Author: Chi Wang
The collection begins with Sun's famous letter to Viceroy Li Hung-chang in 1894 (instructing him in how to reform China) and concludes with his farewell address to the graduating class of the Whampoa Military Academy in Canton in 1924, one ...
Author: Vários Autores
Publisher: Hoover Inst Press
Category: Business & Economics
For the first time, more than forty selected writings of Sun Yat-sen, the father of the Republic of China, have been collected and translated into English. The writings, which span his entire political career (from 1894 to 1924), are accompanied by explanatory notes and an introduction that discusses the historical context and significance of Sun Yat-sen's thought. Sun Yat-sen is still revered in both the Republic of China on Taiwan and the People's Republic of China. The living legacy of Sun's thought is evident on Taiwan, where since 1949 the Kuomintang (KMT) party has applied his principles to create a modern Chinese society and, in the process, forged an economic and political miracle based on pluralistic marketplaces. On mainland China, Sun is recognized as a leader of early twentieth-century China whose ideas were a catalyst for revolutionary action. The collection begins with Sun's famous letter to Viceroy Li Hung-chang in 1894 (instructing him in how to reform China) and concludes with his farewell address to the graduating class of the Whampoa Military Academy in Canton in 1924, one year before his death (the speech argues that KMT members should submit to party discipline). The lectures, speeches, and essays cover the breadth and span of Sun's vision for a strong modern China and trace the refinements in the cornerstone of his doctrine, the Three Principles of the People. The Three Principles of the People were first conceived in 1906 as the guiding precepts for Sun's revolutionary organization. The Principle of Nationalism addressed the problem of foreign domination and the restoration of national sovereignty; the Principle of Democracy was a plan for empowering the people to govern themselves; and the Principle of the People's Livelihood dealt with economic reforms for free markets that would distribute income equitably. As evidenced in Sun's writings, his expression of these principles significantly changed over the years as he considered Western concepts and contemporary influences and movements, including the socialist revolution in Russia. He tried to fit those new ideas into a framework that did not ignore traditional Chinese ideals and values derived from Confucianism. Sun Yat-sen last enunciated his principles in 1923 in a series of lectures in Canton. The expression of his ideas had an added dimension that dealt with practical applicability, moving from the definition of philosophical and political ends to revised means for achieving those ends. For instance, he modified his Principle of Democracy, insisting that a period of political tutelage, with authoritarian one-party rule, was necessary before China could achieve representative government. This first-rate translation of Sun's important speeches and documents allows Western audiences to savor his unique, idiomatic style and trace the evolution of his ideas as he grappled with the tensions in the path toward China's salvation. It is a measure of Sun's prescience that his ideas are as relevant and resonant today as they were at the beginning of the century.
Ann Arbor , Center for Chinese Studies , University of Michigan , 1971 . 183p . (
Michigan papers in Chinese studies , no . 11 ) . Cf . entry 168 . 1130 WANG CHI .
Chinese history : selected works in English ; a preliminary bibliography .
Author: Ts'un-hsün Ch'ien
Category: Bibliographical literature
Ô Chômei zenshû ; £ * * * ( Complete works of Wang Jingwei ) , Kawakami Jun '
ichi , tr . , Tôa kôronsha , 1939 - . Poems of Wang Ching - wei , Seyuan Shu , tr . ,
into English with a preface and notes , Allen & Unwin , 1938 . Wang Jingwei ...
