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Chinese Business in Malaysia: Accumulation, Ascendance, Accommodation (Chinese Worlds (University of Hawaii))

Chinese Business in Malaysia: Accumulation, Ascendance, Accommodation (Chinese Worlds (University of Hawaii)) by Professor Edmund Terence Gomez Professor
English | Jan. 1, 1999 | ISBN: 0824821653 | 130 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

Chinese capital in Malaysia appears to have reasonable prospects for further growth in the immediate future.

Chinese ancient music  

Posted by Bibixy at Sept. 26, 2013
Chinese ancient music

Chinese ancient music
China Record Corp| 2001-2003 | 8 CD | RAR | 1.1Gb
MP3 320 Kbps | Lame encoded | Tracks | Covers & Booklets

Chinese ancient music developed within a long history of profound Chinese culture, which is considered as sounds of nature. Preciously selected from a large number of classical music in its music library by China Record Corporation, the largest record company in China, these beautiful music are constituted to eight CDs of Pre-Qin, Han, Wei and Six Dynasties, Tang, Song, Yuan, Ming and Qing Dynasty. They are now called “General History” of Chinese music industry.

American Born Chinese (2006) (GN) Repost  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 14, 2012
American Born Chinese (2006) (GN) Repost

American Born Chinese (2006) (GN) Repost
Graphic Novel | CBZ | English | 242 pages | 90.3 MB

This is a tour-de-force new work by rising indie comics star Gene Yang. “American Born Chinese” maps the adolescent Chinese-American experience through three separate but interwoven stories. One story centres on Jin Wang, a Chinese-American student at an all-white California high school. Jin is plagued by jocks and bullies, so when another Chinese student transfers to the school, Jin wants nothing to do with him. Next is a comic update of the legendary story of the Monkey King, an ancient Chinese morality tale. Finally, there’s the gross and surreal stereotype of Chin-Kee, the ultimate negative Chinese cliche, complete with a sitcom-style “laugh track”. These three apparently unrelated tales come together in an astonishing climax – all with a mighty blast of humour, surprising poignancy and skilled artistry.

Chinese Cookery  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Grev27 at Dec. 2, 2016
Chinese Cookery

Ken Hom, "Chinese Cookery"
English | ISBN: 1846076056 | 2009 | EPUB | 276 pages | 10 MB

International Brand Management of Chinese Companies  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at Dec. 2, 2016
International Brand Management of Chinese Companies

International Brand Management of Chinese Companies by Sandra Bell
English | 11 Apr. 2008 | ISBN: 3790820296 | 371 Pages | PDF | 9 MB
Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period: With an Essay on Chinese Sex Life from the Han to the Ching Dynasty, B.C. 206-A.D. 164

Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period: With an Essay on Chinese Sex Life from the Han to the Ching Dynasty, B.C. 206-A.D. 1644 (Sinica Leidensia, V. 62) by Robert Hans Van Gulik
English | Oct. 2003 | ISBN: 9004136649 | 329 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

The publication in 1951 of Robert Hans van Gulik’s Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period created a stir in the Chinese art community. It was privately published in only fifty copies, which were sent as gifts to selected libraries and museums worldwide. (A list of those outside the Far East is Appendix II to the same author’s Sexual Life in Ancient China.) The copies were accompanied by a letter advising that in order to keep away “sensation-seekers and peeping Toms,” the books were to be made accessible only to “a limited number of serious scholars in the field, for purposes of research.”

Burning Money: The Material Spirit of the Chinese Lifeworld (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Nov. 30, 2016
Burning Money: The Material Spirit of the Chinese Lifeworld (Repost)

C. Fred Blake, "Burning Money: The Material Spirit of the Chinese Lifeworld"
English | 2011 | ISBN: 0824835328 | 276 pages | PDF | 26,7 MB

Early Chinese Religion, Part 2: The Period of Division (220-589 AD)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Nov. 29, 2016
Early Chinese Religion, Part 2: The Period of Division (220-589 AD)

Early Chinese Religion, Part 2: The Period of Division (220-589 AD) (Handbook of Oriental Studies, Section 4 China / Early Chines) (2 Volume Set) by author
English | Nov. 23, 2009 | ISBN: 9004175857 | 1585 Pages | PDF | 17 MB

After the Warring States, treated in Part One of this set, there is no more fecund era in Chinese religious and cultural history than the period of division (220-589 AD). During it, Buddhism conquered China, Daoism grew into a mature religion with independent institutions, and, together with Confucianism, these three teachings, having each won its share of state recognition and support, formed a united front against shamanism.

Hybridity in Translated Chinese: A Corpus Analytical Framework  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at Nov. 28, 2016
Hybridity in Translated Chinese: A Corpus Analytical Framework

Hybridity in Translated Chinese: A Corpus Analytical Framework (New Frontiers in Translation Studies) by Guangrong Dai
2016 | ISBN: 9811007411 | English | 233 pages | PDF | 13 MB

Diplomacy And Trade In The Chinese World, 589-1276  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by lengen at Nov. 28, 2016
Diplomacy And Trade In The Chinese World, 589-1276

Diplomacy And Trade In The Chinese World, 589-1276 (Handbuch Der Orientalistik. Vierte Abteilung, China.) (Handbook of Oriental Studies: Section 4 China) by Hans Bielenstein
English | Aug. 1, 2005 | ISBN: 9004144161 | 731 Pages | PDF | 3 MB

Covering the period from the establishment of Sui to the fall of Southern Sung, this reference work for the first time gives a full and conveniently arrranged overview of China’s diplomatic and trade relations with its major and minor Asian neighbours: continental South Asia and the islands, Japan, Korea, Northeast Asia, Tibet, Central Asia, West Asia, the Middle East, and the Hsia, Liao, and Chin States.