Quarterly Journal of Chinese Studies

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 3, Spring

A New Biography of Qian Zhongshu: Re-Evaluation of His Cultural Significance for Contemporary China
LIFE AND CAREER OF QIAN ZHONGSHU: A SHORT BIOGRAPHYIt is appropriate to assume that no student of Chinese literary theory, Chinese intellectual history, or sinology could ignore the influence of Qián Zhongshu (ProQuest: ... denotes non-USASCII text omitted.),...
Building Friendship: Soviet Influence, Socialist Modernity, and Chinese Cityscape in the 1950s
This city was intimately related to cotton . . . With the help of the Soviet big brother, the city built nearly ten textile factories all at once in the 1950s ... In these factories, not only were the equipment, workshops, and techniques provided by...
Eileen Chang's Feminine Chinese Modernity: Dysfunctional Marriages, Hysterical Women, and the Primordial Eugenic Threat
Under the bathroom light in the middle of the night, she saw the male fetus in the toilet bowl. In her frightened eyes it was a full ten inches long, suspended between the white porcelain wall and water. Its flesh was smeared with a faint layer of blood,...
On Chinese Part of Speech and Its Characteristics in Western Sinology among 17-19 Century
INTRODUCTIONThere have been discussions on content words and function words for the Chinese part of speech in Ancient China, but their definitions were uncertain. Furthermore, Chinese grammar research was not important in traditional Chinese Language...
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...
Subversion from Within: Power of Supernatural Female in Pu Songling's Liaozhai Zhiyi
PARODIC REDEPLOYMENT OF PATRIARCHAL DISCOURSEAlthough women are traditionally viewed as vulnerable groups that are normally more inclined to be exposed to oppression, tangible or intangible, they are not completely silent recipients of injustice, but...
Zhou Fohai: Nationalism of Collaboration
Sino-Japanese collaboration from 1937-1945 offers an important contribution to understanding nationalism in wartime China. The outbreak of war in East Asia provided a stage for prominent Chinese politicians to fight for disparate, competing visions of...
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