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He practices a complex, from a primary school teacher, headmaster to a professor and dean of the faculty of education Sichuan Normal University, interdisciplinary approach in his research and combines perspectives from pedagogy, psychology, sociology, economics, philosophy, politics and history.
At present he is dean of the Faculty of Education Sichuan Normal University and professor, tutor for undergraduates as well as a supervisor for postgraduates.
The Dean and Professor at the Faculty of Education Sichuan Normal University, Apr. 1997-present.
khamaid.org /about_us/badenncv.htm   (738 words)

 Politics in the P.R China since 1949
From 1966 through 1976, culture revolution, a mass mobilization of Chinese youth begun and led by Mao and his wife, Jiang Qing smashed the Communist party bureaucracy, paralyzed education and research, and left the economy almost a shambles.
The significance of the Zunyi conference was that Mao, as the leader of Internalist became the head of C.C.P and the direction of the party’s political doctrine consequently changed.
He was born in Sichuan province in 1904.
www.empereur.com /DOC/Politics_in_the_People_CH.html   (738 words)

 RESISTANCE WARS -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
Though China was alleviated from the invasions by the Western powers after Western colonialist powers began to decline, Japan, with a notion of "Entry Into Europe By Severing Itself From Asia", had adopted an even more barbaric colonialist, militarist and expansionist policy and undertook the invasion of Ryukyu, Korea, Manchuria, and China proper, consecutively.
After the '9-18 Incident' (i.e., Japanese invasion of Manchuria on Sept 18th of 1931), Hu Hanmin and Li Jishen were released from house arrest in Nanking consecutively.
Chiang Kai-shek, in party internal speech, emphasized the necessity of forebearance in face of Japanese invasion by means of "exhibiting justice against hegemony and countering barbarity with peace".
www.uglychinese.org /war.htm   (12899 words)

 Eight Immortals of Communist China
See also: People's Republic of China Politics of the People's Republic of China
Eight Immortals was a group of elderly members the Communist Party of China who held substantial power during the 1980s and 1990s.
In Chinese however they are called instead the Eight Great Eminent Officials (八&: bā dà yuán lǎo) abbreviated as Eight Elders (八老 bā lǎo).
www.freeglossary.com /Party_elders   (376 words)

 Vol.33, No. 11-- This issue -- onCampus, OSU"s Newspaper for Faculty and Staff
From one of the oldest and most highly respected art schools in China, Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, this specially curated exhibition contains contemporary prints, ink paintings and oil paintings by faculty and graduate students spanning the last decade.
John Huntington, professor of history of art, and Dina Bangdel, director of special collections, College of the Arts, and curator of the Huntington Archive, are co-exhibition curators for The Circle of Bliss: Buddhist Meditational Art, on view at the Columbus Museum of Art, 480 E. Broad St., Feb. 6-May 9.
Art and politics come together for Pentecost, by David Edgar, which will be presented Feb. 25-March 6 in Thurber Theatre and is set in an abandoned church in eastern Europe.
www.osu.edu /oncampus/v33n11/thisissue_3.html   (376 words)

 Cultural Revolution Conference: Fen Bin
Impelled by Mao’s slogans "Art serving the workers, peasants and soldiers" and "Art serving politics," artists threw themselves into the creation of "Rent Courtyard Collection" wholeheartedly, sincerely believing exaggerated stories of how landlords had oppressed farmers before the revolution.
Currently, he is Associate Professor and Director of the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute.
His essays were published in major professional art magazines and other periodicals in China and have aroused extensive discussions in art circles.
www.belkin-gallery.ubc.ca /webpage/china/pages/talks/feng.html   (376 words)

 James Miller's Publications
University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, MB, May 2004; International Conference on Daoist Studies, Sichuan University, China; Parliament of the World's Religions, Barcelona, Spain.
"Ecology and the State: The Politics and Prospects of Daoist Studies." Daoist Studies Consultation, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting.
The virtue of theft in the Liezi" Paper presented at the South East Conference of the Association for Asian Studies, Lexington, KY.
rels.queensu.ca /jm/pubs.php   (376 words)

