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60 Fortune Cookies

60 Fortune Cookies

by Yung-Chien, Lew

Inspired by the famous Chinese fortune cookie, 60 Fortune Cookies compiles sixty proverbs filled with humor and wisdom. Perfect for reflecting on everyday life, these adages remind us that “love is blind to the future” and that “the cycle of life is no reason to be going in circles,” in addition to asking simple yet resonant questions to help us meditate on our lives...

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An Anatomy of Sino-Japanese Disputes and U.S. Involvement: History and International Law

An Anatomy of Sino-Japanese Disputes and U.S. Involvement: History and International Law

by Hsiung, James C.

The present treatise, his 22nd book, is a rare in-depth analysis of the Sino-Japanese island dispute from the perspectives of both history and the international law of territorial acquisition...

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Art Mao: The Big Little Red Book of Maoist Art Since 1949

Art Mao: The Big Little Red Book of Maoist Art Since 1949

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The image of Chairman Mao (Mao Zedong) is arguably one of the most reproduced in modern history. Long since liberated from its original propagandist purpose, it has become a prism through which artists, from Andy Warhol to Ai Wei Wei, have commented on the evolution of Chinese culture since the great revolution...

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The Chinese Literary Canon

The Chinese Literary Canon

by Quiyu, Yu

In The Chinese Literary Canon, one of China’s most brilliant critics puts three millennia of Chinese writing in its proper historical context. He shows us what to read and how to read it...

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Collected Poems and Lyrics of Classical China: Translated by Xu Yuanchong

Collected Poems and Lyrics of Classical China: Translated by Xu Yuanchong

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Chinese poetry has over 3,000 years of history, and with it much diversity and influence. American poets such as Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, Kenneth Rexroth, Gary Snyder, and David Hinton have been influenced by and even translated the poetry of ancient China...

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Great Power Leader Xi Jinping (Chinese Edition)

Great Power Leader Xi Jinping (Chinese Edition)

by Hong, Liu

Xi Jinping, China's top leader, is an historical figure who is taking China onto the center stage of world. In the past few years, Xi Jinping has reshaped China...

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Imperial Mausoleums and Tombs: Resting Places for Imperial Rulers

Imperial Mausoleums and Tombs: Resting Places for Imperial Rulers

by , Wang Boyang

Imperial Mausoleums and Tombs takes up the art, form, and layout of Chinese imperial mausoleums and tombs, a key element of the Chinese architectural tradition. As Chinese society became more advanced, the Chinese burial tradition grew in complexity...

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The Lantern Bearer

The Lantern Bearer

by JIA, PINGWA

Cherry Town is a remote community located deep in the Qinling Mountains in the southern Shanxi province. There, a beautiful, college-educated woman is appointed to serve as director of the new office of social management...

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The PLA Navy

The PLA Navy

by Xiaoxing, Gao

The PLA Navy is a history of modern China's naval forces, combined with a technical description of the makeup, equipment and missions of the Navy. The book begins with the founding of the Navy, and relates initial successes in the battle for the Yijiangshan Islands...

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Point of View New York City: A Visual Game of the City You Think You Know

Point of View New York City: A Visual Game of the City You Think You Know

by Puls, Janko

Point of View New York City is a photographic exploration of the world’s most exciting city. With Janko Puls’s unique perspectives, Point of View New York City seeks to awaken readers’ curiosity, challenging them to figure out where and what the photographs depict...

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Taoist Buildings: The Architecture of China's Indigenous Religion

Taoist Buildings: The Architecture of China's Indigenous Religion

by Yun, Qiao

In Taoist Buildings, Qiao Yun traces the origins and development of Taoism, China’s indigenous religion. In the early stages, ascetics mostly lived in solitude, leading a life of self-discipline in isolated mountain retreats...

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The Wealth of China: Untangling the Mystery of the World's Second Largest Economy

The Wealth of China: Untangling the Mystery of the World's Second Largest Economy

by Qiang, Gao

China's near miraculous economic growth over the last thirty years gives rise to a series of conundrums: How did China eclipse two hundred years of Western growth in three short decades? Why have money and wealth grown so quickly in China? Why does the Chinese stock market experience such extreme rises and falls? Why is it so difficult to control property prices? Why are high interest loans...

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Similar Titles

  • An Anatomy of Sino-Japanese Disputes and U.S. Involvement: History and International Law
  • Art Mao: The Big Little Red Book of Maoist Art Since 1949
  • The Chinese Literary Canon
  • Collected Poems and Lyrics of Classical China: Translated by Xu Yuanchong
  • Great Power Leader Xi Jinping (Chinese Edition)
  • Imperial Mausoleums and Tombs: Resting Places for Imperial Rulers
  • The Lantern Bearer
  • The PLA Navy
  • Point of View New York City: A Visual Game of the City You Think You Know
  • Taoist Buildings: The Architecture of China's Indigenous Religion
  • The Wealth of China: Untangling the Mystery of the World's Second Largest Economy
  • 60 Fortune Cookies
 

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