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2007.066.092 Book Strangers at the Gate: Social Disorder in South China 1839-1861 Wakeman, Jr., Frederic 1966 University of California Press
2007.066.093 Book Proverbs and Common Sayings from the Chinese, Together with Much Related and Unrelated Matter, Interspersed with Observations on Chinese Things in General Smith, Arthur H. 1965 Paragon Book Reprint Corp
2007.066.094 Book An English-Chinese Glossary of Social Sciences and Education Kong, Shiu L. 1975 Commercial Press
2007.066.095 Book Outrageous Chinese: A Guide to Chinese Street Language Wang, James J. 1994 China Books
2007.066.096 Book Mutant Mandarin: A Guide to New Chinese Slang Yimin , Zhou and James J. Wang 1995 China Books
2007.066.097 Book Gods, Ghosts and Ancestors: Folk Religion in a Taiwanese Village Jordan, David K. 1972 University of California Press
2007.066.098 Book The Web That Has No Weaver: Understanding Chinese Medicine Kaptchuk, Ted J. 1983 Congdon and Weed
2007.066.099 Book A Study of Chinese Genealogies Lo, Hsiang-Lin 1971 Institute of Chinese Culture
2007.066.100 Book Chinese Social Structure: A Historical Study Yang, Martin M.C. 1969 Eurasia Book Co.
2007.066.101 Book Battle Hymn of China Smedley, Agnes 1943 Alfred A. Knopf
2007.066.102 Book A Study of 2866 Farms in Seventeen Localities and Seven Provinces in China Chinese Farm Economy Buck, John Lossing 1930 The Willow Pattern Press
2007.066.103 Book Government and People in Hong Kong 1841-1962: A Constitutional History Endacott, G.B. 1975 Hong Kong University Press
2007.066.104 Book Traditional Medicine in Modern China: Science, Nationalism, and the Tensions of Cultural Change Croizier, Ralph C. 1968 Harvard University Press
2007.066.105 Book The Consolidation of the South China Frontier Moseley, III, George V.H. 1973 University of California Press
2007.066.106 Book Family and Kinship in Chinese Society Freedman, Maurice, ed. 1970 Stanford University Press
2007.066.107 Book The author examines Chinese village life in the Peoples? Republic during the 1980s? Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese Mosher, Steven W. 1983 Macmillan Publishing Company
2007.066.108 Book The First Years of Yangyi Commune Crook, Isabel and David Crook 1966 Routledge and Kegan Paul
2007.066.109 Book The Men and Women of Chung Ho Ch'ang Treudley, Mary Bosworth 1971 Orient Cultural Service
2007.066.110 Book China's Gentry: Essays in Rural-Urban Relations Fei, Hsiao-tung 1968 University of Chicago Press
2007.066.111 Book Religion in Chinese Society: A Study of Contemporary Social Functions of Religion and Some of Their Historical Factors Yang, C.K. 1967 University of California Press
2007.066.112 Book A Year in China 1899-1900 Bigham, Clive 1901 Macmillan and Co.
2007.066.113 Book Pupil, Parent, and School: A Hong Kong Study Mitchell, Robert Edward 1972 Orient Cultural Services
2007.066.114 Book Chinatown, New York: Labor and Politics, 1930-1950 Kwong, Peter 1979 Monthly Review Press
2007.066.115 Book The Unwelcome Immigrant: The American Image of the Chinese, 1785-1882 Miller, Stuart Creighton 1969 University of California Press
2007.066.116 Book The Indispensable Enemy: Labor and the Anti-Chinese Movement in California Saxton, Alexander 1971 University of California Press
2007.066.117 Book The story of the Chinese in America - their struggle for survival, acceptance, and full participation in American life, from the Gold Rush to the present. The Story of the Chinese in America Sung, Betty Lee 1971 Collier Books
2007.066.118 Book "Chink!": A Documentary History of Anti-Chinese Prejudice in America Wu, Cheng-Tsu, ed. 1972 World Publishing
2007.066.119 Book 3 volume set Chinese Creeds and Customs Burkhardt, V.R. 1972 The South China Morning Post
2007.066.120 Book A Compilation of the Laws of the Republic of China 1967
2007.066.121 Book Rural Nutrition in China Whyte, R.O. 1972 Oxford University Press
2007.066.122 Book Streetlife China Dutton, Michael 1998 Cambridge University Press
2007.066.123 Book Between 1870 and 1942, people of Chinese, Japanese, and Filipino ancestry toiled in the salmon canneries on coastal bays and streams from central California to western Alaska. Successive generations of Asian immigrants and Asian Americans formed the predominant body of workers in an industry that played a central role in the economic growth of the western states and territories. This book traces the shifts in the ethnic and gender composition of the cannery labor market from its origins through its decline and examines the workers' creation of work cultures and social communities. Organizing Asian American Labor: The Pacific Coast Canned-Salmon Industry, 1870-1942 Friday, Chris 1994 Temple University Press
2007.066.124 Book Contagious Divides: Epidemics and Race in San Francisco's Chinatown Shah, Nayan 2001 University of California Press
2007.066.125 Book Rent Collection Courtyard: Sculpures of Oppression and Revolt 1968 Foreign Language Press
2007.066.126 Book The Cantonese Manual for Health Professionals Leung, Peter C.Y. 1978 University of California, Davis
2007.066.127 Book A Barefoot Doctor's Manual: A Guide to Traditional Chinese and Modern Medicine, Revised and Enlarged Edition 1977 Cloudburst Press
