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2007.066.437 Book A survey of ethnic/racial groups in Chinese history, in two volumes. Originally published in 1939. Zhongguo Minzushi Lin Huixiang 1967 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.438 Book The Hundred Surnames and the Thousand Character Classic each rendered with romanized phonetic renditions of Mandarin, Cantonese, and Min-nan pronunciations. With an appendix of the names of world nations in Chinese and English. Baijiaxing Qianziwen 1971 Shijie Chubanshe
2007.066.439 Book A table of Kanji used in the Japanese language, with Mandarin and Japanese pronunciations of each (arranged alphabetically by Mandarin pronunciation). Three appendices: Kanji used in Japanese names; Kanji used for their meanings regardless of their pronumciation (jukujikun); and an index of Kanji by stroke number and radical. Riben Dangyong Hanzibiao Deng Baoshan 1974 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.440 Book Mid-19th century English pronunciaton guide, probably from Canton, to aid Cantonese-speaking Chinese workers in commerce and domestic service to speak and understand English phrases. The The English phrases are given in cursive handwriting; meanings are glossed in Chinese characters, and other characters are given, that in Cantonese pronunciation approximate the English pronunciation.
2007.066.441 Book A collection of ten articles on traditional social concepts in mid-20th century Hong Kong. Illustrated. Some Traditional Chinese Ideas and Conceptions in Hong Kong Social Life Today 1966 Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.442 Book An account of the social and political roles of kaifong associations (neighborhood associations) in mid-twentieth century Hong Kong. The Kaifong Associations and the Society of Hong Kong Wong, Aline K. 1972 Orient Cultural Service
2007.066.443 Book Nine chapters on various aspects of marriage in ancient china Originally published in 1927. Zhongguo Gudai Hunyinshi Chen Guyuan 1964 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.444 Book This is a collection of 46 writings by Hong Xiuquan (1814-1864), a leader of the Taiping Rebellion. The pieces included were written between 1837 and 1864. There are two appendices; a description of the Taiping land system, and a chronology of the Taiping Rebellion. Hong Xiuquan Xuanji Hong Xiuquan 1976 Zhonghua Shuju
2007.066.445 Book Current Chinese phrases, arranged alphabetically by Pinyin pronunciation, with English translations. Six appendices: Important Chinese placenames; names and capitals of world nations; Chinese government titles; names of legislative bodies worldwide; impotant international press agencies; titles of heads of state worldwide; the names of important national press agencies around the world; the names of international governmental agencies; and english equivalents of Chinese terms used in various sports. An index by radicals is also provided. Han -Ying Shishi Yongyu Cihui Shangwu Yinshuguan Xianggang Fenguan 1974 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.446 Book An account of the large quasi-feudal estates maintained by the nobility in the Ming dynasty. Topics covered include: Social recovery and development in the early Ming; the nature and types of noble estates; the establishment and expansion ot the estates; their organization, and the land rents collected by them; and the influence of the estates on Ming dynasty society. Seven tables of statistical information on estates are appended, as is a list of the major sources used in the study. Mingdai de Guizu Zhuangtian Jiang Xiaoyu 1969 Jiaxin Shuini Gongsi Wenhua Jijinhui
2007.066.447 Book An account of the Chinese seafarer Zheng He (1368-1644), the voyages that took him as far as the Arabian Sea, and his links with the Islamic world. This is a translation into Chinese of a work originally written in Japanese by Terada Takanobu (1931-). Zheng He -- Lianjie Zhongguo yu Yisilan Shijie de Hanghaijia Terada, Takanobu; Zhuang Jinghui, translator 1988 Haiyang Chubanshe
2007.066.448 Book A history of Qing dynasty currency and finance, covering the circulation of currency under feudalism; the rise and fall of financial intitutions under feudalism; fluctuations in the value of silver currency and its origins, consequences, and responses; the encroachment of foreign financial power; the development of the tendency to precious-metal currency; problems in the Chinese currency system during the period of imperialist encroachment; and Chinese banking enterprises during the imperialist period. Qingdai Huobi Jinrong Shigao Yang Duanliu 1977 Guangjiaojing Chubanshe
2007.066.449 Book A collection of three hundred poems from the Tang dynasty. Tangshi Sanbaishou Wang, Zhao 1992 Starite Book Co.
2007.066.450 Book A collection of 25 essays on the legacy of Jiang Jieshi (Chiang Kai-shek) published shortly after his death. Lun Jiang Jieshi de shengqian Sihou Zhu, Yangmin et al. 1975 Qishiniandai Zazhishe
2007.066.451 Book A collection of 26 essays about Seattle and other North American points of interest, the result of a visit in 1970, by Liang Shiqiu [Liang Shih-ch'iu] (1903 - 1987), "a renowned educator, writer, translator, literary theorist and lexicographer" (Wikipedia). Xiyatu Zaji Liang, Shiqiu 1985 Far East Book Company
2007.066.452 Book A dictionary of new terms in the Chinese language added in the latter part of the 20th century. Xiandai Hanyu Xin Ciyu Cidian 1978-2000 Lin, Lunlun; Zhu,Yongkai; Gu, Xiangxin; editors 2000 Huacheng Chubanshe
2007.066.453 Book A guide to using Chinese-language reference books, archives, and internet resources. Ruhe Liyong Zhongwen Cankao Ziyuan: Gongzhushu, Ziliaoku ji Wangluo Ziyuan Wu, Yuai editor 1997 Wenhua Tushuguan Guanli Zixun Gufen Youxian Gongsi
2007.066.454 Book Originally published in 1937, this book covers the scope of marriage; monogamy, polyandry, and polygyny; the methods of conducting a marriage; the establishment of marriage; the legal effect of marriage; and divorce. Zhongguo Hunyin Shi Chen Guyuan 1971 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.455 Book A survey of child-rearing customs through Chinese history. Illustrated. Zhongguo Shengyu Lisu Kao Guo, Licheng 1971 Wen Shi Zhe Chubanshe
2007.066.456 Book A history of America's involvement in China. Chapter titles include: 130 years' history of American imperialism in China; the suppression of the Chinese people's anti-imperialistic revolutionary movements; following the road of unilateral invasion of China; discovering a new running dog of the China invaders -- Chiang Kai-shek; undermining the Chinese people's great anti-Japanese war; aiding Chiang Kai-shek incite civil war; the outrages of American troops in China; damaging and encroaching upon the new China; and the approaching complete burial of American imperialism. Meidi Qinhua Shilu Nan, Sui editor 1971 Xianggang Chaoyang Chubanshe
2007.066.457 Book Reminiscences of Chiang Kai-shek by General Feng Yuxiang (1882-1948), "a warlord during Republican China. He was also known as the Christian General, being a convert to Methodism; or the Betraying General for having changed side during the Second Zhili?Fengtian War in 1924" (Wikipedia). Feng become one of Chiang's "sworn brothers" in 1928, but later became critical of him and his government. Wo Suo Renshi de Jiang Jieshi Feng, Yuxiang 1975 Qishiniandai Zazhishe
2007.066.458 Book A compilation of the "Six Codes" which refers to the six main legal codes that make up the main body of law in Taiwan (Republic Of China): the Constitution; the Civil Code; the Code of Civil Procedures; the Criminal Code; the Code of Criminal Procedures; and the Administrative laws. Zuixin Liufa Quanshu Zhang, Zhiben, editor 1970 Dazhongguo Tushu Youxian Gongsi
2007.066.459 Book A collection of 217 short essays on fengshui aspects of locations and geographical features in Hong Kong (including Hong Kong Island and the New Territories). Xianggang Fengshui Mantan Zeng Zinan 1975 Zhongguo Kanyu Xuehui
2007.066.460 Book A collection of examples of "grass" (cursive) characters taken from the works of over 85 well-known calligraphers from the Han dynasty to the Ming. Originally published in the Qianlong period (1735-1796) of the Qing dynasty. Cao Zi Hui Shi, Liang, editor 1972 Zhonghua Shuju, Xianggang Fenju
2007.066.461 Book The first comprehensive history of the island of Taiwan, first published in 1920. Taiwan Tongshi Lian, Heng 1955 Zhonghua Congshu Weiyuanhui
2007.066.462 Book A history of America's involvement with Taiwan from the first visit of an American ship in 1784 to the Japanese occupation of the island in 1895. Meiguo yu Taiwan: 1784-1895 Huang, Jiamo 1966 Zhongyang Yanjiuyuan Jindaishi Yanjiusuo
2007.066.463 Book An account of daoism [taoism], Confucianism, and "realism" ("legalism) in fourth century B.C. China. Three Ways of Thought in Ancient China Waley, Arthur 1956 Doubleday
2007.066.464 Book Shen, Fu (1763-ca. 1808) "wrote one of the best known descriptions of everyday life during the Ch'ing Dynasty, entitled Six Records of a Floating Life. In this text, Shen Fu describes the gentle personality of his wife, Chen Yun, and his love for her. He also chronicles the rejection of Chen Yun by his parents and her untimely death. Shen Fu was a government clerk, a "yamen" private secretary. More broadly, he also seems to have been a painter and an occasional trader or businessman, although he failed at these attempts" (Wikipedia). Six Records of a Floating Life Shen, Fu; Pratt, Leonard, and Chiang, Su-hui, translators 1983 Penguin
2007.066.465 Book A phrasebook for the Thai language, including a two-wau dictionary, tips on etiquette and protocol, and a food section. Thai script and pronunciation are used throughout. Thai Phrasebook Cummings, Joe 1999 Lonely Planet Publications
2007.066.466 Book "In Ch'u, southernmost of the ancient Chinese kingdoms, an oral literature of shamanistic songs and chants was developed by secular poets of the third century B.C. into a strange and beautiful allegorical poetry in which magic, mythology and politics curiously intermingle. The Ch'u Tz'u anthology, dating from the second century A.D., is an early selection of works by the Ch'u poets and some of their later imitators" (from the back cover). Originally published in 1959. Ch'u Tz'u: The Songs of the South: An Ancient Chinese Anthrology Hawkes, David 1962 Beacon Press
2007.066.467 Book A translation of Lao Tzu's [Laozi] Tao Te Ching [Daodejing], "The Way and its Power". In the introduction, "Dr. Waley gives a long, scholarly account of Chinese thought down to the end of the third vcentury B.C....showing the original, lofty conception of Taoism before its gradual corruption through the course of centuries..." (from the back cover). The Way and Its Power: A Study of the Tao Te Ching and Its Place in Chinese Thought Waley, Arthur 1977 Grove Press, Inc.
