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Complete Index - 1981 - 2012

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CULTURE: ART, FILM, LITERATURE, MUSIC, THEATER

ECONOMICS

EDUCATION: IN CHINA, ABOUT CHINA

ENVIRONMENT, NATURE

GEOGRAPHY

HISTORY

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

LANGUAGE

NON-HAN ETHNIC GROUPS

MISCELLANEOUS

PHOTOGRAPHY: ESSAYS, EXHIBITS

POLITICS

RELIGION

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, MEDICINE

SOCIETY

SPORTS

TRAVELING, LIVING, WORKING: AMERICANS IN CHINA, CHINESE IN THE U.S.

USCPFA NATIONAL: CONVENTIONS, SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES

WOMEN: CHINESE, AMERICAN

REVIEWS: BOOKS, FILMS, MUSIC, THEATER

OBITUARIES

 

 

CULTURE: ART, FILM, LITERATURE, MUSIC, THEATER

 

“’A Chinese Woman Revealed Her People,’” XXVII, 4, 10-15

“Architecture,” VII, 3, 21-23

“Explaining Important Things,” (reprinted from Folktales of China) XXXIV, 4, 4-5

“Lu Xun Centenary Observed,” V, 5, 25

“The Guangzhou Fine Arts Academy,” XI, 3, 19-22

“The Making of a Great Wall,” XI, 2, 21-23

“Willy Wang, American Sculptor, Painter,” (from Wang’s website) XXXV, 2, 15

Adams, Robert, “Classic opera in modern China,” VIII, 6, 14-15

Anderson, Mary, “About Storytelling: Chinese Clapper Tales,” XXXIV, 4, 7-8

Bertholf, Amanda, “A Local Composer from a World Away,” (reprinted from Perspectives News Magazine) XXXV, 4, 10

Bloomer, Carolyn M., “Cheap Thrills: Rediscovered Fiction,” XXXIII, 3, 19-22

Bloomer, Carolyn M., “The Power of Copying and the Myth of Originality: Ruminations on the Issues of Intellectual Property,” XXXV, 4, 11-13

Chen Haiyun, “Chinese Women Writers Since 1976,” XXVII, 4, 8-9

Chen Haosu, “Friends of the Chinese People,” XXII, 1, 25, 27, 30

Ciarlillo, Marjorie Ann, “Music Mirrors China’s Growth,” VI, 2, 22-23

Cobb, Barbara, “Chinese Collection in the Asian Division, Library of Congress,” XXVI, 3, 17

Cobb, Barbara, “Shadow Play,” XXIV, 4, 20

Conroy, Fran, “Dream & Reality In Current Literature,” V, 4, 20-21

Deane, Hugh, “Documentary Film Depicting Nanjing Massacre Is Located,” XV, 3, 21

Deane, Hugh, “Ezra Pound’s Chinese Translucencies,” V, 4, 16-19

Deane, Hugh, “Mao Dun and Agnes Smedley,” V, 4, 23-24

DeWitt, Cinny, “Feng Shui: 27 Concepts to Harmonize Your Life,” XXIII, 3, 20-21

Dorff, Susan, “Afterthoughts,” VIII, 3, 26-32

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Art in Our Atoms,” XV, 3, 12-14

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Friendship Through the Arts: The Journey of One Thousand Highlights,” XVII, 3, 28-29

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Hu Shiguang, a Poet of the Soul,” X, 2, 16

Faglie, Jean B., “Learning About Writing From the Heart,” XVI, 3, 10-11

Fan Jongying, “Some Observations on the Recent Development of the Chinese Language,” XI, 1, 15-18

Fei Fei, “The Four Treasures of the Study: The Writing Brush, Ink-Stack, Paper and Inkstone,” (reprinted from China Travel), XXIII, 1, 27

Friend, Robert, “Gu Yuan: Artist of the Loessland,” VI, 2, 20-21

from Reclaiming San Francisco: History, Politics, Culture) XXXII, 4, 24-25

Graham, Sean, “Movie-Going and Movie-Going Genres Among American and Chinese College Students,” XXX, 4, 15-17

Grossman, Charles, “Artists Visit to Observe Carlson Centennial,” XX, 2, 19

Hong Ke, “One Family in the Desert,” (translated by Ren Huilian and Hu Zongfen) XXXV, 1, 11-13, 27-28

Hu Shiguang, “Chinese Contemporary Literature: Its Development and Problems,” X, 2, 17-20, 25

Hu Yaobang, “Literature as a Weapon,” V, 6, 14-15

Huai Bing, “The Struggle in the Chinese Communist Party Provoked by the Bai Hua Incident,” V, 6, 16-17

Huang Fu, “Lanlan Loses Her Youth,” (translated by Ed Krebs) XXXIV, 4, 8-9

Huang Xinqu, “Reflections on the translation of poems of Lu Xun,” VIII 6, 12-13

Huang Youyi, “Publishing for Foreigners in China,” XV, 4, 13-14

Kempf, Andrea, “Reading About China,” XXXV, 1, 18-19

Kennedy, Shirley, “Jazz Odyssey: The Status and Future of Jazz in China,” XVIII, 3, 14-16

Ketter, Marge, “Double Seventh Night,” XXII, 2, 24

Klapmeier, Jolie, “Dr. Seuss in China,” XV, 3, 9-11

Kofler, Lilly, “Chinese-American Literature,” XXXV, 2, 11-13

Kong Guo Hui, “Notes on the Red Chamber Dream,” IX, 3, 23-24

Krebs, Sylvia, “A Day in Hu Xian—Peasant Painter Country,” XXVIII, 2, 16

Lael, Jane, “The Silk Road Project Yo-Yo Ma,” XXXVI, 3, 13

Lancaster, John, “The Strange Story of K,” XXVII, 4, 16-17

Lao Xiang, “A Country Boy Withdraws from School,” (summarized from Contemporary Chinese Stories) XXXIV, 4, 5-6

LaWell, Cresali A., “Wei Li Wang, Sculptor,” XXV, 4, 17-18

Lee, Anthony W., “Yun Gee and the Chinese Revolutionary Artist’s Club,” (excerpted

LeMaster, J.R., “Mark Twain: Exposer of the ‘Dollar Empire’ A Speech by Lao She Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of Mark Twain,” XIX, 3, 11-15

Li Hua, “Nushu—A Separate Women’s System of Writing,” XIII, 1, 12

Li Shu, “Memories of Chinese New Years,” XIII, 1, 17

Li Tianfeng, “Love’s Unknown Number,” XXXVI, 2, 15-17

Li, Lilia, “A touch of the poet,” VII, 4, 13-14

Lin, Winny, “How to Plan a Successful Chinese Film Festival,” XXIX, 1, 15

Liu Xuelin, “Hip Hop’s Sociocultural Impact on Contemporary China,” XXXV, 4, 14-16

Mackenzie, Colin, “Laurence Sickman and the Chinese Art Collection at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City,” XXXV, 1, 14-16

Manton, Judy, “Harness the Arts to Serve the Revolution,” XXXI, 3, 12-14

McIntire, David, “China Rising: Musical Globalism,” XXXVI, 1, 14

Mendel, R.J., “A woman film director makes her mark,” VIII, 1, 12-15

Mendel, R.J., “Peasant New Year paintings . . a cash crop,” VIII, 6, 16-19

Mendel, R.J., “The Fragrant Hill Hotel of I.M Pei,” VII, 3, 24

Mendel, Robert J., “Qinghua Students Win Global Design Awards,” XXIII, 1, 15-17

Morison, Stephen, Jr., “A new Genre in Chinese Fiction,” XXXIV, 4, 10

Nadeau, Randall L., “Youth and idealism in today’s China,” VII, 3, 6-8

Nersheim, John, “ABC’s of Chinese Culture,” XV, 3, 14-15

Novak, LaVergne, “Jade, a Heavenly Stone,” XXII, 2, 6-7

Nylander, Marlene, “Enjoying Friendship Through the Arts,” XVIII, 2, 15

Peramaki, Anne, “Changing Imagery in Chinese Cinema,” XII, 1, 26-27

Perimaki, Anne, “Crazy Critics,” X, 5, 28-29

Perry, Anne Jenkins and Ratner, Carl, “Interview: Ruth Weiss, Journalism and Changing Attitudes,” V, 4, 30

Polumbaum, Nyna, “Save Life on Earth,” X, 3, 13

Quick, Bob, “The missionary position on China,” IX, 4, 24

Randolph, Priscilla, “Friendship through the Arts Poetry,” XV, 3, 14-15

Robinson, James, “An Introduction to the Indianapolis Museum of Art and Its China Collection,” XIX, 2, 16-17

Rosen, Carole, “Cross Talk,” (reprinted from Sierra Magazine), V, 4, 27-28

Rubinstein, Annette T., “First Fruits of a Real Literary Renascence?” XI, 5, 5-8

Rui Yuanru, “The role of journalism in China,” VIII, 3, 22-25, 30

Selman, Jan, “Reflections on the New Suzhou Museum,” XXXI, 3, 11-12

Shih Hsio-yen, “Creativity in China,” VII, 3, 19-20

Smith, Richard, “Tradition and Modernization: Contradictions Face China’s Leaders,” V, 6, 7-12

Strommer, Bernice, “Chinese Landscape Art,” XVI, 3, 8-9

Tang Yuankai, “China’s Film Industry: Projecting Change,” (reprinted from Beijing Review) XXVIII, 4, 6-7

Tang Yuankai, “The Changing Roll of ‘Underground’ Film,” (excerpted from China Today) XXVIII, 4, 8

Tauroa, Patricia, “Sharing Culture,” XXXVI, 4, 7-8

Tien, Joseleyne Slade, “Emotional Content: Interpreting Contemporary Chinese Paintings,” V, 2, 12-15

Timm, Ruth, “China – Its Contribution to the Arts,” (reprinted from the National League of Pen Women magazine),XVI, 3, 5-7

Tinari, Phillip, “Taking the Leap,” XXXV, 4, 8-9

Trescott, Kitty, “Chinese Peasant Paintings in Jinshan County,” XXXI, 3, 22

Tung, Timothy, “A Writer’s Lawsuit and His Porridge, XVI, 1, 19-20

Tung, Timothy, “Close encounters of the fourth kind?” IX, 1, 12-13

Tung, Timothy, “In praise of beautiful eyes,” IX, 2, 26-27

Tung, Timothy, “Liu Binyan’s Dissidence: A Review with Reminiscence,” XV, 2, 16-17

Tung, Timothy, “New directions in cinema,” VI, 6, 17-21

Tung, Timothy, “New Fiction Emerges in China, V, 4, 13-15

Tung, Timothy, “The Chinese intellectual,” VII, 4, 19

Tung, Timothy, “The investigative reporter,” VII, 5, 17

Tung, Timothy, “To be a writer in the PRC,” VIII, 3, 19-21

Veach, Dan, “Poetry in Mainland China,” XXXV, 4, 4-8

Washburn, Abigail, “Take a Banjo to China,” XXXVI, 4, 9-10

Wen Huang, “Current State of the Book Business in China,” XXXIV, 3, 13-14

Wilkinson, J. Norman, “A Night at the Opera,” VI, 3, 21-22

Wintz, Tese, “Beijing Sees The Sound of Music,” VI, 2, 24

Worth, Nina Weber, and Worth, Don, “Art Deco from Shanghai to Miami,” XXXI, 2, 7-8

Wu, William, “The Yellow Peril in American Fiction,” XI, 2, 10-13

Xiao Hua, “Life and Death in Shanghai?” XII, 2, 9-13

Xie Lei, “China’s Film Industry Fights to Prosper,” XVII, 4, 21-22

Yeh Chun-Chan, “Prayer for Peace: A Memoir for Lao She,” XIV, 4, 8-12

Yi Ge, “’Play-Friends,’ a Grass-Roots Sichuan Opera Group,” (translated by Edward S. Krebs) XXXV, 4, 18-19

Zhou Lifang, “Reply to a sly fox,” VI, 4, 25-26

 

 

ECONOMICS

 

“20 Years of Modernization,” (reprinted from China Daily), XXIII, 1, 9-10

“China’s Economy to Grow 8% Annually from 2006 to 2010,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXIX, 3, 15-16

“Interview: Bill Hinton, Transformation in the countryside,” VIII, 3, 8-13

“Interview: Bill Hinton, Transformation in the countryside,” VIII, 4, 12-15

“Learning About China and Tolerance in a Brooklyn Elementary School, XVI, 2, 18

“The Decision on Reform of the Economic Structure, Excerpts from the Communique of the 3rd Plenary Session of the 12th Central Committee of the CCCP,” IX, 1, 9-11

“The New Breed of Old China Hand,” XXXIII, 3, 7

“Wen: China’s Economy to Grow 8% in 2005,” (reprinted from Xinhua) XXIX, 3, 14-15

Alley, Rewi, “Fighting for the Land,” VIII, 4, 6-9

Alley, Rewi, “Return of the Gung Ho cooperatives,” IX, 2, 18-19

Atsmon, Yuval, and Magni, Max, “China’s Confident Consumers,” XXXVI, 1, 14-15

Belaief, Lynne, “God’s Wrestling Match with China,” XX, 1, 8-9

Bloomer, Carolyn, “The Evolving Chinese Woman: Shanghai Advertising Posters: 1910 – 1937,” XXXII, 4, 4-9

Cardon, Charlotte M., “Two Museums Remind Us of America’s Age of Sailing Ships,” XIV, 1, 21-24

Carmosky, Janet, “The China Business Network,” XXXIII, 3, 7-8

Carmosky, Janet, “The U.S. and China: 30 Years of Business,” XXXIII, 3, 4-6

Chen Xueming, “U.S. and China: Countries Enriched by Relationship,” (reprinted from the Richmond Times) XXXIV, 3, 7-8

Cobb, Barbara, “New Development in Shanghai,” XXII, 4, 21-25

Cole, Lois, “Is China’s Hinterland Forgotten?” (reprinted from China Talk) XVIII, 1, 18-19

Copper, John F., “Economic Boom or Bust in China,” XXVI, 2, 4-7

Crook, Isabel, “A Visit to Gung Ho Cooperatives in Longkou,” XV, 3, 22-23

Deane, Hugh, “A Revealing Inquiry into Mao’s Countryside,” XVI, 1, 13-16

Deane, Hugh, “A turn for the better in China’s villages,” VII, 2, 7-12

Deane, Hugh, “Conditions in the Countryside, An update on the contract system,” IX, 1, 17-21, 24

Deane, Hugh, “Dilemmas and Policy Shifts in China,” VI, 4, 13-16

Deane, Hugh, “On Cooperatives, Political Change, Revitalized,” XI, 1, 23-24

Deane, Hugh, “Report from Liu Zhuang,” IX, 2, 14-15, 19

Deng, Kent G., “China’s Economic Miracle in the Past: the Song Efflorescence,” XXXV, 3, 18-19

Dollahite, Nancy, “Four Big Worries Preoccupy China,” (reprint from China Information Bulletin) XIX, 3, 5

Dollahite, Nancy, “Rural-Urban Gap Widens,” (reprint from China Information Bulletin) XVIII, 1, 20

Doo Leigh-Wai, “Hainan, China’s South Sea Island,” XXXIV, 1,17-18

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy,” XV, 4, 15-19

Epstein, Israel, “Greetings from Israel Epstein Winter 1999,” XXIII, 1, 14

Erlich, Reese, “The beer that made Qingdao famous,” VII, 4, 11-12

Erlich, Reese, “US-China trade. . .jeopardized?” VI, 6, 15-16

Garver, John, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: China’s Rise: Becoming ‘Rich and Strong,’” XXXII, 1, 18-21

Gluck, Sidney, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: China’s New, New Deal,” XXXII, 1, 15-18

Grossman, Charles, “Interview with Roland Berger,” VII, 3, 3

Grossman, Charles, “Min Yu of CITIC,” IX, 1, 8

Hinton, Joan, “Letter from the Countryside,” XXIII, 1, 13

Ji Nie, “The Global Financial Crisis: U.S. Tariffs on Tire Imports from China,” XXXIV, 3, 8-9

Kehl, Frank, “Hong Kong 1997: Whom to Believe? What to Look for?” XXI, 2, 9-11

Ketchum, John A., “Some Business Trends in Hong Kong and China,” X, 1, 14-15

King, Marjorie, “Update on the Chinese Industrial Cooperatives,” XIX, 1, 16-18

Klug, Mary, “Project Hydraulic Ram – A Way of Bringing Water to Remote Villages,” XXI, 2, 20

Krebs, Sylvia, “Ads, Brands, and China,” XXXII, 4, 4

Krebs, Sylvia, “Making a Difference, Wheat Grower Bai Qin’an,” XX, 1, 14-15

Krebs, Sylvia, “Snippets and Snapshots: China’s Ad World,” (compiled) XXXII, 4, 10-11

Lael, Jane, “Bamboo and Plum Tree: Business Persons Make Contact,” XXXIII, 3, 9

Li Rongxia, “Home Buying in China,” XXII, 4, 19-20

Li Rongxia, “Spending Tomorrow’s Money,” (excerpted from Economic Daily) XXIV, 1, 10-12

Li Wanru, “Gung Ho – An Old Movement Serving New Needs,” XVII, 1, 10-12

Li Xiaolin, “China Continues on the Path of Reform,” XIV, 2, 11-13

Lin, Peter Wusun, “Hong Kong, A Look Back and a Look Forward: The Perspective of One Chinese,” XXI, 3, 7-12

McFarland, Duncan, “China’s Economic Surge: Great Prospects, Serious Problems,” XVII, 3, 9-11

McOwen, Carol, “Modern times in Shenzhen,” IX, 5, 8-11

Moore, Gwen, “Guizhou: Coaxing Life from the Land,” XXVIII, 2, 17-18

Pendleton, Richard, “Trickle-Down Misses Rural China,” (reprint) XX, 4, 23

Reinke, Lester, “Chinese Farm Experts Survey U.S. Dry Land,” (reprinted from San Francisco Bay News and Notes) XVII, 1, 26

Riskin, Carl, “China in Transition: Excerpts from behind the Silk Curtain,” XXI, 4, 8-9

