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A Passion For China

Author : Molly Hatch
ISBN : 1910463337
Genre : Porcelain
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Beautifully produced book on ceramics which explores the family stories and fascinating history revealed by some of these treasured pieces.
Category: Porcelain

A Passion For China

Author : Tormod Engelsviken
ISBN : 1908355824
Genre : Missions, Norwegian
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A Passion For China

Author : Molly Hatch
ISBN : 9781910463345
Genre : House & Home
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A Passion for China is a personal celebration of the everyday beauty of tableware. 'As we move through our daily lives, eating breakfast, sipping an afternoon cup of tea or gathering for a family dinner, the patterned ceramic objects we live with are precious witnesses to our stories. We eat from them, they warm our hands after a cold walk outdoors and we pull them out to celebrate the births, marriages and lives of our loved ones.' Acclaimed ceramicist, artist and designer Molly Hatch explores the family stories behind beloved items - the bowls and cups we have inherited or chosen with love and care - and brings the history of porcelain, potteries and patterns to life through her stunning, hand-drawn illustrations. A tribute to the rich heritage of the vintage plates, jugs and pots that make our homes our own. Please note this is a fixed-format ebook with colour images and may not be well-suited for older e-readers.
Category: House & Home

A Passion For China

Author : Ling-yeong Chiu
ISBN : UOM:39015063293263
Genre : History
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This wide-ranging collection of essays is a must-read for all those who take an interest the field of the humanities in and on China.
Category: History

A Passion For Facts

Author : Tong Lam
ISBN : 9780520267862
Genre : History
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“This fascinating book is a fundamental contribution to the global history of social science. Tong Lam demonstrates how Chinese reformers struggled to build a modern society on a foundation of facts and statistics. Their ambitions were no mere dream, but were made real in a prodigious social survey movement which aimed as much to enlighten peasants as to inform administrators.” —Theodore Porter, author of Trust in Numbers “Lam’s approach is highly original. A Passion for Facts presents an impressive host of new material from Chinese and American archives that challenges interpretations of China and Chinese exceptionalism or independent development. Lam makes a compelling argument that the techniques developed in the early twentieth century and refined over several decades have been critical to state-building in China.” —James L. Hevia, author of English Lessons: The Pedagogy of Imperialism in Nineteenth Century China “Lam supersedes the current ‘China-centered approach’ and the earlier framework that explained ‘modern China’ in light of global colonialism. He illuminates how the search for ‘facts’ empowered modern Chinese to reimagine their social and political realities in a global colonial context.” —Benjamin A. Elman, Chair, East Asian Studies Department, Princeton University
Category: History

A Passion For China

Author : TORMOD ENGELSVIKEN;NOTTO R. THELLE;KNUTE EDVARD LA.
ISBN : 150647487X
Genre : Missions, Norwegian
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Passion In China

Author : Morris B. Blumberg
ISBN : 0682402907
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A Passion For China

Author : Tormod Engelsviken
ISBN : 1911372408
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A Passion For China

Author : Tormod Engelsviken
ISBN : 1506474861
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These boldly argued essays are not to be missed by anyone who cares about the vitality and authenticity of the church's life and mission. An impressive array of scholarly contributions representing different Norwegian mission agencies are brought together here to make a sound case for the missionary past. This book is indispensable to the understanding of Norwegian mission work in China, from the beginning to the establishment of the People's Republic of China. This work is immensely important for Christian mission history as whole.
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Passions Of The Cut Sleeve

Author : Bret Hinsch
ISBN : 9780520078697
Genre : History
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Originally published in hardcover in 1990.
Category: History

Face Nationalism

Author : Peter Hays Gries
ISBN : UCAL:C3443796
Genre : China
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Passionate Women

Author : Paul Stanley Ropp
ISBN : 9004120181
Genre : Social Science
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This is a collection of original essays which focuses on the causes, meanings and significance of female suicides in Ming and Qing China. It is the first attempt in English-language scholarship to revise earlier views of female self-destruction that had been shaped by the May Fourth Movement and anti-Confucian critiques of Chinese culture, and to consider the matter of female suicide in the wider context of more recent scholarship on women and gender relations in late imperial China. The essays also reveal the world of tensions, conflicting demands and expectations, and a variety of means by which both women and men made moral sense of their lives in late imperial China. The volume closes with an extensive bibliography of relevant and important Chinese, Japanese, and Western publications related to female suicide in late imperial China.
Category: Social Science

Chinese Studies In The Netherlands

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ISBN : 9789004263123
Genre : Science
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The articles in this volume evaluate Chinese studies in the Netherlands in their historical development.
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School Music Education And Social Change In Mainland China Hong Kong And Taiwan

Author : Wai-chung Ho
ISBN : 9789004189171
Genre : Psychology
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This book compares, from a historical and sociopolitical perspective, the respective systems and contents of music education in mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan in response to globalization, localization and Sinificiation, with particular reference to Shanghai, Hong Kong and Taipei.
Category: Psychology

A Passion For Christ

Author : Thomas F. Torrance
ISBN : 9781608996377
Genre : Religion
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In a culture increasingly secular in its pursuits and indifferent to the voice of the church, how may we ignite the fire for ministry that will bring the gospel to the world? How can weary pastors be sustained amidst a climate of doubt and resistance? For more than half a century, three remarkable brothers have offered a vision that has inspired thousands in churches and seminaries. Today, their message remains fresh and relevant as we enter a new millennium. And for one reason: The Brothers Torrance share a passion for Christ--the Christ of the Scriptures, the Christ of the historic Nicene faith. These essays distill the essence of their thought, and shine with the clarity of their shared vision. A Passion for Christ is a light of encouragement for ministers and lay people elsewhere.
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China In Africa

Author : Sabella Abidde
ISBN : 9781793612335
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This book examines Sino-African relations with a focus on China's active role in fostering economic and infrastructural development in Africa. It discusses the neo-colonialist implications of this relationship and the consequences for both sides.
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