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The Pan Hannian Affair and Power Struggles at the Top of the CCP (1953-1955)

Xiaohong Xiao-Planes
2010 China Perspectives  
Following are some of the best biographies on Pan: Tang Yu (ed.), Lingluo chengni xiang ru gu -yinian Pan Hannian, Dong Hui (Lingering fragrance from petals turned to dust -Homage to Pan Hannian and Dong  ...  See Tang Yu, "Aisi he yinian" (Homage and painful memories), in Lingluo chengni xiang ru gu -huiyi Pan Hannian, op. cit.,p. 63. 31.  ... 
doi:10.4000/chinaperspectives.5348 fatcat:simoezppu5bdhnua4bznav3bza

The Social Life of Inkstones: Artisans and Scholars in Early Qing China by Dorothy Ko (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2017). 330 pp., color illus 78, b&w illus 27, maps 3. $45 hardcover)

Wang Haicheng
2017 Journal of Chinese History  
The first stop on Ko's southern tour is the Duan quarries in Guangdong (chapter 2, After leaving the Duan quarries in Guangdong, Ko takes us north to a small lane in Suzhou, the Zhuanzhu Lane 專諸巷, 34 dubbed  ...  quarried and carved in southern China.  ...  act and the most reliable relationship a man can form with a piece of stone" (186). 38 We are now in a better position to understand the urgent need felt by Lin Fuyun 林涪雲, one of the core members of  ... 
doi:10.1017/jch.2017.35 fatcat:umqwwza32zdabbwt32mxzlla3u

An Alternative Chronology for the Xia Dynasty and Discussion on Issues Related to Xia Culture

Hongbo Jia (賈洪波), Carl Gene Fordham
2019 Journal of Chinese Humanities  
It also argues that the Wadian 瓦店 site in Yuzhou 禹州 may have been inhabited by Yu and Qi, that the ancient city of Xinzhai 新砦 was an early capital of the Xia dynasty from the reigns of Qi to Shao Kang  ...  It argues that Qi 啟 founded the Xia dynasty midway through the twentieth century BCE and further discusses questions relating to the capital cities and culture of the Xia.  ...  their own disciplines or academic systems, with their own understanding and selection criteria, and thus hold a range of views when it comes to the year counts and first years of the Xia, Shang, and Zhou  ... 
doi:10.1163/23521341-12340072 fatcat:mmhid6ujeba3toqown7ikpvssy

Vol. 2, No. 3, September 2009

Editor ELT
2009 English Language Teaching  
In China, although some English training schools have made the class size smaller, in most of the English training centers, especially the very popular ones, the big class is still the norm.  ...  It is hard for a teacher to control the number of the students. Anyway, as a teacher, one would try the best to pay more attention to every student and help them as much as they could.  ...  (ELT) and Mathematics academics to journal editors worldwide with the communicative purposes of providing and requesting information.  ... 
doi:10.5539/elt.v2n3p0 fatcat:buraiij6cvamnhthqhvkgehmx4

Autonomy of Chinese judges : dynamics of people's courts, the CCP and the public in contemporary judicial reform [article]

Yue Liu
This dissertation is the outcome of author's observations and empirical research on judicial reform in China from the 1980s to 2015.  ...  in China?  ...  Administrative Governance in East China" (2012) China Journal.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0340007 fatcat:gvehhz37krgifdyy4nlj7wvl7m

Watchdog or Demagogue? The Media in the Chinese Legal System

Benjamin L. Liebman
as an arm of the Party-state and their ability to reflect and create public opinion.  ...  It shows how media commercialization has resulted in incentives for the media to expand the scope of critical reporting, to challenge propaganda department content regulations, and to influence court decisionmaking  ...  Understanding the role of the media is crucial to understanding the development of law and legal institutions in China.  ... 
doi:10.7916/d8j67gk4 fatcat:yfxqcun4prhnfezua5xxzxkt4m

Redefining and regulating public contracting in China : comparative and international perspectives

Chao Wang
Or, in other words, the Western tradition of transparency and rule of law, which was rooted in the value of liberal democracy, can be adapted to local norms of governance in China.  ...  The major research question of this thesis is to explore, in an authoritarian state like China, whether the country's public contracting law and its implementation can be improved to a high level of transparency  ...  Journal of the State Academy of Administration) 4.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0071349 fatcat:6veb4aj5afewpjjqxjvdiemf2m

Serving the occupation state : Chinese elites, collaboration and the problem of history in post-war China