Rittenberg, Sydney, “China for the Course of Change,” XI, 1, 5-10

Rux, Sue, “Yangtze Three Gorges Project,” XXII, 1, 19-20

Saari, Christine, “Kashgar: Renewed Trade Enlivens a Silk Road Outpost,” XIX, 2, 14-15

Sanders, Thomas B. “China: State Run Enterprise and Consumer Purchasing Power,” XVIII, 1, 21-22

Selden, Mark, “Rethinking the revolutions in China’s countryside, VIII, 3, 6-7, 32

Shimutevsky, R., “What’s going on in Guangdong?” IX, 3, 6-11

Shimutevsky, R., “What’s going on in Guangdong?” IX, 4, 12-15

Suran, Alan, “China Grapples with Stresses of Economic Reform,” XVIII, 2, 10

Thomas, Nigel, “China Trade: Past, Present, Projected,” VI, 3, 9-12

Ting Yenren, “Return to the countryside,” VIII, 1, 10-11

Trescott, Paul B., “2007 USCFA National Convention: Humanizing China’s Economy: New Deal or No Deal,” XXXII, 1, 13-15

Trescott, Paul B., “China, the WTO and World Trade,” XXXI, 1, 10-13

Trescott, Paul B., “Recent Developments in China’s Economy,” XIX, 4, 18-20

Trescott, Paul B., “Recent Developments in China’s Economy,” XVII, 1, 6-9

Trescott, Paul B., “The Asian Financial Crisis,” XXII, 1, 15-18

Trescott, Paul B., “The Introduction of Western Economics Ideas into China,” XXVII, 1, 11-13

Trescott, Paul, B. “Recent Developments in China’s Economy,” XXIV, 1, 7-9

Weill, Martin, “The Construction Rollback: China’s top leaders shift industrial priorities,” V, 3, 8-11

Wen Huang, “Current State of the Book Business in China,” XXXIV, 3, 13-14

Wintz, Tese, “Agriculture First,” V, 3, 24-25

Wintz, Tese, “On The Grasslands,” VI, 1, 16-17

Woronov, Naomi, “Market, Market Everywhere,” XXIII, 1, 11-12

Wu Xiaoyang, “A house swapping fair,” VII, 2, 22

Xu Dashan, “China’s Economy to Grow 8% Annually from 2006 to 2010,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXIX, 3, 15-16

Xue Lisheng, “Unifying China’s Contract Laws,” (excerpt from China Today) XXIV, 1, 15

Yuan, Paul, “Offshore Oil: Problems and Prospects,” VI, 5, 11-14

Zeng Peiyan, “Developing China’s Western Region: Goals and Strategy for Western Region Development,” (excerpt from Beijing Review) XXIV, 4, 6-7

Zhang Siying, “The Village That Stayed Collective: Dell Bisdorf’s Discovery of Liuzhang’s Success,” (reprinted from China Today) XVII, 4, 7-9

Zhong Yan, “Developing China’s Western Region,” (excerpt from Beijing Review), XXIV, 4, 7-8

 

 

EDUCATION: IN CHINA, ABOUT CHINA

 

 

“Baijiaxing,” XXXI, 4, 18

“Better Chinese,” XXXI, 4, 6-8

“China Books,” XXXI, 4, 11-12

“China Sprout,” XXXI, 4, 16

“Chinese Language Instruction in American Schools,” XXXIII, 3, 14

“Congress Targets Chinese Language Education,” (reprint from Asia Headline Examiner) XXXIII, 4, 8-9

“Long River Press,” XXXI, 4, 13

“National-Level Educational Exchanges,” XXXIII, 2, 16-17

“Questions and Answers: China’s Policy towards the Students Studying in America and Other Issues,” XIV, 3, 1990, 9-12

“Shenzhen University: model for the future,” IX, 5, 12-13

“Stone Bridge Press: China Fever,” XXXI, 4, 9-11

“The ACTFL: China and America Where the Action Is!” XXXI, 4, 5-8

“The China Pavilion: China Books, Cypress Books, Long River Press, Sino Lingua,” XXXI, 4, 11

“Tuttle Publishing: Reading and Writing Chinese,” XXXI, 4, 14-15

Alley, Rewi, “The Bailie School,” IX, 3, 15

Batterson, Jinny, “Teaching in China: A Long-Delayed Experience,” XXVII, 4, 22-24

Belaief, Lynne, “Being Chinese in China,” XXII, 1, 24-25, 27

Belaief, Lynne, “God’s Wrestling Match with China,” XX, 1, 8-9

Belaief, Lynne, “On Chinese Education and Educators,” XVIII, 1, 11-13

Belaief, Lynne, “Why China Needs Community Colleges?” XIV, 4, 21-22

Belaief, Lynne, “Will Modernized Education Promote Socialism in China?” X, 1, 23-24

Blackwell, Grace, “Journal of a teacher,” IX, 5, 14-15, 29

Brown, Marcia, and Gaston, Angel, “Community Global Initiative,” XXXVI, 4, 11-12

Brown, William, “On Enduring Rote Learning in China,” XX, 3, 16

Browning, Pamela, “The Chinese Educational Mission of the 1870s, All the Way from China,” XXII, 1, 12-14

Chang Chih-mei, “Family influence on student achievement in China,” IX, 4, 20-21, 25

Chang Chih-mei, “Teaching Chinese children to read,” VII, 4, 20-22

Chen De, “A Reform in the Teaching of China’s College English Catches the Eye,” XXIX, 3, 12-13

China Education and Research Network, “Education Structure and Funding,” XXVI, 2, 14-16

Cobb, Barbara, “Informing Next Generation Leaders,” XXXVI, 4, 19-21

Cobb, Barbara, “Principles Exchange: ELLE,” XXXIII, 2, 17-18

Cobb, Barbara, “Teachers to China,” XXVIII, 2, 12-13

Cobb, Barbara, “Temple Law School in China,” XXIV, 1, 13-14

Deng Shulin, “Foreigners’ Fervor to Learn Chinese,” (reprint from China Today), XXVI, 2, 24

Dimick, Douglas Roberts, “The Monkey King and China’s Education,” XXXIII, 4, 28

Dollahite, Nancy, “Teaching English in China—A Revolutionary Act?” XV, 1, 16-18

Donnelly, William, “Navigating the System: Problems of Teaching English in China,” XXVIII, 4, 11-12

Gao Jie, “Teaching English in the U.S.—An Experience More Than Exciting,” XIV, 4, 23-25

Goldstein, Jonathan, “Good Things in Small Packages: A Mini-Conference Highlights the Sino-Judaic Experience,” XXX, 4, 13-14

Gray, Phebe, “China’s ABCs: Introducing San Zi Jing,” XXXIII, 4, 9-11

Horowitz, Mel, “Partner Schools in China,” XXXI, 3, 20

Horowitz, Mel, “Pen Pals in China,” XXIV, 1, 27

Hume, Patrick, “Cheng & Tsui Fosters U.S.-China Relations Through Education,” XXXIII, 4, 6

King, Marjorie, “The Ida Pruitt Memorial Scholarship Project: An Update,” XXX, 4, 10-11

King, Marjorie, “The Students from Shandan,” XXXIV, 4, 14-16

Klug, Mary, “My Primary School Experience,” XXXI, 2, 14

Klumpner, Karin, “Teaching Technical English in China – and Enjoying It,” XVII, 1, 24-25

Krebs, Sylvia, “To Help Children Read: The Library Project in China,” XXXV, 4, 16-17

Kuo, Jane C.M., “Cheng & Tsui,” XXXI, 4, 8-9

Lael, Jane, “A Fictional Real Story,” XXX, 3, 24

Lael, Jane, “Alibaba.com: The Internet in China,” XXX, 3, 12

Lael, Jane, “CCTV-9: Dream Television,” XXX, 3, 9-10

Lael, Jane, “Cheng & Tsui: Bringing Asia to the World,” XXX, 3, 7

Lael, Jane, “Education About Asia,” XXX, 3, 22-23

Lael, Jane, “Feilong (Flying Dragon) The China Game,” XXX, 3, 8

Lael, Jane, “Resources to Share Directory,” XXX, 3, 16-20

Lael, Jane, “Revolution: Bring China to the People,” XXX, 3, 4-5

Lael, Jane, “Rosetta Stone Chinese Language Software,” XXX, 3, 6

Lael, Jane, “Statistics: Three Reliable Sources,” XXXIII, 3, 13-14

Lael, Jane, “The Internet in China,” XXX, 3, 13-15

Lael, Jane, “Under the Radar: Chinese Language Class,” XXX, 3, 21

Lael, Jane, “What do I say to a school administrator who wants to create a Chinese language program and doesn’t know where to start?” XXX, 4, 18-19

Lansdoen, Brenda, “Pen pals and the Bailie School,” IX, 3, 14-15

Lederman, Marie Jean and Matthews, Roberta, S. with Lynne Belaief, “A Sharing of Educational Insights: The Ongoing Sino-American Education Conference,” XVI, 4, 22-24

Lewis, Jessica, “Studying Chinese—and China,” XXVI, 2, 25-26

Li Rongxia, “Education: A Market Full of Potential,” (reprint from Beijing Review) XXVI, 2, 17-18

Lu, Jon Q., and Hong Yang, “Teaching Culture in a Chinese Language Program,” XXXIII, 4, 6-8

Mealey-Lohmann, Linda, “USCPFA’s 2010 Educators’ Tour—Observing and Interacting with Chinese Students,” XXXV, 2, 6-7

Mendel, R.J., “China Books celebrates its 25th year,” IX, 6, 24

Moore, Gwen, “Guizhou: Coaxing Life from the Land, XXVIII, 2, 17-18

Moore, Gwen, “Seeding New Futures in Rural Guizhou,” XXXI, 2, 12-13

Mu Zi, “Paying for Higher Education,” (excerpted from Beijing Review) XXVI, 2, 19-21

Padgett, Susan, “China’s youth: back in school,” IX, 4, 18-19

Peng Peiyun, “Development of Education in China and its prospects,” IX, 3, 28

Ren Guoping, “Learning to Draw the Dragon,” XXI, 2, 24-25

Roth, Ray, “Educational Partnership and International Friendship,” XXXI, 3, 18-19

Schleier, Curt, “Visiting Chinese Professor Relates to LaGuardia’s Diversity,” XVI, 4, 25-26

Soong Chingling, “The Influence of Foreign Educated Students in China,” (reprinted from The Wesleyan) XXVI, 4, 9

Stanbery, Rose Ellen, “Dr. Chung-wen Shih and the Study of Chinese Language,” XXVI, 1, 26

Trescott, Kathleen, “CTAC in Carbondale – Tenth Anniversary,” XXIV, 1, 26

Trescott, Kathleen, “President Clinton Presents Books to Peking University Library,” XXIV, 2, 18-19

Trescott, Paul, “Western Influences on Chinese Higher Education,” XV, 3, 24-28

Tunistra, Fons, “The China Speakers Bureau,” XXXIII, 3, 12-13

Wallace, Beth, “Teaching in China – What An Opportunity!” XXXI, 3, 15, 18

Wang Hairong, “Happy Birthday, Tsinghua,” (excerpted from Beijing Review) XXXV, 4, 20

Whittington, Anna, “Henry Noyes: China bookseller,” IX, 6, 25, 28

Winter, Nick, and Lael, Jane, “Nomads, Rejoice! A New App for Learning Chinese,” XXXVI, 3, 14

Woronov, Naomi, “Happy Birthday, Zhejiang University,” XXI, 4, 11,13

Woronov, Naomi, “Mining China’s ‘Gold Treasure’ Can education think tanks aid Chinese university systems?” XIX, 4, 7

Xiao Feng, “Development of Nongovernmental Colleges,” (reprint from Beijing Review) XXVI, 2, 22-23,

Xu Yihe, “Eradicating Illiteracy in China,” XV, 2, 23-24

Young, Nick, with Cai Lingping, “Education: Challenge and Opportunity,” XXVI, 2, 10-13

Yu Yan, “Foreign Education, Chinese Dream,” XXXVI, 4, 13

Zhao, Christina Yu, “Confucius Institute at Stanford University,” XXXVI, 4, 16-18

 

ENVIRONMENT, NATURE

 

“Hong Kong Aid to Restore Panda Reserve,” (reprinted from The China Post) XXXII, 4, 25

Abati, Alfred, “The New York Chinese Scholar’s Garden,” XXX, 1, 9

Adams, Rezsin, “Ming Scholars Retreat Garden Court,” XXX, 1, 10

Baldwin, Sheryl, “Chengdu’s Panda Breeding Station,” XX, 2, 22-24

Batterson, Jim, “The Sichuan Earthquake: Eyewitness Account: An Email to Friends,” XXXII, 3, 4-7

Bluer, Mark, “The Sichuan Earthquake: Eyewitness Account: An Email from Chengdu,” XXXII, 3, 8-9

Bordelon, Carole M., “Collecting Seeds and Cultivating Friendships,” XXVII, 3, 15-16

Bordelon, Carole M., “National Arboretum – Asian Collection,” XXVI, 3, 14

Carpenter, Richard A., “Environmentalists Call for Clean-Up,” XV, 1, 6-8

Chellaney, Brahma, “Averting Water Wars in Asia,” (reprinted from International Herald Tribune) XXXI, 4, 24

Cobb, Barbara, “Penjing/Bonsai Museum in the Asian Collection, National Arboretum,” XXVI, 3, 15-16

Gilbert, Kathy, “An Ancient Garden Grows Downtown,” XXVIII, 1, 28

Krebs, Edward S., “’Shaanbei’: Nature and Man in a North China Outback,” XXX, 4, 7-9

Krebs, Sylvia, “Meditations on an ‘Ugly Fish: Wang Ruiwu and the Dani,” XXVI, 1, 17-18

Lu Ling, “Going for Green,” XXX, 4, 21

Mealey-Lohmann, Linda, “China Friendship Gardens In Minnesota,” XXX, 1, 11-13

Moore, Allison, “Rule of Law Initiative Conducts U.S.-China Environmental Law Exchange,” (excerpted from the American Bar Association’s Update) XXXI, 4, 25

Moore, Allison, and Warren, Adria, “Public Participation in Environmental Protection,” XXXII, 2, 10-14

Needham, Joseph and Huang Jen-yu, “How Nature Shaped Society In China,” (excerpted from The Nature of Chinese Society; the Emergence of Capitalism in the Modern West: Technical Interpretations) V, 4, 6-7

Rosen, Carole, “Cross Talk,” V, 4, 22-23

Sanborn, Robert, “Chinese Gardens in the USA,” XXX, 1, 8-9

Shuang Majun, “Yangtze in Deep,” (reprinted from Beijing Review) XXIX, 4, 7-8

Tang Tianri, “Forest protection: mankind’s concern,” IX, 5, 21

Wang Bin, “The Greening of China,” IX, 3, 14

Wong How Man, “Memories from the Fault Line,” (excerpted from South China Morning Post) XXXII, 4, 16

 

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

“Tibetan Scholar Maps Ancient Commercial Routes,” XXVIII, 1, 15

Batterson, Jim, “The Sichuan Earthquake: Eyewitness Account: An Email to Friends,” XXXII, 3, 4-7

Bluer, Mark, “The Sichuan Earthquake: Eyewitness Account: An Email from Chengdu,” XXXII, 3, 8-9

Chien Chao C., “The Chinese Origin of the Age of Discovery,” XXXV, 3, 19-20

Clark, Anthony E., “Weaving a Profound Dialogue between East and West: On Mateo Ricci, S.J. Ignatius,” XXXV, 3, 16-18

Cobb, Barbara, “Manchuria – Dongbei,” XXXI, 2, 14-15

Cobb, Barbara, “Mongolia: The Ins and Outs,” XXX, 2, 13-14

Covey, Cyclone, “Introduction to the Shan Hi Jing and Harris Fu Sang World Map,” XXXV, 3, 9

Doo Leigh-Wai, “Hainan, China’s South Sea Island: Pioneer in International Reform,” XXXIV, 1, 17-18

Krebs, Sylvia, “China’s Deserts and Dry Places,” XXX, 4, 4

Krebs, Sylvia, “The Rivers of China,” XXIX, 4, 6

Lael, Jane, “Understanding the Sichuan Earthquake,” XXXII, 3, 9-11

Lee Siu-Leung, “Chinese Surveyed and Drew the First World Map Before Columbus,” XXXV, 3, 15-16

Mendel, Bob, “Beijing . . .middle kingdom, third world,” VII, 2, 13-18

Reese, Charlotte Harris, “The Truth Endures,” XXXV, 3, 6-8

Reilly, Cynthia, “Exploring Interior China, 1903-04,” XXX, 2, 11-12

 

 

HISTORY

 

“3,000-year-old Chinese Coins in Canadian Creek,” XXXV, 3, 9

“Carlson on the New Fourth Army,” XVII, 3, 19

“Charles Jones Soong as a Young Man,” (excerpted from Vanderbilt Register) XXVI, 4, 7

“Eating ding dong rice,” VIII, 4, 16-18

“Guerillas Rescue a B-29 Bomber Crew,” (reprinted from New York Chapter China and Us) XV, 2, 18-20

“Honda Introduces Resolution Honoring ‘American Goddess of Mercy’: Minnie Vautrin

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part I,” XVI, 3, 12-18

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part II,” XVI, 4, 13-20

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part III,” XVII, 4, 17-23

“Letters to FDR Evans Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941, Part IV,” XVI, 2, 16-22

“Man of Record Remembered,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXX, 1, 22-23

“Nanjing Massacre: A Surgeon’s Diary,” XX, 1, 23

“Only a Girl,” XIV, 2, 19-20

“San Francisco’s experience,” VIII, 5, 8-9

“Silk. . .gift of heaven,” VIII, 1, 20-21

“The 85-Day Walkout of Downed Flier Joseph Baglio,” XV, 2, 20-22

“Zhu De on the Death of John Birch,” XVIII, 4, 22-23

Ai Xiang, “Professor Wei Chu-hsien and China and America,” XXXV, 3, 10

Alley, Rewi, “A Critique: The Soong Dynasty,” X, 2, 9, 25

Alley, Rewi, “Today & yesterday in Ningxia,” VII, 6, 10-13, 29

Anthony, Susan B., “Tracing Helen Foster Snow’s China,” XII, 2, 5-7

Boutros, David L., “History Is Written from the Records That Survive,” XXXVI, 2, 10-11