2007.066.128 Book Chinese Gold: The Chinese in the Monterey Bay Region Lydon, Sandy 1985 Capitola Book Co.
2007.066.129 Book Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World Wetherford, Jack 2004 Three Rivers Press
2007.066.130 Book 3 lectures delievered at Smith College in April 1947 on cultural anthropology of Southeast Asia. Social Forces in Southeast Asia Du Bois, Cora 1967 Harvard University Press
2007.066.131 Book Chinese Communist Society: The Family and the Village Yang, C.K. 1966 The M.I.T. Press
2007.066.132 Book Outlines of Chinese Symbolism and Art Motives Williams, C.A.S. 1976 Dover Publications, Inc.
2007.066.133 Book Maxine Hong Kingston brings her richly astonishing perception to the San Francisco of the sixties and its life of youth and art. Her hero is Wittman Ah Sing, a young Chinese American one year out of Berkeley, six feet tall, skinny, hip, an unstoppable, word-drunk playwright, poet and talker. Wittman is (naturally, given the time and place) a rebel. But, like Monkey - the blessed saint-troublemaker of Chinese legend who helped bring the Buddhist scriptures from India, and to whom our hero bears more than a passing resemblance - Wittman is a rebel with a cause. Tripmaster Monkey: His Fake Book Kingston, Maxine Hong 1989 Alfred A. Knopf
2007.066.134 Book Family Life in West China Highbaugh, Irma 1948 Agricultural Missions
2007.066.135 Book Village Life in China Smith, Arthur H. 1970 Little, Brown and Co.
2007.066.136 Book The Income of the Chinese Gentry Chang, Chung-li 1962 University of Washington Press
2007.066.137 Book The Virgin Market Lee, C.Y. 1964 Doubleday and Co.
2007.066.138 Book A Chinese Lineage Village: Sheung Shui Baker, Hugh D.R. 1968 Stanford University Press
2007.066.139 Book A History of Cinema and Drama in Taiwan Lu, Su-Shang Yin Hwa Publishing
2007.066.140 Book The Woman Who Devoted Her Life to Bridging the Gap Between the Cultures of East and West: Collected Essays in Memory of Professor Isabella Yen Ho, Kai-ching, ed. 1993
2007.066.141 Book China and the West Franke, Wolfgang; R.A. Wilson, trans. 1967 Harper and Row
2007.066.142 Book Taiwanese Ballads: A Catalogue Eberhard, Wolfram 1972 The Orient Cultural Service
2007.066.143 Book The Tragedy of the Chinese Revolution Isaacs, Harold R. 1966 Atheneum
2007.066.144 Book Chinese-English Dictionary of Modern Chinese Slang Li, Shujuan and Yan Ligang 1998 Heian International
2007.066.145 Book China: An Anthropological Perspective Stover, Leon E. and Takeko K. Stover 1976 Goodyear Publishing Co.
2007.066.146 Book A Bibliography of the History of Christianity in China Chao, Jonathan Tien-en 1970 China Graduate School of Theology
2007.066.147 Book Revolution in a Chinese Village: Ten Mile Inn Crook, David, Isabel Crook 1968 Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd.
2007.066.148 Book The Death of Woman Wang Spence, Jonathan D. 1978 The Viking Press
2007.066.149 Book Serve the People: Observations on Medicine in the People's Republic of China Sidel, Victor W. 1974 Josiah Macy, Jr. Foundation
2007.066.150 Book The Scalpel, the Sword: The Story of Doctor Norman Bethune Allen, Ted, Sydney Gordon 1973 Monthly Review Press
2007.066.151 Book A Study of Chinese Boycotts: With Special Reference to Their Economic Effectiveness Remer, C.F. 1966 Ch Eng- Wen Publishing Co
2007.066.152 Book China to Me: A Partial Autobiography Hahn, Emily 1944 Doubleday, Doran and Company, Inc.
2007.066.153 Book Buddhism Under Mao Welch, Holmes 1972 Harvard University Press
2007.066.154 Book Japanese Society Nakane, Chie 1973 Penguin Books
2007.066.155 Book A Guide to the Japanese Stage: From Traditional to Cutting Edge Cavaye, Ronald, Paul Griffith, and Akihinko Senda 2004 Kodansha International
2007.066.156 Book The Taiping Rebellion: History Michael, Franz 1972 University of Washington Press
2007.066.157 Book House United, House Divided: The Chinese Family in Taiwan Cohen, Myron L. 1976 Columbia University Press
2007.066.158 Book The Cities and Towns of China: A Geographical Dictionary Playfair, G.M.H. 1968 Ch'eng-Wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.159 Book The I Ching: The Book of Changes Legge, James, trans. 1963 Dover Publications, Inc.
2007.066.160 Book The Art of Chinese Poetry Liu, James J.Y. 1974 The University of Chicago Press
2007.066.161 Book Chinese Characters: Their Origin, Etymology, History, Classification and Signification Wieger, Dr. L. 1965 Paragon Book Reprint Corp.
