Books Received

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Peter Acker. Liu Chuxuan (1147-1203) and His Commentary on the Daoist Scripture Huangdai yinfu jing. Harrassowitz, 2006.

Stephen C. Angle. Human Rights in Chinese Thought: A Cross-Cultural Inquiry. Cambridge, 2002.

Robert Ash, J. Megan Greene. Taiwan in the 21st Century: Aspects and Limitations of a Developmental Model. Routledge, 2007.

Stephen Averill. Revolution in the Highlands: China's Jinggangshan Base Area. Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.

Lois Baker, translator. Fragrant Mountain: Twenty-four Early Poems of Fan Chengda. Press-22, 2006.

Shuming Bao, Shuanglin Lin, Changwen Zhao. The Chinese Economy after WTO Accession. Ashgate, 2006.

Alan Baumler. The Chinese and Opium under the Republic: Worse than Floods and Wild Beasts. SUNY, 2007.

Mark Bender, translator. Butterfly Mother: Miao (Hmong) Creation Epics from Guizhou, China. Hackett, 2006.

James A. Benn. Burning for the Buddha: Self-Immolation in Chinese Buddhism. Hawai'i, 2007.

Daria Berg. Reading China: Fiction, History, and the Dynamics of Discourse--Essays in Honour of Professor Glen Dudbridge. Brill, 2007.

Kimberly Besio, Constantine Tung. Three Kingdoms and Chinese Culture. SUNY, 2007.

Joanne Birdwhistell. Mencius and Masculinities: Dynamics of Power, Morality, and Maternal Thinking. SUNY, 2007.

Susan D. Blum. Lies that Bind: Chinese Truth, Other Truths. Rowman & Littlefield, 2007.

Stephen R. Bokenkamp. Ancestors and Anxiety: Daoism and the Birth of Rebirth in China. California, 2007.

Cynthia J. Brokaw. Commerce in Culture: The Sibao Book Trade in the Qing and Republican Periods. Harvard, 2007.

Ole Bruun, Li Narangoa. Mongols From Country to City: Floating Boundaries, Pastoralism and City Life in the Mongol Lands. NIAS Press, 2006.

Patricia Buckley Ebrey, Maggie Bickford. Emperor Huizong and Late Northern Song China: The Politics of Culture and the Culture of Politics. Harvard, 2006.

Michael G. Chang. A Court on Horseback: Imperial Touring & the Construction of Qing Rule, 1680-1785. Harvard, 2007.

Jonathan Chaves, translator. Cloud Gate Song: The Verse of Tang Poet Zhang Ji. Floating World Editions, 2006.

[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Chen Yi'nan. [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] Qingchun wu hen: Yige zaofanpai gongren de shinian Wenge. Chinese University Press, 2006

Chen Zhi. The Shaping of the Book of Songs: From Ritualization to Secularization. Monumenta Serica, 2007.

Martha P. Y. Cheung. An Anthology of Chinese Discourse on Translation: Volume 1, From Earliest Times to the Buddhist Project. St. Jerome, 2006.

Sechin Y. S. Chien, John Fitzgerald. The Dignity of Nations: Equality, Competition, and Honor in East Asian Nationalism. Hong Kong University Press, 2006.

Hungdah Chiu. Chinese (Taiwan) Yearbook of International Law and Affairs. Maryland Law School, 2004.

Stephen Chiu, Tai-Lok Lui. Hong Kong: The Global City. Routledge, 2006.

Mun Kin Chok. Chinese Leadership Wisdom from the Book of Change. Chinese University Press, 2006.

Kim-chong Chong. Early Confucian Ethics: Concepts and Arguments. Open Court, 2007.

Peter C. Y. Chow. Economic Integration, Democratization and National Security in East Asia: Shifting Paradigms in U.S., China, and Taiwan Relations. Edward Elgar, 2007.

Jae Ho Chung. Between Ally and Partner: Korea-China Relations and the United States. Columbia, 2007.

Jae Ho Chung. Charting China's Future: Political, Social, and International Dimensions. Rowman & Littlefield, 2006.

Hugh R. Clark. Portrait of a Community: Society, Culture, and the Structures of Kinship in the Mulan River Valley (Fujian) from the Late Tang through the Song. Chinese University Press, 2007.

W. South Coblin. A Handbook of 'Phags-Pa Chinese. Hawai'i, 2007.

Elizabeth Van Wie Davis, Rouben Azizian. …

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