 Walt Whitman Quarterly Review Bibliography for 1992
"Emerson, Whitman, and the Politics of Representation." Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania, 1992.
[Studies nineteenth-century American "language debates" and their ties to "issues of nationalism" and the "liberating implications of democracy," with special attention to Whitman's commitment to "an unbound American language," an idea that "in the years after the Civil War.
Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Texas at Austin, 1992.
www.uiowa.edu /~wwqr/bibliographies/1992_txt.html   (376 words)

 Faculty Profile: Nancy H. Kaufman
Experience Includes Serving as a Lecturer on International Tax Matters at: Institute of International Taxation in Taiwan, Beijing University, East China University of Politics and Law, Northwest University of Politics and Law, Sichuan University in Xi’an and Tsinghua University in Beijing.
In addition to her responsibilities at the School of Law, Professor Kaufman has taught a course on income tax treaties for the past 10 years at the Institute of International Taxation in Taiwan, which trains tax administrators for developing newly industrialized countries in international tax law.
After five years of private practice, she joined Saint Louis University in 1989 and was director of the Center for International and Comparative Law from 2000 to 2002.
lawlib.slu.edu /faculty/profiles/profile.asp?username=kaufman   (425 words)

 Rene Wanner's Poster Page / News
"Edges of the Earth" Migration of Art and Regional Politics: A Proposal for an Investigative Journey in Art
Tokyo National University of Fine Art and Music Doctoral Program Final Exhibition
CO1 School of Visual Arts 1st Anniversary Poster Exhibition (cow)
www.posterpage.ch /div/news/n040504/n040504.htm   (425 words)

 Global Automotive Conference
Bolan Zhu graduated from Southwest University of Politics and Legislation, Chongqing, PRC (People's Republic of China) with a Bachelors in Philosophy and earned a Masters degree in Political Economics from Sichuan Normal College, Sichuan province, PRC.
She is currently serving as the Vice president of Yuzhou University, Chongqing, PRC and as Vice president of Chongqing Technology and Business University,Chonqing, PRC.
gac.ky.net /2003/speakers/Bolan_Zhu.htm   (425 words)

The Yanbianxin County Detention Center in Panzhihua City, Sichuan Province is the most vicious place of its kind in the region.
In the Nanmusi Female Forced Labor Camp in Zizhong County, Sichuan Province, the head of Team 7, Zhang Xiaofang (female), has resorted to all kinds of vicious means to torture Dafa practitioners.
In December, she went to the office of Yang Shizhang, the deputy SEC and Politics and Law Committee president.
clearwisdom.net /emh/articles/2002/3/11/zip.html   (425 words)

 Han Dynasty -- Political, Social, Cultural, Historical Analysis Of China
Zhao Guan and Wang Zang, who offended Doutaihou for advising Wudi on prevention of empress intervention in politics, would commit suicide inside the prison.
Zhang, however, did not forget about Wudi's order, and he fled with his Hun guide to the west and reached the state of Da'yuan, and with the assistance from Da'yuan king, was escorted to Kangju where the Kanju king assisted him further on his trip to Bactria where the Yüeh-chih Major settled down.
Zhang etc was arrested by the Huns soon, and he was forced to live among the Huns for dozens of years and he had married and bron two children.
www.uglychinese.org /han.htm   (10150 words)

 China's Environment Syllabus
We will begin by considering a range of analytical approaches that can be used to conduct research on China’s environment, including environmental history, institutional politics, property rights, economics, and political ecology.
With over one-fifth of the world's population and an increasingly important role in global politics, China must be considered seriously in any attempt to address sustainable development.
Prefecture of Sichuan, China." Paper for the International Conference on Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development.
spot.colorado.edu /~yehe/ChinaEnvironmentSyllabus.html   (10150 words)

 China's Environment Syllabus
We will begin by considering a range of analytical approaches that can be used to conduct research on China’s environment, including environmental history, institutional politics, property rights, economics, and political ecology.
With over one-fifth of the world's population and an increasingly important role in global politics, China must be considered seriously in any attempt to address sustainable development.
Prefecture of Sichuan, China." Paper for the International Conference on Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Development.
spot.colorado.edu /~yehe/ChinaEnvironmentSyllabus.html   (2797 words)