2007.066.468 Book A collection of twenty short stories from late twentieth-century China, in English translations. Chairman Mao Would not be Amused: Fiction from Today's China various; Goldblatt, Howard, editor Grove Press
2007.066.469 Book A glossary of political phrases current in mid-twentieth-century People's Republic of China. Glossary of Chinese Political Phrases Lau, Yee-fui; Ho, Wan-yee; Yeung, Sai-cheung; Ma, Nancy et al, editors 1977 Union Research Institute
2007.066.470 Book A novel set in 1950's Taiwan, providing "a glimpse of the tragic plight of the Formosans...,caught bewtween the menace of invasion from the mainland and the difficulties imposed by an alien occupation" (from the dust jacket). A Pail of Oysters Sneider, Vern 1953 G.P. Putnam's Sons
2007.066.471 Book "The 1911 Revolution in China was a crucial event in the coutry's struggle to find a new political system, modernize its society and economy, and achieve a new world role. Mary Rankin demonstrates that the 1911 radicals bridged the gap between old-style scholar-rebels and twentieth-century revolutionaries, clearly foreshadowing both the left wing of the republican period and the Communist leaders" (from the back cover). Early Chinese Revolutionaries: Radical Intellectuals in Shanghai and Chekiang, 1902-1911 Rankin, Mary Backus 1971 Harvard University Press
2007.066.472 Book A socio-economic study of New York City's Chinatown. Chinatown: Economic Adaptation and Ethnic Identity of the Chinese Wong, Bernard P 1982 Holt, Rinehart and Winston
2007.066.473 Journal Vol. 8, 1968 A collection of 18 items including articles, reviews, and notes and queries, about Hong Kong (including the New Territories). Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.474 Book A "treatment of the three major problems facing traditional China as it grappled with the twentieth century: the problem of intellectual continuity, the problem of the tension between the monarchy and the bureaucracy, and the problem of conflicting assessments of what was historically significant" -- from the back cover. Confucian China and its Modern Fate: A Trilogy Levenson, Joseph R 1968 University of California Press
2007.066.475 Book An "analysis based on medical and lay texts such as handbooks, marriage guides and introductions to physiology and sexual hygiene. The epilogue demonstrates how the sexual identities invented early this [twentieth] century are still in place in China today" -- from the dust jacket. Sex, Culture and Modernity in China Dikotter, Frank 1995 University of Hawaii Press
2007.066.476 Book Twenty-nine articles and book reviews by George A. Kennedy, "a lifelong sinologist who knew not only something about everything Chinese, but also practically everything about something, that is Chinese linguistics" -- from the editor's preface. Selected Works of George A. Kennedy Kennedy, George A; Li, Tien-yi, editor 1964 Far Eastern Publications Yale University
2007.066.477 Book Accounts of 28 major disasters in China in the twentieth century; from the 1910-1911 Yangzi floods to the 1999 Taiwanese earthquake. Illustrated. Ershi Shiji Zhongguo Zaibian Tushi Xia, Mingfang and Kang Peizhu, editors 2001 Fujian Jiaoyu Chubanshe
2007.066.478 Book An English translation of "one of thirty detailed sections of a voluminous medical treatise called The Essence of Medical Prescriptions (Ishimpo). These sections were grouped by topic by Tamba Yasuyori, a Chinese physician living in Japan in the tenth century" -- from "History of the Text". The 28th section, translated here, is devoted to the "bedroom arts." Tao of sex: An Annotated Translation of the Twenty-eighth Section of the Essence of Medical Prescriptions (Ishimpo) Ishihara, Akira; Levy, Howard S; Takata, Shojiro, illustrator 1969 Howard S Levy and Akira Ishihara
2007.066.479 Book "...a detailed sociological analysis of the whole complex of legal and quasi-legal institutions during the Manchu period. Using a wide range of source material, Mrs. van der Sprenkel discussses both the concepts underlying and the actual working of government and administration in Manchu [Qing dynasty] China, the nature of the law, judicial procedure, and, finally, the effectiveness of the law in supporting social order" -- from the back cover. Legal Institutions of Manchu China: A Sociological Analysis van der Sprenkel, Sybille 1966 University of London Athlone Press
2007.066.480 Book "Albert Smith, humorist, novelist, playwright, friend of Dickens and Barnum, was one of the great entertainers of the Victorian age and one of its most popular comic authors. Today Albert Smith's writings are no longer read, his books out of print,...But the little diary he published about his journey to China is still highly readable -- fresh, nicely observed, funny, a level-headed account of a country and people most Europeans once found very strange..." -- from the Introduction. Originally published in 1859. To China and Back: Being a Diarty Kept Out and Home Smith, Albert; Lethbridge, Henry James, introduction 1974 Hong Kong University Press
2007.066.481 Book A translation of Di Gong An, a novel published anonymously in the eighteenth century but set in the Tang dynasty (618-907), featuring the cases confronted by a magistrate. This translation was originally privately published in Tokyo in 1949. Celebrated Cases of Judge Dee (Dee Goong An): An Authentic Eighteenth-century Chinese Detective Novel Anonymous; van Gulik, Robert, translator 1976 Dover Publications
2007.066.482 Book "This classic combination of picaresque novel and folk epic, which mixes satire, allegory and history into a rollicking tale, is probably the most popular book in the history of the Far East. It is the story of the roguish Monkey and his encounters with major and minor spirits, gods, demons, ogres, monsters and fairies. The present translation is the first accurate English version, making available to the Western reader a faithful reproduction of the spirit and meaning of the original" -- from the back cover. The original was published in the Ming dynasty by Wu Cheng'en (1505?-1580?). Monkey Wu, Ch'eng-en 1958 Grove Press, Inc.
2007.066.483 Book "These are ten stories about women in love. The love stories were taken from a Chinese compilation called The Collection of Feminine Fragrance, published a few years before the 1911 revolution" -- from the introduction. The Collection of Feminine Fragrance is a sex encyclopedia of 335 subjects compiled by Zhang Tinghua (alias Zhichong Tianzi) of the late Qing era. The Illusory Flame: Translations from the Chinese Zhang Tinghua; Levy, Howard S, translator 1962 Howard S Levy
2007.066.484 Book "Mr. Wang has taken a well-known Chinese folktale and retold it within the rather tight limitaions of 300 characters. His purpose is to provide a piece of supplementary reading to be used in conjuction with Read Chinese Book I [Yale University Press]..." -- from the foreword. The Lady in the Painting Wang, Fang-yu; Chen, Luke, illustrator 1965 Institute of Far Eastern Languages, Yale University
2007.066.485 Book A collection of nine pieces on the life and works of Jiang Jingguo [Chiang Ching-kuo] (the son of Jiang Jieshi [Chiang Kai-shek]). Lun Jiang Jingguo he ta de Zhuzuo Jiang Nan et al 1976 Qishi Niandai Zazhishe
2007.066.486 Book Originally published in 1937, this is a history of Chinese emigration from the earliest times to the early twentieth century. Zhongguo Zhimin Shi Li, Zhangfu 1966 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.487 Book Written in 1925, this is a survey of drama in the Yuan, Ming, and Qing dynasties. Zhongguo Xiqu Gailun Wu, Mei; Chen Naiqian, editor 1976 Taiping Shuju
2007.066.488 Book A listing of historical figures in Chinese history from Confucius to some in the early twentieth century, arranged by date of birth. Also included: Alternate names; place of origin; age at death; dates of death and birth in traditional and western calendars, and historical notes.. Lidai Renwu Nianli Beizhuan Zongbiao Jiang Liangfu, Tao Qiuying, editors 1976 Zhonghua Shuju Xianggang Fenju
2007.066.489 Book An account of the origins and development of agriculture in the loess area of China. Part 1: the ancient natural environment in the loess area. Part 2: The vegetational cover in the loess area according to ancient written records. Part 3: The origins of Chinese agriculture. Huangtu yu Zhongguo Nongye de Qiyuan He Bingdi 1969 Xianggang Zhongwen Daxue
2007.066.490 Book An account of the traditional study of the history of the sound structure of the Chinese language. Zhongguo Shengyunxue Pan Zhonggui, Chen 1981 Dongda Tushuguan Youxian Gongsi
2007.066.491 Book A survey of the Han ethnic group in China, covering the concept of the Han ethnic group; the origins of the Han; the nature of the Han; the composition of the Han group; the foundations of the Han; the personality of the Han; and the overseas activitities of the Han. Hanminzu de Yanjiu Wu Zhuhui 1968 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.492 Book A survey of the political economy of Fujian Province in the early 20th century. Chapters deal with the most recent survey of economic geography; the history and development of Fujian's political economy; the provincial government's annual income; annual expenditures; income and expenditures by county; the accounting system; the provincial debt; the currency system and finance; and suggestions for reform of the political economy. With an appendix of 38 government documents relating to Fujian's political economy and a list of references consulted. Fujian Caizheng Shigang Wang Xiaoquan 1935-1936 Yuandong Yinshuguan
2007.066.493 Book Topics in Taiwanese Chinese folk religion. Chapters cover the "Jiao [chiao]" ritual; religious vegetarianism; the "Jiao [Chiao]" ritual in Shulin, Taibei County, Taiwan; the "Jiao [Chiao]" ritual in Zhongli [Chung-li] in Taoyuan County, a discussion of beliefs associated with rice; and the "calling of the soul" ritual in Lushan Daoism. Zhongguo Minjian Xinyang Lunji Liu Zhiwan 1974 Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica
2007.066.494 Book This is a primer on classical Chinese as used in traditional medical texts. Part 1, "Selected Texts", presents 40 works and excerpts from the history of Chinese traditional medicine, with introductions and annotations. Part 2, "Basic Information on Classical Chinese" contains six chapters: 1. Chinese characters; 2. Lexical meanings; 3. Grammar; 4. Syntax of ancient texts; 5. Examples of annotations in ancient texts; and 6. A general introduction to reference works. There is also an appendix containing a glossary of 386 commonly encountered terms. Yi Guwen (Zhongyi Zhuanye Yong) Shanghai Zhonyi Xueyuan Zhejiang Zhongyi Xueyuan, editors 1981 Shanghai Kexue Jishu Chubanshe
2007.066.495 Book Proceedings of a symposium held in 1978 on youth problems in changing Taiwanese society. Twenty-eight papers were presented addressing the following topics: 1. Problem behaviors among school students; 2. Youth problems in the factory and society; 3. Juvenile offenders and at-risk behaviors; 4. Practical measures for juvenile crime; 5.Tactics for counseling for youth problems. Also included are discussions, criticisms, and summaries. Shehui Bianqianzhong de Qingshaonian Wenti: Yantaohui Lunwen Zhuanji Wen Chongyi, Li Yiyuan, Yang Guoshu, editors 1978 Zhongyang Yanjiuyuan Minzu Yanjiuso
2007.066.496 Book This clan genealogy traces the origins of the Song clan to the Zhou dynasty. It is illustrated with photographs and contains many tables and genealogical charts. The coverage of the later generations focuses on Taiwan. Songshi Zupu Song Danyuan, Song Tinghua, editors 1973 Songshi Zupu Bianxiu Weiyuanhui
2007.066.497 Book An account of compensatory efforts to aid children in the Republic of China (Taiwan) affected by thalidomide. Zhonghuaminguo 'Shalidoumaidu' Zhanghai Ertong Buchang Shijian Jilu Su Dengji, Li Meilan, editors 1978 Zhonghuaminguo 'Shalidoumaidu' Ertong Fuli Weiyuanhui
2007.066.498 Book "In this book, Miao Kecheng looks at the history and development of physics in ancient China and the Modern Western world. He examines the most valuable thinking and achievements in physics in ancient China including the evolution of ancient Chinese physics, metrology, mechanics, acoustics, electronics, magnetics, and optics. He also studies Modern Western classical mechanics, thermodynamics, electronics, magnetics, optics, and kinetic molecular theory" -- from the back cover. A Selected History of Science: The History and Development of Physics in Ancient China and the Modern Western World Miao Kecheng 2000 Excel Press
2007.066.499 Book This is a well-known novel, often translated into English as "Midnight" by Mao Dun (Mao Tun; pen-name of Shen Dehong 1896-1981). "a 20th century Chinese novelist, cultural critic, and journalist. He was also the Minister of Culture of China from 1949 to 1965. He is currently renowned as one of the best realist novelists in the history of modern China. His most famous works are Midnight, a grand novel depicting life in cosmopolitan Shanghai, and Spring Silkworms. He also wrote many short stories" -- from Wikipedia. Ziye Mao Dun 1977 Nanguo Chubanshe
2007.066.500 Book This is a collection of 12 articles by various authors on aspects of the Chinese personality from a social-science point of view, with an intruduction, and a bibliography of related works in Chinese and in western languages. Symposium on the Character of the Chinese: An Interdisciplinary Approach Li, Yih-yuan; Yang, Kuo-shu, editors 1972 Zhongyang Yanjiuyuan Minzuxue Yanjiusuo
2007.066.501 Book This is a genealogy of the branch of the Chen clan from Waihai, in Jiangmen City, Guangdong Province. This brranch of the Chen clan has roots in the Xinhui (Sanwui) area of Guangdong (whence came many Chinese immigrants to the US and Canada), in Putian in Fujian Province, and in Taiwan. Xinjiaozheng Chenshi Zupu Chen Changyu 1962 np