Browning, Pamela, “The Chinese Educational Mission of the 1870s, All the Way from China,” XXII, 2, 12-14

Browning, Pamela, “The Jews of Kaifeng,” XXIV, 3, 14-15

Cable, Mildred, “Seven Years in the Gobi: An Excerpt,” XXX, 4, 4-6

Castro, Aura, and Lael, Jane, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Pre Columbus Chinese Roots in the Caribbean and South America,” XXXVI, 3, 12-13

Chen, S.M. and Chin-Lee, Cynthia, “The Yuan Ming Gardens: Retreat of the Manchu,” V, 6, 24-25

Chevat, Isidore, “Long Time No See,” XXI, 4, 22-24

Chien Chao C., “The Chinese Origin of the Age of Discovery,” XXXV, 3, 19-20

Cobb, Barbara, “Confucius in Qufu,” XXXIV, 4, 16-17

Cobb, Barbara, “Sun Yat-sen and the Republic of China,” XXV, 4, 19-20

Cooke, Bill, “The Horse in Chinese History,” (reprinted from Imperial China: The Art of the Horse in Chinese History) XXVI, 4, 23-25

Cooper, Marcia, and Warren, S. Daily, “The Edgar Snow Symposium,” XXXI, 1, 7-9

Covey, Cyclone, “Introduction to the Shan Hai Jing and Harris Fu Sang World Map,” XXXV, 3, 9

Cox, Dennis, “A light on the past,” XIII, 6, 6-9

Crook, Isabel, “A Visit to Gung Ho Cooperatives in Longkou,” 3, 22-23

Deane, Hugh, “A visit to Happy Valley,” VIII, 2, 26-29

Deane, Hugh, “China Archive Center Forms,” V, 1, 19

Deane, Hugh, “Documentary Film Depicting the Nanjing Massacre Is Located,” XV, 3, 21

Deane, Hugh, “German Diary Expands Knowledge of Nanjing Massacre,” XXI, 1, 25

Deane, Hugh, “Jack Belden: A Chungking Reminiscence,” XXI, 1, 18-20

Deane, Hugh, “Remembering Koji Ariyoshi,” (reprint) XIX, 3, 21-23

Deane, Hugh, “Remembering Maud Russell and Susan Warren,” XIV, 1, 5-8

Deane, Hugh, “The Death and Times of John Birch,” XVIII, 1, 14-15

Deane, Hugh, “When Americans learned ‘Gung Ho,’” IX, 5, 26-29

Deng, Kent G., “China’s Economic Miracle in the Past: the Song Efflorescence,” XXXV, 3, 18-19

Don Guangyu, “Strong, Snow and Smedley in Shaanxi Province,” XIX, 4, 21

Doo Leigh-Wai, “An American Called ‘The Father of Chinese Aviation,’” XXIII, 1, 18-20

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy, XV, 4, 15-19

Duan Liancheng, “An Appeal for Understanding: A Chinese journalist’s view of the background of Tiananmen,” XV, 1, 13-15

Dupont, Joy, “USCPFA Time Line—Our Past, Present and Future,” XXXV, 2, 8-10

Elliott, Molly, “Xian’s Lively Past and Present,” XV, 1, 20-21

Epstein, Israel, “Remembering James Bertram and Years of Important History,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 23-24

Epstein, Israel, “Remembering James Bertram and Years of Important History,” (reprinted from Voice of Friendship) XVIII, 4, 24-25

Fei Xiaotong, “His image will not fade away,” VIII, 4, 10-11

Feldman, David E., “Reunion of Friends,” XXVIII, 2, 10-11

Fox, Shifen Gong, “Flight into History,” XXXIII, 4, 11-14

Glist, Lou, “China Honors World War II Pilot,” XXVII, 2, 19

Glist, Lou, “Flying Tigers and Doves of Peace,” XXX, 2, 8-10

Grossman, Charles, “Eight Days in North Korea,” XVI, 1, 22-23

Grossman, Charles, “Friendship’s History: An Incredible Story,” XI, 3, 15-17

Grow, Robin, “Shanghai Beyond the Bund,” (reprinted from Art Deco Weekend: East Meets West program) XXXI, 2, 4-6

Grunfeld, A. Tom, “Owen Lattimore: Mongol Scholar, Victim of Lies,” XVI, 2, 6-9

Hardie, Raymond, “Homer of China,” XIV, 3, 1990, 13-14, 19-20

Harris, Caitlin, “Mullikin,” XXXV, 2, 20-21

Harrison, Barbara, “Chinese Rescuers and American WWII Aviators Meet in Minnesota,” XVI, 2, 24

Harrison, Rufford, “Looking Back: Ping-Pong Diplomacy,” XXVI, 3, 4-5

Hibbard, Peter, “The Peking Hotel Has a History,” XV, 4, 20-21

Hirsch, Claire, “USCPFA: The Early Years,” XXVIII, 3, 14-16

Ho Chuimei and Bronson, Ben, “Qianlong as Collector and Publisher,” XXVIII, 3, 18-19

Hobbs, Mary, “Hong Kong: A Chinese City in Transition, XV, 2, 12-14

Hui Gu, “Seminar Appraises Stilwell’s Chinese Legacy,” XV, 4, 24-25

Hyman, Howard, “The Shanghai Interview: Memories of Upheaval,” V, 1, 21-23

Jin Jianfan, “Helen Foster Snow: A Tribute,” XX, 3, 17-19

Kerpen, Karen, “Ping pong diplomacy,” VIII, 5, 7, 14-16, 28-31

Kerpen, Karen, “The roots of friendship, pt. 1, The Committee for a Democratic Far Eastern Policy,” VI, 3, 23-24

Kerpen, Karen, “The roots of friendship, pt. 4,” VIII, 3, 27-29

Kerpen, Karen, “The roots of friendship, pt. 5,” VIII, 4, 20-23

Kerpen, Karen, “The roots of friendship,” pt. 2, VI, 4, 22-24

Klug, Mary, “Nancy Berliner, The Huangs and a House Named Yin Yu Tang, XXVIII, 1, 17-19

Krasemann, Keith, “The Shanghai Communique: Thirty Years and a New Century,” XXVI, 3, 9-11

Krebs, Edward S., “Old in the Newest New China: Photo-History and Private Memories,” XXVI, 4, 12-15

Krebs, Sylvia, “Blowin’ in the Wind: Helen Foster Snow’s Vision for China,” XXXIV, 1, 19-20

Krebs, Sylvia, “Life in ‘Contested Space,’” XXIV, 2, 10-12

Krebs, Sylvia, “Portrait of a Young Woman,” XXVI, 4, 7-8

Krebs, Sylvia, “The “African Marco Polo’ in China,” XXXI, 3, 4-5

Krupp, Edwin C. “The Mandate of Heaven: Astronomy & Ritual in Ancient China,” VI, 4, 17-20

Lael, Jane, “Was Columbus Last?” XXXV, 3, 4

LeMaster, J.R., “Mark Twain: Exposer of the ‘Dollar Empire,’ A Speech by Lao She Commemorating the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Death of Mark Twain,” XIX, 3, 11-15

Li Xiaolin, “General Evans Fordyce Carlson and China,” XI, 3, 18

Lin Wusun, “The Nanjing Massacre: The Appalling Truth,” XIX, 3, 18-20

Lin, Edward, “A Chinaman’s Chance: The Continuing Quest for Equality,” XXXIV, 3, 19-20

Liu Baiyu, “An Admiring Reminiscence of Evans Carlson,” XIV, 4, 13-14

Lu Xun, “On the Status of Chinese Women,” XIX, 1, 19

Lusher, Bernie, “Getting Organized,” VIII, 5, 10-12

Mealey-Lohmann, Linda, “Minnesota’s Longstanding Connection with China,” XXX, 1, 14-15

Meyer, George, “USCPFA Austin Chapter History,” XXXV, 2, 10

Needham, Joseph and Huang, Jen-yu, “How Nature Shaped Society In China,” (excerpted from The Nature of Chinese Society; the Emergence of Capitalism in the Modern West: Technical Interpretations) V, 4, 6-7

Nelson, Charles M., “Urban Planning in Pre-Industrial China,” XII, 2, 17-21

Norton, Robert, “Horror in Nanking,” XV, 2, 7-9

O’Keefe, Laura K., “Maud Russell and the Far East Reporter,” XX, 2, 9-13

Pan, Suzanne, “A History of the Chinese in the United States,” XI, 2, 15-18

Pendleton, Richard, “Tiananmen Exonerated,” XIV, 3, 1990, 7-8

Pendleton, Richard, “Towards an Honest Assessment of the Cultural Revolution,” XI, 3, 9-11

Pestana, Frank, “Beginnings, struggle, growth,” VIII, 5, 5-6, 8

Pestana, Frank, “USCPFA—Beginnings, Struggles, Growth,” XXVIII, 2, 6-7

Peters, Mike, “Nailing Their Colors to the Mast,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXXV, 3, 13-14

Petersen, Charles K., “Finding a Home for USCPFA’s National Papers,” XXXVI, 2, 12-13

Porter, Edgar A., “Ma Haide in the Cultural Revolution,” XXI, 2, 14-19

Porter, Edgar A., “Ma Haide in Yan’an,” XX, 4, 8-14

Rees, Charlotte Harris, “The Truth Endures,” XXXV, 3, 6-8

Rees, Charlotte Harris, and Lael, Jane, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations,” XXXVI, 3, 11

Reilly, Cynthia, “Exploring Interior China, 1903-04,” XXX, 2, 11-12

Risked Life Confronting Japanese Occupation of China,” [U.S. House of Representatives Resolution] XXXI, 1, 18

Rodenbough, Jean, “Old Villages and Arches of Anhui,” XXIX, 2, 17-18

Ruskamp, John A., Jr., “Asiatic Echoes: The Identification of Chinese Pictograms in North American Native Rock Writing, XXXV, 3, 11

Service, John S., “A Tribute to Edgar Snow: Reminiscences,” VI, 1, 24-26

Service, John S., “Mourning Our Friends, Remembering the History They Helped to Shape,” XIX, 3, 7-9

Service, John, “Changes in China, new and not new,” IX, 4, 6-10

Shao Tzuping, “Remembering the Nanjing Massacre and the Courageous Americans Who Strove to Limit and Publicize It,” XVIII, 4, 7-13

Sherman, Bernard D., “The Vindication of John S. Service,” XX, 3, 10-12

Snow, Helen Foster, “A Tribute to Edgar Snow: The Gung Ho Days,” VI, 1, 26-27

Soong Ching Ling, “The Awakening of Chinese Women,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 20-22

Soong Chingling, “The Greatest Event of the Twentieth Century,” (reprinted from The Wesleyan) XXVI, 4, 10

Stanford, Patrick, “The [Central Committee] Report on the Chinese Communist Party’s History,” VI, 3, 19-20

Tien, Joselyne Slade, “Friends and Foes: Hugh Deane’s History of Americans in and on China,” XV, 1, 8-12

Trescott, Kitty, “A Visit to the USPFA-National Archives at the New York Public Library,” XXXVI, 2, 11-12

Troy, Jean, “The Soon Ching Ling Connection: Memories of Soong Ching Ling and Her Family,” XXVII, 4, 18

Wang Hairong, “Happy Birthday, Tsinghua,” (excerpted from Beijing Review)XXXV, 4, 20

Wang Xueliang, “The China Trade,” XXIII, 3, 7-8

Williams, Sue, “The Magic of Silk,” XV, 3, 19-20

Withan, Margaret, “Cuban-Chinese Relations: A Brief History,” XVI, 3, 19-20

Wolcott, Roger D., “Yankee Mandarin in China’s Salt Administration,” XXXIV, 2, 9-14

Wong, Laura L., “Coming to Gold Mountain: Chinese Immigration and Immigrants,” XXV, 4, 8-14

Woronov, Naomi, “Happy Birthday, Zhejiang University,” XXI, 4, 11,13

Wu, William Q., “Family Ties: A Personal Remembrance,” XXX, 4, 18

Xu Fan, “Fierce Advocate of Truth,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXXV, 3, 12

Yi Ge, “’Play-Friends,’ a Grass-Roots Sichuan Opera Group,” (translated by Edward S. Krebs) XXXV, 4, 18-19

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

Young, Richard M. T., “General Stilwell: Personal Observations,” XXI, 1, 15-17

Yu Chenglian “After the [1911] Revolution,” V, 5, 14-15

Zhang Yan, “Remarks to USCPFA’s National Convention,” XXVIII, 2, 8-10

Zhang Yan, “When Three GIs Dined with Mao,” (reprint) XVII, 4, 10-11

Zhuang Zhong, “”This Journey,” X, 2, 14-15

Zhuang Zhong, “Children’s day,” IX, 6, 6-8

Zimmerman, Phyllis A., “Celebrating the Life of Evans F. Carlson,” XX, 2, 20-22

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

“An American President Visits China,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXVI, 2, 9

“Carter on Normalization,” (excerpted from China Daily) XXXIII, 2, 4

“China to Africa, Africa to China,” XXXI, 3, 4

“Gary Locke, US Ambassador to China,” XXXVI, 4, 6

“How Beijing Sees Global Issues,” XIV, 4, 15-16

“Joseph W. Prueher: Ambassador to the People’s Republic of China,” XXIV, 2, 6

“Ping-Pong Diplomacy: Another View,” (excerpted from Smithsonian Magazine) XXVI, 4, 11

“President Bush’s Visit to China,” (compiled from news reports), XXVI, 2, 8

“Shanghai Communique: First Joint Communique of the United States of America and the People’s Republic of China,” XXVI, 1, 8-10

“Snapshots of Sino-African Connections,” (excerpted from Beijing Review) XXXI, 3, 10-11

“Speech by Premier Zhao Ziyang,” VIII, 2, 30

“Zhao in the US,” VIII, 2, 3-5

Adams, Reszin, “Working on Visas in China,” XXV, 3, 17

Alden, Chris, and Sidiropoulos, Elizabeth, “China and Africa: Friendship and Revival in the New Century,” (excerpted from Beijing Review) XXXI, 3, 8-10

Barnett, A. Doak, “Selling the FX: Another Crucial Moment in US-China Relations,” VI, 1, 10-11, 14

Bush, George H.W., “Commemorating 30 Years of Official U.S.-China Relations,” (reprinted from the Houston Chronicle) XXXIII, 2, 8-9

China Daily, “Defend the Olympic Spirit,” XX, 3, 24

Cobb, Barbara, “A Moment to Remember,” XXXIII, 2, 5-6

Cobb, Barbara, “The Long, Hot Summer of U.S.-China Relations,” XXIII, 4, 18-19

Cohen, Warren I., “Understanding the Times: Nixon in China: A Turning Point in World History,” XXXIII, 2, 9-11

Deane, Hugh, “The Taiwan Relations Act: barrier to close US-China ties,” VIII, 3, 14-15

Downs, Jacques, “Trade and the Origins of American China Policy,” XV, 4, 15-19

Freeman, Chas W., Jr., “Sino-American Relations and the Taiwan Issue,” XXVIII, 3, 9-13

Friedman, Edward, “Misperceptions of Chinese Foreign Policy,” X, 1, 5-8

Gillam, James, “Reflections of Mao Zedong in Lusophone African Liberation Movements,” XXXI, 3, 5-8

Goldstein, Jonathan, “China, Israel, and Taiwan,” XXX, 2, 4-5

Grossman, Charles, “Chinese Delegation Attends Physicians Conference,” X, 5, 9-10

Harrison, Barbara, “Commemorating the 30th Anniversary of the Shanghai Communique,” XXVI, 1, 11

He Yafei, “China – U.S. Relations in the 21st Century: Challenges and Opportunities,” XXV, 3, 7-10

Heng Xiaojun, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations,” XXXVI, 3, 6-7

Hu Jintao, “Enhanced Mutual Understanding and Trust: Toward a Constructive and Cooperative Relationship Between China and the United States,” XXVI, 3, 6-8

Huan Xiang, “Adhere to Independent Foreign Policy,” (excerpted from The People’s Daily), XI, 6, 8, 31

Jaffe, Leah, “Sino-Israeli Relations: An Update,” XXIV, 3, 12-13

Kerpen, Karen, “Ping pong diplomacy,” VIII, 5, 7, 14-16, 28-31

Kerry, John, “U.S. – China Relations: A New Approach to Engagement,” (excerpted from speech at Woodrow Wilson Center) XXIV, 4, 9-11, 25-26

Krasemann, Keith, “Rethinking U.S.-China Relations,” XXVII, 3, 8-12

Krasemann, Keith, “The Shanghai Communique: Thirty Years and a New Century,” XXVI, 3, 9-11

Krebs, Sylvia, “The ‘African Marco Polo’ in China,” XXXI, 3, 4-5

Krebs, Sylvia, and Krebs, Edward, “Normalization of U.S.-China Relations: A Forum,” XXXII, 2, 9

Lael, Jane, “The U.S. and China: 50 Years of Friendship,” XXXIII, 3, 4

Lampton, David M., “Educational and Scientific Ties: The Cutting Edge of the Sino-American Relationship,” X, 1, 9-13

Lampton, David M., “Questions on U.S.-China Relations,” (adapted from Washington Seminar Talk), XVIII, 3, 10-11

Leo, Robert K.H., “The Admiral of the Western Seas – Cheng Ho [Zheng He],” XXVIII, 1, 12-14

Li Haibo, “Macao on the Threshold,” XXIII, 4, 19

Lowen, Bernard, “China and Preventing Nuclear War,” X, 5, 5-8

Marks, Marcia B., “Russian Roulette at the American Embassy,” XVI, 1, 8-10

McFarland, Duncan, “Interview with a Chinese Peace Delegation,” X, 3, 9-10

O’Connell, Dan, “The Future of U.S.- China Relations: What Are the People and Presidential Candidates Saying?” XXIV, 3, 20-22

Oksenbert, Michel, ‘The Fragile Bond: Dynamics of Sino-American Policy,” VI, 1, 6-9