2007.066.162 Book A Guide to Cantonese (Self-Taught) Yuen, Y.C. 1971 Y.C. Yuen
2007.066.163 Book A Scholar in Imperial China Lai, T.C. 1970 Kelly and Walsh
2007.066.164 Book The Family Revolution in Modern China Levy, Jr., Marion J. 1968 Atheneum
2007.066.166 Book Kinship and Community in Two Chinese Villages Pasternak, Burton 1972 Stanford University Press
2007.066.167 Book Thai-English Dictionary Thiengburanathum, Wit Ruamsan
2007.066.168 Book Tibetan Civilization Stein, R.A. 1972 Stanford University Press
2007.066.169 Book A Japanese Reader: Graded Lessons in the Modern Language Miller, Roy Andrew 1997 Charles E. Tuttle Company
2007.066.170 Book A History of Japanese Mathematics Smith, David Eugene, and Yoshio Mikami 2004 Dover Publications, Inc.
2007.066.171 Book Life in provincial China during the crucial years 1940-1941 Two Kinds of Time Peck, Graham 1967 Houghton Mifflin
2007.066.172 Book Introductory lessons in Japanese Learn Japanese: Pattern Approach Young, John 1965 University of Maryland, Tokyo
2007.066.173 Book A dictionary of contemporary Chinesse Lin Yutang's Chinese-English Dictionary of Modern Usage Lin, Yutang 1972 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2007.066.174 Book Historical view from 1430 to 1900; history, people resources, and commercial prospects; tea, camphor, sugar, gold, coal, sulphur, economical plants, and other productions The Island of Formosa Davidson, James W. 1903 np
2007.066.175 Book An illustrated record of the primitive industries of China's masses, whose life is toil, and thus an account of Chinese civilization; records of Chinese, oriental, and other primitive industries being the result of an expedition begun in the year 1921, planned, equipped and directed by Henry Chapman Mercer China at Work Hommel, Rudolph P. 1969 M.I.T. Press
2007.066.176 Book Lessons in the Pronunciation of the Cantonese Language Cantonese Sounds and Tones Huang, Parker Po-fei 1965 New Asia--Yale-in-China Chinese Language Center
2007.066.177 Book English language text to accompany the text Speak Cantonese Book One An English Supplement to Speak Cantonese Book One (revised edition) 1969 New Asia--Yale-in-China Chinese Language Center
2007.066.178 Book Lessons in Chinese Characters in Taiwanese (Min-nan) pronunciation Introduction to Chinese Characters in Taiwanese, Book I Tan Sia Le Eng 1969 (1963) Taipei Language Institute
2007.066.179 Book Biographical encyclopedia of the Ch'ing (Qing) Dynasty 1644-1912. 1970 reprint of 1943 original published by the United States Government Printing Office. Eminent Chinese of the Ch'ing Period Hummel, Arthur W 1970 Ch'eng Wen Publishing Company
2007.066.180 Book Introductory textbook for colloquial Taiwanese Chinese; in two volumes An Introduction to Taiwanese Colloquial Ko, Chek Hoan and Tan, Pang Tin 1960 Maryknoll Language School
2007.066.181 Book Tables finding date equivalences between Western and Chinese traditional calendars; a 1961 reprint of a 1955 original. Liang qian nian Zhong xi li dui zhao biao = A Sino-Western calendar for two thousand years, 1-2000 A. D. Xue, Zhongsan. 1961 Commercial Press
2007.066.182 Book A contrastive glossary of English and Chinese Chinese Linguistic Usage 1925-1975 Weingartner, Fredric F and Yang, Paul Fu-mien 1985 Student Book Company
2007.066.183 Book Slavery in the Former Han Dynasty. A 1967 reissue of a 1943 original Slavery in China During the Former Han Dynasty, 206 BC - AD 25 Wilbur, C Martin 1967 (1943) Russell and Russell
2007.066.184 Book A history of mathematics in China; a 1997 edition in English (the original edition was in French, published by Masson, Paris 1987). A History of Chinese Mathematics Martzloff, Jean-Claud 1997 Springer-Verlag
2007.066.185 Book A collection of 15 articles, plus bibliography and gossaries, on secret societies in China's recent past. Popular Movements and Secret Societies in China, 1840-1950 Chesneaux, Jean editor 1972 Stanford University Press
2007.066.186 Book Historical, sociological, and medical aspects of footbinding in China Chinese Footbinding: The History of a Curious Erotic Custom Levy, Howard S. 1966 John Weatherhill, Inc.
2007.066.187 Book Chinese Poetry: An Anthology of Major Modes and Genres Yip, Wai-lim Editor and Translator 1997 Duke University Press
2007.066.188 Book Comprehensive account of social structure in the Han Dynasty Han Social Structure Ch'u, T'ung-tsu (Qu Tongzu) and Dull, Jack L, editor 1972 University of Washington Press
2007.066.189 Book A history focusing on cultural conditions, the development of religion, literature and arts, the economic background, and early contacts with the Roman Orient and Middle East. China: A Short Cultural History Fitzgerald, C.P. 1951 Praeger Publishers
2007.066.190 Book A short, illustrated, history of opium in the late 19th century and early 20th century. Opium: A Portrait of the Heavenly Demon Hodgson, Barbara 1999 Chronical Books
2007.066.191 Book A survey of opium's impact on world culture, from its religious use to its influence on Romantic writers, and from its early medical uses to today's international heroin industry. Opium: A History Booth, Martin 1996 Thomas Dunne Books/ St. Martin's Press
2007.066.192 Book A description of Chinese migratory workers in Taiwan, the Dutch East Indies, British Malakka, the Philippines, Hawaii, South Africa and France. The period covered is from the Qing Dynasty to the 1920s. Originally published in 1923. Chinese Migrations, with Special Reference to Labor Conditions Chen, Ta 1967 Ch'eng-Wen Publishing Company
2007.066.193 Book An account of Chinese traditional law concerning the social life of the people: Family organization, succession and inheritance, marriage, landownership and tenure, and village and local administration. Based on the Da Qing Lu Li, General Code of Laws of the Qing Empire. Originally published in 1921. Chinese Family and Commercial Law Jamieson, George 1970 Vetch and Lee
2007.066.194 Book A book of common phrases based on frequently used characters derived from the Chinese vocabulary of the Yale University text-book Chinese Dialogs. Chinese Slang Wang, Dong-Ho 1971 Shwang-Dz-Sying Publishing House
2007.066.195 Book Four plays and 11 poems by well-known Chinese authors, in Chinese and with notes and vocabulary in English. Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature: Volume One: Plays and Poems Liu, Wu-chi and Tien-yi Li, eds 1964 Far Eastern Publications, Yale University
2007.066.196 Book Second-level text in Chinese characters for students perparing to read Chinese newspapers and magazines. Read About China Lee, Pao-ch'en 1967 Far Eastern Publications, Yale University
2007.066.197 Book English translations from the Shijing (or Book of Poetry, or Odes). First published in 1937. The Book of Songs: Translated from the Chinese Waley, Arthur, trans. 1960 Grove Press, Inc.