2007.066.502 Book This dictionary of terms used in traditional Chinese medicine is organized into 12 topics: 1. Yin, yang, and the 'five elements'; 2. Internal organs; 3. 'Meridians' and accupuncture points; 4. The origins and pathology of illness; 5.Diagnostic methods; 6. Rules of treatment and herbal prescriptions; 7. Accupuncture and moxibustion therapies; 8. 'Internal' pediatric symptoms; 9. Gynecologic symptoms; 10. Trauma; 11. Eye, ear, nose, and throat symptoms; and 12. The history of Chinese medicine. There are appendicies on commonly-used single-character terms in Chinese medicine; a short bibliography of Chinese medicine; diagrams showing terms for the parts of the human body; and a table of equivalences of ancient and modern weights and measures. There is also an index of terms organized by stroke order and form. Zhongyi Mingci Shuyu Cidian Zhongyi Yanjiuyuan, Guangdong Zhongyi Xueyuan, editors 1975 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.503 Book A collection of 40 short essays on the philosophical and historical aspects of yin-yang and related theories. Yinyangxue Heng Shen Moshi 1970 South East Asia Research Institute
2007.066.504 Book This is a character dictionary of the Chao-Shan dialect of Chinese spoken in the Chaozhou ('Teochew') - Shantou ('Swatow') area of Guangdong. It is a branch of Min-nan Chinese, which is otherwise spoken mainly in southern Fujian Province, the island of Taiwan and in Southeast Asia. Pronunciations of characters are given in both Putonghua ('Mandarin') and the Chao-Shan dialect. It contains numerous tables and charts to assist in pronunciation. The dictionary is arranged by 'radical' and stroke order, and is also indexed by both Putonghua and Chao-Shan dialects. Chao Shan Sin Zidian Guangtai Shuju, editors Guangtai Shuju
2007.066.505 Book This is volume two of a well-known account of Chinese society first published by Harper & Brothers, New York, in 1865. Chapters cover: Established annual customs and festivals; Singular and popular superstitions; Business customs; Meritorious of charatable practices; Social customs; Miscellaneous opinions and practices; Charms and omens; Fortune-telling; Opium and opium-smoking; Chinese and scripture customs; Missionary topics; and Interior view of Peking. Illustrated Social Life of the Chinese: With some account of the religious, governmental, educational, and business customs and opinions. With special but not exclusive reference to Fuchchau. Volume II Doolittle, Justus 1966 Ch'eng-Wen Publishing Company
2007.066.506 Book "The eleven papers in the volume are a selection from the seven-volume Studies in Chinese Society series. The selection is intended to serve the needs of students in courses taught by anthropologists, sociologists, and historians" -- from the back cover. Studies in Chinese Society Wolf, Arthur P., ed. 1978 Stanford University Press
2007.066.507 Book "Dr Freedman offers in this volume an interpretation, in social anthropological terms, of the rural social structure of south-east China, applying the very considerable body of theory developed by anthropologists in the study of patrilineal societies to the data available to us concerning the complex civilization of the region" -- from the back cover. Lineage Organization in Southeastern China Freedman, Maurice 1965 The Athlone Press
2007.066.508 Book "I have studied three questions. Why did the Chinese Empire stay together when the Roman Empire, and every other empire of antiquity or the middle ages, ultimately collapsed? What were the causes of the medieval revolution which made the Chinese economy after about 1100 the most advanced in the world? And why did China after about 1350 fail to maintain her earlier pace of technological advance while still, in many respects, advancing economically?" -- from the Preface. The Pattern of the Chinese Past Elvin, Mark 1973 Eyre Methuen Limited
2007.066.510 Book Orginally published in English in 1966, this book, by the American anthropologist Margaret Mead and Muriel Brown, analyzes small group, community-based, local projects in the United States. Pengche he Mingxing: Meiguo Shequn Fazhan di Yanjiu Magelite Mite, Mouli'er Bulang, Chen Qilu, translator 1970 Xinya Chubanshe
2007.066.511 Book This is a Buddhist tract originally published in the late 19th century, and frequently republished since and distributed for free, financed by charitable donations. This edition was printed in Hong Kong sometime in the late twentieth century; a preface is dated 1979. It is divided into three parts: 1. Awakening of the faith; 2. The establishment of hope; 3. The Promotion of practice. It was published under the auspices of the Shifang DaFo Temple (Sap Fong Daai Fat Zi) in Hong Kong. It was acquired in Hong Kong in the 1970s. Jingzhong Jingyoujing Zhengyi Zhang Shicheng, Xu Huaiting nd Mingsheng Yinwu Gongsi
2007.066.512 Book A guide to raising hogs, in seven sections: 1. Breeds and strains of hogs; 2. Hog fodder; 3. The feeding and management of hogs. 4. Hog reproduction; 5. Breeding and cross-breeding of hogs; 6. Sties and manure collection. 7. The prevention and cure of hog diseases. Yangzhu Wenda Yangzhu Wenda Bianxie Xiaozu 1975 Hebei Renmin Chubanshe
2007.066.513 Book A survey of the modern Chinese language (putonghua), in five sections: 1. Introduction; 2. Pronunciation; 3. Characters; 4. Vocabulary. Included are four appendices: 1. The pinyin system of romanization; 2. A chart of consonant and vowel combinations; 3. A list of the pinyin romanization of the putonghua pronunciation of 1,500 commonly-used characters; 4. A partial list of the pronunciations of the phonetic elements in commonly-used Chinese characters. Xiandai Hanyu Beijing Daxue Zhongguoyuyanxuexi Hanyu Jiaoyanshi, editor 1963 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.514 Book This book (the first edition was published in 1924) presented an influential analysis of the modern Chinese language. The author was a leading intellectual in China in the early twentieth century. Xinzhu Guoyu Wenfa Li Jinzhao 1956 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.515 Book This is a prayer to the popular deity Guanyin (Kuan-yin). Free religious literature acquired in the 1970s in Hong Kong. Baiyi Guanyin Zhu Anonymous 1974 Xianggang Fojing Liutongchu
2007.066.516 Book This is free religious literature acquired in Hong Kong in the 1970s. It was produced under the auspices of the Shifang DaFo Si (the Sap Fong Daai Fat Temple) in Hong Kong. This is a 1971 reprint of a work originally published in 1934 by the Nanzhen Congshantang Temple (Naam Zam Zung Sin Tong) in Hong Kong. Yuhuang Shangdi Yingyan Jiujie Zhenjing Anonymous 1971
2007.066.517 Book This is free religious literature acquired in Hong Kong in the 1970s. It was reprinted in 1969 under the auspices of the Nanzhen Congshan Tang (Naam Zam Zung Sin Tong) temple in Hong Kong. It was orrginally published in the late 19th century; a preface is dated 1895. Wendi Jiujie Baosheng Jing, Wudi Jiujie Yongming Jing Hebian Anonymous 1969 Nanzhen Congshan Tang
2007.066.518 Book This is free religious literature acquired in Hong Kong in the 1970s. First printed in 1966, it was reprinted in 1972, under the auspices of the Nanzhen Congshan Tang (Naam Zam Zung Sin Tong) temple in Hong Kong. It contains a section on fortune=telling using coins. Guandi Mingsheng Zhenjing 1972 Mingsheng Yinwu Gongsi
2007.066.519 Book Jiutianma Zhenxiang Jiujie Duren Zhenjing
2007.066.520 Book "Among the many topics it discusses are techniques of police control, tax collections, and police indoctrination; educational facilities and religious life; econnomic and other activities in village and local clan, including such antisocial activities as banditry and rebellion; and, above all, the differeing roles of the great mass of peasantry and the much smaller group of local gentry in these and other matters..." -- from the back cover. Originally published in 1960. Rural China: Imperial Control in the Nineteenth Century Hsiao, Kung-chuan 1967 University of Washington Press
2007.066.521 Book A survey of demography in China. Chapters include 1. An appraisal of China's historical population datq; 2. The beginnings of modern demography; 3. Sex, age, size of family, and density of population; 4. Births, deaths, and marriage; 5. Occupations; 6 Migration; and 7. Population policy. Also included is an appendix containing data from a census taken in the Kunming Lake region of Yunnan Province in 1939. This is a later Taiwanese reprint of the original, which was published in 1946. Population in Modern China Tan, C. H. 1946 University of Chicago Press
2007.066.522 Book A personal and political history of Edgar Snow (author of Red Star over China) and his activities from 1928 to the late 1950s. Journey to the Beginning Snow, Edgar 1958 Random House
2007.066.523 Book "Zha examines a wide range of developments largely unknown to Western readers: the careful planning of television soap operas to placate popular unrest after Tiananmen, the growth of the sex tabloid and pornography industries, the new generation of entrepreneurs successfully bringing to the mainland the consumer techniques of Hong Kong and the West, and the politics behind the censorship and commercial success of the film directors Chen Kaige...and Zhang Yimou...." -- from the back cover. China Pop: How Soap Operas, Tabloids, and Bestsellers Are Transforming a Culture Zha, Jianying 1995 New York Press
2007.066.524 Book "...provides an impressively detailed portrait of prison conditions in Gansu and Qinghai Provinces and the Xinjiang Autonomous Region...[it] clears away both the pro-Chinese apologies and the anti-Chinese hysteria that has often surrounded this question, providing instead the most objective and dispassionate evaluation of the real situation that we are likely to have" -- from the back cover. New Ghosts Old Ghosts: Prisons and Labor Reform Camps in China Seymour, James D. 1999 M. E. Sharpe
2007.066.525 Book "...a collection of 23 stories, a play, and a poem by 16 Chinese writers selected to represent the radical literature produced in China between 1918 and 1933. It was assembled in Peking in 1934 by Harold R. Isaacs with the advice and guidance of Lu Xun, China's foremost literary figure of this century, and Mao Tun, leading novelist of the younger group that had gathered around Lu Hsun in those tumultous years" -- from the dust jacket. There is also a foreword by Lu Hsun and "Notes on Chinese left-wing periodicals (1934)" by Mao Tun. Straw Sandals: Chinese Short Stories, 1918-1933 Isaacs, Harold R., ed. 1974 MIT Press
2007.066.526 Book "...Pruitt tells us of a way of life that will never be found again in China, that of the very wealthy. She preserves for us the style and grace of their world without either romanticizing them or castigating them for a lack of social enlightenment as yet beyond their comprehension. She also gives us rare glimpses into Peking's foreign community...during those last years before the Japanese occupation" -- from the Introduction by Margery Wolf. Old Madam Yin: A Memoir of Peking Life, 1926-1938 Pruitt, Ida 1979 Stanford University Press
2007.066.527 Book An illustrated, bilingual (English and Chinese) survey of classical Chinese musical instruments divided into four categories: 1; Striking instruments; 2. Blowing instruments; 3. Plucking instruments; and 4. Bowing instruments. There is also a list of reference books. Chinese Musical Instruments and Pictures Liang, Tsai-ping 1970 Chinese Classical Music Association
2007.066.528 Book An annotated translation of a traditional Chinese almanac. Illustrated. T'ung Shu: The Ancient Chinese Almanac Palmer, Martin, ed. & trans. 1986 Shambhala Publications
2007.066.529 Book A large-format, illustrated, survey of Asian mythology, covering: Tbe mythology of Persia; that of the Kafirs; the mythology of Buddhism in India; Brahmanic mythology; the mythology of Lamaism; the mythology of Indo-China and Java; Buddhist mythology in Central Asia; the mythology of modern China; and the mythology of Japan Asiatic Mythology: A Detailed Description and Explanation of the Mythologies of All the Great Nations of Asia Hackin, J, et. al. nd (1963) Thomas Y. Crowell Company
2007.066.530 Book "This introduction presents the structure of literary Chinese, including grammar, basic vocabulary, cultural notes, translations and exercises" --from the back cover. Gateway to the Chinese Classics: A Practical Guide to Literary Chinese Faurot, Jeannette L. 1995 China Books and Periodicals
2007.066.531 Book A collection of 19th-century photographs from China, held by the Museum of the American China Trade. "They show the common people of China farming, fishing, spinning, peddling, and acting as beasts of burden, pulling heavily loaded wheelbarrows or rickshaws" -- from the dust jacket. Chapters cover landscapes; inheritances; people; livelihoods; communications; treaty ports; and China's responses. China in Old Photographs 1860-1910 Beers, Burton F. 1978 Charles Scribner's Sons
2007.066.532 Book A list of over 2,000 pseudonyms used by Chinese authors who lived and published in the twentieth century up to the late 1960s. Modern Chinese Authors: A List of Pseudonyms Shu, Austin C. W. 1969 Michigan State University
