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Kerr: Kiln Sites of Ancient China. Paperback

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  • Kiln Sites of Ancient China. Recent Finds of Pottery and Porcelain.
  • Hughes-Stanton & Kerr
  • Pb., 170 pages a4
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Gates: China's Motor. A Thousand Years of Petty Capitalism. Cloth

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  • China's Motor. A Thousand Years of Petty Capitalism. Cloth
  • by Hill Gates
  • x, 326 pages, sources, general index and index of place names. 1996

Gimm: Chinesische Dramen der Yüan-Dynastie. Paperback

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  • Chinesische Dramen der Yüan-Dynastie: Zehn nachgelassene Übersetzungen von Alfred Forke. Paperback
  • Herausgegeben und eingeleitet von Martin Gimm
  • xix, 616 Seiten, mit Register. 1978

Girardot: Daoism and Ecology. Ways Within a Cosmic Landscape

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  • Daoism and Ecology. Ways Within a Cosmic Landscape
  • by N.J. Girardot
  • 546 pages. 2001. In this text the editors present both a scholarly understanding of the complexities of the Daoist tradition and a critical exploration of its contribution to recent environmental concerns. This installment features 28 contributions, some of which look at specific Daoist writings like the Scripture of Great Peace and the Scripture of Unconscious Unification. Other offerings examine Daoism through contemporary trends as fengshui, deep ecology, wilderness, and environmental ethics

Golany: Chinese Earth-Sheltered Dwellings. Indigenous Lessons for Modern Urban Design. Hardcover

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  • Chinese Earth-Sheltered Dwellings. Indigenous Lessons for Modern Urban Design. Hardcover. ca. 22x29 cm
  • by Gideon S. Golany
  • xix, 178 pages, with 124 figures, 7 tables, maps, appendixes, bibliography, index. 1992

Goossaert: The Religious Question in Modern China. Paperback

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  • The Religious Question in Modern China.
  • Vincent Goossaert and David A. Palmer 2012
  • Paperback, 448 pages, 229 x 152 mm
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    Graff: Medieval Chinese Warfare, 300 - 900. Hardback

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    • Medieval Chinese Warfare, 300 - 900. Hardback
    • by David Graff
    • 294 pages. 2001. Shortly after 300 AD, barbarian invaders from Inner Asia toppled China's Western Jin dynasty, leaving the country divided and at war for several centuries. Despite this, the empire gradually formed a unified imperial order. Medieval Chinese Warfare, 300-900 explores the military strategies, institutions and wars that reconstructed the Chinese empire that has survived into modern times.

    Graff: Medieval Chinese Warfare, 300 - 900. Paperback

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    • Medieval Chinese Warfare, 300 - 900. Paperback
    • David A. Graff
    • 294 pages. 2001. Shortly after 300 AD, barbarian invaders from Inner Asia toppled China's Western Jin dynasty, leaving the country divided and at war for several centuries. Despite this, the empire gradually formed a unified imperial order. Drawing on classical Chinese sources and the best modern scholarship from China and Japan, Graff connects military affairs with political and social developments to show how China's history was shaped by war.

    Green: The Sayings of Layman P'ang: A Zen Classic of China. Paperback

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    • Sayings of Layman P'ang: A Zen Classic of China. Paperback
    • by James Green
    • xxxix, 130 pages, illustrated. 2009

    Greiner: Die Brokatuniform-Brigade (chin-i wei) der Ming-Zeit von den Anfängen bis zum Ende der T'ien-shun-Periode (1368-1464)

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    • Brokatuniform-Brigade (chin-i wei) der Ming-Zeit von den Anfängen bis zum Ende der T'ien-shun-Periode (1368-1464)
    • Peter Greiner
    • 272 Seiten. Reduzierte Preis

    Gridley: Chinese Buddhist Sculpture under the Liao. Free Standing Works in Situ and Selected Examples from Public Collections. Hardcover

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    • Chinese Buddhist Sculpture under the Liao. Free Standing Works in Situ and Selected Examples from Public Collections. Hardcover. Ca. 22x28.5 cm
    • by Marilyn Leidig Gridley
    • 204 pages with text, bibliography, chronology, index, 132 (some fold-outs) plates, 3 maps
    • 1. Introduction. 2. Historical background. 3. Shansi monuments. 4. Tu-lo-ssu. 5. The I-chou Lohans. 6. Feng-kuo-ssu and Shang-ching. 7. Sculptures from Public Collections

    Guanlong Cao: The Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord's Son. Cloth

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    • Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord's Son. Cloth
    • by Guanlong Cao/ Nancy Moskin (Trn)
    • vi, 245 pages. 1996

    Guanlong Cao: The Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord's Son. Paperback

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    • Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord's Son. Paperback
    • by Guanlong Cao/ Nancy Moskin (Trn)
    • vi, 245 pages. 1996

    Guthrie: Dragon in a Three-Piece Suit. The Emergence of Capitalism in China. Cloth

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    • Dragon in a Three-Piece Suit. The Emergence of Capitalism in China. Cloth
    • by Doug Guthrie
    • xiv, 302 pages, index. 1990. Hardback for paperback price!

