Watching China Change

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Between The Lines, 2001 - Всего страниц: 303
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Between May, 1976, while Mao was still alive, and 1997, when Deng Xioaping died, was a time of tremendous change in China: from the "Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution" to the affluent eighties and nineties, from socialism to what looks like unrestrained capitalism, and from a mysterious country wrapped in isolation to one of the key players in modern international affairs. It's a dramatic story that involves a fifth of the human race and impinges on the rest.

"I am moved to get down on paper my memories and observations about my twenty-five year experience with China. Neither a eulogy nor an exposé, just as honest an account as I can make it of the China I saw and experienced."

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1 To China
1
2 Socialism In China
12
Two Dances
39
One Factory Twice
46
Nankai
63
Tianjin
85
Xiamen
102
Ningxia
129
9 Events The Communes Come And Go
162
10 Events The Cultural Revolution Comes And Goes
176
Dong Xiaoping Capitalist Roader
201
12 Tiananmen
216
Holding Up Half The Sky?
253
14 Where To?
277
Index
301
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Robert C. Cosbey is Professor Emeritus of the University of Regina, Canada, Honorary Professor of Nankai University, China, and recipient of China's Friendship Award (cited in the presentation as the highest honour given to foreigners working in China) and the city of Tianjin's Hai He award 'for contributions to the cultural development' of that city.

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