Pendleton, Richard, “U.S.-China Friendship—Still a Vital Force,” XVIII, 2, 8-9

Pfaltzgraff, Robert L., Jr., “The Perspective From Taiwan,” V, 2, 10-11

Qi Huaiyuan, “Building A New Type of Sino-U.S. Relations Geared to the 21st Century,” XXI, 3, 17-18, 22

Reynolds, Douglas R., “Celebration at the Carter Center,” XXXIV, 2, 6-8

Smith, Diann, “Why Relations between the U.S. and China Are Important,” XXIV, 3, 11

Toffen, George B., “Peaceful Mainland-Taiwan Cultural Exchange: A Progress Report,” XX, 3, 14-15

Totten, George O., “China’s Strategy for Reunification,” VI, 1, 13, 15

Trescott, Kathleen, “President Clinton Presents Books to Peking University Library,” XXIV, 2, 18-19

Trescott, Paul B., “China, the WTO and World Trade,” XXXI, 1, 10-13

Troy, Jean Hawk, “A Personal Response,” XXXIII, 2, 4-5

Warren, Susan, “Interview with Dr. Rafael Salas, Executive Director, United Nations Fund for Population Activities,” X, 1, 7-8

Warren, Susan, “Interview: Khieu Samphan,” VI, 6, 9-14

Warren, Susan, “Interview: Liang Yufan, On Disarmament”, VI, 2, 6-7

Warren, Susan, “Interview: Wang Baoliu,” IX, 2, 8-9, 12-13

Warren, Susan, “UN Report: China’s Perspective,” V, 6, 6

Whiting, Allen S., “Intimations of Sino-Soviet Détente,” VI, 3, 7-8

Wing, Lyle, “New China and Peace and Disarmament,” X, 3, 5-8

Withan, Margaret, “Cuban-Chinese Relations: A Brief History,” XVI, 3, 19-20

Wong, Laura, and Elizabeth Wong Yep, “A Visit to Grandfather’s Village: Migration and U.S.-China Relations,” XXVIII, 4, 13-15

Xu Yiyi, “Top Ten International Friends of China,” (excerpted from Voices of Friendship) XXXIV, 4, 18

Yan Xuetong, “China Doesn’t Pose Threat to the World,” XX, 2, 8, 13

Zhang Wenjin, “A decade of work and achievement,” VIII, 5, 4

Zhang Wenjin, “The International Year of Peace,” X, 3, 11-12

Zhao Jinglun, “Interview: Winston Lord, The Value of US-China Relations,” VI, 4, 4-7

Zhao Jinglun, “John King Fairbank on US-China Relations,” VI, 1, 4-5

Zhou Lifang, “Thoughts on the US Defense Policy Process,” X, 5, 11-12

Zhou Wenzhong, “China U.S. Relations: Looking Back and Ahead,” XXXIII, 2, 6-8

Zhou, Wenzhong, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Building on Past Achievements Embracing Win-Win Cooperation,” XXXVI, 3, 4-6

 

 

 

LANGUAGE

 

 

Clarke, Cheryl, “The Politics of Language,” XXXIV, 4, 13

Deng Shulin, “Foreigners’ Fervor to Learn Chinese,” (excerpted from China Today), XXVI, 2, 24-25

Dietrich, Craig, “Chinese Wordplay and the New Year,” XXXIV, 2, 21

Fang Jongying, “Some Observations on the Recent Development of the Chinese Language,” XI, 1, 15-18

Gray, Phebe, “Giles and Sons,” XXXV, 2, 21-23

Hacker, Randi, “Chinese as a Second Language: From the Ridiculous to the Sublime,” XXIX, 2, 12-14

Krebs, Ed, “Pinyin: Avoiding Pitfalls of Transliteration,” XXXII, 2, 17-18

Pendleton, Richard, “The language of animals and birds,” VII, 2, 23-24

Stanbery, Rose Ellen, “Dr. Chung-wen Shih and the Study of Chinese Language,” XXVI, 1, 26

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

“Commentary: Expressions of Concern and Criticism Are Compatible with True Friendship,” XV, 2, 14-15

Cobb, Barbara, “China-Canada Friendship and the Jubilee Medal,” XXXVI, 4, 21-23

Cobb, Barbara, “China-US Partnerships: Resources for Partnership,” XXII, 1, 10-11

Grossman, Charles, “Interview: Roland Berger,” VII, 3, 3

Han Suyin, “China Reflections,” XIX, 2, 6

Hirsch, Claire, “The second phase of friendship,” VIII, 5, 32

Katz, Melissa, “Adventure in Chinese Cooking,” XXIII, 3, 9-10

Kerpen, Karen, “A pipe for friendship,” VII, 4, 17-18

Klapmeier, Jolie, “China-US Partnerships: Minneapolis-Harbin Sister City Program,” XXII, 1, 9-10

Kou Bian, “Chinese People’s Major Concerns,” XXIII, 4, 15

Leigh Wai-Doo, “American Media and the Chinese Image in the ‘90s,” XXI, 4, 16-17

Li Daoying et al, “Monkey King,” (excerpted from China Today) XVIII, 2, 20

Li Jianping, “China-US Partnerships: Sino-US Sister City Program,” XXII, 1, 6-7

Marvinney, Sandy, “China-US Partnerships: Seattle’s Sister City of Chongqing: Boomtown on the Yangtze,” XXII, 1, 8-9

Mendel, Robert, “The Media and Misunderstanding,” XXI, 4, 14-15 XINHUA 

Nolan, David, “Mark Twain: America’s Conscience, China’s Friend,” V, 1, 23-24

Noyes, Gertrude, “Kansas City Organization Studies Snow,” XVIII, 2, 13

Robinson, Cyril D., “The Bagel and Its Origins – Mythical, Hypothetical and Undiscovered,” (reprint) XXIII, 2, 20-21

Roney, Peggy, “Chinese New Year of the Ox,” XXXIII, 1, 21

Troy, Jean, “China-US Partnerships: Chattanooga-Wuxi, Sisters Since 1982,” XXII, 1, 7-8

 

 

 

NON-HAN ETHNIC GROUPS

 

Krebs, Sylvia, “Life in ‘Contested Space,’” XXIV, 2, 10-12

Pendleton, Richard, “The language of animals and birds,” VII, 2, 23-24

Smith, Marsha, “Gender and Equality Among Older Naxi Women of Lijiang in the Contemporary People’s Republic of China,” XXVII, 1, 17-20

PHOTOGRAPHY: ESSAYS, EXHIBITS

“A Day in the Country,” IX, 5, 22-25

“China Currents: Pictorial,” VI, 2, 26-27

“China Currents: Pictorial,” VI, 3, 13-14

“Red Mansions,” IX, 5, 16-17

“Third World Pictorial: Africa,” IX, 2, 10-11

Austin, Jeffrey, “Photo Essay: Three Gorges Dam Project,” XXV, 3, 14-15

Cobb, Barbara, “Sages and Emperors,” XXIV, 4, 12-13

Cobb, Barbara, “Snapshots of China,” XIX, 3, 16-17

Cobb, Barbara, “Soong Ching Ling Exhibit,” XXVIII, 2, 19

Cox, D.E., “Moments in focus,” VII, 5, 14

Cox, D.E., “Nanjing Middle School Photostory,” VI, 4, 11-12

Cox, D.E., “Photographing in China,” X, 5, 15-18

Cox, Dennis, “A light on the past,” VIII, 6, 6-9

Guan Tianyi, “International wushu tournament,” IX, 6, 10-11

Hendrix, Peggy, et al, “Seeing East China,” XXXV, 4, 24-25

Horowitz, Mel, “More Photos from Ningxia,” XXXII, 4, 18-20

Jin Xueqi, “The Hidden Temple of Baoen,” XXI, 3, 13

Klug, Mary, “Famous in Kunming,” XXIX, 2, 15-16

Krebs, Edward, “Living in Deserts and Dry Places,” XXX, 12, 11

Krebs, Edward, “Peasant Paintings to Peasant Murals,” XXXII, 4, 17

Krebs, Sylvia, “A Home for the Soong Chingling Photo Exhibit,” XXX, 4, 20

Lael, Jane, “Imaginechina,” XXX, 3, 22

Lei, Alice, “Hosts: A Diversity,” XI, 5, 18-19

Millett, Gregg, “The Earliest Color Photographs of China,” XXXI, 1, 15

Nebbia, Tom, “China in Focus: a portfolio,” V, 1, 15-16

Petersen, Charles, “Beijing Photo Exhibit,” XXXI, 2, 21

Petersen, Charles, “Third Beijing Photo Exhibit: Western China,” XXVII, 4, 24

Pilling, Ron, “Places and people,” VII, 4, 15-18

Reynolds, Douglas R., “Celebration at the Carter Center,” XXXIV, 2, 6-8

Saari, Christine, “Chengdu Juxtapositions,” XIX, 3, 24-25

Saari, Christine, “Chinese Basketry,” XV, 4, 26-27

Saari, Christine, “Destination: Sichuan Province,” XI, 5, 24-25

Saari, Christine, “Images,” IX, 1, 14-16

Saari, Christine, “Made by Hand,” XVIII, 2, 16-17

Saari, Christine, “Portfolio,” IX, 2, 22-23

Saari, Christine, “Sichuan Teahouses,” XVIII, 1, 16-17

Saari, Christine, “The Sichuan Countryside,” XIX, 4, 22-23

Saari, Christine, “Traditions—Modernization,” XV, 3, 16-17

Schueller, Carolyn, and Austin, Jeffrey, “Three Gorges Dam Project: Poems and Photos,” XXVI, 1, 20-21

Wu Zuzheng and Xiong Ruqing, “Stone Sculptures of Southwest China,” V, 3, 12-13

Xinhua, “Beijing’s new look,” VII, 2, 19-20

Xinhua, “Chen Family Style Taijiquan,” V, 5, 22-25

Xinhua, “China Currents,” VI, 1, 18-19

Xinhua, “China News in Photos,” V, 6, 22-23

Xinhua, “Faces and places . . .,” IX, 4, 22-23

Xinhua, “Leshan, Sichuan,” VIII, 1, 16-19

Xinhua, “Summer Growing Time,” V, 3, 22-23

Xinhua, “The Other Half of the Sky: Women in Today’s China,” V, 2, 16-17

 

 

 

POLITICS

 

‘Helping China’s NGOs: The American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative,” XXXIV, 4, 17

“China’s Legal System: What’s Happening?” reported by Edward Krebs and Douglas Reynolds, XXX, 2, 6-7

“Could He Be Quietly Imprisoned? The Case of Zhang Weiguo,” XV, 2, 15

“Hu Succeeds Jiang to Top Military Job,” (reprinted from China Daily) XIX, 1, 8-9

“Hua Steps Down: Mao Assessed,” V, 4, 8

“Human Rights in China: Selections from the U.S. and Chinese Statements,” XIX, 2, 7-12

“Interview: Bill Hinton, Transformation in the countryside,” VIII, 3, 8-13

“Interview: Bill Hinton, Transformation in the countryside,” VIII, 4, 12-15, 19

“Interview: Bill Hinton, Transformation in the countryside,” VIII, 5, 18-22

“Premier Zhao Ziyang’s 10 Principles,” VI, 1, 21

“Questions and Answers: China’s Policy towards the Students Studying in America and Other Issues,” XIV, 3, 9-12

“Special: China Celebrates 35th,” IX, 1, 26-28

“The Decision on Reform of the Economic Structure, Excerpts from the Communique of the 3rd Plenary Session of the 12th Central Committee of the CCP, IX, 1, 9-11

“USPFA letter to President Reagan,” VII, 3, 26

Abrams, Herbert, K., “Chinese Characteristics: Contradictions of Today’s Socialism,” XVI, 2, 12-14

Belaief, Lynne, “Remaining Involved in China,” XIV, 2, 8-10

Bush, Richard C., “Deng Xiaoping: China’s Old Man in a Hurry,” V, 5, 6-9

Caulfield, Henry P. Jr., “A Worried Chinese Look at the Environment,” XVII, 1, 14-16

Chin Chi, “The Calla Lily,” X, 3, 22-23

Crook, Isabel and David, “A Struggle for Human Rights Is Being Waged Inside China,” XV, 4, 22

Deane, Hugh, “A Revealing Inquiry into Mao’s Countryside,” XVI, 1, 13-16

Deane, Hugh, “Dilemmas and Policy Shifts in China,” VI, 4, 13-16

Deane, Hugh, “On Cooperatives, Political Change, Revitalized Marxism,” XI, 1, 23-24

Deane, Hugh, “Rectifying the Journalists, Handling the Union Threat,” XIV, 1, 9-11

Deane, Hugh, “Tiananmen: Notes on the First Anniversary,” XIV, 2, 4-7

Duan Liancheng, “An Appeal for Understanding: A Chinese journalist’s view of the background of Tiananmen,” XV, 1, 13-15

DuRand, Cliff, “Dang Chang Village Revisited,” XVI, 2, 6-8

DuRand, Cliff, “Which Way China?” XIV, 4, 4-7

Endicott, James G., “Governments Don’t Roll Over and Get Overthrown,” XIV, 1, 13-14

Fine, Melinda and Wing, Lyle, “China, Asia and the Quest for World Peace and Disarmament,” X, 2, 6

Goodman, Matthew and Forsberg, Randall, “Defense and Disarmament News: Special Report from China,” X, 2, 4-5, 25

Grant, Cait, “The 4th Session of the 5th National People’s Congress,” VI, 1, 20-21

Hsiao Ching Chang, “Can It Be Quietly Closed Down? The Case of the World Economic Herald,” XV, 1, 22-23

Kehl, Frank, “Hong Kong 1997: Whom to Believe? What to Look for?” XXI, 2, 9-11

Klapmeier, Jolie Bleeker, “China’s Evolving Legal System,” XVIII, 3, 12-13

Krasemann, Keith, “A Balanced Look at China and Human Rights,” XXIV, 2, 13-16

Krasemann, Keith, “The Politics of Asian Values and the Politics of Human Rights,” XXVI, 1, 13-16

Li Xiaolin, “China Continues on the Path of Reform,” XIV, 2,11-13

Liao Chengzhi, “Letter to Chiang Ching Kuo,” VI, 5, 15-16

Lin, Peter Wusun, “Hong Kong, A Look Back and a Look Forward: The Perspective of One Chinese,” XXI, 3, 7-12

Manton, Judy, “Bridging the Gap: Civil Society and NGO’s in China,” XXXI, 2, 9-11

McFarland, Duncan, “Editor’s Report: Recent Political Developments in China,” XI, 3, 5-8, 26

Mealey-Lohmann, Linda, “Using Mediation to Resolve Disputes—Differences between China and the United States,” XXXIV, 3, 15-16

Moore, Allison, “Rule of Law Initiative Conducts U.S.-China Environmental Law Exchange,” (excerpted from the American Bar Association’s Update) XXXI, 4, 25

Munro, Ian H., “UFOs are controversial,” VI, 2, 25

Pendleton, Richard, “Tiananmen Exonerated,” XIV, 3, 1990, 7-8

Pye, Lucian H., “Power and China’s Political Factions,” V, 5, 10-13

Rittenberg, Sydney, “China in the Course of Change,” XI, 1, 5-10

Schecter, Joe, “Washington welcomes Li Xiannian,” IX, 5, 6-7

Selden, Mark, “Rethinking the revolutions in China’s countryside,” VIII, 3, 6-7, 32

Smith, Richard, “Tradition and Modernization: Contradictions Face China’s Leaders,” V, 6, 7-12

Taylor, Betsy, “China’s View of a Nuclear Freeze, VIII, 2, 8-9

Ting, Jan, “The trial of the Gang of Four: A Beginning,” V, 2, 24-25

Toffen, George B., “Peaceful Mainland-Taiwan Cultural Exchange: A Progress Report,” XX, 3, 14-15

Totten, George O., “The reunification of China: when and how?” VII, 6, 16-23

Tsao Zan-sun, “Population and family planning,” VI, 3, 15-18

Tung Pouzo, “Zigen Fund at Work: Back to the Grassroots,” (reprinted from the South Bay chapter newsletter) XVIII, 2, 14-15

Tung, Timothy T.S., “In China They Laugh at Bureaucrats,” V, 6, 18-19

Wang Xueliang, “Haixuan (Oceanic Election System) Lishu County and Grassroots Democracy in the Chinese Countryside,” XXIII, 2, 12-14

Warren, Susan, “Interview: Dr. Rafael Salas, One Billion and Counting,” VI, 5, 5-8, 23

Willmott, Bill, “Human Rights in China: A New Zealand View,” XX, 3, 22-23

Woronov, Naomi, “An American Educator’s View of China Today,” XIV, 1, 18-21

Yi Ying, “Human Rights Are China’s Internal Affair,” (reprinted from Beijing Review), XIV, 1, 14-17

Young, Ann Marshall, “Not So Far Away: Visiting with Women Judges in China,” XXIII, 2, 7-11

Zhao Jinglun, “Interview with John King Fairbank, After the Revolution: China in the Post-Mao Era,” VI, 2, 8-10

Zhou Lifang, “Reply to a sly fox,” VI, 4, 25-26

 

 

RELIGION

 

“Chinese Church Prospers Through China Christian Council,” (reprinted from Episcopal Life) XXXIII, 1, 16

“Independence and Initiative in Management of Religious Affairs,” (excerpted from a PRC State Council Information Office report), XXII, 4, 11-12

Argue, Donald, McCarrick, Theodore E., Schneier, Arthur, “Religious Freedom in China,” (excerpted from delegation report; obtained from Appeal of Conscience Foundation), XXII, 4, 15-17

Bays, Daniel H., “China’s Christians Today and How They Got Where They Are,” XXXIII, 1, 12-13

Browning, Pamela, “The Jews of Kaifeng, XXIV, 3, 14-15

Carroll, Ewing W., Jr., “China’s Protestants – Running the Church Well,” XVI, 4, 6-8

Chen Shaoming and Chin-lee, Cynthia, “The Great Buddha,” V, 5, 20-21

Chevat, Edith and Isidore, “Harvard Sponsors a Conference on the Jewish Diasporas,” XVI, 4, 10-12

Cobb, Barbara, “Religion in China: Introduction,” XXII, 4, 8

Cobb, Barbara, “Taoism,” XXXII, 2, 4-6

Cobb, Barbara, “The Eight Immortals of Taoism,” XXXII, 2, 7-8

Cooper, Marcia, and Cukierkorn, Jacques, “Jews Beyond the Middle Kingdom,” XXXIII, 1, 17-18

Coryell, Dorethea Smith, “China Rethinks Its View of Missionaries,” XX, 3, 20-21

Coulson, Gail, “Updating the missionary mindset,” VII, 1, 25-26

Deane, Hugh, “China Imposes New Controls on Religion,” XVIII, 3, 16

Gao Yang, “Ecumenism and the Chinese Church,” (from Amity News Service), XXII, 4, 13-14

Grams, Rod, “Religious Freedom Act Would Do More Harm than Good,” (reprinted from the Minneapolis Star Tribune), XXII, 17-18

John, Becky, “Notes on Resurgent Chinese Protestantism,” XVI, 4, 9-10

Krasemann, Keith, “Cultivating Confucian Virtue Through Deliberate Effort,” XXIX, 1, 10-11

Krebs, Sylvia, “Life in ‘Contested Space,’” XXIV, 2, 10-12

Krebs, Sylvia, “The Nanjing Hui Today,” XXIV, 2, 11

Lawton, John R., “Rubbing of the Nestorian Stele: A Monument Commemorating the Propagation of the Da Qin Luminous Religion in the Middle Kingdom,” XXXIII, 4, 9-10

Leiper, Jane, “China Report,” VII, 1, 27-28

Marcil, Rev. Michel, “The Catholic Church in China Today,” XXXII, 1, 11

Mendel, Bob, “Xingjian,” VII, 1, 19-20

O’Keefe, Laura, “On the Missionary Performance: A Report on the Linfield Conference, XIX, 1, 14-15

Perkins, Dorothy, “Buddhism’s development in China,” VII, 1, 15-16, 21-22.