2007.066.198 Book Six papers on rural and urban conditions in Hong Kong in the late 1960s. The Changing Face of Hong Kong: Proceedings of a Week-end Symposium of the Royal Asiatic Society, Hong Kong Branch Dwyer, D. W., ed. 1971 The Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.199 Book A handbook for the general reader explaining the terms that would be encountered in English-language books on Chinese art. A Handbook of Chinese Art for Collectors and Students Medley, Margaret 1965 Horizon Press Publishers
2007.066.200 Book A translation of the Xiyou Bu, a 17th-century novel by a Buddhist monk and scholar, featuring characters from the famous novel Journey to the West (Xiyou Ji). The author's exploration of dreams is said to pre-date modern western dream theory by two and a half centuries. The Tower of Myriad Mirrors: A Supplement to Journey to the West Tung, Yueh; Shuen-fu Lin and Larry J. Schulz, trans. 1988 Asian Humanities Press
2007.066.201 Book An account of observations in late Qing China intended for the general reader, and of help to businessmen, politicians, travellers and others interested in conditions there. First published in 1898. China in Transformation Colquhoun, Archibald R. 1904 Harper & Brothers
2007.066.202 Book A classic account of the impact of geography and ecology on Chinese history and that of her neighbors on the north, west, and northwest. Originally published in 1940. Inner Asian Frontiers of China Lattimore, Owen 1962 Becon Press
2007.066.203 Book Eleven articles on local social history of the Pearl River Delta in South China. Down to Earth: The Territorial Bond in South China Faure, David and Helen F. Siu, eds 1995 Stanford University Press
2007.066.204 Book A cross-cultural study of opium smokers and nonsmokers in China and the West, with a focus on how each side perceived the other. The Fall of the God of Money: Opium Smoking in Nineteenth-Century China McMahon, Keith 2002 Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
2007.066.205 Book A study aid for using Ch'ing (Qing) Dynasty documents in research. Twenty-one documents, with vocabulary, notes, and explanations. Ch'ing Documents: an Introductory Syllabus - Volume 1, Introduction, Notes, and Appendices; Volume 2, Chinese Texts Fairbank, John K, Compiler 1965 East Asian Research Center, Harvard University
2007.066.206 Book This study focuses on James Legge (1815-1897), one of the most important 19th-century figures in the cultural exchange between China and the West. The narrative illuminates the era in which Legge lived as well as the surroundings in which he worked. The Victorian Translation of China: James Legge's Oriental Pilgrimage Giratdot, Norman J. 2002 University of California Press
2007.066.207 Book An illustrated study of "paper gods" common in houshold religion in China. This is a 1969 reprint of the 1940 original. Chinese Peasant Cults: Being a Study of Chinese Paper Gods Day, Clarence Burton 1969 Ch'eng Wen Publishing Company
2007.066.208 Book Eleven articles on recent Taiwanese history, with an introduction by the editor. Taiwan in Modern Times Sih, Paul K. T., ed. 1973 St John's University Press
2007.066.209 Book An account and analysis of a genre of writing called "zhiguai" ("accounts of anomalies"; recording "strange" enounters between humans and various denizens of the spirit-world, the miraculous feats of masters of esoteric arts, the wonders or exotic lands, and fragments of anciet mythology, published between the Han dynast (206 BCE) and the Sui dynasty (which ended in 618 CE). Strange Writing: Anomaly Accounts in Early Medieval China Campany, Robert Ford 1996 State University of New York Press
2007.066.210 Book A compendium of Chinese mythology, described by the author as a "Who's Who of the Chinese Otherworld." This is a 1961 reprint of the 1932 original. A Dictionary of Chinese Mythology Werner, E. T. C. 1961 The Julian Press
2007.066.211 Book A socio-cultural history of China up to its first unification under the Ch'in (Qin). This is a 1978 english translation of the La Chine Antique, originally published in 1927 and revised by the author in 1965. China in Antiquity Maspero, Henri; Frank A. Kierman, trans. 1978 University of Massachussetts Press
2007.066.212 Book A collection of 14 short stories from the Ming Dynasty. Vignettes from the Late Ming: A Hsiao-p'in Anthology Ye, Yang 1999 University of Washington Press
2007.066.213 Book An English translation of the "Pao-p'u tzu" (circa 320 CE) by Ko Hung Alchemy, Medicine, Religion in the China of AD 320: The "Nei P'ien" ("Pao-p'u tzu", Daoist text) of Ko Hung Hung, Ko; James R. Ware, trans. 1966 Massachussetts Institute of Technology Press
2007.066.214 Book Nineteen sources on opium in China in the 19th and 20th centuries drawn from selected memoirs, diplomatic reports, newspapers, and jounrals from the Qing dynasty, the Republic, and the People's Republic. Modern China and Opium: A Reader Baumler, Alan, ed. 2004 University of Michigan Press
2007.066.215 Book A description of the structure of the Qing dynasty imperial government, covering the emperor and the imperial court, metropolitan governemnt establishments, the various ministries (boards), the metropolitan prefecture and Manchuria, provincial administration, and the dependencies of China. This is an undated Taiwanese reprint of the 1912 original. Present Day Political Organization of China Brunnert, H. S. and V. V. Hagelstrom 1912 Kelly and Walsh
