Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times. Look inside China’s secretive Olympic training camps. Little Big Dreams (Gymnastic Documentary) - Real Stories. 《百年陕西》图像的“史记”-微众圈. 《百年陕西》图像展，圆了我们的“中国梦”。
那是在2006年，我和李少童老师就有了一个朦胧的计划：搜集摄影图像，做一个“百年陕西”的展览。 但因为身单力薄，进展迟缓。 用“山穷水复”来形容当时的艰难，一点儿也不为过。 后来，终于“柳暗花明”，多方面的扶助， 《百年陕西》终于完成，陕西的“图像史记”终于问世！ 1898年 陕西汉中 略阳县城 （俄）鲍耶尔斯基 摄 1904--1914年 陕西汉中 汉剧演出 意大利传教士南怀谦 摄. Home > Wing Luke Museum. Welcome to the Chinese American Museum of Chicago! Provides general office support with a variety of clerical activities and related tasks.
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Must be fluent in Mandarin. This is a part-time position. Send resume and cover letter to: China's Calligraphic Arts. Home > Explore + Learn > Chinese art > China's Calligraphic Arts Six major scripts have developed over the course of more than three thousand years for writing Chinese characters, and all are still used in "artistic writing" (calligraphy) today.
Each of these styles of writing—oracle bone, seal, clerical, cursive, running, and standard—has distinct differences in appearance. Characters in seal script, for example, have symmetrical structures made with thin, even lines. Clerical script is recognized by its prominent down strokes, while running script more closely resembles informal handwriting. One script builds upon the other, as seen in the progression above, where each set of characters represents the word "dragon. " Dating to the thirteenth century BCE, the earliest examples of Chinese writing are found on bones, stones, and metal artifacts of ritual or historical importance.
Chinese Calligraphy. Columbia University. China From the Inside. Radio Garden. China. Ancient China. World War II in the Pacific - National Geographic Society. The uncertain limits of intellectual freedom in China. In my last post about my time lecturing on property rights in China, I mentioned that many Chinese academics and intellectuals are very open about criticizing their government in private and semi-public settings.
There is little question that there is greater intellectual freedom in China today than several decades ago. Looking back on the Great Leap Forward. Blood on the tracks: a portrait of Mao adorns a freight train in Yuhsien County, Shansi Province, May 5th, 1958.In the People’s Republic of China, archives do not belong to the people, they belong to the Communist Party.
They are often housed in a special building on the local party committee premises, which are generally set among lush and lovingly manicured grounds guarded by military personnel. Access would have been unthinkable until a decade or so ago, but over the past few years a quiet revolution has been taking place, as increasing quantities of documents older than 30 years have become available for consultation to professional historians armed with a letter of recommendation. The extent and quality of the material varies from place to place, but there is enough to transform our understanding of the Maoist era. Teaching Tiananmen to a New Generation.
Photo Born and raised in , Rowena Xiaoqing He is best known for her research on the 1989 Tiananmen democracy movement.
In 2010, she created a freshman seminar at called “Rebels With a Cause: Tiananmen in History and Memory,” and in 2014, she published “Tiananmen Exiles: Voices of the Struggle for Democracy in China.” In 2015, she joined the faculty of St. Michael’s College in Vermont, where she continues to offer the seminar. While her work has won respect from fellow scholars, it has made her a target of attacks by young “patriotic” Chinese. Visualising China: explore historical photos of China. Historical Photographs of China. Zhuangzi. Daoist Philosophy. Along with Confucianism, “Daoism” (sometimes called “Taoism“) is one of the two great indigenous philosophical traditions of China.
As an English term, Daoism corresponds to both Daojia (“Dao family” or “school of the Dao”), an early Han dynasty (c. 100s B.C.E.) term which describes so-called “philosophical” texts and thinkers such as Laozi and Zhuangzi, and Daojiao (“teaching of the Dao”), which describes various so-called “religious” movements dating from the late Han dynasty (c. 100s C.E.) onward. Thus, “Daoism” encompasses thought and practice that sometimes are viewed as “philosophical,” as “religious,” or as a combination of both. While modern scholars, especially those in the West, have been preoccupied with classifying Daoist material as either “philosophical” or “religious,” historically Daoists themselves have been uninterested in such categories and dichotomies.
