Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 4, Summer

China's Contemporary Role in Africa's Political Economy
INTRODUCTIONIn the aftermath of the Cold War and the emergence of globalization, China's economic and political role has gained significant prominence on the world stage. However, Beijing's contemporary presence in the international political economy...
Engagement and Integration: The Post-Exile Poetics of Bei Dao
The exile of words has begun- "Untitled", 1989, OslJThe students using my poem ["The Answer"] in Tiananmen Square gives me a very complex mixture of feelings. On one hand, of course, I feel incredible pride. But on the other hand, I also feel quite strange...
Islam and Confucianism: Between Dissonance and Harmony
INTRODUCTIONIslam had been introduced to China since 8th century A.D, to accept the historically authentic claims and it was followed by the emergence of Muslim communities in various regions of China particularly in southern and Northern parts. Each...
'Louis Vuitton or Gucci?' A Study into the Internet's Role in Influencing Chinese Overseas Students' Luxury Consumption Behaviour and Identity Construction
INTRODUCTION'At the core of this newfound wealth and status was the honest pursuit of better living conditions. Better living conditions meant for higher quality products and upscale brands.'-Pierre Xiao Lu. 2011The traditional belief is that luxury...
Prospectus of "Confucius China Studies Plan"
In order to foster a deeper understanding of China and the Chinese culture among young generations from around the world, to enable the prosperous growth of China studies, to promote the sustainable development of Confucius Institutes, and to enhance...
Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language at Primary School in England
INTRODUCTIONThis essay discusses Chinese as a foreign language teaching at primary schools in England, from instruction to assessment, by comparing some popular approaches to each stage of teaching process, which lead to the conclusion on an effective...
The Dynamics of Political Stability in China
THE DYNAMICS OF POLITICAL STABILITY IN CHINAChina with a one-party rule policy has created an institution that has impacted upon social processes and human action; they inherently have a stabilizing effect on the society. Political scientists, in order...
The Ho's Women: Three Generations Biographies
Victor Wan Tai Zheng and Siu Lun Wong (2010). (ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.) (2010). The Ho's Women: Three Generations Biographies. (ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.). Hong Kong: Joint Publishing (Hong Kong) Company...
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