2007.066.216 Book Character text to accompany the text "Chinese Dialogues", published by Far Eastern Publications, Yale University. First published in 1958. Character Text for Chinese Dialogues Wang, Fred Fang-yu 1968 Far Eastern Publications, Yale University
2007.066.217 Book Notes and vocabulary to accompany the text "Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature, Volume II: Stories" published by Far Eastern Publications, Yale University .First Published in 1958. Notes to Readings in Contemporary Chinese Literature, Volume II: Stories Liu, Wu-chi and Grace Wan 1967 Far Eastern Publications, Yale University
2007.066.218 Book Chronicles the evolution of China's twentieth-centure anti-narcotics movement from its beginnings in 1906, through its successes in the early years of the People's Republic to its continuance today in the face of resurgent opium and heroin use. Anti-drug Crusades in Twentieth-century China: Nationalism, History, and State Building Zhou, Yongming 1999 Rowman and Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
2007.066.219 Book Twenty articles on aspects of Chinese culture in Chinese, with vocabulary and romanized text. Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture: An Intermediary Chinese Textbook Huang, Parker Po-fei; Richard I. Feng Chang; Howard H.Chao; Yen-chan Wang 1967 Yale University Press
2007.066.220 Book An exercise book to accompany the textbook "Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture: An Intermediary Chinese Textbook" published by Yale University Press Twenty Lectures on Chinese Culture: An Intermediary Chinese Textbook, Exercise Book Huang, Parker Po-fei; Richard I. Feng Chang; Howard H.Chao; Yen-chan Wang 1967 Yale University Press
2007.066.221 Book A three-volume course in literary (classical) Chinese. A First Course in Literary Chinese, 3 volumes Shadick, Harold and Ch'ao Chien 1968 Cornell University Press
2007.066.222 Book Four articles on social, economic, and political aspects of Taiwanese history. Taiwan: Studies in Chinese Local History Gordon, Leonard H. D., ed. 1970 Columbia University Press
2007.066.223 Book An introduction to Chinese poetry for English speakers. The Art of Chinese Poetry Liu, James J. Y. 1966 University of Chicago Press
2007.066.224 Book Three lectures delivered at the University of Londo in 1973 by a leading European sinologist. Political Theory and Administrative Reality in Traditional China Balazs, Etienne 1965 School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
2007.066.225 Book An historical and linguistic account of the Chinese languages. Chinese Norman, Jerry 1993 Cambridge University Press
2007.066.226 Book Contains a general description of the island, notices of church work based on Dutch documants, an account of the Chinese conquest of the island, and five appendices. This is a 1967 reprint of the 1903 original. Formosa Under the Dutch: Described from Contemporary Records with Explanatory Notes and a Bibliography of the Island Campbell, Wm. 1967 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.227 Book A collection of drawings and comments on Taiwanese life originally published in Taipei's China Post newspaper between 1957 and 1960. Formosan Vignette Kuo, Paul 1960 Hua-ming Books
2007.066.228 Book Profusely illustrated accounts of Imperial China's religions in the broadest sense from folk beliefs to Buddhism, Daoism, and state-sponsored Confucianism. Vol I: Superstitious practices (birth and childhood; betrothal and marriage; death and burial; petition-talismans (written charms) for the benefit of the dead; divers superstitions for the benefit of the dead). Vol II: Superstitious Practices (healing charms, lucky charms, petition-charms, etc.). Vol III: Superstitious Practices (principal elements: cosmic, mythological and symbolical employed in Chinese charms). Researches into Chinese Superstitions: vols I-III Dore, Henry; M. Kennelly, trans. 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.229 Book Profusely illustrated accounts of Imperial China's religions in the broadest sense from folk beliefs to Buddhism, Daoism, and state-sponsored Confucianism. Vol IV: Superstitious practices (fortune-telling, divination and omens, vain observances). Vol V: Superstitious practices (vain observances continued, some annual religious festivals and customs; animals, trees and plants endowed with marvellous powers). Researches into Chinese Superstitions: vols IV - V Dore, Henry; M. Donnelly, trans. 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.230 Book Profusely illustrated accounts of Imperial China's religions in the broadest sense from folk beliefs to Buddhism, Daoism, and state-sponsored Confucianism. Vol VI: The Chinese pantheon: the principal triads; gods principally worshipped by the literati; Buddhas, Bhodisattvas, and worthies of the Buddhist pantheon). Vol VII: The Chinese pantheon; Buddhas, Bhodisattvas, and worthies of the Buddhist pantheon (continued). Vol VIII: The Chinese pantheon; founders of Buddhist schools in China. Researches into Chinese Superstitions: vol. VI - VIII Dore, Henry; M. Kennelly 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.231 Book Profusely illustrated accounts of Imperial China's religions in the broadest sense from folk beliefs to Buddhism, Daoism, and state-sponsored Confucianism. Vol IX: The Chinese pantheon; Taoist personages (immortal gods, genii). Vol XI: The Chinese pantheon; Boards of Heavenly administration (boards of celestial government). Researches into Chinese Superstitions: vol IX - X Dore, Henry; D. J. Finn, trans. 