2007.066.533 Book A massive survey of the history of the Liao empire (907-1125) ruled by the Ch'i-tan (Qidan) people, which for two hundred years controlled the regions of modern Manchuria, Mongolia, and the northeastern part of China proper, based on the Liao Shih (Liao Shi), the Standard History of the Liao Dynasty. This is a 1970 reprint of the 1949 original. Chapters cover an introduction to the Liao; administrative geogrpahy and population; pastoralism and agriculture; industry; communications; commerce; currency and money-lending; social organization, kinship system, customs, and traditions; powerful families and individuals; temples and monasteries; the fifnfcial system; labor service; calamities and governmental relief; rebellions; governmental organization; army and warfare; and the main events in Liao history. There are also five appendices. History of Chinese Society: Liao, 907-1125 Wittfogel, Karl A. 1970 American Philosophical Society
2007.066.534 Book A reader for the modern Chinese written language, it contains 12 articles published in the mid-twentieth century on aspects of history and social sciences in China. This is Part I, Texts; a companion volume II contains annotations to the texts. Readings in Modern Chinese History and Social Sciences: Part I, Texts Chih, Yu-ju 1966 The Committee on Institutional Cooperation
2007.066.535 Book A reader for the modern Chinese written language, it contains 12 articles published in the mid-twentieth century on aspects of history and social sciences in China. This is Part II, Annotations; a companion volume I contains the Chinese texts. Readings in Modern Chinese History and Social Sciences: Part II, Annotations Chih, Yu-ju 1966 The Committee on Institutional Cooperation
2007.066.536 Book A conversion tool for equating year dates using Chinese, Japanese, Korean and the western calendars. Also identifies emperors, reign-names, and cyclical characters. Zhong Ri Han Duizhao Nianbiao Tatsuro Fujishima; Shunjo Nogami, editors 1980 Hong dao wen hua shi ye you xian gong si
2007.066.537 Book This is a deictionary of "fixed phrases," or proverbs. Sayings are provided with pinyin romanization and explanation in modern standard Chinese. Hanyu Chengyu Xiao Cidian Anonymous 1973 Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.538 Book With its main focus on China, this book contains five sections: 1. The partriarchal system and its predecessors; 2. Marriage, women, and the father-son relationship under patriarchy; 3. The formation of the clan system; 4. The breakdown of the clan system; and 5. The decline of the family system. Hunyin yu Jiazu Tao , Xisheng 1966 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.539 Book Prepared for Taiwanese traveling or residing in the United States, this book is also helpful for English-speakers studying Chinese. It provides English/Chinese equivalences for a very large number of terms in over 50 categories Wanyong Yingwen Shouce Anonymous nd Zhong mei chu ban zhong xin
2007.066.540 Book This Chinese dictionary offers character definitions in Chinese, and pronunciations in two dialects of Chinese. The Cantonese pronunciations are given using romanization and homophonic characters; the putonghua ("mandarin") pronunciations use the zhuyin system and homophonic characters. Four appendices provide further information on Cantonese phonetics. Guangzhouyin Guoyin Duizhao Zhongwen Zidian Qiao, Yannong 1972 Huaqiao Yuwen Chubanshe
2007.066.541 Book This book traces the history of Wang Anshi (1021-1086), a scholar, poet, and reformer in China. An earlier version was published in 1953. This edition contains a postscript written in 1974 by the author locating the book and Wang Anshi in the political and ideological struggles in China in the 1970s. This is the first edition of this version. Wang Anshi: Zhongguo Shiyi Shijishi de Gaigejia Deng, Guangming 1975 Renmin Chubanshe
2007.066.542 Book A collection of 12 articles by eight authors discussing the state of Chu, which was absorbed into China's first empire in the second century BCE. The book's three parts cover: 1. Perspectives in defining Chu culture (geography, archaeology, and art); 2. State and society (social and political organization, ideology, law, and towns and trade); 3. The spirit of Chu (late Chu religion, and the Chuci). An appendix contains a translation of the Chu Silk Manuscript. Defining Chu: Image and Reality in Ancient China Cook, Constance A., and Major, John S., editors 1999 University of Hawai'i Press
2007.066.543 Book "In Chinese folklore, one regards the Phoenix, the Unicorn, the Tortoise and the Dragon as divine. In what does their divinity consist? The results of our study urges us to say that such divinity has much to do with the moon mythology of olden times. The fact is: the ancient people fancied the various moon-phases to be like the different objects of the earth, especially like human beings, trees, worms, birds, quadrupeds. This fancy also formed the concepts of the four divine animals." -- from the English-language Summary. Feng Lin Gui Long Kaoshi Du, Erwei 1971 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.544 Book A history of the Chinese language sound-system. Zhongguo Yinyu Shi Dong, Tonghe 1966 Zhonghua Wenhua Chuban Shiyeshe
2007.066.545 Book An introduction to Taiji (T'ai-chi), one of China's martial arts. Contains numerous illustrations and diagrams. Taijiquan Yundong 1976 Renmin Tiyu Chubanshe
2007.066.546 Book A history of prostutution in China from the earliest times into the Republican period. Zhongguo Changji Shi Wang, Shunu 1935 Sheng-huo Shudian
2007.066.547 Book A collection of 18 articles on the process of systematizing and simplifying characters used in written Chinese in the People's Republic of China. Hanzi de Zhengli he Jianhua 1974 Wenzi Gaige Chubanshe
2007.066.548 Book This book on the vocabulary of standard Chinese contains eight sections: 1. Putonghua and its vocabulary; 2. Basic terms and vocabulary; 3. Terms from classical Chinese, and how to treat them; 4. Dialect terms and how to treat dialect vocabulary; 5. Foreign terms and how to treat them; 6. Technical terms and how to treat them; 7. Proverbs and how to use them; 8. The rules of development and change of vocabulary. Putonghua cihui Zhang, Shilu 1957 Xinshishi Chubanshe
2007.066.549 Book This book, first published in 1926, contains a discussion of the poems in the Shijing (also romanized as the Shih-ching, and known in English as the Book of Poetry, the Book of Songs, or the Book of Odes), under five categories: 1. Lyrics, part 1; 2. Lyrics, part 2; 3. Descriptive poetry; 4. Satirical poetry; and 5. Didactic poetry. Shijing Miao, Tianshou 1968 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.550 Book This is an introduction to the history of Chinese phonology, in six sections: 1. Introduction; 2. The basic concepts of phonology; 3. The phonology of old Chinese; 4. The phonology of middle Chinese; 5. The study of vowels and vowel groups (dengyunxue); and 6. The origins of the phonological system of Standard Chinese. Appended is a chart of phonetic symbols. Hanyu Yinyunxue Changshi Tang, Zuofan 1972 Zhonghua Shuju Xianggang Fenju
2007.066.551 Book This is a 517-page book on the history of the Chinese in Canada, in 20 chapters: 1. Preface; 2. A review of Sino-Canadian relations; 3. The background reasons for Chinese immigration to Canada; 4. Conditions facing the Chinese immigrants during the goldrush period; 5. The establishment of Chinatowns and the Chinese immigrant economy; 6. The Chinese and the construction of the Canadian Pacific Railway; 7. The beginnings of anti-Chinese movements and the representations made by special envoys; 8. The so-called 'royal investigative report' (the "Canadian Royal Commission on Chinese Immigration"); 9. The establishment of Chinese associations; 10. The conflicts among secret societies and their aftermath; 11. The visit of Li Hongzhang to Canada; 12. The visit of Kang Youwei to Canada and the establishment of the Baohuanghui (Chinese Empire Reform Association of Canada); 13. The visit of Sun Yat-sen to Canada and the establishment of the revolutionary party (Tongmenghui); 14. The arts and culture among Chinese immigrants; 15. The repeal of anti-Chinese rules and regulations; 16. The character of Chinese immigrants and the evolution of their thought. 17. Occupational changes among the Chinese, and a temporal comparison of wages; 18. Statistics on the number of Chinese immigrants over the last 100 years; 19. Contributions of the Chinese to Canada and to their ancestral land; 20. The prospects for Canada's Chinese immigrants. Appendices: A chronology of major events, 1856 - 1967; A list of major works cited (in English and Chinese); A Postscript; The most recent revisions to Canadian Immigration law; and a list of important names in the history of Chinese immigrants to Canada. Illustrated with photographs and maps. Jianada Huaqiao Shi Li, Donghai 1967 Jianada Ziyou Chubanshe
2007.066.552 Book This is a 646-page history of Chinese immigrants to the United States over the period 1848 - 1911, in 16 chapters: 1. The pioneer discovery of the American continent; 2. The early immigrants to America; 3. The distribution and development of the Chinese immigrant population; 4. The establishment and evolution of Chinatowns; 5. The formation of immigrant organizations (1); 6. The formation of immigrant organizations (2); 7. Immigrant economic organization (1); 8. Immigrant economic organization (2); 9. The propagation of Chinese culture and education; 10. Religious beliefs of the immigrant Chinese; 11. Political activities of the immigrant Chinese; 12. The attitudes of American towards the immigrant Chinese; 13. American anti-Chinese actions and legislation; 14. The establishment and revisions of immigration treaties; 15. Sino-American disputes over anti-Chinese laws; 16. Contributions of the Chinese immigrants to the United States. Appendices: Conclusion; a list of references consulted (Chinese and English). Illustrated with photographs and maps. There is a Forward in English. There is a companion volume; Liu, Pei Chi, A History of the Chinese in the United States of America II (Liu Boji, Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Xubian) Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Liu, Pei Chi 1965 Liming Wenhua Shiye Toufen Youxiangongsi
2007.066.553 Book This is a 733-page history of the Chinese in the United States of America, a continuation of the author's previous work, Meiguo Huaqiao Shi (A History of the Chinese in the United States of America). It contains 15 chapters: 1. Development and change in America's Chinatowns; 2. The implementation and evolution of harsh immigration laws (1); 3. The implementation and evolution of harsh immigration laws (2); 4. The social organizations of the immigrant Chinese (1); 5. The social organizations of the immigrant Chinese (2); 6. Economic life of the immigrant Chinese; 7. The propagation of Chinese culture and education (1); 8. The propagation of Chinese culture and education (2); 9. Religious beliefs of the immigrant Chinese; 10. Political activities of the immigrant Chinese (1); 11. Political activities of the immigrant Chinese (2); 12; Fundraising activities in support of China; 13. Social customs of the immigrant Chinese (1); 14. Social customs of the immigrant Chinese (2); 15. Memorable accounts of the military service performed by the children of Chinese immigrants. There is a conclusion and a list of references (in Chinese and English). Illustrated. Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Xubian Liu, Pei Chi 1981 Liming Wenhua Shiye Toufen Youxiangongsi
2007.066.554 Book This is a biography of Confucius, by Lin Lingshuang (1889-1970), a Taiwanese writer and educator. Suwang Benji Lin, Lingshuang
2007.066.555 Journal Vol. 14, 1974 A collection of 16 articles by various authors on the history, society, and culture of Asia, with an emphasis on Hong Kong. Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.556 Journal Vol. 15, 1975 A collection of 19 articles by various authors on the history, society, and culture of Asia, with an emphasis on Hong Kong. Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.557 Journal Vol. 16, 1976 A collection of 21articles by various authors on the history, society, and culture of Asia, with an emphasis on Hong Kong. Journal of the Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society Hong Kong Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society
2007.066.558 Book This is a 1,718-page index to the "Thirteen Confucian Classics." Shisanjing Suoyin Taiwan Kaiming Shudian
2007.066.559 Book This a collection and analysis of traditional laments sung at weddings and funerals in Hong Kong's New Territories. It contains ten chapters: 1. Information on the collection area; 2. The process of collecting the songs; 3. Information on the performers; 4. The styles of performance; 5. The circumstances of performance; 6. The nomenclature regarding laments; 7. Categories of lament; 8. Collected laments from the New Territories (with explanations and annotations); 9. The study of laments as popular literature; 10. An assesment of laments as popular literature. There is also an introduction. Kugezici Zhang, Zhengping 1969 Youhua Chubanshe
2007.066.560 Book This is a dictionary of 345 terms, used in divination based on the Yijing (the I Ching; or Book of Changes). Zhouyi Zhanbu Cidian Zhang, Guiguang 1994 Jieyou Chubanshe