 Chengdu Travel Guide: Chengdu Hotel, Map, Climate, Bus, Pictures,Tour...
Through thousands of years its original name has been kept and its position as the capital and as the significant center of politics, commerce and military of the Sichuan area (once called Shu) has remained unchanged.
Located in the west of Sichuan Basin and in the center of Chengdu Plain, Chengdu covers a total area of 12.3 thousand square kilometres (4,749 square miles) with a population of over 11 million.
Chengdu is the capital of "Heavenly State" (Tian Fu Zhi Guo), habitat of giant pandas and city of cotton-rose hibiscus.
www.travelchinaguide.com /cityguides/chengdu.htm   (511 words)

 ANU - The China Journal: Homepage
Jonathan Unger and Anita Chan, "The Internal Politics of an Urban Chinese Work Community: A Case Study of Employee Influence on Decision-Making at a State-Owned Factory." The China Journal, no.52 (July 2004), pp.
Anita Chan and Jonathan Unger, "Voices from the Protest Movement in Chongqing, Sichuan", The Australian Journal of Chinese Affairs, No. 24 (July 1990), pp.
Jonathan Unger, The Politics of Wages in the Socialist States: An Inquiry into the Origins of Inequalities (Brighton, England: Institute of Development Studies, 1975), 182 pages.
rspas.anu.edu.au /ccc/pubs/unge_j.php   (511 words)

 ipedia.com: Chinese language Article
The seven main groups are Mandarin (represented by the lines drawn from Beijing), Wu, Xiang, Gan, Hakka, Cantonese, and Min (which linguists further divide into of 5 to 7 subdivisions on its own, which are all mutually unintelligible).
For instance, the Min language that is centered in Fujian Province contains five subdivisions, and the so-called northern language Bei yu (which is called Mandarin in the West), also contains named subdivisions, such as Yunnan hua and Sichuan hua.
However, the linkages between ethnicity, politics, and language can be complex.
www.ipedia.com /chinese_language.html   (3591 words)

 Conference Report
Young law professor participants came from Beijing University, China University of Politics and Law, Sichuan University, Wuhan University, Anhui University, Shenzhen University, City University of Hong Kong, Suzhou University, Xiamen University, South Central Politics and Law Institute (Wuhan), and Zhongshan University.
Professor Xue Mouhong of Beijing University came to Guangzhou at the same time--though sponsored independently from the conference.
At the last minute we were disappointed that Joe Dellapenna of Villanova could not come because his mother had a heart attack.
www.uky.edu /~jrogers/conf3.htm   (651 words)

 AAS Abstracts: China Session 1
Qing emperors saw no clear delineation between the realms of religion and of politics.
In 1773, the Qing deposed the indigenous ruler, deployed troops, and tightened oversight of the remaining Tai headmen.
This panel seeks to examine connections between the Qing empire's geopolitical situation and the construction of power within the empire during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
www.aasianst.org /absts/1997abst/china/c152.htm   (651 words)

 XVth EACS-Conference - Abstracts - Section D: Modern History and Society
In Jiangxi province the years between 1927 and 1935 were marked by a continuous competition between the Nationalists and the Communists, which took place not only in the battlefield but also in the fields of administration and local politics.
The area of Muli in what is now southwest Sichuan has a long history as a semi-independent kingdom wedged in between Tibet and China.
I trust the example of Wannian county can contribute to a general understanding of the ways in which political choices were made at local level.
sun.sino.uni-heidelberg.de /eacs2004/content/abstracts/section-d.php?section=6   (651 words)

Helen Rees has conducted extensive fieldwork in ritual and tourist music of Yunnan and Sichuan provinces in the southwest region of China, focusing on the Naxi ethnic minority and the Han ethnic majority.
Music of China; music and politics in East Asia;
Ph.D. Music, University of Pittsburgh; M.A., Oxford University, England; B.A. Chinese, Oxford University, England; diplomas in flute teaching (Royal College of Music, London), baroque flute performance (Trinity College, London), and recorder teaching and performance (Trinity College, London)
www.ethnomusic.ucla.edu /people/rees.htm   (651 words)