Jonathan Henshaw
Stepping back from moral judgment, this study shows that the political fragmentation of pre-war China shaped collaboration under the RNG as politicians attempted to turn occupation into an opportunity  ...  Since the Xinhai Revolution of 1911, China entered a period of state fragmentation that saw a series of different political parties, movements, and warlords compete for power under a political culture  ...  Bibliography Archives and Document Collections Academia Historica Archives Foreign Office Files for China, 1919 -1980 Japan and America, c1930-1955 The Pacific War and the Occupation of Japan  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0379559 fatcat:powyp2qjabbylfkk2tbamqfzxi

Study of The Sound and Meaning of The Flower Ornament Sutra in the Korean Version

Zhichun Luo, Imre Hamar
It clearly appears that the purpose of the book is to assist readers in understanding The Flower Adornment Sutra. For easy retrieval, most of the entries are disyllabic.  ...  According to the preliminary data collected, disyllabic entries in The Sound and Meaning of Xuanying take up to 92% of all entries.  ...  understand the customs and cultures of China and foreign countries. follower.  ... 
doi:10.15476/elte.2018.149 fatcat:gouemuds2nejtcae2gxpdiheze

The chinese struggle for literacy : villagers and the state in Guangdong, 1949-1976

Glen Peterson
The major objective of the dissertation is to assess the nature and significance of this struggle in one part of China: the southeastern coastal province of Guangdong.  ...  This dissertation is a social and intellectual history of the struggle for literacy in Mao's China from 1949 to1976.  ...  same way, the literacy primers used in rural China from the mid-1950s sought to inculcate the importance of being a good collective farmer, able to read and to record workpoints and to understand labour  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0086719 fatcat:7fcg7uq65rdevkaw6g27h6nreu

Industrialising China, escaping labour: economic development and the agency of migrant labour in Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu province

Shuwan Zhang
Figure 13 13 Figure 13 Map of Coastal Provinces in China responsibility system were the norm from 1980 to 1993.  ...  China has grabbed the chance to engage in the globalisation process and the term 'globalisation' has gained wide use in both popular and academic circles.  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00023810 fatcat:ee4dqbmlwvhvncgphfr755nkge

Commercializing Ideologies : Intellectuals and Cultural Production at the Mingxing (Star) Motion Picture Company, 1922 - 1938

Xuelei Huang
Besides, for his warm support and sympathetic understanding, I owe profound gratitude to him.  ...  I have benefitted tremendously from her insightful comments, inspirational thoughts, as well as numerous helpful suggestions about the skills and technical details of writing an academic thesis.  ...  elitist intelligentsia who were eager to spread their new thoughts to a wider public and the less educated people to whom academic journals were hardly accessible.  ... 
doi:10.11588/heidok.00010406 fatcat:ii5jj26aw5c4hmt2oajbmmaxai

The intellectual development of Wu Zhihui: A reflection of society and politics in late Qing and Republican China

P. G. Clifford
Through this biographical approach the intention is to also reach out and achieve an understanding of his contemporaries and so come to broader conclusions about the period of rapid and fundamental intellectual  ...  Finally two sections are devoted to Wu's contribution to education in China.  ...  Wu accused him of failing to adhere to Gu Yanwu's principle of "Han Learning as the basic theory, the Song Confucianists as our te a c h e r. " Wu recog nised the need fo r Gu to revolt against the negative  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00029654 fatcat:dz6otwu2cjbwve5pvyuvju4juq

Eschatology in Ming-Qing sectarian precious volumes (baojuan) and its daoist elements

Tak Pui Sze
From the discussions of this thesis, it can be concluded that the eschatological belief was not exclusive to the common people in China, and it was an indigenous tradition shared by ordinary sectarian  ...  The scriptures composed during this period present us with contemporary understandings of collective sufferings and prophecies.  ...  A Study in the Changing Conceptions of the Soul and Afterlife in Pre-Buddhist China.' Harvard Journal of Asian Studies, 47( 1987):382-383.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0091039 fatcat:ma34bukc65ef7cyzquv42zrfai

The style of Lao She and modern Chinese: A study of Lao She's literary language in his fictional works

Yan Cui
Lao She's literary language developed with the changes in society around him in China.  ...  However, to date, the study of Lao She's literary language has been largely neglected in comparison to the large volume of work that has been dedicated to other aspects of his writings, so there are still  ...  Due to the difficulty for understanding the local dialect, Lao She realised it and changed to Putonghua when he wrote Zheng when Putonghuua was populising in China..  ... 
doi:10.25501/soas.00029580 fatcat:vo2yxk5yd5buxeb2ypnsqe3ufu