2007.066.561 Book Originally published in 1929, this outline of Chinese phonology contains an introduction and four sections: 1. An introduction to speech sounds (the function of human sound production; speech sounds and writing; speech sounds and geography; speech sounds over time); 2. Consonants and vowels (consonant and vowel terms; categories of consonants and their phonetic features; categories of vowels and their phonetic features; the 'four tones' and the 'five tones'); 3. Phonetic changes over time ('archaic' pronunciations in Zhou and Han dynasties; 'modern' pronunciations in the period of the Wei, Jin, Tang, and Song dynasties; the 'national language' of the Yuan and Ming dynasties and later); and 4. Phonetic writing systems (conjoining consonants and vowels; the traditional 'fanqie' system of phonetic transcription). Zhongguo Shengyunxue Gaiyao Zhang, Shilu 1973 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.562 Book "The Family (pinyin: Jia) is an autobiographical novel by Chinese author Ba Jin. It tells the story of an upper-class family in the city of Chengdu in the early 1920s. The novel was first serialized in 1931-2 and then released in a single volume in 1933. The serialization was originally titled Turbulent Stream, but had its name changed after Ba Jin released it as a single volume. The Family is probably Ba Jin's most famous and most popular work. It is still often read by many for its insights into the fengjian system prevalent in the early 20th century. The Family focuses on three brothers from the Gao family, Juexin, Juemin and Juehui, and their struggles with the oppressive autocracy of their feudalistic family. The idealistic, rash Juehui, the youngest brother, is the main protagonist, and he is frequently contrasted with the weak eldest brother Juexin, who gives in to the demands from his grandfather and carries on living a life he does not want to live. Juemin, the second brother, too has to fight to marry a cousin he loves, Qin" -- from Wikipedia. The Family Pa, Chin 1969 China Books and Periodicals
2007.066.563 Journal Volume LXXVII, No. 1, March 1977 This volume contains three articles: 1. "Dr Ada M. Weed: Northwest Reformer" by G. Thomas Edwards; 2. "Cutoff Fever, II" by Leah Collins Menefee and Lowell Tiller; and 3. "The Chinese in Oregon, c. 1870 - 1880 by P. Scott Corbett and Nancy Parker Corbett. This last is based on a demographic analysis of census records from three Oregon Counties (Clatsop, Multnomah, and Wasco), and is accompanied with nine photographs illustrating the life of the Chinese in 19th century Oregon. Oregon Historical Quarterly Oregon Historical Society
2007.066.564 Book Originally published in 1935, this work on local gazetteers (local histories) and their compilation, contains 14 chapters: 1. General Introduction; 2. Critical comments on [7] old gazetteers; 3. The Scope of Gazetteers according to Zhang Xuecheng [1738?1801, a Qing Dynasty historian, writer and thinker]; 4. Criticisms of Zhang's Rules for Editing Gazetteers; 5. Supplementary Knowledge in Editing Gazetteers; 6. Additional Information to be Added to the Contents of a Gazetteer; 7. Determining Topics and their Order; 8. Preliminary Questions in Editing a Gazetteer; 9. The Data for a Gazetteer; 10. The Methods of Selecting Data; 11. Methods of Authenticating Historical Data; 12. Methods of Authenticating Other Data; 13. Methods of Arranging Historical Data; 14. Methods of Arranging Other Data. Fangzhi Xue Li, Taifen 1968 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.565 Book This book contains 20 essays on local gazetteers (local histories) and their compilation, an afterword by the author, and an appendix. The essays are titled: 1. "Historiography and the study of local gazetteers"; 2. "Miscellaneous discussions of history and gazetteers"; 3. "Speaking of gazetteers"; 4. "After reading 'Tongzhi Tiaoyi'" [by Wang, Baoxin (Wang Pao-xin, 1867-1944) published in 1957]; 5. "Local literature and Chinese culture"; 6. "The rejuvenation of Chinese culture and the task of Taiwanese literature"; 7. "On the possibility of completely recompiling gazetteers"; 8. "The task of literature at present"; 9. "Tentative discussions on the hypothesized tables of contents for county and city gazetteers"; 10. "Clarifying the stylistic rules and layout for the [Taiwan] provincial gazetteer"; 11. "Regarding the recompilation of the Taiwan Gazetteer from the point of view of the Penghu Tingzhi [the Penghu Prefecture Gazetteer]"; 12. "The compilation of the Taiwan Gazetteer"; 13. "The life of He Qiaoyuan [He Ch'iao-yuan, 1558 - 1632] and the Taiwan Gazetteer"; 14. "Errors in the argument that the Taiwan Gazetteer was revised six times"; 15. "An initial investigation of the 'Comprehensive History of Taiwan' [by Lian, Heng, 1878-1936]; 16. " The process of proofreading the Taiwan Gazetteer"; 17. "Jiang Shizhe [Chiang Shih-che] and the Taiwan Gazetteer"; 18. "Gazetteer studies after the recovery of Taiwan"; 19. "The special characteristics of the Weiyuan Gazetteer [Weiyuan is a county in Sichuan Province] "The collection and compilation of family genealogies". There is an afterword, and an appendix containing the prefaces from seven gazetteers, and an essay titled "The biography of Huang Kaiji [Huang K'ai-chi] and the Taiwan Gazetteer. Fangzhi Xinlun Mao, Yibo 1974 Zhengzhong Shuzhu
2007.066.566 Book Originally published in 1945,this is the first of Wong's two autobiographical volumes, Fifth Chinese Daughter. "The book was translated into several Asian languages by the U.S. State Department, which sent her on a four-month speaking tour of Asia in 1953. "I was sent," Wong wrote, "because those Asian audiences who had read translations of Fifth Chinese Daughter did not believe a female born to poor Chinese immigrants could gain a toehold among prejudiced Americans." Her second volume, No Chinese Stranger, was published in 1975" -- from Wikipedia. Fifth Chinese Daughter Wong, Jade Snow 1965 Harper and Row, Publishers
2007.066.567 Book "One winter's night in the year 1700, a mysterious tsunami flooded fields and washed away houses in Japan. It arrived without the warning that a nearby earthquake usually provides. Samurai, merchants, and villagers recorded the event, but nearly three centuries would pass before discoveries in North America revealed the tsunami's source. The Orphan Tsunami of 1700 tells this scientific detective story through clues from both sides of the Pacific. The evidence uncovered tells of a catastrophe, a century before Lewis and Clark, that now helps guide preparations for future earthquakes and tsunamis in the United State and Canada" -- from the back cover. Autographed by the lead author. Contains numerous photographs, charts, maps, drawings, and other illustrations. The Orphan Tsunami of 1700: Japanese Clues to a Parent Earthquake in North America Atwater, Brian F., et al 2005 University of Washington Press
2007.066.568 Report This is a Hong Kong Government report on the the various forms of customary and other marriages in Hong Kong, and recommendations for government policies regarding marriage, in six sections: 1. Enclosure I, "Chinese marriages in Hong Kong: New recommendations"; 2. Appendix A, "The background"; 3. Appendix B, "United Nations"; 4. Appendix C, "White Paper and Subsequent Approaches"; 5. Appendix D, "1960 'White Paper' recommendaitons; 6. Annexure A, "Chinese Marriages: Presentation of new recommendations". The McDouall-Heenan Report 1965 1967 J.R. Lee, Acting Government Printer
2007.066.569 Book This is a collection of 20 articles by 18 different authors on Asian genealogies, in eight sections: 1. "Chinese genealogical records"; 2. "Chinese written history"; 3. "Japanese family records"; 4. "Korean genealogical sources"; 5. "Indian tribal genealogies"; 6. "Libraries and library collections"; 7. "Asian immigrants in America"; and 8. "Computer technology and Asian genealogical research". There is also an introduction by the editor, Spencer J. Palmer, and a glossary of characters for Chinese, Japanese, and Korean terms and names. Studies in Asian Genealogy Palmer, Spencer J., ed. 1972 Brigham Young University Press
2007.066.570 Book This grammar of Cantonese Chinese contains an introduction and 19 chapters: 1. Phonology: the Cantonese sound system; 2. Word structure: morphology and word formation; 3. Syntactic categories: parts of speech in Cantonese; 4. Sentence structure: word order and topicalization; 5. Pronouns; 6. The noun phrase; 7. Prepositions and expressions of location; 8. The verb phrase; 9. Adjectival constructions; description and comparison; 10. Adverbial constructions; 11. Aspect and verbal particles; 12. Modality; possibility and probability; 13; Negation; 14. Quantification; 15. Existential sentences; 16. Coordination and subordinate clauses; 17. Questions; 18. Sentence particles and interjections; and 19. Imperative sentences; commands and requests. Cantonese: A Comprehensive Grammar Mathews, Stephen 1994 Routledge
2007.066.571 Book "The Confucian Bible [the Analects, or Lun Yu] as herein presented is NEW in both form and outlook. In form, it is a departure from the traditional presentation,.... By numbering each section of each chapter in the familiar style of Christian Bibles..., and providing English/Chinese indices with Chinese/English glossaries, quick access to any key topic is achievable. In addition, a Comparitive Index of Confucian and Christian pprecepts on selected topics gives the religious leader and opportunity to note the similarities and contrasts in viewpoints between the two. As to Outlook, also be many things to many people: 1. A moral option fo those still searching for the meaning of life; 2. A pragmatic treatise to those without any formal religion who believe that virture is its own reward; 3. A non-theocentric code of conduct for concerned humans regardless of their religious affiliation or cultureal background; and 4. A revelation to those with Chinese ties who may not be proficient in Chinese." -- from the preface. The Confucian Bible Book 1 Analects: The Non-theocentric Code for Concerned Humans Confucius 1991 Granhill Corporation
2007.066.572 Book The story of a woman's experiences in China during the Cultural Revolution, in three parts: 1. The wind of revolution; 2. The detention house; 3. My struggle for justice. Life and Death in Shanghai Cheng, Nien 1986 Collins Publishing Group
2007.066.573 Book This (volume one of a three-volume series consisting of Volume One, Volume Two, and Continuation Volume) is a collection of 18 articles on various aspects and controversies in the history of proto-capitalism in Ming and Qing dynasty China. Zhong guo zi ben zhu yi meng ya wen ti tao lun ji (shang) 1957 Shenghuo dushu xinzhi sanlian shudian
2007.066.574 Book This (the "Continuation Volume" following Volume One and Volume Two in a three-volume series) is a collection of 20 articles on various aspects and controversies in the history of proto-capitalism in Song , Ming, and Qing dynasty China. Zhongguo zi ben zhu yi meng ya wen ti tao lun ji : xu bian 1960 Shenghuo dushu xinzhi sanlian shudian
2007.066.575 Book This (Volume Two of a three-volume series consisting of Volume One, Volume Two, and a Continuing Volume) is a collection of 15 articles on various aspects and controversies in the history of proto-capitalism in Ming and Qing dynasty China. Zhong guo zi ben zhu yi meng ya wen ti tao lun ji (xia) 1957 Shenghuo dushu xinzhi sanlian shudian
2007.066.576 Book This is a dictionary of about 8,000 characters commonly encountered in classical Chinese. Definitions are illustrated by numerous extracts from ancient texts. Appendices consist of a chart of dynastic rulers in Chinese history, comparative charts of units of measurement, and a list of the common names of "radicals" used in wiring Chinese characters. Gu Hanyu Changyongzi Zidian Xinbian 2003 Heilongjiang Renmein Chubanshe
2007.066.577 Book The authors trace the origins of the I Ching (I King; Yijing) to early calendrics and observations of nature and the heavens. The first section has seven chapters: 1. A close-reading explanation of the Zhouyi Dazhuang commentary on the Yijing; 2. The nature of the Yijing; 3. The theory of the unity of humans and the heavens -- The core of Chinese culture; 4. The eight trigrams -- ancient Chinese calendrics; 5. Exploring the mysteries of the Wei Shu prognostic texts; 6. The Han dynasty guaqi theory relating the calendar and seasonal changes to the eight trigrams; and 7. The prediction of natural disasters. The second section contains discussions and explanations of the 32 pairs of the 64 hexagrams and their connections to the yearly round. There are three appendices: 1. The Yijing is the source of Chinese civilization; 2. The secrets of fengshui; 3. A preliminary interpretation of the age-old relationship between the hetu, luoshu, and the eight trigrams. Zhouyi zhenyuan : Zhongguo zui gulao de tianxue kexue tixi 2004 Shanxi Kexue Jishu Chubanshe
2007.066.578 Book This book contains eight chapters: 1. An overview of capitalism in old China.; 2. How did capitalists emerge in China?; 3. How did the capitalists exploit the workers?; 4. Several specific kinds of exploitative systems; 5. The capitalists' violent oppression of the workers and the poisoning of the latter's thought; 6. The capitalists' exploitation of the peasantry and other small producers; 7. Capitalist accumulation and the immizerization of the working classes; 8. The struggle of the proletariat against the capitalist system. Jiu Zhongguo de zibenzhuyi shengchan guanxi 1977 Renmin chubanshe: Xinhua shudian faxing
2007.066.579 Book This is a collection of xiehouyu (two-part truncated Chinese folk sayings, or "riddle sayings" traditional in the Beijing dialect of Chinese. Entries are arranged by the pronunciation (using the zhuyin transcription) of the first character in each saying. Examples and explanatory notes are provided for each entry. . Beiping xiehouyu cidian : jian Beiping kouyu zhushi Chen, Zishi 1969 Da Zhongguo tu shu gong si
2007.066.580 Book One hundred questions about drugs, drug addiction, and drug rehabilitation are posed and answered. In addition there is an afterword, and six appendices: 1. "The management of narcotic drugs" (promulgated by the State Council 1n 1987); 2. "The management of psychoactive drugs" (passed by the State Council in 1988); 3. "The decision on drug prohibition by the National People's Congress (1990); 4. "Methods of compulsory drug detoxification" (the State Council, 1995); 5. "The management of medications used in drug detoxification"; 6. "Regulations for the control of ephedrine" (1995, State Drug Administration). Jiedu zhishi 100 wen 1997 Renmin Weisheng Chubanshe