 Chinese language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
So although it is true that many parts of north China are quite homogeneous in language, while in parts of south China, major cities can have dialects that are only marginally intelligible even to close neighbours, these are all regarded as "dialects" — equal subvariations under a single Chinese language.
Furthermore, the implication that describing Chinese as multiple languages is more correct often carries with it the implication that the notion of a single Chinese language and by implication a single Chinese state or nationality is backward, oppressive, artificial, and out of touch with reality.
For instance, the Min language that is centered in Fujian Province contains five subdivisions, and the so-called northern language Bei yu (which is called Mandarin in the West), also contains named subdivisions, such as Yunnan hua and Sichuan hua.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chinese_language   (651 words)

 Chinese History - Song Dynasty event history (www.chinaknowledge.org)
Although secret preparations for a further invasion of the north, starting from Sichuan and from the lower Yangtse, were organized, these were given up after the death of general Yu Yunwen.
After the treaty of Chanyuan that was concluded with the Liao empire in the north, the Song government experienced a period of military relaxation.
Although offials like Wang Qinruo called this treaty a shame for Song China, the coming period of peaceful coexistance brought economical relaxation for the government and relieved the population from the harassment of war.
www.chinaknowledge.de /History/Song/song-event.html   (8688 words)

 su shi
Su Shi (蘇軾) (1037-1101), whose courtesy name is 子瞻, self-titled Dongpo Chushi (東坡居士, The one lived in DongPo) and is often referred to as Su Dongpo (蘇東坡), was a poet and statesman of the Song Dynasty.
Su Dongpo was a prolific poet and calligrapher; some of his notable contributions include "Chibifu " (written during his first exile) and "Suidiaogetou (Remembering Su Che on the Mid-Autumn Festival)." His poetry tended to have more vivid descriptions of natural phenomena than his contemporaries.
He was born Meishan in what is now Sichuan Province.
www.fact-library.com /su_shi.html   (283 words)

 The Tibetan Language School of Sichuan Province
Tibetan Language School of Sichuan Province is the first secondary vocational school in a Tibetan area taking Tibetan language as the main course and medium of instruction.
The Five Great Treatises of Tibetan Language and Five Minor Treatises of Tibetan Language are the center of all the major specialties, meanwhile all the students learn Chinese, politics, handwriting, and computers.
All of the education experts and scholars having investigated in the school have concluded that the Tibetan language level of the graduates of this school surpasses the level of the graduates of colleges and universities.
www.khamaid.org /programs/education/tibschool.htm   (1236 words)

 HJG: Inner Asia
Seeks to strengthen understanding of the history, politics, economies and cultures of Inner Asia (the Altai, Buryatiya, Tyva, Mongolia, Xinjiang, Hšhnuur (Qinghai), Gansu, Sichuan, Tibet, the Central Asian states, Kalmykia, Inner Mongolia, and Manchuria).
www.history-journals.de /journals/hjg-i00087.html   (1236 words)

 Anthropology Review Database
Her research interests focus on the anthropology of China, identity politics in relation to ethnicity, gender and nationalism, as well as the anthropology of tourism and the ritual process.
She studied in China in 1983-84 and taught in Sichuan in 1992-93.
Besides she is researching issues relating to kinship, prestations and property rights of women with special reference to gold.
www.wings.buffalo.edu /ARD/cgi/modbio.cgi?submit=See+The+Bios   (6214 words)

When Jigme Phuntsok established Larung Gar in Sichuan in 1980, this desolate valley 600 miles northeast of Lhasa was uninhabited.
Jigme Phuntsok was one of the few senior lamas who made it through the period without being imprisoned or tortured, and his academy came to be seen as a haven.
But as it grew, Jigme Phuntsok was also careful to steer the community away from politics, his followers said, discouraging activities that might be viewed as supporting Tibetan independence, which is fiercely opposed by the Chinese authorities.
www.baseballtibet.com /04072004bnews.htm   (340 words)

 Biography of Deng Xiaoping
Leader of the Chinese Communist Party, after 1978 the dominant figure in Chinese politics, born in Sichuan province, C China.
He studied in France, where he joined the Communist Party, and in the Soviet Union, and became associated with Mao Zedong during the period of the Jiangxi Soviet (1928–34).
In 1954 he became secretary-general of the Chinese Communist Party, but reacted strongly against the excesses of the Great Leap Forward (1958–9).
www.allbiographies.com /biography-DengXiaoping-9378.html   (177 words)

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