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Postcards: sets 1-5. n.d. Zhuanye Taiwan bentu chuban jijiang 専業台湾本土出版機構, printed by 前衛出版社. Purchased at Taiwan Indigenous Peoples Culture Park, Pingdong, Taiwan, December 15th, 2007. Die chinesische Demokratiebewegung 1978 bis 1981 -– Erinnerungen der damaligen Akteure » Peking Spring. Lesson Plans on China. China's Cultural Revolution. Film List. Hutong Karma. For the past five years, I’ve lived about a mile north of the Forbidden City, in an apartment building off a tiny alleyway in downtown Beijing.
My alley, which has no official name, begins in the west, passes through three ninety-degree turns, and exits to the south. On a map, the shape is distinctive: it looks a little like a question mark, or perhaps half of a Buddhist swastika. The Five C’s: Bringing a 1980’s Film into the 21st Century Chinese Language Learning Context. To Live. What China Could Learn From Richard Nixon. An anxious superpower is confounded by a troubled economy.
For a generation, its growth has been envied; now that growth is decelerating sharply. For decades, it has shaped and guided its economy via tight control of its banks; now that lever is malfunctioning. For years, it has carefully managed its exchange rate and limited the flow of capital across its borders; now the dam is cracking. To anyone who keeps up with the news, the superpower would seem easy to identify: China. But for those with a long memory, it could just as well be the United States of the Nixon era.
Like China today, the United States of the 1970s experienced an abrupt economic slowdown. Visualizing China’s Anti-Corruption Campaign. Meanwhile, the campaign continues. Just last week, the CCDI released a communiqué promising to maintain “unabated forces and unchanging rhythm” in pursuing the goal of a China where, as Xi put it, officials are “unable and unwilling to be corrupt.” “Catching Tigers and Flies” is designed to give users a sense of the scope and character of the anti-corruption campaign by graphically rendering information about nearly 1,500 of its targets whose cases have been publicly announced either by the CCDI, its official media partners, or related Chinese government organs.
For the time being, we have confined this database to figures whose cases have been announced by official Chinese sources. 19 Colorized Postcards from Early 1900s China. China Media Project. Chinese Communist Party Modernizes its Message — With Rap-aganda - China Real Time Report. The World in 2015: Global population and the changing shape of world demographics. Taoism. Crocodile in the Yangtze - Trailer. Crocodile in the Yangtze – The Alibaba Story. Chabuduoxiansheng - www. 差不多先生傳 胡適 你知道中國最有名的人是誰？ 提起此人，人人皆曉，處處聞名。 他姓差，名不多，是各省各縣各村人氏。 你一定見過他，一定聽過別人談起他；差不多先生的名字，天天掛在大家的口頭，因為他是中國全國人的代表。 Struggle For Smarts? How Eastern And Western Cultures Tackle Learning. Chinese schoolchildren during lessons at a classroom in Hefei, east China's Anhui province, in 2010.
STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption toggle caption STR/AFP/Getty Images Chinese schoolchildren during lessons at a classroom in Hefei, east China's Anhui province, in 2010. STR/AFP/Getty Images In 1979, when Jim Stigler was still a graduate student at the University of Michigan, he went to Japan to research teaching methods and found himself sitting in the back row of a crowded fourth-grade math class. "The teacher was trying to teach the class how to draw three-dimensional cubes on paper," Stigler explains, "and one kid was just totally having trouble with it.
Stigler knew that in American classrooms, it was usually the best kid in the class who was invited to the board. Amazon. China's Instant Cities. At 2:30 in the afternoon, the bosses began designing the factory. The three-story building they had rented was perfectly empty: white walls, bare floors, a front door without a lock. You could come or go; everything in the Lishui Economic Development Zone shared that openness. Neighboring buildings were also empty shells, and they flanked a dirt road that pointed toward an unfinished highway.