2007.066.581 Book This book contains four sections and six appendices. The sections are titled: 1. "Drugs and drug use" (including useful lists of psychoactive drugs, with the English equivalent for each); 2. "The dangers of drug use"; 3. "The causes of drug use"; and 4. "Drug prohibition and rehabilitation from drug use." The appendices contain the texts of important drug-control policy statements: 1. The 1990 State Council Resolution concerning drug prohibition; 2. The "Methods of management of narcotic drugs" issued by the State Council in 1987; 3. The "Methods of management of psychoactive drugs" issued by the State Council in 1988; 4. The "General order concerning the probitition of opium" dissed by the Council in 1950; 5. The system of management of voluntary drug treatment centers; 6. The "Methods of compulsory drug treatment" issued by the State Council in 1995. Xidu weihai yu jiedu Zhongguo yiyao keji chubanshe
2007.066.582 Book Two hundred questions (and answers) about drugs and quitting drugs are divided into six sections: 1. Drugs; 2.Drug addiction; 3. The dangers of drugs; 4. Quitting drugs; 5. The fight against drugs; and 6. Drug prohibition. There are five appendices: 1. The resolution of 1990 on drug prohibition passed by the National People's Congress; 2. The "Methods of compulsory drug treatment" issued by the State Council in 1995; 3. "Establishing a spirit of taking the initiative to follow the 'four disciplines'" (the personal testimony of a recovered drug user); 4. "Heart-felt remorse -- the interior monologue of a drug user"; and 5. An overview of drug treatment agencies in China, with addresses and telephone numbers. Dupin yu Jiedu 200 Wen 1999 Jiangsu Kexue Jushu Chubanshe
2007.066.583 Book A history of drugs and drug use in China, in 12 chapters: 1. Portraits of drug users; 2. The "genocidal trade" of the Great Powers; 3. Drugs' harm to China; 4. Drug prohibition in recent history; 5. The struggle to eliminate drugs in new China; 6. An unprecedented world-wide plague; 7. The evil wind returns; 8. Those who fall into the abyss; 9. The roots of the threat to the family; 10. A social cancer; 11. Drug use and addiction; 12. A never-ending war. Du pin zai Zhongguo Ma, Mozhen 1996 Yiqiao Chubanshe
2007.066.584 Book This is a collection of ten pieces by contemporary writers on various aspects of modern Chinese society and culture. They include 1. "The scramble for jobs" by Hu Ping; 2. "The customer's lament" by Chang Jiang; 3. "The private lives of the Chinese people" by Zhang Shili; 4. "The adventures of a beggar band"; 5. "Extravagant feasts in China" by Deng Chenxi; 6. "A universal complaint" by Jiang Huilin; 7. "A general perspective on China's household registration system" by Ren Xianlang et al; 8. "The madness of heroin" by Hu Zhanbei; 9. "An investigation into the problem of suicide among females" by Wang Lingshu; and 10. "The troubles with names" by Liu Yida. Fengkuang di hailuoyin Huayi chubanshe
2007.066.585 Book This is a massive collection of over 2,000 original historical documents related to drug prohibition in China over the years 1728 to 1949. Book I covers the Qing dynasty from 1728 to 1911, and Book II covers the period from the fall of the Qing to November 10, 1949. Zhongguo jin du shi zi liao, 1729 nian-1949 nian 1998 Tianjin Renmin Chubanshe
2007.066.586 Book First published in 1921, this is an adventure tale for juveniles that is an example of early 20th centurly stereotypes of the Chinese. Held by Chinese Brigands Gilson, Charles 1921 Dodd, Mead and Company
2007.066.587 Book This is a summary account of approaches to treatment for drug addiction in traditional Chinese medicine. The first section contains four chapters: 1. The arrival of opium in China and the history of Chinese drug prohibitions and drug treatment; 2. Opium toxicity and its symptoms; 3. The pathogenesis of opium toxicity; and 4. Medical treatment for opium toxicity. The second section has three chapters: 1. Prescriptions for acute toxicity; 2. Prescriptions for achieving abstinence; and 3. Prescriptions for recuperation after achieving abstinence. There are six appendices: 1. The resolution of the People's Congress regarding drug prohibitions; 2. The decree of the Department of Health, Chinese People's Republic; 3. The Department of Health's circular concerning strengthening the management of the approval process for medications used in drug treatment; 4. Guiding principles in commonly used methods of treatment of opioid addiction.; 5. The addiction mechanism and pharmacological action of opioids (using morphine as an example); and 6. The current state of traditional Chinese medicine's methodsof drug treatment and expert commentaries. Zhong Yi Jiedu Jiyao 1997 Renmin Weisheng Chubanshe
2007.066.588 Book This a polemic against the "people's communes" in the People's Republic of China, published in 1959 in Taiwan. It has four sections: I. Charts (in seven sections: 1. A clear understanding of the Russian imperialist communist bandits; 2. The historical background to the communist bandits' people's communes; 3. Why the communist bandits want to promote the "people's communes"; 4. An outline of the structure of the "people's communes"; 5. A true picture of the reality of the people's communes; 6. The miserable lives of the people in the people's communes; 7. Responses to internal crises and resistance due to the people's communes); II. Drawings (28 political cartoons); III. Photographs (in five sections: 1. The people's lives in the people's communes; 2. Youth and students under the rule of the people's communes; 3. Women and relatives of overseas Chinese under the rule of the people's communes; 4. Universal military training under the rule of the people's communes; 5. Universal participation in steel smelting under the rule of the people's communes); IV. Summaries of critical opinion on the tyranny of the "people's communes" by Chinese in all walks of life and by the rest of the free world. Gongfei "Renmin Gongshe" de Baozheng 1959
2007.066.589 Book This book contains four chapters: 1. Current important drug-producing areas; 2. The true colors of drug trafficking organizations and drug traffickers; 3. The cancer of drugs endangering human society; 4. Chapter and verse in the struggle against drugs. Dangdai Guoji Jindu Fengyun 1997 Jingji kexue chubanshe
2007.066.590 Book This somewhat sensationalistic account of drugs in modern China is divided into three sections: 1. Drug addicts; 2. The hovering spectre of drug miasma; 3. The sin of heroin. Jingti Xidu: Dangdai Zhongguo "Baise Wenyi" Jishi Chen, Baoliang 1998 Zhongguo Huaqiao Chubanshe
2007.066.591 Book A collection of eight papers on colonial Hong Kong: 1. The Hong Kong Economy: Achievements and Prospects, by E.H. Phelps Brown; 2. The population of Hong Kong, by David Podmore; 3. One brand of politics, by John Rear; 4. Economic Policy, by Nicholas C. Owen; 5. Industrial relations in Hong Kong, by Joe England; 6. Job Satisfaction and unionization: The case of shopworkers, by D.C. Chaney; 7. Housing the poor, by Keith Hopkins; and 8. The Law of the Constitution, by John Rear. Hong Kong: The Industrial Colony - A Political, Social and Economic Survey Hopkins, Keith, ed. 1973 Oxford University Press
2007.066.592 Journal Volume 11, Number One, April/May 1972; A collection of 9 articles on Hong Kong: 1. Floristic studies in Hong Kong; 2, Marine ecology in Tolo Harbor, Hong Kong; 3. A decade's research on Vovariella Volvacea; 4. Geomorphological observations on rainwash forms in Hong Kong and some other humid regions of southeast asia; 5. The law and mass media in Hong Kong; 6. "Yi hui" and "yin hui" -- An introductory analysis; 7. Poverty in Hong Kong: Some reflections; and 8. Social class and educational aspiration among Chinese students in Hong Kong. These are followed by five "Notes and views"; 1. Some problems of higher education in Hong Kong; 2. Some notes on business and industry in Hong Kong; 3. The economy of Hong Kong -- Reminiscences and reminiscences; 4. Social welfare in Hong Kong -- A review of welfare services in the past twenty years; and 5. Western music in Hong Kong -- Teaching and resources. Chung Chi Journal 1972 Chinese University of Hong Kong
2007.066.593 Book Originally published in 1943, this classic study of Tang dynasty politics contains three sections; 1. The clans of the ruling class: Their rise and fall; 2. Political revolution and the dividing lines between political factions; and 3. The interlocked rise and fall of foreign nationalities and the relationship between foreign aggression and internal government. Tangdai Zhengzhishi Shulun Gao Chen, Yinke 1974
2007.066.594 Book An account of the history of drug prohibition activities in China, in six chapters: 1. Drug prohibition in the Qing dynasty; 2. Prohibition policies in the Republican period; 3. The triumph of drug prohibition in New China; 4. Dying cinders burst to flame again; 5. The sword of Damocles; and 6. The people's struggle for drug prohibition. There is also a postscript. Zhongguo Jindu Fengyun Lu Hu, Shan et al 1997 Zhonggongdangshi Chubanshe
2007.066.595 Book A history of hooliganism (liumang) in China, in eight chapters: 1. The nature and historical origins of hooliganism; 2. The origins and rise to fame of ruffians; 3. Organizations of local bullies; 4. Despicable and shameless means; 5. Hooligans differentiated from other social strata; 6. Hooligans and popular culture; 7. Hooligans running rampant; and 8. An analysis of the causes of hooliganism. In addition, there is a preface and a postscript. Illustrated with historical woodcuts. Liumang Shi Lu, Deyang 1995 Shanghai Wenyi Chubanshe
2007.066.596 Book This is an account of drugs and drug prohibition in contemporary China and the world, in 16 chapters: 1. The number one problem facing humanity; 2. Common action by mankind; 3. China declares war on the "white devil"; 4. A review of China's drug prohibition war; 5. The sources of humankind's intoxification; 6. After the onslaught on China of the "golden triangle"; 7. Fatal diseases brought by drugs; 8. An occupation suddenly hugely profitable; 9. Flowers in full bloom in the sunlight [a survey of illegal drugs]; 10. Drugs: Why do you entice people?; 11. On guard: Drugs are at hand; 12. The horrible effects of drugs; 13. On guard: Drug users are at hand; 14. Warnings to drug users; 15. International drug prohibition police in action; and 16. Drug prohibition: A never-ending human struggle. Illustrated with numerous color photographs. Baise Kongbu: Zhongguo Jindu Baogao Wang, Han 1998 Zhongguo Shehui Chubanshe
2007.066.597 Book A history of drugs in China, in14 chapters: 1. Drugs and their history; 2. The spread of opium in old China; 3. The evil opium trade; 4. The flood of opium-smoking and vigorous opium suppression activities; 5. The tragic opium wars and the legalization of the opium trade; 6. Imported opium and the increasing production of opium grown in China; 7. Opium prohibition at the end of the Qing dynasty and the beginning of the Republican period; 8. Warlords and opium; 9. The spread of drugs under the Nanjing Nationalist Government's "prohibition through taxation" policy; 10. The spread of drugs under the pretense of drug prohibition; 11. Opium policy during the Sino-Japanese war; 12. Drugs during the period of the war of liberation and drug prohibition activities in New China; 13; The drug situations in Hong Kong, Taiwan, and the golden triangle; and 14. The drug situation in contemporary China and the struggle to prohibit drugs. Included also are a preface, three appendices (1. The present drug situation and drug prohibition various countries; 2. Four tables of statistics on: a. Quantities of opium and other drugs imported into China in the 19th century; b. The areas devoted to poppy growing and the quantities of locally-produced opium from 1840 to 1938; c. Estimated numbers of opium-smokers in China in various years 1839 - 1952; and d. Areas devoted to opium production for various provinces in 1928 and 1929; and 3. A bibliography of works consulted in Chinese, Japanese, and English), and a postscript. Illustrated by photographs woodcuts, graphs, and charts. Zhongguo Dupin Shi Su, Zhiliang 1997 Shanghai Renming Chubanshe
2007.066.598 Book A survey of opioid dependence and its treatment, in seven chapters: 1. The clinical pharmacology of opiods; 2. The principles of opioid dependence; 3. The bases of anesthesiology; 4. The diagnosis and treatment of opioid dependence; 5. Health and social problems after cure of opioid dependence; 6. Laboratory indications in opioid dependence; and 7. Domestic and foreign organizations and periodicals related to opioid dependence. Also included are a preface; four appendices (1. A list of narcotics subject to international control; 2. The resolution of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress on drug prohibition; 3. Procedures in compulsory drug treatment; and 4. Methods of management of narcotics); an English-Chinese glossary of terms; a bibliography; and Acknowledgements. Apianleiyaowu Yilai Xue - Mazui yu Jiedu Chen, Zhiyang 1997 Jinan Daxue Chubanshe
2007.066.599 Book A collection of 30 accounts of anti-prostitution and anti-drug activities (13 concerning prostitution and 17 concerning drugs) in various parts of China in the early years of the People's Republic. Also included are an appendix, with 11 historical documents from the period, and a postscript. Illustrated with photographs. Jinchang Jindu : Jianguo Chuqi di Lishi Huigu Ma, Huiguang 1993 Jingguan Jiaoyu Chuban he