Perkins, Franklin, “Compassion and Service in Confucianism,” XXVIII, 2, 14-15

Saari, Christine, “The Training of Young Nuns at Iron Statue Temple,” XI, 5, 13-14

Sovik, Arne, “Christian in Xinyang: A hundred years apart, two church buildings symbolize change in China,” XXXIII, 1, 14-15

Tada, Kakuyei, “Chinese Buddhism on a calm sea,” VIII, 2, 23-25

Ting, K. H., “U.S. Policies on Religious Freedom Abroad,” XXII, 4, 17

Troy, Jean, “To Believe or Not to Believe,” XXII, 4, 9-11

Tung, Timothy, “Stone sculpture of Dazu,” VIII, 6, 10-11

Uhl, Jim, “Story of a living Buddha: Lamaist Buddhism,” VII, 1, 17-18

Wang Zuoan, “Speech on 2008 Friendship Forum: China’s Religious Policy,” XXXIII, 1, 8-9, 27

Wilhelm, Marilyn, “Confucius and Socrates: Language, Health, and Evolution,” XXXIV, 1, 21-22

Wintz, Fr. Jack, “Heir to the past, The Chinese Catholic Church,” VII, 1, 23-24

Xin Jian, “Does the Chinese Church Need to Protect Its Independence Today?” (from Amity News Service), XXII, 4, 13

Zhao Puchu, “Buddhism Resurfaces,” V, 1, 25-27

 

 

 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, MEDICINE

 

“Brain Scans Show Cultural Style,” XXXIII, 3, 8-9

“International Steam: Steam Trains in China,” XXXIII, 3, 19

“Skittles,” XXXIII, 3, 17

Abrams, Herbert K., “On Ma Haide Memorial, Changes in Health Care,” XIV, 2, 21-24

Allen, Marilyn, “Standardizing Acupuncture Locations,” (reprinted from Acupuncture Today) XXXI, 4, 20

Blendon, Robert J., “Public Health Versus Personal Medical Care: The Dilemma of Post- Mao China,” V, 3, 14-16

Boston, Roger, “The 20th Seminar on US-China Relations: Ancient Chinese Astronomy and Navigation,” XXXVI, 3, 10

Browning, Pamela, “The Net’s Worth: pandorasbox.com?” XXIII, 4, 20-21

Dharmananda, Subhuti, “Chinese Medicine: Is It Right for You?” XXII, 2, 22-23

Drummer, Roger, “The Three Treasures and Chinese Toxic Herbs,” (reprinted from Tea Garden newsletter), XXIII, 1, 21-22

Dupont, Joy, “Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Hangzhou,” XXXIII, 4, 16-17

Everington, Keoni, and Lael, Jane, “The World of Chinese Magazine/Website,” XXXVI, 3, 15-18

Katz, Melissa, “All Aboard the Smile Train,” XXII, 2, 10-11

King, R. Todd, “Driving to Tibet,” XXXI, 2, 19-21

Lael, Jane, “Alibaba.com: The Internet in China,” XXX, 3, 12

Lael, Jane, “CCTV-9: Dream Television,” XXX, 3, 9-10

Landers, Dennis, “The Liver and Gallbladder in Traditional Chinese Medicine,” XXXII, 3, 24

Landers, Dennis, “The Stomach and Spleen in Traditional Chinese Medicine,” XXXII, 3, 16-17

Mao, Willie, “The Rise, Fall and Renaissance of Traditional Chinese Medicine,” (reprinted from Acupuncture Today) XXXI, 4, 21-23

Mendel, R. J., “A Look at Acupuncture Theory,” V, 3, 20-21

Mueller, William, “The Qigong Master at Huangshan,” XVII, 3, 20

Munro, Ian H., “UFOS are controversial,” VI, 2, 25

Padgett, Susan, & Whittington, Anna, “China’s nuclear stance,” VIII, 2, 7-8

Qing Qing, “Long Life of Taijiquan,” VI, 2, 16-17

Ratner, Carl, “Psychology Society’s 60th Anniversary,” VI, 2, 25

Rux, Sue, “Yangtze Three Gorges Project,” XXII, 1, 19-20

Sidel, Victor & Ruth, “Shoes for the Barefoot Doctor,” VI, 2, 11-13

Spraker, Lana, “Tai Chi Chuan: The healing art,” VI, 2, 14-15

Warren, Susan, “Talking Technology Transfer,” VIII, 2, 10-12

Yang Lin, “Traditional Medicine Today,” V, 3, 17-19

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

Zhang Yuhan, “China’s Blog Boom and Its Implications,” XXXIV, 3, 12

 

SOCIETY

 

 

Abrams, Herbert K., “Chinese Characteristics: Contradictions of Today’s Socialism,” XVI, 2, 12-14

Arden, Mara, “Wu Clan Reunion: 2004,” XXXI, 1, 16-17

Atsmon, Yuval, and Magni, Max, “China’s Confident Consumers,” XXXVI, 1, 14-15

Auerback, A.J., “Aging in China,” IX, 1, 22-24

Bloomer, Carolyn M. “The Evolving Chinese Woman: Shanghai Advertising Posters: 1910 – 1937,” XXXII, 4, 4-9

Bloomer, Carolyn M., “Chinese Names and Protocol,” XXXI, 4, 19

Cao Xiaoli, “Lives of My Contemporaries: Women of China,” 1, 19-22

Chen, Kara, and McNeal, James, “Children and Advertising in China,” XXXII, 4, 10

Dollahite, Nancy, “On Peeling An Apple in China,” XV, 1, 19

DuRand, Cliff, “Dong Chang Village Revisited,” XVI, 2, 6-8

Fairbank, John King, “China. . . the Subtle Difference,” V, 1, 12-14

Gray, Sherry, “Arrests, Graduate Joblessness, Closed Factories,” XIV, 1, 11-12

Guo Suimay, “Why I don’t retire,” VII, 6, 14-15

Hanser, Jessica, “The Sweet Sound of Garbage in Taiwan,” XXXV, 2, 18

Hong Ke, “One Family in the Desert,” (translated by Ren Huilian and Hu Zongfeng) XXXV, 1, 11-13, 27-28

Huang Fu, “Lanlan Loses Her Youth,” (translated by Ed Krebs) XXXIV, 4, 8-9

Krebs, Sylvia, “Life in ‘Contested Space,’” XXIV, 2, 10-12

Krebs, Sylvia, “Snippets and Snapshots: China’s Ad World,” (compilation) XXXII, 4, 10-11

Krebs, Sylvia, “The Nanjing Hui Today,” XXIV, 2, 11

Lao Hsiang, “A Country Boy Withdraws from School,” (excerpted and summarized from Contemporary Chinese Stories) XXXIV, 4, 5-6

Li Jianping, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: The Challenges of Poverty in China,” XXXII, 1, 10-12

Li Rongxia, “Spending Tomorrow’s Money,” (excerpt) XXIV, 1, 10-12

Li Wen, “Ten Pieces of Paper,” XVII, 3, 15-18

Lin, Edward, “A Chinaman’s Chance: The Continuing Quest for Equality,” XXXIV, 3, 19-20

Liu Xuelin, “Hip Hop’s Sociocultural Impact on Contemporary China,” XXXV, 4, 14-16

Ma Haide, “Aging in China,” XI, 5, 9-11

Ou, Jasmine Fei, “Working with Society’s Poorest,” XXXI, 3, 21-22

Padgett, Susan, “Interview with Jiang Baoying,” X, 2, 13-14

Paltiel, Jeremy, Zhonguo Wenti Duo. . .China Has Many Problems,” V, 2, 7-9

Quick, Bob, “Interview with Han Suyin,” XI, 1, 11-14

Tao Chunfang, “A Challenge,” X, 2, 12-13

Tien, Joseleyne Slade, “A Long and Winding Road: Chinese Women and Judith Stacey’s Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China,” X, 2, 10-12

Williams, Megan, “The Changing Story of the Chinese-American,” XXXV, 2, 18-20

Woronov, Naomi, “An American Educator’s View of China Today,” XIV, 1, 18-21

Yuan Changming, “China Revisited,” XXXIV, 3, 17-18

Zhang Yuhan, “China’s Blog Boom and Its Implications,” XXXIV, 3, 12

 

SPORTS

 

Barrett, Dave, “Taijiquan: China’s Unique Gift to the Wide World of Sports,” XXXII, 3, 18-19

Chen, T.T. and Nancy, “China returns to the Olympics at last,” VIII, 5, 33

China Daily, “Defend the Olympic Spirit,” XX, 3, 24

Delza, Sophia, “T’ai Chi Chuan: An Exercise-Art for All,” XVII, 1, 13

Delza, Sophia, “T’ai Chi Chuan: An Exercise-Art for All,” XX, 3-9

Harrison, Rufford, “Looking Back: Ping-Pong Diplomacy,” XXVI, 3, 4-5

Mendel, R. J., “Reaching for the gold,” VIII, 1, 25-27

Petersen, Charles, “Peacemakers Here and Now: USCPFA-Minnesota Hosts Special Olympics Team from China,” XV, 3, 6-8

Qing Qing, “Long Life of Taijiquan, VI, 2, 16-17

Xinhua, “Chen Family Style Taijiquan,” V, 22-25

Yun Soong Jim, “Lang Ping: Women’s Volleyball in China,” XXV, 3, 16

 

 

TRAVELING, LIVING, WORKING: AMERICANS IN CHINA, CHINESE IN THE U.S.

 

 

“A ‘Coming Home Crazy’ Sampler,” XVI, 1, 11-12

“American Attitudes toward Chinese Americans,” XXV, 4, 15-16

“Beijing 2005: An Assembly after Ten Years,” (reprint from www.womenofchina) XXX, 1, 16

“Changes Ahead in the Chinese Tourist Scene,” X, 3, 32

“Charles Jones Soong as a Young Man,” (excerpted from Vanderbilt Register) XXVI, 4, 7

“Experiencing China: Six Versions,” XXXII, 4, 12-15

“Interview: Bill Hinton: Transformation in the Countryside,” VIII, 5, 18-22

“Red Mansions,” IX, 5, 16-17

“Talitha Gerlach Honored as She Turns 95,” XV, 2, 29

“The New Breed of Old China Hand,” XXXIII, 3, 7

“The Silk Road and Kashgar,” X, 5, 26

Abrams, Herbert K., “On Ma Haide Memorial, Changes in Health Care,” XIV, 2, 21-24

Angue, Eugene, “China Does Not Stink,” VI, 4, 8-10

Arden, Mara, “Wu Family Reunion: 2004,” XXXI, 1, 16-17

Baker, Irmgard, “China: Land of the Dragon, XI, 5, 16

Batterson, Jinny, “Teaching in China: A Long-Delayed Experience,” XXVII, 4, 22-24

Betterton, Lois, “An Interview with Dr. Alfonz Lengyel, RPA,” XXXV, 1, 20-21

Bischoff, Cayleen, “From Cayleen Bischoff’s Notebook,” XXIV, 3, 17-19

Bordelon, Carole M., “Collecting Seeds and Cultivating Friendships in China,” XXVII, 3, 15-16

Bowne, Elizabeth, “Foshan and the Seven Star Crags,” IX, 3, 19-20

Breck School Students, “Teenage Impressions of China,” X, 5, 20

Brown, Carolyn, “Home to Hankow,” VI, 5, 29-30

Browning, Bethany, “Adopting a Chinese Child,” XXII, 28-9

Browning, Pamela, “Building a Bridge,” XXIV, 3, 16

Burton, Aukram, “Xishaungbanna: visual impressions of three African-American artists,” IX, 2, 16-17

Chan Yingjie, “Going Home to Shanghai,” XXII, 2, 16-21

Chang Bo, “Washington Seminar: Teen Exchange Programs: Guangdong Friendship Association,” XXXIV, 3, 9

Cheu, Richard A., “An Immigrant’s Dream,” XXI, 4, 20-21

Chevat, Edith, “A Look at Five Cities and the Yangtse,” XVIII, 4, 18-21

Chevat, Isidore, “Long Time No See,” XXI, 4, 22-24

Chevat, Isidore, “Travels with Bernie,” XXIII, 3, 11

Chin, Wendy, “Two years vs twelve years in the melting pot,” VIII, 5, 25, 27

Chung, Sarah Leong, “The Kunming kids . . .,” IX, 4, 16-17

Clarke, Cheryl, “The Politics of Language,” XXXIV, 4, 13

Clarken, Rodney H., “’May You Live in Interesting Times,’” XXI, 1, 22-23

Clarken, Rodney H., “Pigs: A Chinese-American Cross-Cultural Experience,” XXI, 2, 21-23

Cobb, Barbara, “China Intersections,” (reprinted from Voice of Friendship) XXXIV, 2, 4-5

Cobb, Barbara, “Confucius in Qifu,” XXIV, 4, 16-17

Cobb, Barbara, “Happy Birthday, PRC,” XXIII, 4, 8

Cobb, Barbara, “Holiday in Dongbei,” XXXII, 2, 19-21

Cobb, Barbara, “Interesting Places: Chengde,” XXXIII, 4, 15

Cobb, Barbara, “Musings on a Visit to Tibet,” XVII, 4, 20

Cobb, Barbara, “Profiles,” XXXIV, 2, 18-19

Cobb, Barbara, “Sages and Emperors,” XXIV, 4, 12-13

Cobb, Barbara, “Theme: Personal Connections,” XXXIV, 2, 4

Cobb, Barbara, “Yuanmingyuan—Old Summer Palace,” XXXII, 2, 15-16

Cooper, Eleanor M., “Grace in China: A 20th Century Story with Timeless Themes,” XXIII, 4, 16-17

Corbett, William, “Education and Exchange: A Visit to Guangdong Province,” XI, 5, 22-23

Crook, David, “Travels in Ningxia: A Muslim Oasis of Peace,” XVI, 2, 9-11

Crook, David, “Visiting China’s Past, Present and Future,” XVII, 4, 18-19

Deane, Beverly, “China on the Eve: Notes of a 1948 Vacationer,” XVI, 2, 15-17

Deane, Hugh, “Recollection and Discovery: China Notes of a Revisiting Veteran Journalist,” X, 1, 16-19, 28

Deane, Hugh, “Reporting from China in the 1940s,” VII, 1, 7-8

Deane, Hugh, “Return to the Campus; Lingnan and Zhongshan, VII, 5, 18-21

Deane, Hugh, “The Death and Times of John Birch,” XVIII, 1, 14-15

DeCarlo, Dan, “A Gateway to Friendship with China,” XXVI, 4, 18-19

Donnelly, William, “Navigating the System: Problems of Teaching English in China,” XXVIII, 4, 11-12

Dove, John, “A Parent-Teacher Meeting in Shanghai,” XI, 1, 29-30

Durdin, Tillman, “A Reworking of the China Beat: Observations of a Revisiting Journalist,” X, 3, 16-18, 27

Dye, Jill, “Dazu County,” XIX, 1, 12

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “Sharing Perspectives: A Chinese-U.S. Women’s Issues Forum,” XIX, 2, 20-21

Elliott, Molly, “Xian’s Lively Past and Present,” XV, 1, 20-21

Epstein, Israel, “Greetings from Israel Epstein Winter 1999,” XXIII, 1, 14

Epstein, Israel, “Letter from Beijing,” XXII, 1, 23

Erlich, Reese, “Down in old Shanghai jail,” VII, 5, 10-11

Ernst, Christa, “Shanghai: More than the World Expo,” XXXIV, 4, 27-28

Faglie, Jean B., “Remembering the Circus in Kunming,” XVI, 1, 17-18

Feblowitz, Jill, “Women workers meet,” VII, 2, 21

Feng, Therese and Yuen, Shirley, “A Victory for Garment Workers in Boston,” XI, 2, 19-20

Finger, Daniel Dye, “My China Story,” XIX, 2, 20

Finger, Duane, “A Night at the Shanghai Circus or, A Close Encounte,” XVIII, 2 18-19

