Modern Chinese Fiction

Some articles on modern chinese fiction, chinese, modern chinese:

Hsia Chih-tsing - A History of Modern Chinese Fiction
... His seminal work, A History of Modern Chinese Fiction, published in 1961, is credited with introducing the West to the literary movements of the 1930s and ... the Cold War, there was very little information about Chinese literature then ... remains one of the major textbooks in the study of modern Chinese literature ...
5 Jiang 4 Mei 3 Reai
5 stresses, 4 beauties, 3 loves (simplified Chinese 五讲四美三热爱 traditional Chinese 五講四美三熱愛 pinyin wǔ jiǎng sì měi sān rè ài) is a ... of Trade Unions, the Central Committee of the Chinese Communist Youth League, the All-China Women's Federation, and nine other organizations issued a joint statement ... Chinese Vice-Premier Wan Li served as the chair of the 5 Stresses, 4 Beauties, 3 Loves Activity Committee ...
Foreign Relations Of Kyrgyzstan - Neighbors - People's Republic of China
... free-trade zone in Naryn attracted large numbers of Chinese businesspeople, who came to dominate most of the republic's import and export of small goods ... Most of this trade is in barter conducted by ethnic Kyrgyz or Kazakhs who are Chinese citizens ... government has expressed alarm over the numbers of Chinese who are moving into Naryn and other parts of Kyrgyzstan, but no preventive measures had been taken as of 1996 ...
Chinese
... Chinese refers to anything pertaining to China or the Chinese people ... Chinese people, people of Chinese nationality, or one of several Chinese ethnicities Zhonghua minzu(中華民族), the supra-ethnic Chinese nationality Han Chinese, the dominant ...
Chinese Islamic Cuisine
... Chinese Islamic cuisine (Chinese 清真菜 pinyin qīngzhēn cài or Chinese 回族菜 pinyin huízú cài literally "Hui people's cuisine") is the cuisine of the Hui (ethnic Chinese ...

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