2007.066.600 Book First published in 1994, this book analyzes the experience of Asian American in television. There are eight chapters: 1. White Christian nation; 2. Asians in the American west; 3. War against Japanese America; 4. Asian Americans and U.S. empire; 5. Southeast Asian Americans; 6. Contemporary Asian America; 7. Counterprogramming; Epilogue. Also included are a Preface, Notes, a bibliography, and an index. Monitored Peril: Asian Americans and the Politics of TV Representation Hamamoto, Darrell Y. 1997 University of Minnesota Press
2007.066.601 Book This is an account of an archaeological investigation of a 19th century Chinese gold-mining site on the Snake River in Idaho. Contents: Foreword; Preface ("Why no Chinamen are found in Twin Falls"); Chapter 1 (Ruins of a world: The Historical Background); Chapter 2 (Site Description of 10JE89, Mon-Tung); Chapter 3 (Mining Assemblage and Methodology); Chapter 4 (Artifact Assemblage and Cultural Adaptations); Chapter 5 (Observations and Interpretive Speculations); Plates; Opium Can Stamps; List of Figures; References Cited; Acknowledgments; Notes. Ruins of a World: Chinese Gold Mining at the Mon-Tung Site in the Snake River Canyon James, Ronald L. 1995 U.S. Department of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management
2007.066.602 Booklet This small pamphlet offers equivalences between simplified and traditional Chinese characters. Character correspondences can be accessed by pinyin romanization, by the simplified characters, and by the traditional forms. Jianhuazi Zongbiao Jianzi 1965 Wenzi Gaige Chubanshe
2007.066.603 Book This is a collection of 15 articles by as many authors, on Asian American cinematic history, in three main sections: 1. Asian American Bodies; 2. Histories of Asian American Cinema; 3. Asian American Film and Video in Context. There is also an Introduction by the editor. Contents: Filming "Chinatown" : fake visions, bodily transformations / Sabine Haenni -- The early years : Asians in the American films prior to World War II (excerpt, with a new introduction) / Eugene Franklin Wong -- The desiring of Asian female bodies : interracial romance and cinematic subjection / Laura Hyun-Yi Kang -- A history of progress : Asian American media arts centers, 1970-1990 / Stephen Gong -- Identity and difference in "Filipino/a American" media arts / Rolando B. Tolentino -- A peculiar sensation : a personal genealogy of Korean American women's cinema / Helen Lee -- Historical consciousness and the viewer : Who killed Vincent Chin? / Bill Nichols -- The politics of video memory : electronic erasures and inscriptions / Marita Sturken -- Being Chinese American, becoming Asian American : Chan is missing / Peter X Feng -- Emigrants twice displaced : race, color, and identity in Mira Nair's Mississippi Masala / Binita Mehta -- Surname Viet given name Nam : spreading rumors & ex/changing histories / Linda Peckham -- Good clean Fung / Thomas Waugh -- "From the multitude of narratives-- for another telling for another recitation" : constructing and re-constructing Dictee and Memory/all echo / Jennifer Guarino-Trier -- Coming out into the global system : postmodern patriarchies and transnational sexualities in The wedding banquet / Mark Chiang -- On Fire / Gayatri Gopinath. Screening Asian Americans Feng, Peter X., ed. 2002 Rutgers University Press
2007.066.604 Book Part I: Asian American actors in New York City (1.Aspiring Actors; 2. Veteran Actors; 3. Talent Brokers; 4. Summary of Interviews with New York Asian American Actors); Part II: Asian American Actors in San Francisco and Los Angeles (5. Aspiring Actors in California; 6. Veteran Actors in California). Asian American Actors: Oral Histories from Stage, Screen, and Television Lee, Joann Faung Jean 2000 McFarland and Company, Inc., Publishers
2007.066.605 Book A history of the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882 which made the Chinese the first immigrant group officially excluded from the United States. Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction: Identity and Exclusion; 1. Legislating Exclusion; 2. Challenges to Exclusion; 3. Entry Despite Exclusion; 4. Guardians of the Gate; 5. Legacies; Notes; Bibioography; Index. Paper Families: Identity, Immigration Administration, and Chinese Exclusion Lau, Estelle T. 2006 Duke University Press
2007.066.606 Book A collection of 10 articles on workers' lives in Hong Kong: 1. Among the Unemployed, by Wen Chu; 2. Yang Ying's Family, by Qing Ping; 3. A Family Beset by Gambling and Drugs, by Li Fang; 4. Even With Many Skills it's Hard to Get By, by Zhuo Qi, 5. The Misery of Tsing Yi Tong, by Hua Qiang, 6. In the "Huali" Bar, by He Xiang, 7. The Tragedy of Afeng, by Lu Ming; 8. Miracle at Sea, by Wei Zhi; 9. Behing the Highrises, by Li Hui; and 10. Mini-bus drivers and Prohibited Zones, by Zhou Yiqiu. Subujin de Xuelei : Xianggang Gongren Shenghuo Shilu 1976 Xianggang Chaoyang Chubanshe
2007.066.607 Book First published in 1926, this handbook of Chinese customs by the Jesuit priest Henri Dore has nine chapters: 1. Supersititions concerning children; 2. Engagement and marriage; 3. Illness; 4. Death and funerals; 5. Inventory of a Chinese house; 6. Divinatory practices and vain observances; 7. Cults of false divinities; 8. Calendar of superstitious holidays; and 9. Superstitions peculiar to each province. There is an introduction, an index, a table of corrigenda, and a table of correspondences of three romanization systems; pinyin, Wade, and that used by the Ecole Francaise d'Extreme-Orient. Characters are provided for the Chinese terms. Manuel des superstitions chinoises; ou, Petit indicateur des superstitions les plus communes en Chine Dore, H. 1970 University of Paris
2007.066.608 Book An enclyclopedic dictionary of Chinese history, in three volumes (shang, A-J; zhong, K-T; and xia, T-Z). Entries are in alphabetic order of pinyin romanization, but there is also a character index ordered by stroke number and the shape of first strokes. This is the second printing; the first was in 2008. Zhongguo Lishi Dacidian (Yinxu Ben) 2008 Shanghai Cishu Chubanshe
2007.066.609 Book A study of the ethnology of the Pearl River area in Guangdong Province, in six chapters: 1. An Outline of the cultures of ethnic groups in the Pearl River area; 2. Regional cultures in the Pearl River area; 3. Fieldwork research among ethnic societies in the Pearl River area; 4. Changes in the cultures of ethnic societies in the Pearl River area; 5. Interactions and integration among regional cultures in the Pearl River area; and 6. Special topics in the study of ethnic groups and regional culture in the Pearl River area. Included also are an introduction, a bibliography, and a postscript. Zhujiang Liuyu de Zuqun yu Quyuwenhua Yanjiu Zhou, Daming 2007 Zhongshan Daxue Chubanshe
2007.066.610 Book This is an account of the history, architecture, and culture of the "Five Districts" region in Guangdong Province, China. The "Five Districts" (Wuyi; Ng Yap) comprise Xinhui (Sun Wui), Taishan (Toi San), Kaiping (Hoi Ping), Enping (Yan Ping), and Heshan (Hok San). This area (also known as the "Four Districts", Sze Yup, or Sze Yap) is the homeland of the vast majority of the overseas Chinese who came to the Americas in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The book has 10 chapters: 1. From the "Four Districts" to the "Five Districts"; 2. Three great scholars; 3. The adventursome emigrants to America; 4. The ancestral villages of the emigrants; 5. Western-style buildings in the countryside; 6. The watchtowers of Hoiping [Kaiping]; 7. European-style commercial towns and market squares; 8. "In villages, age holds first place" [a quote from Mengzi]; 9. A fading culture; and 10. An enduring tradition. An afterword is titles "Though scattered to the ends of the earth, all yearn for their ancestral place." Illustrated with numerous color and black-and-white photographs, maps, and drawings. Lingnan Wuyi Zhang, Guoxiong 2005 Shenghuo dushu xinzhi sanlian shudian
2007.066.611 Book This is a 2005 revised and updated version of a book that was first published in 1996. Its 11 chapters include: 1. Introduction; 2. Macau and the world economy; 3. The rise of a Macau civil society; 4. Macau and the sovereignty question; 5. Macau's rentier economy; 6. Macau in the age of revolution; 7. Wartime Macau; 8. Postwar economic transformation; 9. Postwar political Development; 10. Towards 1999: Macau and China; and 11. Conclusion. Illustrated, and with a bibliography and index. Encountering Macau: A Portuguese City-state on the Periphery of China, 1557-1999 Gunn, Geoffrey C. 2005 Geoffrey C. Gunn
2007.066.612 Book This dictionary, with 71,300 entries, is alphabetically ordered by pinyin romanization of the Chinese terms. Its focus is on modern Chinese, and simplified characters are used. There is an introduction, a user's guide, and nine appendices: I. Basic rules for Hanyu Pinyin orthography; II. Historical chronology; III. Analytic summary of transcription systems; IV. Wage-Giles/pinyin comparative table; V. PY/WG/GR/YR/ZF comparative table; VI. Radical index of traditional Characters; VII. Stroke order list of recurrent partials; VIII. Stroke order index of characters with obscure radicals; and IX. Radical index of simplified characters. ABC Chinese-English Dictionary DeFrancis, John, ed. 1996 University of Hawaii Press
2007.066.613 Book First published in 1953, this book contains 12 chapters: 1. Personal account; 2. Your Chinese roots; 3. Historical background and emigration; 4. Across to the Nanyang; 5. The Chinese in America; 6. The Chinese in Australia, New Zealand and Britain; 7. Chinese traditional associations; 8. Traditional associations in America; 9. Traditional associations in Australia, New Zealand and Britain; 10. Your ancestral homeland; 11. Your dialect group; and 12. About surnames and their origins. Also included are a conclusion, the Chinese dynastic cycle, a transliteration chart, traditional associations in Singapore; a bibliography, acknowledgements, and index, and "About the author." Illustrated with photos, maps, and drawings. Your Chinese Roots: The Overseas Chinese Story Tan, Thomas Tsu-wee 1987 Heian International, Inc.
2007.066.614 Book Chiang Yee (Jiang Yi; May 19, 1903 ? October 26, 1977), self-styled as "The Silent Traveller", was a Chinese poet, author, painter and calligrapher. ?I am but a silent traveller,? Chiang Yee is quoted as saying. ?In my books, I record my impressions and experiences, in words and in paint, preserving so far as my powers permit, the mood and feeling of the occasion. This is the Ching-hua-shui-jueh, reflecting the flower in the mirror or the moon on the water. Flowers fade, the moon wanes, but the reflections were real while they lasted. It is experiences no more substantial than this that I seek to describe.? In this book the author describes his impressions of San Francisco and its environs in 25 whimsically-titled chapters. Illustrated with color reproductions of 16 of Chiang's paintings and over 50 black-and-white drawings. The Silent Traveller in San Francisco: Sanfanshi Huaji Chiang, Yee 1964 W.W. Norton and Company, Inc.
2007.066.615 Book This is an index of the English translations for the Chinese headwords in A Chinese-English Dictionary Compiled for the China Inland Mission by R. H. Mathews, Shanghai: China Inland Mission and Presbyterian Mission Press, 1931. Mathews' Chinese-English Dictionary: Revised English Index Mathews, Robert Henry 1964 Harvard University Press
2007.066.616 Book A novel about the life of Henry Park. "Henry is the quintessential Korean-American, yet much of his Korean heritage resonates through his voice, personality, and beliefs. His Korean upbringing still shows up in his adult life. Like many American immigrants trying to find an identity in a foreign land, Henry is an ??emotional alien?stranger [and] follower?? who constantly feels isolated from the country in which he lives and also the country from which he came. Even though he is almost completely Americanized, Henry Park has trouble adapting to the U.S. There are many challenges that come with fitting in to American life because of the difference in culture, beliefs, behavior; and because of the desire to still hold on to one?s heritage." -- Wikipedia. Native Speaker Lee, Chang-rae 1996 Riverhead Books
2007.066.617 Book A novel set in Macau. Daniel Carney (1944?1987) was a Zimbabwean novelist. born in Beirut, in 1963 he settled in Rhodesia and joined the British South Africa Police, where he served for three and a half years. In 1968 he co-founded the real-estate firm Fox and Carney in Salisbury, Rhodesia. Three of his novels have been made into films. -- Wikipedia. Macau Carney, Daniel 1985 Kensington Publishing Corp.
2007.066.618 Book This book contains a foreword on fish poisoning; an introduction; the parts of a fish; identification of fish; and the commercial fish fauna. The latter section covers nine fish families; I. Ambassidae (glassy perchlets); II. Serranidae (groupers, coral-trouts, coral-cods, sea-perches); III. Lobotidae (tripletails); IV. Theraponidae (tigerfishes); V. Priacanthidae (big-eyes); VI. Lactaridae (whitefish); VII. Carangidae (crevalles, scads, amberjacks, talangs, threadfishes, pampanos, pilotfishes); VIII. Rachycentridae (cobia); and Menidae (moonfish). Color and black-and-white illustrations. Also included are photographs and descriptions of the major types of fishing boats used in Hong Kong waters. Chinese characters and Cantonese pronunciations are provided. Marine Fishes of Hong Kong: Part I Chan, W.L. 1968 Hong Kong Government Press
2007.066.619 Book More than 50 pages of full color photographs and more than 100 pages in black-and-white, taken in various parts of China in 1965. The Three Banners of China Riboud, Marc 1966 Joh. Enschede en Zonen N.V.
