Essays Related to Chinese Culture
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Chinese Culture - Sample Essays
Barringer, T. J; Flynn, Tom. Colonialism and the object: empire, material culture, and the museum. Routledge, 1998.
Clunas, Craig. Superfluous things: material culture and social status in early modern
China. University of Hawaii Press, 2004.
Ebrey, Patricia Buckley; Liu, Kwang-ching. The Cambridge illustrated history of China.
Cambridge University Press, 1999.
Fairbank, John K; Lindbeck, John M.H. United States Aid to Latin America in Chinese
Studies. Asian Survey, vol. 1, no. 9, November 1961, pp. 32-35.
Gonzalez, David; Fairbank, John K. China Scholar of Wide Influence, Is Dead at 84. New
York Times, September 16, 1991, pp: 4-5.
MacFarquhar, Roderick; Fairbank, John K; Twitchett, Denis Crispin. The Cambridge
history of China Edition. Cambridge University Press, 1987.
Miller, Daniel. Consumption: 2001 Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences. Taylor & Francis, 2001.
Pomeranz, Kenneth. The Great Divergence: Europe, China, and the Making of the Modern World Economy. Princeton University Press: Princeton NJ, 2000.
Rawski, Evelyn S. Material wealth: Craig Clunas draws on an astonishing range of evidence to present his richly detailed account of the many and varied roles of pictures and things in Ming society. Apollo Magazine, May 2008, pp: 11-14.
Richter, Frank-Jurgen. Business networks in Asia: promises, doubts, and perspectives.
Greenwood Publishing Group, 1999.
Van de Ven, Hans J. Warfare in Chinese history.
Joseph Morreale, an economics professor at Pace who is on the advisory board for Pace's CI, said: "Pace brings a number of students to China in the summer, students that go to learn about Chinese culture. They have wonderful, transformational experiences, and out of those experiences come the essays they write. That really heartens our soul."
Chinese Culture - Essay by Clinton34 - Anti Essays
As a result of such conventionality, hip-hop style music had never been a part of Chinese sociological repertoire in the past; therefore, the introduction of new aged and progressive material, as briefly described in Sociology (2010), is a classic example of cultural diffusion by the very nature of the term’s definition and spirit....