Xi Jinping on What’s Wrong with Contemporary Chinese Culture. At the Beijing Forum on Literature and Art last October, President Xi Jinping spoke to a high-level audience of arts professionals about the role of arts and culture in China. The event, along with excerpts of the October 15, 2014 speech, given in Beijing and titled “Talks at the Forum on Literature and Art Work,” were widely reported, but Xi's full remarks were not released publicly until last week, when Xinhua first published them. Xi’s speech serves as a reminder that the control of arts and culture continues to preoccupy China’s leaders, and that freedoms gained through market reform are still subject to control. The speech would have been widely circulated among the official cultural organizations that sent representatives to last year’s forum, including the China Film Association.
Once Again, Long Live Chairman Mao. WHEN Mao Zedong died, in 1976, and his wife, Jiang Qing, was arrested as the leading spirit in the Gang of Four, the Great Helmsman's legacy presented Deng Xiaoping, his reform-minded successor, with a dilemma. To de-emphasize Mao's legacy in China, as Khrushchev had tried to "de-Stalinize" the Soviet Union, would have shaken loose the keystone of the ideological arch that still held up the Chinese Communist Party's right to rule unilaterally in the name of the people. However, to continue emphasizing Mao's militant class-based ideology would have collided with the kinds of economic reforms that Deng, who had himself been accused of being a "capitalist roader," and had suffered grievously as a result of Mao's whimsical dictates during the Cultural Revolution, viewed as essential for the transformation of China into a modern country.
Deng adopted a strategy of distancing himself from Mao's legacy without entirely repudiating it. Confucius Comes Home. Young Style 青春派中英双字. H-Net Reviews. Chinese History And Culture. Horrors of one-child policy leave deep scars in Chinese society. Who was Confucius? - Bryan W. Van Norden. MIT Visualizing Cultures. A Year After Xi’s Landmark Speech on the Arts, Some Things Get Left Out - China Real Time Report. Obama-Xi State Visit: How China's President Defines the Chinese Dream. The Governance of China, a collection of the political theories of Chinese President Xi Jinping, is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read. Destined for War: Can China and the United States Escape Thucydides’s Trap? The incredible history of China's terracotta warriors - Megan Campisi and Pen-Pen Chen. What makes the Great Wall of China so extraordinary - Megan Campisi and Pen-Pen Chen.
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Táng 唐 Dynasty. 筷子礼仪五知道 Five Things You Must NOT Do with Chopsticks. Is There a Economic Bubble in China About to Burst? Published: 15 June 2015 Author: Michael Roberts China announced a cut in its benchmark interest rate to just over 5%. This was the third rate cut since last November. The government is clearly worried that the powerhouse Chinese economy is slowing down so much that it is threatening its ability to provide enough jobs and incomes for the people still flooding into the teeming cities.
A failure to deliver on growth and jobs would put into jeopardy the rule of the Chinese elite. China’s economy is now growing at its slowest rate since the end of the global financial crisis and the great recession in 2009. The slowdown is particularly visible in the industrial sectors. And the consumption of goods has also slowed. Chinese Government Official Smiling at Tragic Accident Scene. Street Racing Rich Kid Kills Pedestrian, Netizens Outraged.
A young man in Hangzhou, China was hit and killed by a red Mitsubishi Evo sports car that was racing with two other expensive sports cars a few nights ago. Web Links. 中國哲學書電子化計劃. HOTKEY快速導覽-數位典藏與數位學習聯合目錄. Marks on Chinese Porcelain - The Qing Dynasty (1644-1912) and their reign marks. Early Chinese Bronzes. Arts of China Consortium: links. Tibet Through Chinese Eyes. China comments on the South (China) Sea disputes. Government Bulletin. China’s ‘New Silk Road’ Vision Revealed. Olympic Nightmare.