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The Other Taiwan

Author: Murray A. Rubinstein
Publisher: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9781563241932
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Examines the effects of the socio-economic post-war transformation on Taiwan's political system, environment, religious structures, the relationships between the sexes and the different ethnic populations. A complex revisionist portrait of the country emerges.

Psychiatry And Chinese History

Author: Howard Chiang
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317318870
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This collection examines psychiatric medicine in China across the early modern and modern periods. Essays focus on the diagnosis, treatment and cultural implications of madness and mental illness and explore the complex trajectory of the medicalization of the mind in shifting political contexts of Chinese history.

Taiwan Under Japanese Colonial Rule 1895 1945

Author: Binghui Liao
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 9780231137980
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The first study of colonial Taiwan in English, this volume brings together seventeen essays by leading scholars to construct a comprehensive cultural history of Taiwan under Japanese rule. Contributors from the United States, Japan, and Taiwan explore a number of topics through a variety of theoretical, comparative, and postcolonial perspectives, painting a complex and nuanced portrait of a pivotal time in the formation of Taiwanese national identity. Essays are grouped into four categories: rethinking colonialism and modernity; colonial policy and cultural change; visual culture and literary expressions; and from colonial rule to postcolonial independence. Their unique analysis considers all elements of the Taiwanese colonial experience, concentrating on land surveys and the census; transcolonial coordination; the education and recruitment of the cultural elite; the evolution of print culture and national literature; the effects of subjugation, coercion, discrimination, and governmentality; and the root causes of the ethnic violence that dominated the postcolonial era. The contributors encourage readers to rethink issues concerning history and ethnicity, cultural hegemony and resistance, tradition and modernity, and the romancing of racial identity. Their examination not only provides a singular understanding of Taiwan's colonial past, but also offers insight into Taiwan's relationship with China, Japan, and the United States today. Focusing on a crucial period in which the culture and language of Taiwan, China, and Japan became inextricably linked, Taiwan Under Japanese Colonial Rule effectively broadens the critique of colonialism and modernity in East Asia.

Re Examining The Cold War

Author: Robert S. Ross
Publisher: Harvard Univ Asia Center
ISBN: 9780674005266
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The twelve essays in this volume underscore the similarities between Chinese and American approaches to bilateral diplomacy and between their perceptions of each other's policy-making motivations. Much of the literature on U.S.-China relations posits that each side was motivated either by ideologically informed interests or by ideological assumptions about its counterpart. But as these contributors emphasise, newly accessible archives suggest rather that both Beijing and Washington developed a responsive and tactically adaptable foreign policy. Each then adjusted this policy in response to changing international circumstances and changing assessments of its counterpart's policies. Motivated less by ideology than by pragmatic national security concerns, each assumed that the other faced similar considerations.

Who S Who Among Asian Americans

Author: Amy L. Unterburger
ISBN: 9780810394339
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This long-awaited reference provides comprehensive biographical information on this fast-growing minority group. You'll find biographical data, career information and addresses for notable contemporary Asian Americans in all fields of endeavor. Included are Americans who trace their heritage to China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, the Pacific Islands and the countries of Southeast Asia and the Indian Subcontinent. The nearly 6,000 listees were selected on the basis of prominence in their fields or considerable civic responsibility. Indexes include occupation, geographic and ethnic/cultural heritage. An obituary section and guest foreword are included.

Who S Who Among Asian Americans 1994 95

Author: Amy L. Unterburger
Publisher: Gale Group
ISBN: 9780810394339
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Provides biographical information, including career information and addresses, for notable Asian Americans in all fields of endeavour. The entries were selected on the basis of prominence in their fields or civic responsibility.