1967 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.232 Book Profusely illustrated accounts of Imperial China's religions in the broadest sense from folk beliefs to Buddhism, Daoism, and state-sponsored Confucianism. Vol XIII: Popularization of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism in China; Confucius and Confucianism. Researches into Chinese Superstitions: vol XIII Dore, Henry; L.F. McGreal. trans. 1967 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Company
2007.066.233 Book A dual-language compilation of seven complete major works and many shorter pieces from the Confucian period through the Qing dynasty Readings in Chinese Literary Thought Owen, Stephen 1992 Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University
2007.066.234 Book A collection of five articles on popular Chinese religion in Hong Kong in the twentieth century, reprinted from the Journal of Oriental Studies, vol VII, No. 1, 1970 A Hong Kong Collection Potter, Jack M; James W. Hayes; Luke S.K.Wong; J. Steve Hoadley; Marjori Topley 1970 Hong Kong University Press
2007.066.235 Book Collected essays on the role of the scholar-official class; the structure of Chinese instituions; the character of commercial and industrial life; and the varieties of protest and dissent Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy: Variations on a Theme Balaze, Etienne; H.M. Wright, trans. 1964 Yale University Press
2007.066.236 Book An illustrated short account of Chinese opera covering history; actors; costumes, makeup and stage properties; movement and gestures; music and singing; the various traditional opera forms; and stories from Chinese operas. This is a 1968 Taiwan reprint of the 1966 original. Chinese Opera: A Short Guide Halson, Elizabeth 1968 Zhongyang Tushu Chuban She
2007.066.237 Book A history of the Chinese societies of the Qunqiu and Zhanguo periods, with special emphasis on social mobility. Ancient China in Transition: An Analysis of Social Mobility, 722-222 B.C. Hsu, Cho-yun (Xu Zhuoyun) 1965 Stanford University Press
2007.066.238 Book An anthropological analysis of the rural Taiwanese family in the twentieth century, from the woman's point of view Women and the Family in Rural Taiwan Wolf, Margery 1972 Stanford University Press
2007.066.239 Book An account of China, Taiwan, and Korea after the establishment of the People's Republic of China and the end of the Korean conflict Still the Rice Grows Green: Asia in the Aftermath of Geneva and Panmujom Caldwell, John C. 1955 Henry Regnery Company
2007.066.240 Book A collection of stories, reminiscences, poems, and essays by Lu Xun (1881-1936), one of China's foremost writers. Silent China: Selected Writings of Lu Xun Lu, Hsun 1973 Oxford University Press
2007.066.241 Book An account of the women's movement in China, 1900 to 1949, with special empahsis on the educated women's movement, the factory women's movement, and women peasants' movement. Fifty Years of Struggle: The Development of the Women's Movement in China (1900-1949) Siu, Bobby 1975 Revomen Publishing Company
2007.066.242 Book A report on China a few years after the establishment of the People's Republic. Daybread in China Davidson, Basil nd (1953) Jonathan Cape
2007.066.243 Book An anthropological study of a Rural Taiwanese Chinese family in the twentieth century. The House of Lim: A Study of a Chinese Farm Family Margery Wolf 1968 Meridith Corporation, Appleton-Century-Crofts
2007.066.244 Book The nature and extent of social mobility in China through the Ming and Qing dynasties. The Ladder of Success in Imperial China: Aspects of Social Mobility, 1368-1911 Ho, Ping-ti 1964 Columbia University Press
2007.066.245 Book Sixteen articles on the regional and local systems that states, corporations, and civic associations set up to profit from or suppress the opium trade in China. Opium Regimes: China, Britain, and Japan, 1839-1952 Brook, Timothy, and Bob Tadashi Wakabayashi 2000 University of California Press
2007.066.246 Book A description of life in Southern Song China just before the Mongol invasion of 1276, focused on the city of Hangzhou (the residence of Marco Polo 1276-1292). Daily Life in China on the Eve of the Mongol Invasion 1250-1276 Gernet, Jacques; H.M. Wright, trans. 1962 Stanford University Press
2007.066.247 Book An anthropologist's account of popular Chinese methods of determining destiny and character from physical aspects of the human body. Chinese Body Divination: Its Forms, Affinities, and Functions Lessa, William A 1968 United World
2007.066.248 Book A novel by one of China's pre-eminent writers (written in 1930 and published with the title Ziye). The novel focuses on how the Chinese industrialists, the working class, and the national capitalists reacted to foreign imperialism and the gathering recolutionary movements in China of the early twentieth century. Midnight Mao, Tun 1976 C and W Publishing Co.