2007.066.620 Book Contents: Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. The Nineteenth-Century American City; 2. The Chinese Presence in Oregon; 3. Enforcement of the Chinese Exclusion in Oregon; 4. Peopling the Chinese Community of Oregon; 5. This Place Called Chinatown; Epilogue: Ghettos, Enclaves, and Non-Claves; Appendix: Occupations of Portland's Chinese, 1860-1910; Notes; Bibliography; Index. Illustrated with photographs, maps, and tables. Sweet Cakes, Long Journey: The Chinatowns of Portland, Oregon Wong, Marie Rose 2004 University of Washington Press
2007.066.621 Book Contents: A Note on Terminology and Spelling; Introduction; 1. The Extent of Opiate Addiction; 2. Addiction of Opium and Morphine; Addiction to Smoking Opium; 4. Addiction of Heroin; 5. The Transformation of the Opiate Addict; Appendix Addiction Rate and City Size; Abbreviations; Notes; Bibliography; Index. Charts and tables. Dark Paradise: Opiate Addiction in America before 1940 Courtwright, David T. 1982 Harvard University Press
2007.066.622 Book Contents: Tables; The M.I.T. East Asian Science Series; Foreword; Introduction: Systems of Correspondence in Chinese Medicine; 1. Basic Standards of Value: Yin and Yang and the Five Evocative Phases; 2. Standards of Value for Phenomena of Macrocosmic Dimensions: Phase Energetics; 3. Standards of Value for Phenomena of Microcosmic Dimensions, I: Orbisiconography; 4. Standard of Value for Phenomena of Microcosmic Dimensions, II: Sinarteriology and Foraminology; Selected Bibliography; Index. Illustrated with charts and drawings; Chinese characters provided. The Theoretical Foundations of Chinese Medicine: Systems of Correspondence Porkert, Manfred 1974 The MIT Press
2007.066.623 Book This dictionary is intended for Chinese-speaking students of the English language. Contents: Preface; Guide to the Use of the Dictionary; Radical Index; Index of Syllables of Hanyupinyin (the Phonetic Transcriptions of Chinese Characters); The body of the dictionary [arranged alphabetically by pinyin]; and 10 appendices. The latter include 1. The Original Complex Forms of Chinese Characters and Their Simplificed Versions; 2. Scheme for the Chinese Phonetic Alphabet; 3. Chinese Phonetic Alphabet and Wade System; 4. Consonants and Vowels of the Chinese Phonetic Alphabet and their Corresponding International Phonetic Symbols; 5. Countries, Regions, Capitals and Currencies; 6. A Brief Chinese Chronology; 7. A Table of Chemical Elements; 8. Units of Weights and Measures; 9. The Heavenly Stems and Earthly Branches; and 10. The Twenty-four Solar Terms. Han Ying Cidian: A Chinese-English Dictionary 1990 Shang wu yin shu guan
2007.066.624 Booklet A discussion of ritual, symbolism, and customary law in traditional Chinese marriage by a well-known British anthropologist. Rites and Duties, or Chinese Marriage: An Inaugural Lecture delivered 26 January 1967 Freedman, Maurice 1967 The London School of Economics
2007.066.625 Booklet Six essays on the use of Marxist philosophy attributed to workers and peasants. Contents: 1. Raising Peanut Yields, by Yao Shih-chang; 2. Applying Philosophy in Transport, by the crew of a 150-ton trailer truck, Shanghai; 3. Weather Keepers for the Revolution, by Chungtso County Weather Station Workers, Kwangsi Chuang Autonomous Region; 4. Keeping Vegetables Fresh, by the Peking Chungwen District Vegetable Station Scientific Experiment Group; 5. Patients with Broken Backs Walk Again, by the Peking Hospital of Traditional Medicine, Paraplegia Group; and 6. Delivering Dead Letters, by Chao Ching-chuan. Illustrated. Serving the People with Dialectics: Essays on the Study of Philosophy 1972 Foreign Languages Press
2007.066.626 Book This dictionary uses the Yale Romanization for transcribing Cantonese. The conversion table of Romanization gives Meyer-Wempe and International Phonetic Alphabet equivalents, but not those for Jyutping (developed in 1993) or Sydney Lau's system. Contents: Preface; Introduction (Pronunciation Guide, Grammatical Notations); A Dictionary of Cantonese (English-Cantonese, Cantonese-English, Character Index); A List of Geographical Names and Common Chinese Surnames; Conversion table of romanization; List of Books Consulted. Cantonese Dictionary: Cantonese-English English-Cantonese Huang, Parker Po-fei 1970 Yale University Press
2007.066.627 Book This is "the first book devoted entirely to both Chinese immigrants and the American immigration officials who sought to keep them out. Erika Lee explores how Chinese exclusion laws not only transformed Chinese American lives, immigration patterns, identities, and families but also recast the United States into a 'gatekeeping nation.' Immigrant identification, border enforcement, survaillance, and deportation policies were extended far beyound any controls that has existed in the United States before." -- from the back cover. Contents: PART I: CLOSING THE GATES: 1. The Chinese Are Coming. How Can We Stop Them?; 2. The Keepers of the Gate; PART II: AT AMERICA'S GATES: 3. Exclusion Acts; 4. One Hundred Kinds of Oppressive Laws; PART III: CRACKS IN THE GATE: 5. Enforcing the Borders; 6. The Crooked Path; PART IV: THE CONSEQUENCES AND LEGACIES OF EXCLUSION: 7. In the Shadow of Exclusion; Epilogue: Echoes of Exclusion in the Late Twentieth Century; and Afterword: Following September 11, 2001. With tables, drawings, and photographs. At America's Gates: Chinese Immigration During the Exclusion Era, 1882-1943 Lee, Erika 2003 The University of North Carolina Press
2007.066.628 Book This is a collection of 21 Taiwanese folk and other songs. Musical notation is provided,as are lyrics in Chinese characters representing the Taiwanese language (Minnan, or Southern Min). Also included is a glossary of musical terms and a list of musical keys used. Song titles are given in both Chinese and English. Taiwan Minggequ Ji, Diyi Ji: The Most Favorite Taiwanese Songs, 1 Liu, Qingxiang 1974 Central Music Publishing Co.
2007.066.629 Book "Arguing that the pattern of residential development in Hong Kong today is the cumulative result of historical forces this study first outlines the Colony's struggle to provide homes for its people over the past 130 years. Attention is then paid to the last ten years, when 'the Past meets the Present' and finally to the next decade, with its plans for the creation of further new towns, which hopefully will go a long way to solving current problems." -- from the back cover. Contents: 1. Introduction; 2. The Problem Takes Root: 1841-1881; 3. The Chadwick Report; 4. Prelude to Disaster: 1882 - 1894; 5. The Great Plague of 1894 and Remedial Action; 6. Chadwick Returns and New Reforms; 7. The Inter-War Years: 1918 - 1940; 8. The Period of Transition: 1945 - 1961; 9. The Past Meets the Present: 1962 - 1972; 10. Looking Ahead; and 11. References. With charts, maps, tables, drawings, and numerous photographs. Housing in Hong Kong Pryor, E.G. 1973 Oxford University Press
2007.066.630 Book Contents: Preface; A Word from the Supervisor; 1. The Approach Stated; 2. The Research Design; 3. Summary and Analysis of the Findings; 4. Summary, Conclusions, and Policy Recommendations; Notes; Bibliography; and Appendices. The latter include Photographs of selected Districts; Tabular Summaries of the 1971 Hong Kong Census; Preparation of Data Package for SYMAP Program; and Preparation of PL/1 Program for Printing Tables. With numerous figures, maps, tables, and selected photographs. Urban Analysis with Computers: The Case of Hong Kong Wong, David Oi-Yee 1974 The Chinese University of Hong Kong
2007.066.631 Book An account of marriage in ancient China, in nine chapters: 1. An overview of marriage; 2. The forms of marriage; 3. Restrictions on marriage; 4. The annulment of marriage; 5. The systems of marriage; 6. The marriage ceremony; 7. The effect of marriage; 8. The marriage relationship; and 9. The supports for marriage. Zhongguo Gudai Hunyin Shi Chen, Guyuan 1964 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.632 Book An outline of linguistics, in six chapters: 1. An outline of linguistics; 2. The nature and origins of language; 3. The formation of language; 4. The organization of language; 5. The categorization of languages, and language families around the world; and 6. Language change. Yuyanxue Gailun Zhang, Shilu 1968 Taiwan Zhonghua Shuzhu
2007.066.633 Book The "Book of Lord Shang,", a Warring States period classic of the the legalist philosophical school. Shangjun Shu Shang, Yang; Yan, Wanli, editor 1956 Taiwan Shangwu Yinshuguan
2007.066.634 Book This short manual of community development is a translation of an Official Program Publication (No. 37 6/71) of the Junior Chamber of Commerce International. Contents: Foreword; Preface; the goals of the Junior Chamber of Commerce International's promotion of commnity development plans; How to establish a community development plan; The cycle of community development; Step one: research; Step two: analysis; Step three: planning; Step four: action; Step five: evaluation; How to inspire the participation of others; The Junior Chamber of Commerce International's inquiry center; Preparing for community research; and bibliography. Ruhe Tuixing Shequ Fazhan Xu, Zemin editor 1972 Taibei Guoji Qingnian Shanghui
2007.066.635 Book Contents: Chapter one: Introduction; Chapter two: The process of land reform in Taiwan; Chapter three: The influence of land reform on agricultural development; Chapter four: The influence of land reform on the social system; Chapter five: The influence of land reform on social relationships in rural villages; Chapter six: The influence of land reform on rural education; Chapter seven: The influence of land reform on politics; Chapter eight: The influence of land reform on farmers' lives; Chapter nine: Two case studies of families influenced by land reform; Chapter ten: Conclusion; Appendix: Records of the Commission on Rural Tenancy's mediation of tenancy disputes; and Bibliography. Taiwan nong di gai ge dui she hui jing ji ying xiang de yan jiu Cai, Hongjin 1967 Jia xin shui ni gong si wen hua ji jin hui
2007.066.636 Book This is a translation of Official Program Publication No. 22 3/71 of the Junior Chamber of Commerce International. Contents: Preface; For the future of our world -- Searching for a mode of survival; An analysis of the issue -- Pollution on all fronts; Air pollution; Water pollution; pollution of the earth; Noise pollution; and What must be done: Research, analysis, planning, action, evaluation. Ruhe Zhizhi Huanjing Wuran Xu, Zemin, editor 1972 Taibeishi Guoji Qingnian Shanghui
2007.066.637 Book This is the story of the educational experiences of a female middle-school physics teacher in the People's Republic of China who started college in 1954. Titles of sections: University in the 50s -- dancing, talk of love; The divide between "putting on shoes and socks" and "trampling barefoot in the mud"; Educational philosophy will naturally reveal itself in the classroom; The teacher's heavy burden -- some say "down with the teachers, up with the workers"; Running into trouble, how could I stay passive?; Learning from the workers with an open mind; A concrete example of holding class in a factory; A new breakthrough -- building our own hydroelectric station; Exhortation from a solicitous poor peasant; The more everyone took it seriously, the more scared I got; Testing the hydroelectric generator -- the nail-biting time arrives; The tears gush forth; A new task quickly presents itself; Is the headmaster's idea right or wrong?; Taking the students to the village to build the hydroelectric station; How can I take this step, and how can the students follow?; Those intellectuals who can take us seriously are truly treasures; A "grannie" asks us what we're up to; Struggling in a 12-force typhoon; Society's views of the schools basically change; The change in the teachers' thought is quite marked; In the factories, and in the fields, how to foster a Hua Luogeng [China's best-known mathematician]; Teacher Wang's negative opposition, his devotion instead to raising his barnyard animals; Fervor in the school-run factory; Electroplating nose-rings for cattle, saving on brass; As soon as results are achieved, contradictions arise; Should the small factories continue? A question that leads to controversy; Enabling each student to get practical experience in the small factories; Mishap in the nail factory; Passing repeated tests, the school factories stand firm; Some say that the students turned out after the cultural revolution lack in quality; Gathering up the courage to step into the leech pit; In traveling the new road of education, one must traverse three passes; One can't become expert at new things all at once; In herding cattle and catching pigs, one must begin at the beginning; In learning acupuncture, try the needle on yourself; The educational reolution is still ongoing, and may repeat itself again and again. Zai Xin de Jiaoyu Daolu Shang: He Yiwei Zhongguo Nongcun Jiaoshi de Tanhua Lin, Zhigang 1976 Qi shi nian dai za zhi she
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