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History Of Place Names In China

Author : Zhi Dao
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Genre : History
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The book provides highlights on the key concepts and trends of evolution in History of Place Names in China, as one of the series of books of “China Classified Histories”.
Category: History

A History Of The Great Wall Of China

Author : Ai Jing
ISBN : 9781938368325
Genre : Architecture
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The Great Wall of China is the world's largest military defense structure. It towers and meanders along mountain ranges, constructed more than 2,000 years ago. It was made more brilliant by the numerous wars, power struggles, successive dynasties, political and economic historical events influencing imperial China for over 2,000 years. The everlasting value of the Great Wall comes from the architecture, with its components of the wall, gates, towns, garrisons, and signal towers, along with their artistic elements. It also derives fame from the countless classical works of poetry, folk literature, theater and storytelling written about it by rulers, soldiers, literati and famous poets. This book is among the most systematic and comprehensive works on the Great Wall. It conveys to the reader content in language that is clear and straightforward. It traces the history of the Great Wall's origin, including the initial Period of construction for multiple defensive walls, the era of overall transformation, the Period of the partial expansion and the Period of overall maintenance. The readers will obtain a clear and comprehensive view of the overall picture of the Great Wall and its history from this book. Published by SCPG Publishing Corporation and distributed by World Scientific for all markets except China
Category: Architecture

Capital Cities And Urban Form In Pre Modern China

Author : Victor Cunrui Xiong
ISBN : 9781317235552
Genre : Social Science
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Luoyang, situated in present-day Henan province, was one of the great urban centres of pre-Qin and early imperial China, the favoured site for dynastic capitals for almost two millennia. This book, the first in any Western language on the subject, traces the rise and fall of the six different capital cities in the region which served eleven different dynasties from the Western Zhou dynasty, when the first capital city made its appearance in Luoyang, to the great Tang dynasty, when Luoyang experienced a golden age. It examines the political histories of these cities, explores continuity and change in urban form with a particular focus on city layouts and landmark buildings, and discusses the roles of religions, especially Buddhism, and illustrious city residents. Overall the book provides an accessible survey of a broad sweep of premodern Chinese urban history.
Category: Social Science

Resistant City Histories Maps And The Architecture Of Development

Author : Eunice Mei Feng Seng
ISBN : 9789811211706
Genre : Architecture
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This vivid book is an inquiry into the stagnation between the development of architectural practice and the progress in urban modernization. It is about islands as territories of resistance. It is about dense places where multitudes dwell in perennial contestations with the city on every front. It is about the histories, tactics and spaces of everyday survival within the hegemonic sway of global capital and unstoppable development. It is preoccupied with making visible the culture of resistance and architecture's entanglement with it. It is about urban resilience. It is about Hong Kong, where uncertainty is status quo.This interdisciplinary volume explores real and invented places and identities that are created in tandem with Hong Kong's urban development. Mapping contested spaces in the territory, it visualizes the energies and tenacity of the people as manifest in their daily life, social and professional networks and the urban spaces in which they inhabit. Embodying the multifaceted nature of the Asian metropolis, the book utilizes a combination of archival materials, public data sources, field observations and documentation, analytical drawings, models, and maps.Related Link(s)
Category: Architecture

The Encyclopaedia Britannica

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ISBN : OSU:32435021925300
Genre : Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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China

Author : James Harrison Wilson
ISBN : UOM:39015039402329
Genre : China
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Category: China

China S Millions

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924079487777
Genre : China
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Category: China

Author : Cordier, Henri, 1849-1925. Bibliotheca sinica
ISBN : UVA:X030222973
Genre : China
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The China Monthly

Author : George Barry O'Toole
ISBN : UOM:39015020143858
Genre : China
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Category: China

Author : 李家熙
ISBN : CHI:60107888
Genre : Ecology
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Category: Ecology

New China

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ISBN : MINN:31951001239570N
Genre : China
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Category: China

Adult Catalog Subjects

Author : Los Angeles County Public Library
ISBN : UOM:39015036805649
Genre : Library catalogs
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The Lady Named Thunder

Author : Clifford H. Phillips
ISBN : UOM:39015058124002
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Dr. Margaret Phillips was a pioneering missionary who served in China at a time when women were usually dutiful wives, and certainly not unmarried "suffragist" medical doctors. Educated at Manchester University, she spent 43 years in China with a special mission to improve the health and circumstances of women, fight tuberculosis, and heal sick children. Overlapping the era in which the Imperial system collapsed, China was invaded and occupied by Japan, and the Communist revolution began, the life story of Margaret Phillips reflects the great events that transformed China in the first half of the 20th century.
Category: Biography & Autobiography