A Beginner s Guide to Chinese History Part 2

This book is Part 2 (中册, Zhōngcè) of introduction to Chinese History. The current volume introduces you to 3 main topics of the ancient history: A. Qin Dynasty, B. Han Dynasty, and C. Tang Dynasty.

Author: Jia Ming Wang

Publisher: Ming Mandarin

ISBN: 1954879075

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This book is Part 2 (中册, Zhōngcè) of introduction to Chinese History. The current volume introduces you to 3 main topics of the ancient history: A. Qin Dynasty, B. Han Dynasty, and C. Tang Dynasty. All the chapters contain English, simplified characters, and pinyin. The important words from the main text have been provided separately for the readers to improve their Chinese vocabulary. Kindle Edition: www.amazon.com/dp/B08ZFMZQ8R Paperback Edition: www.amazon.com/dp/1954879075 China has witnessed numerous ups and downs in its 5000 year-long socio-cultural history. Many customs and practices prevalent in the modern Chinese society can be traced back to the events in Chinese history. Chinese history is full of interesting facts and events. Indeed, it's great to get to know Chinese history. A Chinese learner is expected to have a basic sense of Chinese history. When you are learning Mandarin Chinese, you should make sure to get familiarize with the Chinese history and culture. The books in Chinese History series will help you discover China's glorious past. There are three pasts of the introductory title "Chinese History". We will start from the primitive society, gradually dig various ruling dynasties, and finally, discover contemporary China. This book is essentially a Chinese reading practice book. It will help you learn to read Chinese books. Free online Mandarin Chinese lessons (Ming Mandarin): www.MingMandarin.com -Jia Ming
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A Beginner s Guide to Chinese History Part 3 The Song and Yuan Dynasties

This book is Part 3 (第三册, dì sān cè) of introduction to Chinese History. The current volume introduces you to multiple topics from the two main dynasties of the Chinese history: A. Song Dynasty, and B. Yuan Dynasty.

Author: Jia Ming Wang

Publisher: Ming Mandarin

ISBN: 1954879210

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This book is Part 3 (第三册, dì sān cè) of introduction to Chinese History. The current volume introduces you to multiple topics from the two main dynasties of the Chinese history: A. Song Dynasty, and B. Yuan Dynasty. All the chapters contain English, simplified characters, and pinyin. The important words from the main text have been provided separately for the readers to improve their Chinese vocabulary. Kindle Edition: In press. Paperback Edition: In press. China has witnessed numerous ups and downs in its 5000 year-long socio-cultural history. Many customs and practices prevalent in the modern Chinese society can be traced back to the events in Chinese history. Chinese history is full of interesting facts and events. Indeed, it's great to get to know Chinese history. A Chinese learner is expected to have a basic sense of Chinese history. When you are learning Mandarin Chinese, you should make sure to get familiarize with the Chinese history and culture. The books in Chinese History series will help you discover China's glorious past. There are three pasts of the introductory title "Chinese History". We will start from the primitive society, gradually dig various ruling dynasties, and finally, discover contemporary China. This book is essentially a Chinese reading practice book. It will help you learn to read Chinese books. Free online Mandarin Chinese lessons (Ming Mandarin): www.MingMandarin.com -Jia Ming
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Migration and Ethnicity in Chinese History

Professor Skinner has also prepared eleven maps for the book, as well as the Introduction. The book is in two parts. Part I describes the spread of the Hakka throughout the Lingnan, and to a lesser extent the Southeast Coast, macroregions.

Author: Sow-Theng Leong

Publisher: Stanford University Press

ISBN: 0804728577

Category: Political Science

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This book analyzes the emergence of ethnic consciousness among Hakka-speaking people in late imperial China in the context of their migrations in search of economic opportunities. It poses three central questions: What determined the temporal and geographic pattern of Hakka and Pengmin (a largely Hakka-speaking people) migration in this era? In what circumstances and over what issues did ethnic conflict emerge? How did the Chinese state react to the phenomena of migration and ethnic conflict? To answer these questions, a model is developed that brings together three ideas and types of data: the analytical concept of ethnicity; the history of internal migration in China; and the regional systems methodology of G. William Skinner, which has been both a breakthrough in the study of Chinese society and an approach of broad social-scientific application. Professor Skinner has also prepared eleven maps for the book, as well as the Introduction. The book is in two parts. Part I describes the spread of the Hakka throughout the Lingnan, and to a lesser extent the Southeast Coast, macroregions. It argues that this migration occurred because of upswings in the macroregional economies in the sixteenth century and in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. As long as economic opportunities were expanding, ethnic antagonisms were held in check. When, however, the macroregional economies declined, in the mid-seventeenth and late eighteenth centuries, ethnic tensions came to the fore, notably in the Hakka-Punti War of the mid-nineteenth century. Part II broadens the analysis to take into account other Hakka-speaking people, notably the Pengmin, or "shack people.” When new economic opportunities opened up, the Pengmin moved to the peripheries of most of the macroregions along the Yangzi valley, particularly to the highland areas close to major trading centers. As with the Hakka, ethnic antagonisms, albeit differently expressed, emerged as a result of a declining economy and increased competition for limited resources in the main areas of Pengmin concentration.
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The American Historical Association s Guide to Historical Literature

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Publisher: New York : Oxford University Press

ISBN: UOM:39015032275250

Category: Literary Criticism

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Contains nearly 2,000 annotated citations (primarily English language works) divided into forth-eight sections ; citations refer chiefly to works published between 1961 and 1992.
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Chinese History

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.

Author: Endymion Porter Wilkinson

Publisher: Harvard Univ Council on East Asian

ISBN: UOM:39015048547403

Category: History

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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.
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