Author: Endymion Porter Wilkinson
Publisher: Harvard Univ Asia Center
Endymion Wilkinson's bestselling manual of Chinese history has long been an indispensable guide to all those interested in the civilization and history of China. In this latest edition, now in a bigger format, its scope has been dramatically enlarged by the addition of one million words of new text. Twelve years in the making, the new manual introduces students to different types of transmitted, excavated, and artifactual sources from prehistory to the twentieth century. It also examines the context in which the sources were produced, preserved, and received, the problems of research and interpretation associated with them, and the best, most up-to-date secondary works. Because the writing of history has always played a central role in Chinese politics and culture, special attention is devoted to the strengths and weaknesses of Chinese historiography.
annotators of the Complete Works (IV, 533) have evidently made a mistake in
dating this as 1913. ... [Compare Selected Works (English), III, 117.] 49 Ibid. ... 59
History of Chinese Literature (Chung-kuo wen-hsüeh shih) (Peking, 1959), IV,
Author: V. I. Semanov
Category: Literary Criticism
Originally published in 1980, Alber’s translation of Semanov’s study aimed to contribute to the studies of Chinese literature and the knowledge of Lu Hsün’s work to an English-speaking reader. Lu Hsün was an influential democrat and humanist in early twentieth Century China and his work had a great influence on literature in China. Semanov therefore attempted to place his life and work in the context of his literary predecessors as well as commenting on his world view, his teaching and place in history. This title will be of interest to students of Asian studies and Literature.
This fourth volume of Selected Works of D. T. Suzuki brings together a range of Suzuki’s writings in the area of Buddhist studies.
Author: Daisetsu Teitaro Suzuki
Publisher: University of California Press
Daisetsu Teitarо̄ Suzuki was a key figure in the introduction of Buddhism to the non-Asian world. Many outside Japan encountered Buddhism for the first time through his writings and teaching, and for nearly a century his work and legacy have contributed to the ongoing religious and cultural interchange between Japan and the rest of the world, particularly the United States and Europe. This fourth volume of Selected Works of D. T. Suzuki brings together a range of Suzuki’s writings in the area of Buddhist studies. Based on his text-critical work in the Chinese canon, these essays reflect his commitment to clarifying Mahāyāna Buddhist doctrines in Indian, Chinese, and Japanese historical contexts. Many of these innovative writings reflect Buddhological discourse in contemporary Japan and the West’s pre-war ignorance of Mahāyāna thought. Included is a translation into English for the first time of his "Mahāyāna Was Not Preached by Buddha." In addition to editing the essays and contributing the translation, Mark L. Blum presents an introduction that examines how Suzuki understood Mahāyāna discourse via Chinese sources and analyzes his problematic use of Sanskrit.
Therefore, when the American troops started a counteroffensive on 25 January
1951, Peng Dehuai, the Chinese commander, proposed a ... Zhou Enlai waijiao
wenxuan (Selected Diplomatic Papers of Zhou Enlai, Beijing: The Central Press
of Historical Documents, 1990). ... English translations of these previously
released documents, see Stuart Schram, ed., Chairman Mao Talks to the People:
Talks and ...
Author: James G. Hershberg
Publisher: DIANE Publishing
Covers recently released historical materials on Cold War history emerging from previously inaccessible sources on "the other side" -- the former Communist bloc. Covers: Stalin's conversations with Chinese leaders, 1949-1953; new evidence on the Korean War; new Chinese sources (CCP foreign relations, the 2nd historical archives of China); new evidence on Sino-Soviet relations; new evidence on Sino-American relations (Taiwan Straits crisis of 1958; Khrushchev's nuclear promise to Beijing); new evidence on Vietnam/Indochina wars.
Selected tributed to the military defeat of the Chinese works ” are useful , but only
in a highly lim - troops on the Korean battlefield in spring ited sense . ... the
writing of Party history at a crucial point of the Korean War , and in China remains
a business primarily de - reflected the goals ... For English translations of these
previously released CCP leadership had made the decision to documents , see
Category: Cold War
Chinese history : selected works in English ; a preliminary bibliography .
Washington : Dept. of History , Georgetown University , 1970 [ i.e. 1971 ] 105p .
Wing , Donald G. Short - title catalogue of books printed in England , Scotland ,
Category: Library science
They are Chinese because they were born Chinese and live and work in the
PRC, and that identity does not require them ... and now collected in his official
Selected Works (English edition published Beijing: Foreign Languages Press,
Author: Timothy Cheek
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A vivid account of Chinese intellectuals across the twentieth century that provides a guide to making sense of China today.