Fischer, Karen, “Many Foreign Students Friendless in the U.S.,” XXXVI, 4, 14-15

Fortner, Sean, “Living in China: A Personal Experience,” XXXI, 3, 2021

Francisco, Marjorie, “May 1 in Tangshan,” IX, 3, 12

Friedman, Beatrice S., “Tangshan – A City Reborn,” XIII, 1, 16

Gilbert, Kathy, “An Ancient Garden Grows Downtown,” XXVIII, 1, 28

Gittings, John, “Goodbye to China,”(reprinted from The Guardian) XXVII, 4, 20-21

Goldstein, Jonathan, “Good Things in Small Packages,: A Mini-Conference Highlights the Sino-Judaic Experience,” XXX, 4, 13-15

Gollobin, Ira, “Maud Russell at 90,” VII, 4, 25-28

Gross, Joseph, “One Man’s China: An Interview with Felix Greene,” XI, 3, 12-14

Grossman, Charles, “Tibet: A Recent Visit,” XI, 2, 4

Grossman, Charlie, “Celebrating with Old Friends,” XXXIV, 2, 15-17

Hall, Alice, “Independent Travel in China,” X, 5, 21-22

Hamilton, Marianne, “The Roof of the World,” XVI, 2, 23, 30

Han Wu, “Mixed Emotions,” V, 6, 13

Harcourt, Marion, “Three Cities on the Yangtse,” XVIII, 3, 17-18

Harris, Caitlin, “Mullikin,” XXXV, 2, 20-21

Harrison, Barbara and Cobb, Barbara, “Chinese Travel in the US,” XXII, 1, 12

Henschel, Peter, “Hainan. . . The Other Island,” VI, 5, 17-21

Heyn, Andrea Henley, “Report from China,” X, 5, 24-25

Hinton, Joan, “Letter from the Countryside,” XXIII, 1, 13

Hirsch, Claire, “Hosting China’s Journalists,” VI, 3, 28

Hirsch, Claire, “Revelations and Chicken Soup,” V, 1, 20

Hirsch, Claire, “Snapshots from a Family Outing,” XXI, 4, 18-19

Horowitz, Mel, “Albany Chapter and CTUS,” XXII, 1, 12-14

Horowitz, Mel, “Water Project in Ningxia: USCPFA and Rotary,” XXXII, 3, 16

Hyman, Howard, S., “The Shanghai Interview: Memories of Upheaval,” V, 2, 21-23

Jin Jianfan, “Helen Snow: A Tribute,” XX, 3, 17-19

Johnson, Debbie, “Chinese Culture and Adopted Chinese Children in Nashville, TN,” XXV, 4, 23

Johnson, Ron “Toto,” “Clowning Around in China,” XXXIII, 3, 15-16

Jourdan, Elise, “Watching the Silkworm Become a Butterfly,” X, 5, 14, 19

Jue, Linda, “Chinese American,” XII, 2, 14-16

Ketter, Marge, “Liqun Wei,” XXXVI, 3, 18

King, R. Todd, “Driving to Tibet,” XXXI, 2, 19-21

Kirchner, Sandy, “Bringing Bubbles to China,” XXIV, 4, 14-15

Klug, Mary, “Family New Year Celebration,” XXXI, 2, 22-23

Klug, Mary, “Project Hydraulic Ram—A Way of Bringing Water to Remote Villages,” XXI, 2, 20

Klug, Mary, “Returning to Kunming,” XXIX, 3, 17-19

Klug, Mary, “Temples, Monks and Promises,” XX, 1, 11-13

Kosokoff, Steve, “Taleb! Taleb! Taleb! Mongolian wrestlers soar like eagles,” VIII, 2, 18-19

Krebs, Edward S., “Shaanbei: Nature and Man in a North China Outback,” XXX, 4, 7-9

Krebs, Sylvia, “A Day in Hu Xian—Peasant Painter Country,” XXVIII, 2, 16

Krebs, Sylvia, “Letter from Nanjing: The View from the Nineteenth Floor,” XVII, 3, 8

Krebs, Sylvia, “Ningxia: A World Away,” XXI, 3, 6, 30

Krebs, Sylvia, “Two Women and a Dress,” XXXIII, 4, 4-5

Krebs, Sylvia, “Zhenjiang: Outside the Iron Gates, Off the Main Street,” XIX, 2, 13

Lael, Jane, “Duncan Peattie’s Chinese Railway Timetable: A Labour of Love,” XXXIII, 3, 18

Laganosky, Andrea, “Buena Show Band—China Tour ’05,” XXIX, 3, 20-21

Larson, Peter, “Ottawa Students Enjoy Shanghai Youth Camp,” XXXVI, 4, 23

Lazell, James D., “Are there lizards in this hotel?” VII, 2, 25-27

LeCount, Davie E., “Xinjiang’s timeless frontier,” IX, 3, 21-22

Leiper, Jane, “China report,” VII, 1, 27-28

Lewis, Jessica, “Studying Chinese—and China,” XXVI, 2, 25-26

Lin, Winny Su-hwa, ”Cultivating Chinese Culture in Owensboro, KY,” XXV, 4, 21-22

Liu Wei, “Friends in Need, Friends Indeed,” (reprinted from China Daily) XXXVI, 1, 21-23

Liu Zhongren, “Barriers…,” VIII, 5, 24-27

Liu Zhongren, “Short Stay in the Heartland,” V, 6, 20-21

Liu, Michael, “Fighting Police Brutality: The Case of Long Guang Huang,” XI, 2, 8-9

MacKinnon, Steve, “In a Chinese Think Tank,” VII, 3, 9-10

Mah Y., “Home Revisited: A Personal Inquiry,” XIX, 1, 10-13

Maine, Lois, “First Chinese Runners Compete in Grandma’s Marathon,” XXIV, 2, 7-9

Mann, Mary Jane, “Panorama of Ancient Wonders and Modern Changes Await China Tourists,” XIV, 2, 29

Manton, Judy, “Letter from Laishan,” XXVIII, 4, 12

Manton, Judy, “Report from Guizhou #2,” XIX, 1, 27

Manton, Judy, “Report from Guizhou #3,” XIX, 1, 27-28

Manton, Judy, “Teaching and Traveling in Qinghai Province and Lhasa,” XXVII, 3, 21-22

Marks, Marcia B., “Russian Roulette at the American Embassy,” XVI, 1, 8-10

Marks, Marcia Bliss, “Culture Shock,” V, 2, 18-20

Mattson, Phyllis H., “Deep in the Heart of China,” XVIII, 1, 23-26

Mattson, Phyllis H., “Return to China: The Shock of the New,” XXI, 3, 19-22

Mattson, Phyllis, “Student Reunion,” XXXIII, 2, 18-20

Mayer, Ginger, “Youth say youyi,” VII, 5, 12-13

McBurney-Lin, Jana, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: How US-China Relations Affect Lives of Chinese in America,” XXXVI, 3, 7-8

McFarland, Duncan, “Guangdong Hosts International Friendship Delegation,” XVI, 1, 24-25

McKee, Archie, “George Arvay and SOS Children’s Villages,” XXXIV, 3, 10-11

McMillan, Virginia, “Travel Notes,” XII, 2, 28

Mendel, R.J., “Out in Inner Mongolia,” VIII, 2, 13-16, 20

Mendel, R.J., “Welcome to Mac Shelton’s traveling bicycle show. . ., VII, 1, 12-18

Millett, Gregg, “Building Bridges with Magic Lanterns,” XXXIV, 2, 20

Morgenroth, Robert, “The year of the good earth,” VII, 4, 5-10

Neighbor, Tese, “Dreaming Dreams, Building Bridges,” XXVI, 4, 16-17

Orr, Bob, “Floods of 1996 Ravage Far West China, Too,” XX, 4, 7

Ou, Jasmine Fei, “Working with Society’s Poorest,” XXXI, 3, 21-22

Pan, Irene, “Bus Ride in Datong: A Window Looking Out on China,” XI, 1, 30-31

Pendleton, Richard, “Tianjin. . .profile of a city,” VII, 3, 11-13, 16

Pendleton, Richard,” A Tribute to Dazhai’s Chen Yonggui,” X, 3, 19-21

Perry, Anne Jenkins, “South China Springtime . . .,” V, 1, 17-18

Pinsky, Mark, “Interview: Dr. Ma Haide,” VII, 1, 9-11

Powell, John, “Special Report: My Father’s Library,” X, 3, 14-15, 27

Prince, Bill, “Chattanooga and Wuxi Connect,” XXVII, 2, 14-16

Rau, Margaret, “A home town person returns: Pt. II,” VIII, 1, 22-24

Rau, Margaret, “Return to the home town: Swatow,” VII, 5, 7-9

Reed, Bud, “Two-wheeling It in the People’s Republic of China,” X, 5, 22-23

Ren Guoping, “Learning to Draw the Dragon,” XXI, 2, 24-25

Ross, Marlene, “My English Village Experience in China,” XXVII, 2, 18-19

Roth, Ray, “Educational Partnership and International Friendship, XXXI, 3, 18-19

Saari, Christine, “Destinations: Sichuan Province,” XI, 5, 24-25

Saari, Christine, “Jin Liming,” XXVI, 3, 18-19

Saari, Christine, “Journey into the Past: A university professor revisits his home town in the mountains of Sichuan,” XX, 2, 14-17

Saari, Christine, “Kashgar: Renewed Trade Enlivens a Silk Road Outpost,” XIX, 2, 14-15

Saari, Christine, “Visit to the Chengdu Reformatory,” XI, 3, 12-13

Schechter, Joe, “Interview: Liu Zongren, IX, 6, 20-22

Schlegel, Jane, “Holding Up Half the Sky,” XI, 2, 5-6

Schleier, Curt, “Visiting Chinese Professor Relates to LaGuardia’s Diversity, XVI, 4, 25-26

Schuster, Daryl W., “The 2010 Shanghai Expo as a Symbol of China’s Development,” XXXIV, 4, 12-13

Service, John S., “A Tribute to Edgar Snow: Reminiscences,” VI, 1, 24-26

Shaw, Randy, “Shanghai As Never Seen Before,” XXXIV, 2, 22

Sherman, Alana, “Shanghai: A New Yorker’s Admiration,” XX, 3, 13

Skold, Walter, “Lazarus Foundation Aids Remote Chinese Region,” XX, 4, 15

Smith, Shirley, “A Student’s View of China,” XIX, 4, 29-30

Snow, Helen Foster, “A Tribute to Edgar Snow: The Gung Ho Days,” VI, 1, 26-27

Staff, “The Youxie Delegation Tours the US,” V, 6, 28-30

Stanford, Patrick, “First Chinese Law Student To Study In US,” V, 2, 25

Staver, Virginia, “How the Blind Can See China,” XV, 4, 23-24

Sun Xi, “Views on Foreigners in China,” XXXVI, 4, 15-16

Swiderski, Jim, “Conversation on the Train from Xi’an,” XXVII, 3, 19-20

Tillison, Inez B., “The Southern Region Experience: Selling USCPFA Tours,” VI, 4, 31

Trescott, Kitty, “From Changchun to St. Louis,” XXXI, 2, 18

Troy, Jean Hawk, “Growing Up in China,” XXVI, 2, 8-9

Troy, Jean, “Sister Cities: Chattanooga and Wuxi,” VII, 6, 8-9

Tung Puozo, “Zigen Fund at Work: Back to the Grassroots,” XVIII, 2, 14

Tung, Timothy, “Changing China, A Personal Observation,” XVII, 3, 12-14

Tung, Timothy, “Down the Grand Canal on the Imperial Boat,” IX, 3, 18-19

Tung, Timothy, “Stone sculpture of Dazu,” VIII, 6, 10-11

Vulcan, Nicole, “Chongqing: Hot Pot Spot,” (reprinted from China Daily), XXVII, 1, 9

Wang Lilin, “Our Members in China,” XXVII, 2, 17-18

Warpeha, Mary, “Reflections on an Educational System in Transition,” XXVII, 2, 10-13

Washburn, Abigail, “Take a Banjo to China,” XXXVI, 4, 9-10

Whitley, Ryan, “Purdue University Perspective, Summer 2002: Music Brings Worlds Together,” XXVII, 1, 8

Wilkinston, J. Norman, “Destinations: Tibet,” XI, 5, 26-29

Wintz, Tese, “In the Mekong . . .,” VI, 3, 25-27

Wintz, Tese, “Report from the Leadership Delegation 1982,” VI, 3, 29

Wintz, Tese, “Streets of Hankou. . .a walk through time,” VI, 4, 21

Wintz, Tese, “Thoughts on Inner Mongolia,” VIII, 2, 17

Wintz, Tese, “Thoughts on the Grand Canal,” VIII, 3, 16-17

Wong, Laura L., “Coming to Gold Mountain: Chinese Immigration and Immigrants,” XXV, 4, 8-14

Wong, Laura, and Yep, Elizabeth Wong, “A Visit to Grandfather’s Village: Migration and U.S.-China Relations,” XXVIII, 4, 13-15

Woronov, Naomi and Nebbia, Tom, “Snapshots . . . Guilin to Kunming, China, ’81,” V, 5, 16-19

Woronov, Naomi, “Cleaning Up Paradise,” XI, 5, 17

Woronov, Naomi, “Gifts,” IX, 2, 20, 24-25

Woronov, Naomi, “People: Xiao Wang’s Story,” XI, 5, 20-21

Woronov, Naomi, “The Other Half of Liberation: China’s Changing Ways,” XXI, 4, 10-13

Worth, Nina Weber, and Worth, Don, “Art Deco from Shanghai to Miami,” XXXI, 1, 7-8

Young, Ann Marshall, “Not So Far Away: Visiting with Women Judges in China,” XXIII, 2, 7-11

Yu Yan, “Foreign Education, Chinese Dream,” XXXVI, 4, 13

Yuan Changming, “China Revisited,” XXXIV, 3, 17-18

Yuen, Shirley Mark, “The Chinese in America,” XI, 2, 7

Zhang Suchu, “Letter From America, pt. 1,” VI, 1, 22-23

Zhang Suchu, “Letter from America, Pt. 2,” VI, 2, 18-19

Zhang Yan, “My Days on the Mississippi Delta,” V, 3, 25-26

Zhang Yan, “USCPFA: My Second Home,” XVIII, 3, 7

Zhou, Edna, “Zhou Zhuang,” XXVI, 3, 13

 

USCPFA NATIONAL: CONVENTIONS, SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES

 

“6th US-China Relations Seminar Examines M.F.N. Issues,” XVIII, 2, 27

“A Slab of a Giant Redwood Is USCPFA Gift to China,” XXI, 2, 12-13

“Address by Consul General Gao Zhansheng,” XXXIV, 1, 10-12

“Beijing Facing the 21st Century: A Photo Exhibit,” XXIII, 2, 19

“Center for Teaching about China,” VII, 2, 30

“Convention Awards (2009),” XXXIV, 1, 14-16

“Convention Program Update,” XI, 3, 28

“Earthquake Relief Fund: Chapters Respond,” XXXII, 3, 12

“Excerpts from the Convention Eloquence,” XV, 4, 11-13

“Friends in China November 2008,” XXXIII, 2, 11-14

“Friendship Cities Conference,” (excerpted from Voice of China) XXXIII, 2, 14

“Highlighting USCPFA National,” XXIX, 2, 19-20

“Li Xiaolin Elected New CPAFFC President,” (from People’s Daily Online) XXXVI, 2, 9

“Los Angeles hosts the USCPFA Ninth National Convention, VII, 5, 26-30

“National Board Meets in Washington, D.C.,” X, 2, 30

“National Board Meets in Washington,” VI, 2, 30

“National Board Report,” X, 5, 31

“National Office plans Washington Seminar on US-China policy,” VII, 2, 30

“Notes from the National Office,” XI, 3, 31

“Regional and National Awards Were Presented to Those Nominated,” XXXVI, 1, 8-10

“Report on the Twelfth Convention,” XIV, 1, 4

“Sino-American relations eleven years after the Shanghai Communique,” (report presented to the House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asian and Pacific Affairs), VII, 2, 5-6

“The Honorable Fu Jijun Addresses the USCPFA National Convention,” XXXI, 4,4

“The Tenth National Convention,” IX, 6, 1985, 12-18

“The Twelfth Annual Washington Seminar on U.S. - China Relations,” XXIV, 3, 6-10

“US-China People’s Friendship Association 1995 National Convention,” XIX, 2, no pp. #

“USCPFA 17th National Convention,” XXIV, 1, 16-19

“USCPFA 8th National Convention,” V, 5, 28-30

“USCPFA Gets Home Page on the Internet,” XX, 2, 18

“USCPFA National Board [2000],” XXIV, 4, 21

Blackwell, Unita, “We’ve come a long way,” VIII, 5, 34-35

Boston, Roger, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Ancient Chinese Astronomy and Navigation,” XXXVI, 3, 10

Brown, Molllie, “A summary of key seminar talks,” IX, 4, 28

Budd, Elaine E., “Washington report: US-China relations,” VII, 3, 17-18

Castro, Aura, and Lael, Jane, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-Chinese Relations: Pre-Columbus Chinese Roots in the Caribbean and South America,” XXXVI, 12-13

Chen Xueming, “Washington Seminar: U.S. and China: Countries Enriched by Relationship,” (reprinted from the Richmond Times) XXXIV, 3, 7-8

Clumpner, Karin, “Washington Seminar Examines China’s Future,” XIX, 2, 18-19

Clumpner, Karin, Marienthal, John and Morris, Paul, “USCPFA Seminar Examines Environmental Issues,” XXI, 3, 14-16

Cobb, Barbara, “[17th] Convention Resolutions,” XXIV, 1, 22

Cobb, Barbara, “Brainstorming a Future for USCPFA,” XXX, 2, 16-18

Cobb, Barbara, “China Friendship Societies,” XXIX, 2, 7-11

Cobb, Barbara, “Is Your USCPFA Chapter Tax Exempt?” XXIV, 1, 27

Cobb, Barbara, “USCPFA Legal Origins,” XXII, 1, 21-22

Cobb, Barbara, “USCPFA National Board & Committees,” XXIV, 1, 22-24

Cobb, Barbara, “USCPFA National Highlights,” XXX, 2, 22

Cobb, Barbara, “USCPFA Service Awards,” XXX, 2, 19-21

Cobb, Barbara, “Washington Seminar,” XXX, 3, 24

Cooper, Marcia, “Third CPAFFC Friendship Forum,” XXXIII, 1, 7

Cooper, Marcia, Ewing, David, Hicks, Gary, Roney, Peggy, “US-China People’s Friendship Association National Convention, September 4-6, 2009 San Francisco,” XXXIV, 1, 7-9

