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  • 苏诺

    苏诺 (Stay real.)

    Decades after the deaths of Mao and Chiang, it is possible not only to look at those two major figures with some perspective, but also to pay more attention to the context around them. There is an alternative to regarding the early 20th century as a clash of the two Chinese giants: instead we can treat the period from the establishment of Chiang's Nationalist government in 1928 to the present d...

    2018-10-03 18:52   1人喜欢

  • 苏诺

    苏诺 (Stay real.)

    “In terms of freedom of speech and cultural production, the Republic was a much richer time than any subsequent ear in Chinese history. Even in political and economic terms, the period demands serious reassessment.”

    2018-10-03 18:16   1人喜欢

  • 启罗米突

    启罗米突 (艳照古称多慷慨悲歌之士)

    河殇,嗯。。

    2014-12-31 20:50

  • 启罗米突

    启罗米突 (艳照古称多慷慨悲歌之士)

    陈宏谋和袁枚,真是汉学家笔下的妇女解放运动的先驱了

    2014-12-31 20:27

  • LY

    LY

    The 19th century saw a profound change in Chinese self-perception. For centuries, the empire had been termed tianxia, literally and poetically rendered as ‘all under heaven’. This did not mean that premodern Chinese did not recognize that there were lands or peoples that were not their own – they certainly did – but that the empire contained all those who mattered, and its border was fl exible...

    2014-11-19 12:32

  • benshuier

    benshuier (怎样理解过去)

    The pattern of modern Chinese history John Fairbank et al. (eds), The Cambridge History of China, vols. 10–15 (Cambridge, various dates): detailed essays summarizing key themes in political, cultural, and social history. John Gittings, The Changing Face of China: From Mao to Market (Oxford, 2005): detailed account of the People’s Republic from 1949 to the present. Rana Mitter, A Bitter ...

    2014-11-12 14:54

  • benshuier

    benshuier (怎样理解过去)

    Chapter 1 W. Y. Fullerton and C. E. Wilson, New China: A Story of Modern Travel (London, 1910), p. 234. Chapter 2 Chen Hongmou: William Rowe, Saving the World: Chen Hongmou and Elite Consciousness in Eighteenth-Century China (Stanford, 2001), esp. ch. 9. Wei Yuan: Philip Kuhn, Origins of the Modern Chinese State (Stanford, 2002), pp. 39, 48. World War I: Xu Guoqi, China and the Great ...

    2014-11-12 14:52

  • 鲁闽

    鲁闽 (我知道什么呢?)

    China is undeniably a richer society in per capita terms than it was under Mao. However, it is also much more unequal. Services such as free health care, education, and guaranteed employment that were part of the Maoist social contract were abandoned during the reform era... 毛时代自然也是有不平等的,腐败也不少。只是物质贫乏,不平等和腐败的量级达不到现在的高度。但不能否认的是,那时总体上看还是..

    2012-11-27 20:57

  • 鲁闽

    鲁闽 (我知道什么呢?)

    The international world of sport could not give China permission to slip back into the community of nations as if nothing had happened. However, the 1993 snub proved to be a start, rather than an end, to the process. Within two years, China held a major international event, the 1995 UN Women's Conference. 忘了是谁说的还是在哪本书看到的,对中国而言,1995年世界妇女大会是重要的,这是1989年之后中国...

    2012-11-27 20:31

  • 自求多福totoro

    自求多福totoro (Veritas vincit)

    There is a final irony that has been implied, but not stated, in the way in which this chapter has portrayed politics since 1928 as a changing of the baton in a wider, consistent, politics of modernity. For the political form of China today – a one-party state that does still allow a signifi cant amount of individual autonomy, a powerful state with a cooperative role in the international order, a...

    2012-05-26 11:25

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