2007.066.249 Book Illustrated account of China and the experiences of American Christian missionaries there in the early years of the twentieth century. With our Missionaries in China Anderson, Emma, et al 1920 Pacific Press Publishing Association
2007.066.250 Book A selection of political, military, and philosophical wrting of Mao Tse-tung (Mao Zedong). Mao Tse-tung: An Anthology of His Writings Mao Tse-tung; Anne Fremantle, ed. 1963 New American Library
2007.066.251 Book A collection of fifteen articles on Taiwanese society and culture from an anthropological perspective. The Anthropology of Taiwanese Society Ahern, Emily Martin and Gates, Hill, editors 1981 Stanford University Press
2007.066.252 Book A collection of eleven articles on Chinese traditional science and its history, including a bibliography of books and articles on traditional Chinese science in western langauges. Chinese Science: Explorations of an Ancient Tradition Nakayama, Shigeru, and Sivin, Nathan, editors 1973 MIT Press
2007.066.253 Book An account of mathematics in Song dynasty China, with special reference to the Shu-shu chiu-chang of Ch'in Chiu-shao (the Shushu Jiuzhang of Qin Jiushao; Mathematical Treatise in Nine Sections), completed in 1247. Chinese Mathematics in the Thirteenth Century: The Shu-shu chiu-chang of Ch'in Chiu-shao Libbrecht, Ulrich 1973 MIT Press
2007.066.254 Book The author explores the concept of li (the center of life for a warrior in the feudal period as well as the crystalization of the concept of civil rule among pre-Qin Confucial saholars) as the central theme in the cultural history of ancient China. Li: Rites and Propriety in Literature and Life; A Perspective for a Cultural History of Ancient China Fehl, Noah Edward 1971 Chinese University of Hong Kong
2007.066.255 Book A comprehensive overview of the nature and history of the Japanese language, covering the historical and geographical setting; genetic relationships; writing systems; dialects; phonology; loanwords; special and notable utterences; and grammar and syntax. The Japanese Language Miller, Roy Andrew 1967 University of Chicago Press
2007.066.256 Book Twenty-four lessons based on everyday conversational situations, intended for secend- semester students of the Chinese language. Chinese Dialogues Wang, Fred Fang-yu; Fenn, Henry C and Lee, Pao-ch'en, editors 1965 Yale University
2007.066.257 Book The Chinese revolution examined in the context of the history and nature of Chinese political culture. Mao's Revolution and the Chinese Political Culture Solomon, Richard H. 1971 University of California Press
2007.066.258 Book A comprehensive analysis by a leading Chinese linguist of spoken standard Chinese ("mandarin", or Putonghua) covering the sentence; word and morpheme; morphological types; syntactical types; compounds; and parts of speech. A Grammar of Spoken Chinese Chao, Yuen Ren 1968 University of California Press
2007.066.259 Book A survey of the legal aspects of traditional Chinese social structure, covering family and clan; marriage; social classes; magic and the law; and the confucian school and the legalist school. Law and Society in Traditional China Ch'u, T'ung-tsu 1961 Mouton & Co
2007.066.260 Book A profusely illustrated account of the traditional Chinese religious system, broadly defined. Topics covered include disposal of the dead (funeral rites, ideas of resurrection, the grave) and the soul and ancestral worship (the soul in philosophy and folk-conception, demonology, sorcery, the war against spectres, and the priesthood of animism). Many extracts from books and other documents are presented in the original Chinese and in English translation (This is a 1969 Taiwan reprint of the 1892-1910 original published by EJ Brill. Leyden). The Religious System of China, in Ancient Forms, Evolution, History and Present Aspect, Manners, Custom and Social Institutions Connected Therewith De Groot, JJM 1969 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.261 Book A detailed sociological account of life in a village in Northern Guandong Province in the early years of the 20th century. Country Life in South China: The Sociology of Familism Volume I Phenix Village, Kwangtung, China Kulp, Daniel Harrison 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.262 Book A social, political, and cultural survey of China from its remote past to the present day....from ancient dynasties to communism. The Changing Society of China Chai, Ch'u and Chai, Winberg 1962 New American Library
2007.066.263 Book Strange Customa in China Peng, Yunghai 1970 Peng Yunghai
2007.066.264 Book A classic account of the social life of the Chinese in the late Qing dynasty. This is a 1966 Taiwanese reprint of the 1865 original published by Harper & Brothers. New York. Social Life of the Chinese: With Some Account of their Religious, Governmental, Educational, and Business Customs and Opinions. With Special but not Exclusive Reference to Fuhchau. Volume I Doolittle, Justus 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.265 Book Well-regarded brief account of the history of Chinese Buddhism. Buddhism in Chinese History Wright, Arthur F. 1965 Atheneum
2007.066.266 Book A translation of the Daode Jing attributed to Laozi. The Way of Life: Lao Tzu: A New Translation of the Tao Te Ching Lao Tzu, translation and introduction by R.B. Blakney 1958 Mentor
2007.066.267 Book An account of student life in China, Japan, and India in the early years of the 20th century, with a special focus on Christian education. The Students of Asia Eddy, Sherwood 1916 Student Volunteer Movement for Foreign Missions
2007.066.268 Book Covers three aspects of Chinese astology: Its foundation in Chinese astronomical observation; its historical development; and the method of interpreting portents. Includes actual horoscopes from different periods. The Complete Guide to Chinese Astrology: The Most Comprehensive Study of the Subject Ever Published in the English Language Walters, Derek 2005 Watkins Publishing
2007.066.269 Book A portrait of life along the "silk road" trade route through Central Asia from the eighth through the tenth centuries. Life Along the Silk Road Whitfield, Susan 1999 University of California Press
2007.066.270 Book Eyewitness accounts of events in the period of the fall of the Ming dynasty and the conquest of China by the Qing, from writings of Chinese and Europeans, missionaries and vicroys, artists and merchants, Ming loyalists and Qing collaborators, maidservant and eunuchs. Translated, introduced, and annotated by an historian of the Ming dynasty. Voices from the Ming-Qing Cataclysm: China in Tigers' Jaws Struve, Lynn, editor and translator 1993 Yale University Press