Cooper, Marcia, Horowitz, Mel, Cobb, Barbara, “2007 USCPFA National Convention,” XXXII, 1, 8-10

Dahmer, Daren, “Diverse Convention Presentations: Hong Kong Financial Market,” XXIV, 1, 19

Deane, Hugh, “Board Notes,” VIII, 6, 29

Deane, Hugh, “Journey to the Beginning,” XVIII, 4, 14-17

Deane, Hugh, Morris, Paul, and McFarland, Duncan, “Our Fourteenth National Convention,” XVII, 4, 12-16

Gao Zhanshend, “Address by Consul General Go Zhansheng,” XXXIV, 1, 10-12

Garver, John, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: China’s Rise: Becoming ‘Rich and Strong,’” XXXII, 1, 18-21

Gluck, Sidney, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: China’s New, New Deal,” 15-18

Greer, Diana, “2010 Friendship Cities Conference and Friendship Forum,” XXXV, 1, 6-10

Greer, Diana, “Remarks by USCPFA President Diana Greer,” XXXVI, 4, 4-5

Grossman, Charles, “National Board meeting,” IX, 2, 30

Grossman, Charles, “Report from the National Board meeting, Sept. 7-9,” VIII, 6, 28

Grossman, Charles, “Report on the NEC meeting,” VIII, 4, 27, 32

Grossman, Charles, “Summary: USCPFA Board Meeting,” VII, 2, 31

Grossman, Charles, “The USCPFA National Board Meeting,” VIII, 2, 31

Grossman, Charles, “USCPFA event brings China hands together,” IX, 4, 28

Harbin, Katherine, et al, “2011 USCPFA National Convention Goes to Kansas City,” XXXVI, 1, 4-7

Harrison, Barbara, “USCPFA: The Later Years,” XXVIII, 4, 16-17

Heng Xiaojun, “Speech at the 2011 USCPFA National Convention,” XXXVI, 1, 10-12

Heng Xiaojun, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Building a Cooperative Partnership,” XXXVI, 3, 6-7

Hill, Jason, “Thoughts from a New Friend of China,” XXVIII, 4, 18-19

Hirsch, Claire, “Report on the USCPFA China Seminar,” VIII, 4, 30-31

Hirsch, Claire, “USCPFA: The Early Years,” XXXVIII, 3, 14-16

Ji Nie, “Washington Seminar: The Global Financial Crisis: U.S. Tariffs on Tire Imports from China,” XXXIV, 3, 8-9

Kaplan, Barry, “Diverse Convention Presentations: Marketing and Media,” 1, XXIV, 20

Lael, Jane, “The Washington Seminar: Heartfelt Cultural Exchange,” XXXIV, 3, 4

Lael, Jane, “The Washington Seminar: Tour of the Chinese Embassy,” XXXIV, 3, 4-5

Ledman, Paul J., “Portland, Maine to Host 1997 USCPFA Convention,” XX, 4, 26-27

Leiper, Jane, “National Executive Committee Report,” VII, 4, 29-31

Li Jianping, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: Challenges of Poverty in China,” XXXII, 1, 10-12

Li Xiaolin, “Message to the 18th National Convention of the US-China Peoples Friendship Association,” XXV, 3, 11-12

Li Xiaolin, “U.S.-China Friendship,” [20th convention] XXX, 1, 20-21

Li Xiaolin, “Welcoming Speech: Madame Li Xiaolin,” XXXIV, 3, 6-7

Luchi, Robert J., “Diverse Convention Presentations: Aging: What Can We Expect?” XXIV, 1, 19-20

McBurney-Lin, Jana, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: How US-China Relations Affect Lives of Chinese in America,” XXXVI, 3, 7-8

McFarland, Duncan, “A Revitalized USCPFA Holds Thirteenth National Convention,” XV, 4, 8-10

Mealey-Lohmann, Linda, “USCPFA’s 2010 Educators’ Tour—Observing and Interacting with Chinese Students,” XXXV, 2, 6-7

Morris, Paul and Arline, Johanna, “Seminar Examines a Troubled Year in U.S.-China Relations,” XX, 2, 6-7, 18

Morris, Paul and Klumpner, Karin, “Changing China: USCPFA’s National Convention,” XIX, 4, 8-11

Morris, Paul, “Maine Hosts 16th USPFA National Convention,” XXI, 3, 23-24

Morris, Paul, “National Leaders Join Youxie’s 40th Birthday,” XVIII, 3, 19

Morris, Paul, “Washington Seminar: U.S.-China Relations,” XXIII, 3, 12-13, 19, 26

Pestana, Frank, “USCPFA Beginnings, Struggles, Growth,” XXVIII, 2, 6-7

Petersen, Charles K. “Friendship Ambassador Award,” XXVIII, 3, 8

Petersen, Charles K., “Finding a Home for USCPFA’s National Papers,” XXXVI, 2, 12-13

Reese, Charlotte Harris, and Lael, Jane, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Early Chinese Connections to the New World,” XXXVI, 3, 11

Roney, Peggy, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations Historic Friendship: Foundation for the Future,” XXXVI, 3, 4

Sanborn, Robert, “National and Regional Awards,” XXXIV, 1, 14-16

Sanborn, Robert, “USCPFA National Conference Was Wonderful,” XXVIII, 1, 6-8

Service, John, “Remembering Dixie Mission and Koji Ariyoshi,” XVII, 4, 17

Shirk, Susan, “The Mixed Messages of the Bush-Jiang Meeting,” XXV, 3, 13

Staib, Allen, “The Washington Seminar in a Nutshell,” XXXII, 3, 13-15

Stanberry, Rose Ellen, “CPAFFC’s Gift to Hurricane Katrina Relief,” XXXI, 3, 25

Trescott, Kathleen, “CTAC in Carbondale – Tenth Anniversary,” XXIV, 1, 26

Trescott, Kitty, “A Visit to the USCPFA-National Archives at the New York Public Library,” XXXVI, 2, 11-12

Trescott, Paul B., “2007 USCPFA National Convention: Humanizing China’s Economy: New Deal or No Deal,” XXXII, 2, 13-15

Troy, Jean, “Reflections in an Anniversary Year,” VIII, 5, 36

Uncapher, Phillip, “US-China Relations Seminar,” X, 2, 1986, 31

Wang Zuoan, “Speech on 2008 Friendship Forum: China’s Religious Policy,” XXXIII, 1, 8-9

Warpeha, Mary, “2006 Youxie Friendship Forum,” XXXI, 1, 22

Warpeha, Mary, “Carter and Chennault,” XXXV, 1, 10

Xie Yuan, “Opening Plenary Speech,” XXXIV, 1, 12-13

Yao Mingyu, “Third Friendship Forum: CPAFFC Report,” XXXIII, 2, 16

Zhang Yan, “Remarks to USCPFA’s 19th National Convention,” XXVIII, 2, 8-10

Zhang Yesui, “Remarks by Ambassador Zhang Yesui,” XXXVI, 4, 4

Zhou Wenzhong, “2007 USCPFA National Convention: Congratulations from the Honorable Zhou Wenzhang, Ambassador to the United States from the People’s Republic of China,” XXXII, 1, 6-7

Zhou Wenzhong, “The Future of China-U.S. Relations,” [20th convention] XXX, 1, 18-20

Zhou, Wenzhong, “The 20th Washington Seminar on US-China Relations: Building on Past Achievements Embracing Win-Win Cooperation,” XXXVI, 3, 4-6

 

 

WOMEN: CHINESE, AMERICAN

 

 

“’A Chinese Woman Revealed Her People,’” XXVII, 4, 10-15

“A Tribute to Soong Ching Ling,” V, 4, 9-12

“Beijing 2005: An Assembly after Ten Years,” (reprint from www.womenofchina) XX, 1, 16

“Helen Snow Appeals to Chinese President for Release of Political Prisoners,” XX, 3, 25

“Only a Girl,” XIV, 2, 21-22

“Women of China: Results of Third Survey on Chinese Women’s Social Status,” XXXVI, 1, 18-19

An Wei, “Helen Foster Snow Honored in China,” XII, 2, 8

Anthony, Susan B., “Tracing Helen Foster Snow’s China,” XII, 2, 5-7

Chen Haiyun, “Chinese Women Writers Since 1976,” XXVII, 4, 8-9

Cobb, Barbara, “Jean Troy,” XXVI, 3, 19-20

Cobb, Barbara, “Organizing China’s Women,” XXIII, 4, 13

Cooper, Eleanor M., “Grace in China: A 20th Century Story with Timeless Themes,” XXIII, 4, 16-17

Deane, Hugh, “Reflections on the Women’s Conference,” XIX, 4, 16-17

Douglas, Carole, “Love and Marriage—and Maybe Divorce—Chinese Style,” XVI, 2, 14-15

Dye, Marguerite Jill, “The Women’s Conference: In a Global Village We Are Sisters,” XIX, 4, 12-13

Fuller, Joyce, “The Women’s Conference: The Huairou Achievement A Vision for the Future,” XIX, 4, 13-14

Herman, Lois A., “Minneapolis-Harbin Delegation Women Meet with All-China Women’s Federation,” XXVI, 1, 19

Kempf, Andrea, “Pearl Buck Revisited,” XXXVI, 1, 19-20

Krebs, Sylvia, “A Gift from Soong Ching Ling,” XXVII, 4,19

Krebs, Sylvia, “Between Sky and Earth,” XVI, 2, 10-11

Krebs, Sylvia, “Blowin’ in the Wind: Helen Foster Snow’s Vision for China,” XXXIV, 1, 19-20

Lancaster, John, “The Strange Story of K,” (based on “Looking for Trouble in China,” The New York Times Review of Books) XXVII, 4, 16-17

Larson, Louise Leung, “The vice-mayor,” VII, 5, 16,32

Li Hua, “Nushu—A Separate Women’s System of Writing,” XIII, 1, 12

Lu Xun, “On the Status of Chinese Women,” XIX, 1, 19

Ma Xiao, “China’s Women Now: Discrimination Is Widespread But More Questioning Voices Are Heard,” XIV, 4, 17-20

Morris, Paul, “Chinese Women Carry On After 1995 Conference,” XX, 4, 7

Noyes, Gertrude, “Fourth World Conference on Women: A major international event comes to Beijing in 1995,” XVIII, 2, 11

Noyes, Gertrude, “The Women’s Conference: Attendees Chart Path to Equality, Development and Peace,” XIX, 4, 15

Smith, Marsha, “Gender and Equality Among Older Naxi Women of Lijiang in the Contemporary People’s Republic of China,” XXVII, 1, 17-20

Soong Ching Ling, “The Awakening of Chinese Women,” (reprint) XIX, 1, 20-22

Tien, Joseleyne Slade, “The Herstory of Chinese American Women,” XIV, 2, 14-18

Troy, Jean, “The Soong Ching Ling Connection: Memories of Soong Ching Ling and Her Family,” XXVII, 4, 18

Woronov, Naomi, “The Other Half of Liberation: China’s Changing Ways,” XXI, 4, 10-12

Xiao Ma, “Women’s Work and Marriage in Today’s China,” XVI, 2, 11-13

Yang Ling, “A Great Woman—Soong Ching Ling,” XXIII, 4, 14-15

Young, Helen Praeger, “From Soldier to Doctor: A Chinese Woman’s Story of the Long March,” XX, 4, 16-23

Yun Soong Jim, “Lang Ping: Women’s Volleyball in China,” XXV, 3, 16

Zhu Dongmei, “Holding Up Half the Sky: The Chinese Women’s Situation,” XXIII, 4, 9-12, 26

 

 

 

REVIEWS: BOOKS, FILMS, MUSIC, THEATER

 

 

“A Good Woman,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XI, 3, 23

“A Lamp to My Feet, A Light to My Path,”; exhibition review by Peggy Roney, XXXI, 1, 21

“A Woman, A Family,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XII, 2,24-25

“Abode of Illusion”(film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVII, 3, 21

“All Under Heaven,” (film); X, 5, 27-28

“Asian Images in the Media: Those Lemon-Colored Characters,” (film); reviewed by Martha Withan, XI, 2, 26

“Autumn Gem,” (film); reviewed by Bonnie Anderson, XXXIV, 1, 23-24

“Beyond the Wall,” “Hidden Land,” and “Journey to Hainan,” (films); X, 2, 21

“Black Cannon Incident,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 4, 28

“China: 7000 Years of Discovery,” (exhibit) X, 1, 26

“Farewell, My Concubine,” (film); reviewed by by Anne Peramaki, XVIII, 2, 25-26

“Good Fortune: Families with Chinese Children Share Their Stories” (film); reviewed by Mary Rohrer, XXIV, 2, 20

“Hero” (film); reviewed by Lea Durden; XXVIII, 4, 10

“Hibiscus Town,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XII, 2, 23-25

“Ju Dou” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, Deborah Ullrich, Duncan McFarland and Richard Pendleton, XV, 3, 30-32

“King of the Children” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XIV, 3, 26

“Life on a String” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVI, 3, 24-25

“Mao to Mozart,” (film); V, 5, 27

“Mao’s Last Dancer” (film); reviewed by Shifen Gong Fox, XXXIV, 3, 20-21

“Misunderstanding China,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XI, 3, 25

“Much More Than Fighting: Jet Li’s Fearless (film); reviewed by S. Daily Warren, XXXI, 1, 19

“On the Hunting Ground,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 5, 31

“Pat and Dick and Chiang and Mao (opera); reviewed by Paul Horsley, XXXV, 1, 23-24

“Qiu Jin,” (film); no reviewer, X, 2, 24

“Red Sorghum” (film); reviewed by Anne Peramaki, XIV, 3, 24-28

“River without Buoys,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 3, 24

“Sacrificed Youth,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 5, 30-31

“Sichuan: Where China Changes Course,” National Geographic. September, 1985 by Ross Terrill; reviewed by Margaret Witham, X,1, 25-26

“Small Happiness: Women of a Chinese Village,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, IX, 6, 26-27

“The Cannon Team of the Qing Empire (film); reviewed by Duncan McFarland, XV, 1, 25

“The Day the Sun Turned Cold”(film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XXIII, 4, 22

“The Flowers of War” (film); reviewed by Alan Perry, XXXVI, 1, 26

“The Gate of Heavenly Peace” (film); reviewed by Hugh Deane, XX, 2, 28-29

“The Gate of Heavenly Peace” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XX, 2, 27-28

“The Long March Symphony” by Shan Te Ting and “The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto” by Chan Ho and Kang Chen, V, 2, 29

“The Story of Qiu Ju” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XVII, 3, 23,

“The Twin Bracelets” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVII, 3, 21-22

“To Live” (film); reviewed by Edith Chevat, XIX, 1, 25-26

“To Taste a Hundred Herbs,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, X, 3, 24

“Watch Out for Foreign Guests!” China Encounters the West by Orville Schell; reviewed by Tese Wintz, V,4, 25-26

“Witness to Revolution: The Story of Anna Louise Strong,” (film); no reviewer, X, 1, 27-28

“Wu Shu: Martial Arts from the People’s Republic of China,” (performance); reviewed by Sophia Delza, IX, 6, 27

1421: The Year the Chinese Discovered America by Gavin Menzies; (reprinted from China Daily) XXVIII, 1, 10

1421: The Year the Chinese Discovered America by Gavin Menzies; reviewed by Wayne E. Wang (reprinted from Christian Science Monitor) XXVIII, 1, 9

30 Years of Sino-U.S. Relations; (reprinted from China Today), XXVI, 4, 21

A Bridge to China by Elinor Benedict and William Liu; reviewed by Christine Saari, VIII, 2, 22

A Dream of Red Mansions by Tsao Hsueh-chin; reviewed by Carolyn T. Brown, V, 5, 26-27

A Floating Life: The Adventures of Li Bo by Simon Elegant; (no reviewer listed) XXII, 2, 27, 25

A Good Fall by Ha Jin; reviewed by Kelly Chung Dawson (excerpted from China Daily), XXXIV, 4, 10-11

A Higher Kind of Loyalty by Liu Binyan; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XV, 2, 16-17

A KMT War Criminal in New China by Shen Zui; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XI, 1, 25

A Lifetime Is a Promise to Keep: Poems of Huang Xiang translated by Michelle Yeh; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXV, 1, 22

A Mongolian Tale (film); reviewed by Anne Peramaki, XXI, 3, 25-26

A Portrait of Lost Tibet by Rosemary Jones Tang; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XX, 3, 27-28

A Portrait of Lost Tibet by Rosemary Jones Tung; reviewed by Joe Gross, VIII, 4, 25

A Sampler of Chinese Literature from the Ming Dynasty to Mao Zedong translated, compiled and edited by Sydney Shapiro; reviewed by Guo Xin (reprint), XXI, 1, 27

A Single Pebble by John Hersey; reviewed by Mary Wolcott Namey, XXXIV, 2, 23

A Single Tear: A Family’s Persecution, Love, and Endurance in Communist China by Wu Ningkun; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVIII, 3, 20-21

A Tiger’s Heart: The Story of a Modern Chinese Woman by Aisling Juanjuan Shen; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIV, 2, 25

A Town Called Shaoyang: Witnessing Dynastic Changes in China by Antoinette Farnnham Stepanek, A Town Called Shaoyang: Introducing Industry Appropriate to China by Joseph E. Stepanek; reviewed by Paul B. Trescott, XVII, 4, 29-31

About Face: A History of America’s Curious Relationship with China, from Nixon to Clinton by James Mann; reviewed by Pamela Browning, XXIV, 3, 23

Acrobats and Ping Pong: Young China’s Games, Sports and Amusements by Isobel Wilcox, V, 2, 30

After the Nightmare by Liang Heng and Judith Shapiro; reviewed by Margaret Witham, X, 5, 30

Agnes Smedley : The Life and Times of an American Radical by Janice R. MacKinnon and Stephen MacKinnon; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XIII, 1, 20-21

All the Tea in China by Kit Chow and Ione Kramer; reviewed by Eric Canapa, XV, 3, 30