    Hamilton: Commerce and Capitalism in Chinese Societies. Paperback

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    • Commerce and Capitalism in Chinese Societies. Paperback
    • Gary G Hamilton
    • 336 pages. 2006. 

    Hanchao Lu: Beyond the Neon Lights: Everyday Shanghai in the Early Twentieth Century. Cloth

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    • Beyond the Neon Lights: Everyday Shanghai in the Early Twentieth Century. Cloth
    • by Hanchao Lu
    • xvii, 456 pages, 8 tables, 36 ifigures, and 2 maps, appendices, references, glossary and index. 1999

    Harrell: Perspectives on the Yi of Southwest China. Paperback

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    • Perspectives on the Yi of Southwest China. Paperback
    • edited by Stevan Harrell
    • xi, 321 pages, with 3 tables, 3 maps, 6 figures. 2001

    Hendrischke: The Scripture on Great Peace. The Taiping Jing and the Beginnings of Daoism. Paperback

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    • Scripture on Great Peace. The Taiping Jing and the Beginnings of Daoism. Paperback
    • Barbara Hendrischke
    • x, 410 pages. 2015. A Western-language translation of one of the great books of the Daoist religious tradition, the "Taiping Jing", or "Scripture on Great Peace," documenting early Chinese medieval thought and laying the groundwork for a complete understanding of Daoism's origins

    Henriot: In the Shadow of the Rising Sun: Shanghai Under Japanese Occupation. Hardcover

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    • In the Shadow of the Rising Sun: Shanghai Under Japanese Occupation. Hardcover
    • edited by Christian Henriot and Wen-Hsin Yeh
    • xii, 393 pages, 1 line diagram. 2004. The authors of this volume consult newly available Chinese and Western archival materials to examine the Chinese War of Resistance against the Japanese in the Shanghai area. They argue that the war in China was a nationalistic endeavour carried out without an effective national leadership.

    Hershatter: The Gender of Memory : Rural Women and China's Collective Past. Hb.

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    • The Gender of Memory. Rural Women and China's Collective Past.
    • Hershatter, Gail
    • Hardback. 472 pages, 8 b/w photographs, 2 maps, 229 x 152 mm. 2011
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    Hodge, Louie: The Politics of Chinese Language and Culture. The Art of Reading Dragons. Paperback

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    • Politics of Chinese Language and Culture. The Art of Reading Dragons
    • Bob Hodge and Kam Louie
    • 182 pages, illustrated. 1998. An innovative text which adopts the tools of cultural studies to provide a fresh approach to the study of Chinese language, culture and society. It tackles areas such as grammar, language, gender, popular culture, film and the Chinese diaspora and employs the concepts of social semiotics to extend the ideas of language and reading.

    Hollmann: The Land of the Five Flavors. Hb

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    • The Land of the Five Flavors
    • Hollmann, Thomas O.; Margolis, Karen.
    • Hardcover: 216 pages.
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    Honig: Creating Chinese Ethnicity. Hardback

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    • Creating Chinese Ethnicity. Subei People in Shanghai 1850-1980
    • Emily Honig.
    • Hardback
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    Hostetler: Qing Colonial Enterprise. Ethnography and Cartography in Early Modern China. Paperback

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    • Qing Colonial Enterprise. Ethnography and Cartography in Early Modern China. Paperback
      Laura Hostetler
    • xx, 257 pages, with appendix, bibliography, glossary, index, 16 pages of plates, 4 tables, 17 figures, 6 maps, 16 colour plates. 2001
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    Hsiao: Traveller Without a Map. Presents the life and times of one of China's foremost men of letters. Paperback

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    • Traveller Without a Map. "Presents the life and times of one of China's foremost men of letters with a richness of detail and liveness of style that ... deepens our understanding of the dilemma's facing China's intellectuals during much of the twentieth century"
    • by Hsiao Ch'ien, translated by Jeffrey C. Kinkley
    • 276 pages, and 8 pages of plates, many illustrations, index. 1994

