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China and Taiwan in 1988 by Jonathan D. Pollack

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Published by Rand Corp. in Santa Monica, CA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • China -- History -- 1976-.,
  • China -- Foreign relations -- 1976-.,
  • Taiwan -- History -- 1945-.,
  • Taiwan -- Foreign relations -- 1945-.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJonathan D. Pollack.
SeriesRand paper series -- P-7531
ContributionsRand Corporation.
The Physical Object
Pagination13 p. ;
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17927176M

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Adapted from contributions to the Britannica Book of the Year, this essay presents overviews of the political, social, and economic climates in China and Taiwan in The reform programs of the Chinese leadership encountered major problems and uncertainties. This book analyses the ‘China impact’ on Taiwan in terms of its social, political and security space from both an empirical and conceptual point of view. It is the first comprehensive account of China’s multifaceted impact on the politics and society of contemporary Taiwan, written by renowned scholars from Taiwan, Europe and the U.S. Taiwan (tī´wän´), Portuguese Formosa, officially Republic of China, island nation ( est. pop. 23,,), 13, sq mi (35, sq km), in the Pacific Ocean, separated from the mainland of S China by the mi-wide (km) Taiwan Strait. Together with many nearby islets, including the Pescadores and the island groups of Quemoy and Matsu, it forms the seat of the Republic of China.   Taiwan (tī´wän´), Portuguese Formosa, officially Republic of China, island nation ( est. pop. 23,,), 13, sq mi (35, sq km), in the Pacific Ocean, separated from the mainland of S China by the mi-wide (km) Taiwan Strait. Together with many nearby islets, including the Pescadores and the island groups of Quemoy and Matsu, it forms the seat of the Republic of China.

China and Taiwan in This paper is adapted from essays written for the Britannica Book of the Year In it, the author reviews key political, economic, and foreign policy developments in China and Taiwan during 18 January – China Southwest Airlines Flight ; 14 March – Johnson South Reef Skirmish; December–January – Nanjing anti-African protests; unknown date Ping An Insurance founded. [page needed] Xigang Real Estate Development, as predecessor of Wanda Group founded in Dalian, Liaoning Province. [page needed] Skyworth was founded in s: s, s, s, s, s.   Fincher’s book on Leftover Women is a refreshing work within the topic of China and gender, which argues that the labeling of women as being “leftover” is part of a state-sponsored media campaign that has created a greater disparity between men and women in China today – contrary to a popular assumption that women have benefited from. Julie wrote: "Someone needs to edit this list again. There are a ton of non-fiction books on here." I realize that including non-fiction is against the stated rule of the list, but there is a lot of great non-fiction both originally in English and in translation from Chinese, and it deserves as much recognition as the fiction.

the history is well written and comprehensive.I recommend this book to anyone making a trip to Taiwan.I was completely unaware of the history of the island and was surprised to learn about the "aboriginal" population of the same racial origin as the Malayan people and dangerous headhunters late in the 19th period of Portuguese and Dutch occupation make a "pirate" history followed Cited by:   Roaring out of the sky, an FV fighter jet lands smoothly to rearm and refuel on an unremarkable freeway in rural Taiwan, surrounded by rice paddies.   3. Taiwan Under Japanese Colonial Rule by Ping Hui Liao Another book on the role colonialism played in the economic and political development in Taiwan. This series of essays hopes that by reexamining the colonial era, readers will gain a new perspective on Taiwan’s relationship with Japan, China, and the United : Jordan Yamashita. The history of the island of Taiwan dates back tens of thousands of years to the earliest known evidence of human habitation. The sudden appearance of a culture based on agriculture around BC is believed to reflect the arrival of the ancestors of today's Taiwanese indigenous peoples. The island was colonized by the Dutch in the 17th century, followed by an influx of Hoklo people including.