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Prostitution In Hong Kong - History - Tanka Prostitutes
... The Tanka did not marry with the Chinese, being descendants of the natives, they were restricted to the waterways ... Ordinary Chinese prostitutes were afraid of serving Westerners since they looked strange to them, while the Tanka prostitutes freely mingled with ... of prostitution among the Tanka women led to them being hated by the Chinese both because they had sex with westerners and them being racially Tanka ...
G. William Skinner - Publications
... Books and monographs Report on the Chinese in Southeast Asia ... Chinese Society in Thailand An Analytical History ... Leadership and Power in the Chinese Community of Thailand ...
Chinese Society Of Psychiatry - Origins and Organization
... The organization developed out of the Chinese Society of Neuro-Psychiatry which was founded in 1951 ... This separated into the Chinese Society of Psychiatry and Chinese Society of Neurology in 1994 ... The official journal of the CSP is the Chinese Journal of Psychiatry (中华精神科杂志) ...
Karl August Wittfogel - Works (in English)
... The Foundations and Stages of Chinese Economic History, Zeitschrift für Sozialforschung, Alcan, Paris, 4, 1935, p ... New Light on Chinese Society An Investigation of China's Socio-Economic Structure, Institute of Pacific Relations, New York, 1938 The Society of Prehistoric China ... History of Chinese Society, Liao, 907-1125, American Philosophical Society, Transactions ...
Zi Wei Dou Shu - Chinese Society
... As with all other forms of fortune-telling, the Chinese do not generally see astrology as an infallible guide as to what will happen, but more as a form of forecasting in detail ...

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