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Chinese Studies

Cambridge Scholars Publishing has a burgeoning collection of Chinese Studies titles covering all aspects of Chinese history, society, philosophy, politics, economic development, and trade and commerce, across all periods. With a keen focus on Chinese language studies, these titles are focused on promoting scholarly dialogue and further research in this ever-evolving field.

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Jimmy Du’s Essential Chine...

As the first self-teaching course in Jimmy Du’s Natural Language Works, Jimmy Du’s Essential Chinese is an audio-companion book specially designed to help you master Mandarin Chinese in the shortest time possible. The promise is that you will simply “pick it up” if you just spend a little time following this course while relaxing a...
£34.99

Jimmy Du’s Essential Chine...

As the first self-teaching course in Jimmy Du’s Natural Language Works, Jimmy Du’s Essential Chinese is an audio-companion book specially designed to help you master Mandarin Chinese in the shortest time possible. The promise is that you will simply “pick it up” if you just spend a little time following this course while relaxing a...
£19.99

Journal of China Marketing...

The Journal of China Marketing (JCM) is a refereed journal in the field of international marketing with a focus on the Chinese context, and is the successor to the International Journal of China Marketing. It is edited by a group of scholars who believe that, given the rapid business growth in China, it is necessary to have a platf...
£29.99

Managing Institutions

Minban schools have established their position in China’s education system. This book applies the theories of new institutionalism to the minban school as an organization and as a party in relationships with other institutions. It explores the features of the evolving institutional environment of education and the strategies that m...
£44.99

Modernisation of Chinese C...

The editors are grateful to the Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for its generous support of their research work which enabled them to publish the present book.The present book carefully maps the Chinese modernisation discourse, highlighting its relationship to other, similar discourses, and situating it within historical and theoretica...
£54.99

New Literature in Chinese

This book systematically discusses the academic connotations of the concept of “Modern Chinese Literature”, as well as its basic categories. The discipline founded upon this concept is influential both in China and throughout the world, and scholars engaged in teaching and research in this field number around ten thousand. The disc...
£52.99

Of the Students, By the St...

Annually, China produces more than 5 million college graduates who have been compelled to study English as a foreign language for 10 to 17 years but graduate functionally illiterate, unable to produce comprehensible oral or written English.English is taught as a subject required to pass tests and not as a communicative language. Th...
£54.99

Re-Shaping Education for C...

Despite or perhaps because of globalisation and internationalisation in the contemporary world, the role of education has become more significant in nation formation. However, whereas in the past its function was to create homogeneity and assimilation, today it must deal with diversity and plurality. The modernist premise of “one n...
£39.99

Revolution, State Successi...

Dynamism in Sino-Japanese relations, of which the Diaoyu/Diaoyutai Islands dispute constitutes a major part, has greatly overshadowed not only prospects of positive collaboration between China and Japan, but also regional order in East Asia. On the surface, the essence of the dispute focused on sovereignty, which entails competitio...
£61.99

Style, Wit and Word-Play

This collection of essays is dedicated to the memory of David Hawkes (1923–2009), who is remembered as a pre-eminent translator and interpreter of Chinese literature into English, his most famous work being the translation of the classic eighteenth-century Chinese novel, the Hongloumeng or The Story of the Stone. The first part of ...
£44.99

The Changing Dynamics of t...

Ever since Chiang Kai-shek and his Kuomintang evacuated to Taiwan at the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949, China and Taiwan have been divided by a fundamental and irreconcilable sovereignty dispute over Taiwan’s international status. In addition, the United States has played a central role in the rivalry between Beijing and Tai...
£39.99

The Chinese Chameleon Revi...

By examining how the Middle Kingdom has been portrayed by foreigners and the Chinese themselves, this volume advances a new perspective in our reading and interpretation of the Chinese past by placing these “producers” and “presenters” of China in the spotlight. The chapters probe how these figures produced or presented the country...
£49.99
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