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How modern Chinese news cartoons grew up

Author:   PENG LEI      

News cartoons report on the latest major political, economic and social issues in the form of illustrations, and thus they draw on both journalism and art.


Regionally exploring Qing annotations about The Analects

Author:   ZHU DECI      

In A Study of Regional School Annotation of the Analects of Confucius in the Qing Dynasty, Liu Hong and Song Zhanyun, a professor and an associate professor from the College of Humanities at Yangzhou University, explore the annotations of various schools in the Qing Dynasty (1644–1911) on The Analects of Confucius from regional perspectives.


Exploring political role of Ming Grand Secretariat

Author:   MA YUFENG      

After the establishment of the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), the Hongwu Emperor (r. 1368–98) undertook a series of major political reforms to strengthen centralization and eliminate the forces that threatened imperial power.


How Han Dynasty monarchy changed Confucianism

Author:   FUKAGAWA MAKI      

According to Interaction Between Confucianism and Monarchy During the Han Dynasty by Li Ruohui, a professor from the Department of Philosophy at Xiamen University, monarchy in the Han Dynasty (206 BCE–220 CE) changed Confucian thought to a certain degree.


Exploring Lu Xun’s identity as a scholar

Author:   PAN JIANWEI      

For a long time, Lu Xun (1881–1936) was known as a writer and a thinker. With increased research, people have gradually realized that these labels do not fully cover his achievements.


Hsue-shen Tsien’s arduous journey back home

Author:   QIAN XUEMIN      

Hsue-shen Tsien, also know as Qian Xuesen, was a world-famous aerodynamicist. During his early adulthood, he worked as a professor for the California Institute of Technology (CIT) and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).


Stories reflecting spirit of Chinese scientists

Author:   HAN QIDE      

Stories of Chinese Scientists tells the stories of eight Chinese scientists, including Chu Ko-chen (1890–1974), Qian Xuesen (1911–2009), He Zehui (1914–2011), Wu Zhengyi (1916–2013), Liu Dongsheng (1917–2008), Liang Sili (1924–2016), Yuan Longping (1930– ) and Tu Youyou (1930– ).


Interpreting Great Wall from archaeological perspective

Author:   TANG XIAOFENG      

Luo Zhewen (1924–2012), an expert on ancient Chinese architecture, studied with the master architects Liang Sicheng and Liu Dunzhen.


A gift for 70th anniversary of China

Author:   SHU JINYU      

To celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China, the book launch of A Reader of Chinese Spirit was held in the Great Hall of the People on Sept. 1.


Images capture culture, history, geography of Yellow River

Author:   GE JIANXIONG      

Image Archives of Natural and Human Heritages of Chinese Rivers: Yellow River is part of the National Key Book Publishing Plan as part of the 13th Five-Year Plan.

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Interview with Wang Gungwu on significance of studying overseas Chinese

Wang Gungwu is a distinguished Australian historian who studies overseas Chinese. He currently works at the Faculty o...

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