Chinese Culture

Material Culture in Europe and China

Material Culture in Europe and China, 1400–1800

This book reinterprets the rise of consumerism in terms of interaction between Europe and China 1400-1800.

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Studies in Chinese and Islamic Art

Studies in Chinese and Islamic Art: Chinese art

Basil Gray’s publications on Chinese and Islamic art have done much to introduce these subjects to a European public. This first volume deals with Chinese painting and luxury art.

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Images of Women in Chinese Thought and Culture

Images of Women in Chinese Thought and Culture

This rich collection of writings–many translated especially for this volume and some available in English for the first time–provides a journey through the history of Chinese culture, tracing the Chinese understanding of women as elucidated in writings spanning more than two thousand years.

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Postmodernism and China

Postmodernism and China

Few countries have been so transformed in recent decades as China. With a dynamically growing economy and a rapidly changing social structure, China challenges the West to understand the nature of its modernization.

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China

Diversity is the spice of life, and the highly regarded Cultures of the World series celebrates just that in fully updated, and expanded editions.

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China

An internationally recognized authority on Chinese history and a leading innovator in its telling, Cho-yun Hsu constructs an original portrait of Chinese culture.

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Horæ sinicæ: translations from the popular literature of the Chinese-robert-morrison

“Horæ sinicæ” by Robert Morrison, 1812

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