    Hsu: Dreaming of Gold, Dreaming of Home. Transnationalism and Migration between US and S.China,1882-1943. Paperback

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    • Dreaming of Gold, Dreaming of Home: Transnationalism and Migration Between the United States and South China, 1882-1943. Paperback
    • Madeline H. Hsu
    • 288 pages, with tables, figures, maps, bibliography, index. 2002

    Huang: The Records of Ming Scholars. Hardcover

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    • Records of Ming Scholars. Hardcover
    • by Huang Tsung-hsi, edited by Julia Ching and Chaoying Fang
    • xxi, 336 pages, 2 glossaries, bibliography and index. 1987

    Hung-mao Tien: The Great Transition: Political and Social Change in the Republic of China

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    • The Great Transition: Political and Social Change in the Republic of China.
    • Hung-mao Tien
    • xi, 324 pages. 1989

    Hutton: Xunzi. The Complete Text. pb

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    • Xunzi. The Complete Text.
    • Hutton, Eric L. (tr.)
    • Pb., 432 pages, 1 line illus., 229 x 152 mm. 2016
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    Hymes: Way and Byway: Taoism, Local Religion, and Models of Divinity in Sung and Modern China. Paperback

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    • Way and Byway: Taoism, Local Religion, and Models of Divinity in Sung and Modern China. Paperback
    • Hymes. xvii, 364 pages. 2002. Using a combination of Sung sources and modern ethnography, this text examines the questions: were Chinese gods celestial officials, governing the fate and fortunes of their worshippers; or were they personal beings, offering protection in exchange for reverence and sacrifice.

    Idema, Haft: Chinese letterkunde. Een inleiding. Paperback

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    • Chinese letterkunde. Een inleiding. Paperback
    • Wilt Idema en Lloyd Haft
    • 404 pagina's, 2005

    Idema: Meng Jiangnu Brings Down the Great Wall. Paperback

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    • Meng Jiangnu Brings Down the Great Wall. Ten Versions of a Chinese Legend.
    • Wilt L. Idema. With an essay by Haiyan Lee
    • A China Program Book
    • x, 295 pages, notes, glossary, bibliography
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    Ikels: The Return of the God of Wealth. The Transition to a Market Economy in Urban China. Paperback

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    • Return of the God of Wealth. The Transition to a Market Economy in Urban China. Paperback
    • by Charlotte Ikels
    • viii, 311 pages, with notes, references, index, illustrated with black-white photo's. 1996

    Ikenberry, Mastanduno: International Relations Theory and the Asia-Pacific. Paperback

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    • International Relations Theory and the Asia-Pacific. Paperback
    • edited by G. John Ikenberry and Michael Mastanduno. vi, 450 pages. 2003

    Izutsu: Sufism and Taoism : A Comparative Study of Key Philosophical Concepts. pb

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    • Sufism and Taoism. A Comparative Study of Key Philosophical Concepts.
    • Izutsu, Toshihiko
    • Pb., 502 pages, black & white illustrations, 216 x 140 mm.
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    Jan: Die Chinesische Mauer. Leinen

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    • Chinesische Mauer. Leinen. 26x30cm
    • Text: Michel Jan. Fotografie: Roland Michaud und Sabrina Michaud
    • 272 Seiten, mit 170 Abbildungen, 150 in Farbe, Glossar, Bibliographie, Karte. 2000

    Jay: A Change in Dynasties: Loyalism in Thirteenth-Century China. Cloth

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    • Change in Dynasties: Loyalism in Thirteenth-Century China. Cloth
    • by Jennifer W. Jay
    • xiv, 309 pages, with appendixes, bibliography of works cited, index-glossary. 1991

    Johnston: Engaging China: The management of an emerging power. Paperback

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    • Engaging China. The management of an emerging power. Paperback
    • Edited by Alastair Iain Johnston & Robert S. Ross
    • 309 pages, conclusion, index, 9 figures, 9 tables. 1999. This text is concerned with the contemporary responses from various countries toward the rise of Chinese power. In particular it explores the pressures that influence the choice of options and strategies those states can make in managing the uncertainties of a rising power

    Jowett: China’s Wars. Rousing the Dragon 1894-1949. Hb

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    • China’s Wars. Rousing the Dragon 1894-1949. Hb
    • Philip Jowett
    • Hardback; November 2013; 400 pages
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    Kemenade, Webb: China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Inc. Paperback

