It normally takes those of us who are non-native speakers of the Chinese language quite a long time to develop a ”feel” for the insignificance of certain minor terminological differences in official PRC documents. What I have in mind are not the kind of subtle differences that gave rise to Pekingology, but in a sense their opposite: those that we in the end may safely decide don’t mean all that much.
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“The Chinese Civil War and the Cold War: the Regional Impact”
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October 27-29, 2016
CALL FOR PAPERS
I just looked at the online journal JIYI. The first article in no.154
mentions QIu Chun who seems to be the father of the writer Qiu Ran.
Has anyone studied them or their works?
Who was the mother?
Are there more articles on them in the online journals?
Dear H-PRC listserv members,
Below are my very fragmented notes concerning recent resources, publications, etc. that I have seen circulating in the digital sphere. I'm posting them in part to encourage others to "fill in the blanks" as they see appropriate, either in the thread created by this discussion or in separate posts.
my personal "document of the month" would have been a 1927 student list of Yanjing U
which includes Zhang Fang. the main Chinese assistant of Richard Sorge in Shanghai
Mr. Zhang and his memoirs
May 16th marked the fiftieth anniversary of the beginning of the Cultural Revolution.
For a research project, I would be grateful for any contact info with the Central Song and Dance Ensemble (Performing Arts Ensemble) of the People's Liberation Army in Beijing.
József Böröcz (Professor of Sociology, Rutgers University)
I've just joined H-PRC. I received my Ph.D.