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120th Anniversary: Chinese Strategists Reflect on the First Sino-Japanese War

A collection of essays on the Sino-Japanese War of 1894-95 has obvious implications for modern China.

For The Diplomat, Shannon Tiezzi writes;  China is gearing up for the 120th anniversary of the… 620 more words

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Twenty-five years later, Tiananmen Square no less taboo for China's censors

Twenty-five years ago today, Chinese college students in Beijing, Shanghai, and Xi’an began gathering to publicly mourn the death of a purged high-level official, Hu Yaobang… 824 more words


The end of China's soft power?

The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and not necessarily those of China Daily Mail:

“Will China invade its neighbours?” This is a question I tend to be bombarded with whenever I present lectures or attend talks on… 1,349 more words


A Tale of Two Agricultural Models: An Evaluation of the Differences Between the Household Contract Responsibility System and the Old Maoist Model of Collectivism

Author: James Clifford T. Santos

Date Published: 21 March 2014 (Ateneo De Manila University, Philippines)

Submitted in partial fulfillment of the course CHN 20: Modern Chinese Economy  3,410 more words


World's Largest Fraud: China.

China is not a communist country. Communism in China died with Deng Xiaoping’s agricultural reforms in the late 1970s. The legacy of Mao Zedong is kept around merely as a nationalist tool. 1,141 more words


More Friends than Foes: Sino-Japanese Relations in 1984

I just published a co-authored introduction to a set Japanese documents on the visit made by Prime Minister Nakasone Yasuhiro to China in March 1984 with… 119 more words