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    Fighting the Dark Night: Lu Xun’s Biography Author: Chen Shuyu Publisher: The Writers Publishing House In a biography, at least two people are inclu…
  • Insight into antinovels in modern China
    With reader consciousness at its core, The Spirit of the Literary Field analyzes the elements, inner structure, mechanisms, motives and questions in the literary field …
  • Rural history of the collectivization period
    Retrospection on Collectivization, edited by Professor Xing Long, collected the research results of Xing and his team on social history during the collectivization peri…
  • Qin mysteries uncovered in bamboo slips
    The Qin Dynasty (221-206 BC) united China for the first time, creating in the process an influential administrative system that was passed on to the following dynasties…
  • Diplomatic relations of the Republican Era
    Collection of Diplomatic Documents in the Republic of China Era 1911-1949 was published in December, 2015. The large collection is the result of joint endeavors by the …
  • Peace, prosperity in Huizhou community
    The book Continuity and Disruption uses the example of a rural society in Huizhou, southern Anhui Province, to probe into this problem.
  • History engraved in stele inscriptions
    Stele inscriptions in Henan Province are well-known historical relics at home and abroad. A treasured calligraphy sample, Longmen Twenty Calligraphic Gems, is carved in…
  • A field study of the She ethnic group
    Out of the Mountains by Wang Xiao demonstrates new characteristics in terms of field study and anthropological research.
  • Zhou Yiliang’s multifaceted contributions to history
    Zhou Yiliang (1913-2001), a historian representative of the broader field of Chinese history, is well-known in academic circles throughout in China, Japan, Europe and t…