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    • China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Inc. Paperback
    • Willem van Kemenade and Diane Webb
    • 460 pages. 1997. Discusses the economic, political, and social implications of the formal reunification of Hong Kong with China, as well as the possible incorporation of Taiwan, and examines the prospects for a peaceful union

    Kessler: The Jiangyin Mission Station. An American Missionary Community in China, 1895-1951. Paperback

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    • Jiangyin Mission Station. An American Missionary Community in China, 1895-1951. Paperback
    • Lawrence D. Kessler
    • xiv, 212 pages, with 3 maps, 2 tables, 25 photo's and other illustrations, notes, bibliography and index. 1996

    Kinkley: Chinese Justice, the Fiction. Law and Literature in Modern China. A Study of Crime Fiction in all eras. Paperback

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    • Chinese Justice, the Fiction. Law and Literature in Modern China. A Study of Crime Fiction in all eras. Paperback
    • by Jeffrey C. Kinkley
    • xi, 497 pages, with bibliography, index, and 8 plates

    Kirschbaum: Die 8 außerordentlichen Gefäße in der traditionellen chinesischen Medizin. Gebunden

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    • Acht außerordentlichen Gefäße in der traditionellen chinesischen Medizin. Gebunden
    • Barbara Kirschbaum
    • 205 Seiten, mit 18 Zeichnungen. 2., überarbeitete Auflage 2000

    Kluver: Legitimating the Chinese Economic Reforms. Paperback

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    • Legitimating the Chinese Economic Reforms. A Rhetoric of Myth and Orthodoxy. Paperback
    • by Alan R. Kluver
    • viii, 172 pages, with notes, works cited, index. 1996

    Ko: Cinderella's Sisters. A Revisionist History of Footbinding. Paperback

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    • Cinderella's Sisters. A Revisionist History of Footbinding. Paperback
    • Dorothy Ko
    • 351 pages, 53 photographs, 1 map, 1 table. 2005. The history of footbinding is full of contradictions and unexpected turns. The practice originated in the dance culture of China's medieval court and spread to gentry families, brothels, maid's quarters. This revisionist history, elegantly written and meticulously researched, presents a fascinating new picture of the practice from its beginnings in the tenth century to its demise in the twentieth century.

    Kojiro: Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry, 1150-1650: The Chin, Yan, and Ming Dynasties. Cloth

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    • Five Hundred Years of Chinese Poetry,  1150-1650: The Chin, Yan, and Ming Dynasties. Cloth
    • by Yoshikawa Kojiro, translated by John Timothy Wixted
    • xix, 215 pages, index, illustrated. 1989

    Kontler: China. Architektur und Kunst. Hardcover, 19,5 x 28,5 cm

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    • China. Architektur und Kunst. Hardcover, 19,5 x 28,5 cm
    • Christine Kontler
    • 72 Seiten, 147 Abbildungen, Klapptafel. Von den frühen Formen jungsteinzeitlicher Töpferkunst, über die Bronzekunst der Shang und ZhouDynastie, dem Einfluss von Buddhismus und Taoismus auf die chinesische Kunst bis hin zu Kalligraphie, Kunsthandwerk und Gartenkunst. Einen Überblick über 3000 Jahre chinesischer Kunst. Anhand zahlreicher Farbabbildungen und Grafiken wird dem Leser die Kunst des bevölkerungsreichsten Landes der Erde auf anschauliche Weise näher gebracht.

    Krupp: Echoes of the Ancient Skies. The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations. Paperback

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    • Echoes of the Ancient Skies. The Astronomy of Lost Civilizations. Paperback.
    • E.C. Krupp
    • xvii, 386 pages, bibliography, index, numerous illustrations. 1983. Reprint 2003. Director of the Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles, astronomer Krupp writes about observation of the sky by ancient people and its impact on their culture. He explains how the sky really works, then surveys observatories in sites from China, Babylonia, Scotland, Peru, and elsewhere.

    K'ung Shang-jen: The Peach Blossom Fan. Hardcover

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    • Peach Blossom Fan. Hardcover
    • By K'ung Shang-jen, translated from the Chinese by Chen Shih-Hsiang and Harold Acton
    • 312 pages, with epilogue. 1976

    Laing: Selling Happiness: Calendar Posters and Visual Culture in Early-Twentieth-Century Shanghai. Hardcover

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    • Selling Happiness: Calendar Posters and Visual Culture in Early-Twentieth-Century Shanghai. Hardcover
    • by Laing, Ellen Johnston
    • x, 305 pages. 2004