World and Its Peoples: Eastern and Southern Asia - Vol. 1

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  • Title Page 1
  • Set Contents 3
  • Advisory Board 4
  • Introduction 5
  • Contents 7
  • Geography and Climate 8
  • The Land of China and Mongolia 10
  • Geology of China and Mongolia 18
  • Climate of China and Mongolia 20
  • Flora and Fauna of China and Mongolia 25
  • History and Movement of Peoples - The First People and the First States 30
  • The Shang Dynasty 32
  • The Zhou and Qin Dynasties 34
  • The Han Dynasty 37
  • The Six Dynasties 41
  • The Sui Dynasty 43
  • The Tang Dynasty 45
  • The Age of Disunity 48
  • The Liao and Jin Empires 50
  • The Song Dynasty 51
  • The Yuan Dynasty 53
  • The Ming Dynasty 58
  • The Early Qing Dynasty 62
  • Tibet 66
  • The Century of Rebellions 69
  • Western Intervention in Nineteenth-Century China 73
  • The End of the Empire 77
  • Peoples of China and Mongolia 80
  • China 84
  • Government 90
  • Modern History - The Chinese Republic to 1928 92
  • Division and Invasion 95
  • The Chinese Civil War 98
  • The People's Republic of China 100
  • The Cultural Revolution 103
  • China after Mao 105
  • Cultural Expression - Early Literature 108
  • Modern Chinese Literature 110
  • Art and Architecture 112
  • Decorative Arts 117
  • Music and Performing Arts 119
  • Festivals and Ceremonies 123
  • Food and Drink 125
  • Daily Life - Religion 128
  • Family and Society 132
  • Education 135
  • Health and Welfare 136
  • Housing 138
  • Further Research 140
  • Index 142
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