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The focus of this academic study is on fengshui's significance in China over the last years, augmented by anthropological fieldwork in. China's Road to Development is a collection of papers by specialists on aspects of China's economy and society.
It covers a wide range of subjects, from development strategy to the specifics of small-scale energy exploitation, from the role of women in China's development to the 'greening' of China through great efforts in afforestation.
At the same time, it carefully avoids the pitfalls common to China documentaries. It does not orientalize or romanticize pre-Liberation China, though it respects China’s past. It does not lionize or demonize the contributions of Mao Zedong, though it recognizes Mao’s continuing importance as an icon of China’s modern identity.
The Journal of Peasant Studies. Impact Factor. Search in: Advanced search. Submit an article book review Negotiating rural land ownership in Southwest China: state, village, family Rural living conditions in pre‐liberation China:.
This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Social Work at ScholarWorks at WMU. For without losers,' and rural poverty has been reduced by some 90%. This all contributes to the fact that Chinese are more ac- Whyte argues that for centuries in Pre-Liberation China, Chinese peasants were not bound to the land (as in.
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From Feudalism to Capitalism: Japanese Scholarship on the Transformation of Chinese Rural Society "Kaiho zen no Chugoku nogyo to sono seisan kankei-Kahoku" (Relations of production in pre-Liberation Chinese agriculture-North China.
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Since the Rural.NOTES INTRODUCTION. 1 Throughout this book, I use the term Chinese Party-state, as opposed to Chinese nation-state, to describe contemporary China.I use this term as a specific allusion to the imaginary single-party political fabric that the CCP has attempted to stretch across China’s multiethnic territory since “Liberation” in