Chinese girl. Jim Higgins More Content Now Thursday at AM Feb This new series bears a superficial resemblance to some Praeger publications a few years back, and indeed one selection, on the Long March, has been duplicated from We the Chinese (KR, ).
However a good deal more ambition and purpose is evident in this two volume anthology: the selections are dearly related to the theme, represent a balanced spectrum of viewpoints and are accompanied by.
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The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes All Book Search results » About the author () Arthur Waley () is highly regarded for his many translations of Chinese & Japanese literature. Bibliographic information.
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Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, In his book, The Opium War Through Chinese Eyes, Arthur Waley sought to provide personal, first-hand narratives of individual Chinese people who were the willing and unwilling participants of the Opium War.
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The Opium War through Chinese Eyes. Stanford: Stanford University Press, Sigrid Schmalzer () In this book, Arthur Waley broke new ground in English-language studies of the Opium War by using Chinese sources to paint a picture of the conflict “through Chinese eyes.” Waley’s is not a typical history book.
London through Chinese eyes; or, My seven and a half years in London by Tyau, Min-chien T. Z., Publication date Topics National characteristics, English, London (England) -- Social life and customs Publisher London, The Swarthmore press limited Collection cdl; americana Digitizing sponsor MSNPages: Through the looking glass of fashion, designers conjoin disparate stylistic references into a pastiche of Chinese aesthetic and cultural traditions.
The exhibition features more than examples of haute couture and avant-garde ready-to-wear alongside Chinese art.