2007.066.271 Book An account of the monetary system in late Qing China including the "cash" sector, the silver sector, the banking system, and the role of the monetary system in economic development. Also treats the problems of translating such terms as "cash," "tael," "ch'ien," and "Spanish dollar." Money and Monetary Policy in China 1845-1895 King, Frank H. H. 1965 Harvard University Press
2007.066.272 Book An annotated list of official positions in the late Qing system of government (including central, provincial, and military officials; hereditary ranks; Buddhist and Taoist officials; and official positions in Mongolia, Turkestan, Tibet and the Tibetan Lamaist hierarchy). This is a 1970 reprint of the 1897 original published by Kelly and Walsh and by Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co. The Chinese Government: A Manual of Chinese Titles, Categorically Arranged and Explained, with an Appendix Mayers, William Frederick 1970 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.273 Book A collection of original documents tranlated from the Chinese and material from Western sources on the role and impact of traditional secret societies in the political and social life of modern China from the Opium war to the establishment of the People's Republic in 1949. Secret Societies in China in the 19th and 20th Centuries Chesneaux, Jean 1971 Heinemann Educaional Books (Asia) Ltd
2007.066.274 Book A selection of 57 poems, including the original Chinese, annotations, and translations into English. The Heart of Chinese Poetry Whincup, Greg 1987 Anchor Books, Doubleday
2007.066.275 Book A philosopher's description of Chinese mentality, based on a series of eight broadcast lectures by the author in Nanking during the Spring of 1937, on the eve of the Japanese invasion. The Chinese View of Life: The Philosophy of Comprehensive Harmony Fang, Thome H. 1957 Union Press
2007.066.276 Book A philosopher's discussion of the Confucian and Daoist concepts of human nature in Zhou China. The Concept of Man in Early China Munro, Donald J. 1969 Stanford University Press
2007.066.277 Book A social and political history of China up to and including the Han dynasty. This is an undated Taiwanese reprint; no information on translator, publisher, or publication date of the original book. Chinese Civilization Granet, Marcel nd
2007.066.278 Book A translation and annotation of a seventeenth century collection of erotic stories. Monks and Nuns in a Sea of Sins Yang, Richard F. S., and Howard S.Levy, translators and annotators 1971 Warm-soft Village Press
2007.066.279 Book A history of Qing dynasty intellectual history by a leading intellectual and official of the Republican period. This is a 1970 reprint of the original published by Harvard University Press in 1959. Intellectual Trends in the Ch'ing Period (Ch'ing-tai hsueh-shu kai-lun), Translation and introduction by Immanuel C. Y. Hsu Liang Ch'i-ch'ao 1970 Zhongshan Shuju
2007.066.280 Book A collection of 14 articles on political elites in China from the 1930s to 1969. Elites in the People's Republic of China Scalapino, Robert A., editor (who also wrote the introduction) 1972 University of Washington Press
2007.066.281 Journal Vol. 10, 1970 A collection of 16 items on aspects of Chinese social, political, cultural, and natural history with a focus on Hong Kong. Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.282 Book Bilingual text of the Daode Jing, with annotations. The Saying of Laozi: Tao Te Ching: A New Translation by R. B. Blakney Laozi, translation by R. B. Blakney 1970 Confucius Publishing Co.
2007.066.283 Book A sociologist's account of 42 guilds (social/economic/occupational/regional/religious organizations) in early twentieth-entury Beijing. This is a 1966 Taiwanese reprint of the 1928 original published by Columbia University Press. The Guilds of Peking Burgess, John Stewart 1966 Ch'eng-wen Publishing Co.
2007.066.284 Book Over 300 popular saying in standard Chinese, and over 100 in Cantonese, all tranlated, with some annotations. More Chinese Sayings with some Cantonese Expressions Lai, T. C., translator and annotator Swindon Book Co.
2007.066.285 Book A novel set in early twentieth-century China. The Bitter Tea of General Yen Stone, Grace Zaring 1930 Bobbs-Merrill Co.
2007.066.286 Book An anthropological account of a farming village in Taiwan in the 1970s. Upper Camp: A Study of a Mixed-cropping Village in Taiwan Chen, Chung-min 1977 Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica
2007.066.287 Book About 8,000 entries covering common terms of the basic theories in Chinese medicine and appendices on the names of items in the common Chinese materia medica, moxibustion and acupuncture. Chinese-English Glossary of Common Terms in Traditional Chinese Medicine Guangzhou Institute of Chinese Medicine Compilation Group 1982 Joint Publishing Company
2007.066.288 Book A selection of poems by Mao Tse-tung including the Chinese originals and English translations. The Poems of Mao Tse-tung Mao Tse-tung; Barnstone, Willis translator 1972 Bantam Books
2007.066.299 Book An account of life in a Chinese village in the 1960s. China: The Revolution Continued Myrdal, Jan and Gessle, Gun; translated by Paul Britten Austin 1970 Penguin Books
2007.066.300 Book Aguide to using the Guoyu Cidian, a major Chinese dictionary. A Guide to using the Gwoyeu Tsyrdean Wan, Grace 1970 Chinese Materials and Research Aids Service Center
2007.066.301 Book The original Chinese, a translation into English, and a discussion of the Platform Sutra (Tanjing) of Hui Neng, the 8th-century sixth patriarch of the Chinese Chan (Zen) Buddhist tradition, based on a manuscript copied down sometime between 830 and 860 and found at Dunhuang (Tun-huang) in the early twentieth century. The Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch: The Text of the Tun-huang Manuscript, Translated, with Notes Hui Neng; Yampolsky, Philip B, translator and annotator 1967 Columbia University Press
2007.066.302 Book Chinese and English translations, from an unspecified language, of a short work in two parts. The first touches on early Muslim life in China and highlights the fact that Muslims underwent a process of cross-cultural adaptation in the host environment from the Yuan period onward. It also discusses the 1759 conquest of the central Asian region of Xinjiang, which brought a large population of Turkic Muslims under the control of the Qing Empire. The second part discusses the twentieth century and dissects the ten Muslim nationalities recognized the the People's Republic of China. The Other Middle Kingdom: A Brief History of Muslims in China Betta, Chiara; translated by Phylis Lan Lin and Cheng Fang 2004 University of Indianapolis Press
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