24 , 23 , and Selected Works of Lenin , Chinese edition , vol . 3 , 863 , n . 10 .
Emphasis in original . 3 . Karl Marx , and Engels , Collected Works , English
edition , vol . 10 , 281 , 287 . 4 . Excerpted from Trotsky ' s History of the Russian ...
Author: Thomas Barrett
Publisher: Humanities Press International
The reader may find their logic persuasive. The articles on which this book is based originally appeared in the October Review, a revolutionary socialist magazine published in Hong Kong.
An Outline of the Tectonic Characteristic: of Chlna(in Chinese with English
abstract) . ... Special Papers on Geology for international Exchange prepared for
26th international Geological Congr.1,Tectonlc Geology and Geomechanics(in
Chinese with English ... 603- 6l0|China Historical Materials of Science and
"This volume includes 5 articles, viz. Mesozoic Orogenic Movements in the Pinghsiang Coalfield, Kiangsi, the first report on the Indosinian movement in China, On major Tectonic Forms of China, a classic on the tectonics of China and three major representative articles on the tectonics of China published in the 1960's. 1970's and 1980's, also appearing in their original English form."--Editorial.
HISTORICAL REFERENCES IN MAO'S SELECTED WORKS The four volumes of
SELECTED WORKS OF which deals with ... The fourth , covering the post - war
ences to past Chinese history and Chinese years up to the end of September
1949 , was wisdom , mostly military strategical wisdom . not published till 1960. ...
to be found in the 1965 Closer study of Mao's references to English edition of Vol
Every 25th number is an index to the preceding 24 numbers. Cumulative lists of contents in various numbers.
The third volume of the Selected Works of Lu Hsun has appeared in English
translation . This is an important publishing event . Important not only because Lu
Hsun ( 1881-1936 ) is the outstanding figure in the history of modern Chinese ...
Category: Union catalogs
Includes entries for maps and atlases.
Library. 1838.37805 Ch 5 Chinese history Bibliographies - Continued Ch 5.75
Massachusetts Institute of Technology , Center for International Studies . A
selected ... Selected works in English for topical study of modern China , 1840-
Author: Harvard University. Library
"This important volume adds a significant number of new and unique materials for teachers at all levels of higher education to use in classroom and seminar discussion about the issues of gender, society, and religion in imperial China.
Author: Susan Mann
"This important volume adds a significant number of new and unique materials for teachers at all levels of higher education to use in classroom and seminar discussion about the issues of gender, society, and religion in imperial China."--Benjamin Elman, author of A Cultural History of Civil Examinations in Late Imperial China "The eighteen primary documents in this anthology, all of them translated for the first time, provide a rich array of sources on the lives of women in China's past. The anthology is important not only for the selection of documents but for the ways it suggests we can think about, and find sources about, women in China. It is must reading for scholars and students alike."--Ann Waltner, author of The World of a Late Ming Visionary: T'an-Yang-Tzu and Her Followers
Chinese Historical Writings Available in English Of great importance as a primary
source on the history of China ' s revolution and the successful application of
MarxismLeninism to its problems are the Selected Works of Mao Tsetung of
Author: Israel Epstein
British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Mao Tse - tung Selected works of
Mao Tse - tung . Vol . V 1 . China - History - 1900 ... volume is the authorized
English translation of the first Chinese edition of the fifth volume of the Selected
Works of Mao Tse - tung , published in April 1977 by the People ' s Publishing
Author: Zedong Mao
Publisher: Franklin Book Company
China - History - 1900- - Addresses , essays , lectures 2. ... 77-30659 ISBN 0-08-
022981-6 ISBN 0-08-022262-5 Set of 5 vols This volume is an English translation
of the second Chinese edition of the second volume of the Selected Works of ...
Author: Mao Tse-Tung
Publisher: Franklin Book Company