American Chinatown: A People’s History of Five Neighborhoods by Bonnie Tsui; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIV, 1, 24-25

An American Journey through the I Ching and Beyond by Dan DeCarlo; reviewed by Keith Kraseman, XXIX, 3, 9, 11

An American Missionary in China: John Leighton Stuart and Chinese American Relations by Yu-ming Shaw; reviewed by Paul B. Trescott, XVIII, 2, 22-23

Anatomy of the Chinese Business Mind: An Insider’s Perspective by Fangyuan Yuan and Meiru Liu; no reviewer, XXXIII, 3, 10-12

Ancient Sichuan and the Unification of China by Steven F. Sage; reviewed by Thomas Brent Andrews, XXXI, 4, 26-27

Asian Frontier Nationalism: Owen Lattimore and the American Policy Debate by James Cotton; China Memoirs: Chiang Kai-shek and the War Against Japan by Owen Lattimore; Owen Lattimore and the “Loss” of China by Robert P. Newman; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XVI, 2, 6-9

At Middle Age by Shen Rong: reviewed by Rose Ellen Stanberry, XXVII, 4, 12-14

Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress by Dai Sijie; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXVI, 3, 23-24

Beautiful Imperialist: China Perceives America, 1972-1990 by David Shambaugh; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, 26-27, XXI, 1, 26-27

Becoming a Star in Beijing by Alan Paul; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXV, 4, 22

Beijing Street Voices by David S.G. Goodman; reviewed by Joe Gross, VI, 2, 28

Big in China: My Unlikely Adventures Raising a Family, Playing the Blues, and

Black Hands of Beijing: Lives of Defiance in China’s Democracy Movement by George Black and Robin Munro; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 1, 27-28

Blue Guide to China by Frances Wood: reviewed by Ernest Chann, XIX, 2, 22-23

Bolshevik Salute by Wang Meng; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XIV, 2, 25-27

Born Red: A Chronicle of the Cultural Revolution by Gao Yuan; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIII, 1, 23

Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians by Jane Hyun; no reviewer, XXXIII, 3, 10

Brothers by Da Chen; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXI, 3, 23-24

Burying Mao: Chinese Politics in the Days of Deng Xiaoping by Richard Baum; reviewed by Paul Morris, XX, 2, 25

Chansons of a Chinaman by Changming Yuan; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXXIV, 3, 22

Chaos Under Heaven: The Shocking Story Behind China’s Search for Democracy by Gordon Thomas; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 22-23

Chasing the Moon to China by Virginia Overton McLean; no reviewer, XI, 4, 26

Chen Village: the recent history of a peasant community in Mao’s China by Anita Chan, Richard Madsen & Jonathan Unger; reviewed by R.J. Mendel,VIII, 6-26

China and the American Dream: A Moral Inquiry by Richard Madsen; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XIX, 4, 26-28

China Born: Adventures of a Maverick Bookman; reviewed by Karen Kuhlman, XIV, 3, 21-22

China Builds the Bomb by John W. Lewis and Xue Litai; reviewed by Maryl Gray, XIII, 1, 22

China for Businesswomen by Tracey Wilen-Daugenti; no reviewer, XXXIII, 3, 9

China for Peace; reviewed by Duncan McFarland,X, 3, 25-26

China Hand: From the Great Wall to Olive Ball and Beyond by Ruth Pennington Paget; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXXI, 2, 25

China Hands: The Adventures and Ordeals of the American Journalists Who Joined Forces with the Great Chinese Revolution by Peter Rand; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, XX, 1, 28-29

China Mailbag Uncensored, Letters from an American GI in World War II in China and India by Lou Glist; reviewed by Bob Sanborn, XXVII, 1, 14-16

China Official Annual Report 1981; reviewed by Anne J. Perry, VI, 6, 27

China on the Edge – The Crisis of Ecology and Development by He Bochuan; reviewed by Henry P. Caulfield, Jr., XVII, 1, 14-16

China Rising: The Meaning of Tiananmen by Lee Feigon; reviewed by Paul Morris, XV, 2, 27

China Road: A Journey into the Future of a Rising Power by Rob Gifford; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXII, 2, 24-25

China Shakes the World by Jack Belden; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprint), XXI, 1, 20-21

China Shakes the World by James Kynge; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXI, 2, 24-25

China Wakes: The Struggle for the Soul of a Rising Power by Nicholas D. Kristoff and Sheryl WuDunn; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XIX, 1, 27

China Witness: Voices from a Silent Generation by Xue Xinran and translated by Nicky Harman, Julia Lovell and Esther Tyldesley; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIII, 3, 22-23

China: An Uncensored Look by Julian Schuman; reviewed by Sylvia Powell, V, 2, 30

China: Asia’s Next Economic Giant? by Dwight Perkins; reviewed by Hugh Deane XI, 1, 25

China: Fragile Superpower: How China’s Internal Politics Could Derail Its Peaceful

China: From the First Chinese to the Olympics by Alden Carter; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXXIII, 2, 22-23

China: Within the Outer Gate by Michael Kahn Ackermann; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VI, 4, 27-28

China’s American Daughter by Marjorie King; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXX, 4, 22-23

China’s Ancient Technology by the China Science and Technology Museum and China Reconstructs; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 1, 28

China’s Brain Drain to the United States: Views of Overseas Students and Scholars in the 1990s by David Zweig and Chen Changgui; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XX, 1, 26-27

China’s Crafts—The Story of How They’re Made and What They Mean by Robert Helmer Stabler and Ruth Neisi; reviewed by Catherine Sagan, V, 6, 26

China’s Fate: A People’s Turbulent Struggle with Reform and Repression, 1980-1990 by Edward A. Gargan; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 23

China’s Imperial Way by Kevin Bishop; reviewed by Saralei Farner, XXI, 4, 27

China’s Intellectuals: Advise and Dissent by Merle Goldman; Timothy Tung, V, 6, 27

China’s New Confucianism: Politics and Everyday Life in a Changing Society by Daniel A. Bell; reviewed by Tracy Kane, XXXIII, 2, 23-25

China’s Puppets by Robert Helmer Stalberg; reviewed by Sophia Delza, IX, 2, 27-28

Chinese Civilization and Society, A Sourcebook edited by Patricia Buckley Ebrey; reviewed by Joseph Gross, VIII, 1, 28

Chinese Cooperatives: Their Role in a Mixed Economy by Leonora Stettner; reviewed by Hugh Deane, X, 1, 26-27

Chinese Films in Focus: 25 New Takes edited by Chris Berry; reviewed by Judith Sutherland, XXVIII, 4, 9

Chinese Measure Word Dictionary: A Chinese-English, English-Chinese Usage Guide by Jiqing Fang and Michael Connelly; reviewed by Craig Dietrich, XXXIII, 4, 19

Chinese Village Close-Up by Fei Xiaotong; reviewed by Hugh Deane, IX, 2, 28

Chinese Village, Socialist State by Edward Friedman, Paul G. Pickowicz and Mark Selden; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 1, 13-16

Coming Home Crazy by Bill Holm; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 1, 27

Country Driving: A Journey Through China from Farm to Factory by Peter Hessler; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXV, 2, 25

Crisis at Tiananmen: Reform and Reality in Modern China by Yi Mu and Mark V. Thompson; reviewed Christine Kelley, XIV, 2, 27-28

Dangerous Pleasures: Prostitution and Modernity in Twentieth Century Shanghai by Gail Hershatter; XXII, 4, 26-27

Daughter by Yang Gang; reviewed by Annette T. Rubenstein, XIV, 3, 22-23

Deng Xiaoping and the Cultural Revolution by Deng Rong; (no reviewer), XXVIII, 3, 20

Deng Xiaoping by Uli Franz; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIV, 1, 25-27

Dr. Ma Haide (George Hatem); reviewed by Gertrude Noyes, XIII, 2, 30

Dragon Bones by Lisa See; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXVIII, 4, 20

Dreams of Joy by Lisa See; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXVI, 2, 19

East Gate of Kaifeng: A Jewish World Inside China edited by M. Patricia Needle, XVI, 2, 25-26

Edgar Snow: A Biography by John Maxwell Hamilton; reviewed by Susan Witty, XIV, 1, 27-29

Edgar Snow’s China: A Personal Account of the Chinese Revolution Compiled from the Writings of Edgar Snow by Lois Wheeler Snow; reviewed by Hugh Deane, V, 4, 1981, 24-25

Edgar Snow’s Journey South of the Clouds by Robert M. Farnsworth; reviewed by E. Grey Diamond (reprint from Letters for Members Only), XVI, 1, 26-27

Eldest Son: Zhou Enlai and the Making of Modern China by Han Suyin; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 3, 24

Encountering the Chinese—A Guide for Americans by Hu Wenzhong and Cornelius L. Grove; reviewed by Lynne Belaief, XVI, 1, 26

Escape to Shanghai: A Jewish Community in China by James Ross; reviewed by Edith Chevat, XIX, 3, 26-27

Evan F. Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941 edited by Hugh Deane; reviewed by Kenneth W. Fitzgerald, XVIII, 2, 23-24

Evans Carlson’s Legacy of Friendship edited by Charles M. Grossman; reviewed by Lois Baker Janzer, XXXI, 1, 20

Evening Chats in Beijing: Probing China’s Predicament by Perry Link; reviewed Timothy Tung, XVII, 1, 27

Everest Grand Circle: A Climbing and Skiing Adventure through Nepal and Tibet by Ned Gillette and Jan Reynolds; reviewed by Charlotte M. Cardon, X, 6, 27-28

Exile from the Land of Snows by John F. Avedon; reviewed by Richard M. Pendleton, XI, 3, 26-27

Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan by Joyce Brodsky; reviewed by Cecilia Valenzuela Gee, XXXII, 4, 24

Falling Leaves: The True Story of an Unwanted Chinese Daughter by Adeline Yen Mah; reviewed by Julie M. Sheehan, XXIV, 3, 23, 27

Fires of the Dragon: Politics, Murder and the Kuomintang by David Kaplan; reviewed by John S. Service, XVII, 4, 27-28

Four Sisters of Hofei by Annping Chin; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXVIII, 3, 20

Frank N. Meyer, Plant Hunter in Asia by Isabel Shipley Cunningham; reviewed by Hugh Deane, X, 4, 28

From Ink and Sandlewood by Cecile M. Franking; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXVII, 2, 22

From Kona to Yenan: The Political Memoirs of Koji Ariyoshi edited by Alice M. and Edward D. Beechert; reviewed by Bart Trestcott, XXVI, 3, 22

From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (film); reviewed by Tese Wintz, V, 5, 27

From Opium War to Liberation by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Barbara Harrison, XXIII, 1, 21

From Opium War to Liberation by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Lin Wusun (excerpted from The South China Morning Post), XXI, 4, 25-26

From the Center of the Earth: The Search for the Truth about China by Richard Bernstein and China: Alive in the Bitter Sea by Fox Butterfield; reviewed by Lynn Belaief, VI, 6, 22-26

From the Center of the Earth: The Search for the Truth about China by Richard Bernstein; reviewed by Joe Gross, VI, 6, 26-27

From Vagabond to Journalist: Edgar Snow in Asia, 1928-1941 by Robert Farnsworth; Season of High Adventure: Edgar Snow in China by S. Bernard Thomas; reviewed by Joselyne Ashford Slade, XXI, 1, 11-14

Full Circle: A Life with Hong Kong and China by Ruth Hayhoe; reviewed by Bart Trescott, XXIX, 3, 10

Fundamental Issues In Present-Day China by Deng Xiao-ping; reviewed by Stanley Grayson, XIII, 1, 22-23

Fusang: or, The Discovery of America by Chinese Buddhist Priests in the Fifth Century by C.G. Leland; reviewed by John H. Lienhard; XXVIII, 1, 11

Gladys Aylward—The Little Woman by Gladys Aylward as told to Christine Hunter; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXXIV, 2, 23-24

Golden Inches: The China Memoir of Grace Service edited by John S. Service; reviewed by Cynthia K. McLean, XV, 2, 25-26

High Tartary by Owen Lattimore; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 4, 24

Human Rights in China by Beijing Information Office of the State Council; reviewed by Mary Jane Mann and William L. Hanson, XVI, 1, 27-28

Images of China: Poems Written in China by Paul Engle; reviewed by Hugh Deane,VI, 5, 27

In Exile from the Land of Snows by John F. Avedon, IX, 3, 26-27

In the Wild Mountains (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 4, 29

In the Year of the Boar and Jackie Robinson by Bette Bao Lord; reviewed by Alicia Hsu, XI, 2, 25-26

Inside China Today, A Western View by E. Grey Dimond; reviewed by Helen Rosen, VII, 6, 28; reviewed by J. Weichbrod, VII, 6, 28

Inside China, 1943-1945: An Eyewitness Account of America’s Mission to Yanan by W. J. Peterkin; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVI, 2, 24-25

Jews in Old China: Studies by China Scholars edited by Sidney Shapiro; reviewed by Louis Schwartz, IX, 4, 24-25

Ladies on the Loose: Women Travelers of the 18th and 19th Centuries edited by Leo Hamalian; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VIII, 6, 24

Language and Culture by Yancheng Deng and Runqing Liu; reviewed by Nancy C. Whitman, XIX, 2, 24-25

Lapse of Time by Wang Anyi; reviewed Joyce Fuller, XXI, 2, 28

Last Seen in Lhasa: The Story of an Extraordinary Friendship in Modern Tibet by Claire Scobie, You Must Die Once: Tibet, A Journey to the Centre of the Universe by Ian D. Robinson, A Plumber’s Progress: Pilgrimage to the Heart of Tibet by W.J. O’Connell; reviewed by Trevor Linyard, XXXI, 2, 24

Leaden Wings by Zhang Jie; reviewed by Judith Sutherlin, XXVII, 4, 10

Leaving Mother Lake: A Girlhood at the Edge of the World by Yang Erche Namu and Christine Mathieu; reviewed by Marsha Smith, XXIX, 2, 21-22

Lest We Forget: Nanjing Massacre, 1937 by Xu Zhigeng; reviewed by Moss Roberts, XX, 1, 19-22

Life and Death Are Wearing Me Out by Mo Yan, The Song of Everlasting Sorrow by Wang Anyi, Beijing Coma by Ma Jian, A Concise Chinese-English Dictionary for Lovers by Guo Xiaolu (Gold Medalists); reviewed by Andrea Kempf, XXXIII, 1, 22-23

Life at the Grassroots edited by Su Wenming; reviewed by Robert L.Terrell, VI, 2, 28-29

Lilies and Other Stories by Ru Zhijian, reviewed by Margaret Witham, X, 2, 23-24

Living Treasures: An Odyssey through China’s Extraordinary Nature Reserves by Tang Xiyang; reviewed by Donald H. Messersmith, XIII, 2, 28-29

Long Road Home: a China Journal by Vera Schwarcz; reviewed by Timothy Tung, VIII, 6, 25

Looking for Chengdu by Hill Gates; reviewed by Helen P. Young, XXIV, 4, 19, 27

Lost in Translation by Nichol Mones; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXIII, 1, 28

Love in a Small Town by Wang Anyi; reviewed by Lee Durdin, XXVII, 4, 14-15

Love Must Not Be Forgotten by Zhang Jie; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXIV, 4, 11-12

Ma Haide: The Saga of American Doctor George Hatem in China by Sidney Shapiro; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 3, 24-25

Mae Franking’s Chinese Marriage by Katherine Anne Porter; (reprint from Ann Arbor News) XXVII, 2, 21-22

Magic Deer by Mei Ying; reviewed by Elisa Mendel, VIII, 6, 23

Mandate of Heaven: A New Generation of Entrepreneurs, Dissidents, Bohemians and Technocrats Lays Claim to China’s Future by Orville Schell; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVIII, 4, 27

Market Street: A Chinese Woman in Harbin by Xiao Hong; reviewed by S. Dorff, X, 6, 24-25

Marxism and the Chinese Experience edited by Arif Dirlik and Maurice Meisner; reviewed by Hugh Deane, (reprinted from Science and Society) XV, 4, 28-29

Meltdown: Asia’s Boom, Bust, and Beyond by Mark L. Clifford and Pete Engardio; reviewed by Jean Faglie, XXV, 3, 18

Mimosa and Other Stories by Zhang Xianling; reviewed Margaret Witham, X, 6, 28

Miss Sophie and other Stories by Ding Ling; reviewed by Sue Dorff, X, 2, 22-23

Modern China: A Topical History by Su Kaiming; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XII, 1, 25

Monkey: A Journey to the West attributed to Wu Cheng-en and retold by David Kherdian; reviewed by Ben Cobb, XXXII, 2, 23-24

Monsoon Season: An Autobiography by William Q. Wu; reviewed Barbara Cobb, XXVII, 2, 20-21

My China Decade: Letters from 1981 through 1990 by Peggy Slocum; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIII, 2, 25

My China Years by Helen Foster Snow; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VIII, 5, 23

My China Years by Helen Foster Snow; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XII, 1, 25

My Half of the Sky by Jana McBurney-Lin; reviewed by Kitty Trescott, XXXIV, 1, 28

My Half of the Sky by Jana McBurney-Lin; reviewed by Mary Warpeha, XXXIV, 1, 22-23

Nanjing Requiem by Ha Jin; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXVI, 3, 21

New Ghosts, Old Dreams: Chinese Rebel Voices edited by Geremie Barme and Linda Jaivin; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVI, 2, 26

New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution edited by William A. Joseph, Christine P.W. Wong and David Zweig; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XIX, 3, 27-28

Nine Dragons by Michael Connelly; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIV, 4, 20

Norman Bethune by Adrienne Clarkson; reviewed by Sylvia H. Krebs, XXXV, 2, 23-24

On China by Henry Kissinger; reviewed by Lu Pin, XXXVI, 4, 24-26

On Gold Mountain by Lisa See; reviewed Joyce Fuller, XX, 3, 29

On Her Own: Journalistic Adventures from San Francisco to the Chinese Revolution 1925-27 by Milly Bennet; reviewed by Israel Epstein, XIX, 2, 25

On the Front Lines of the Cold War: An American Correspondent’s Journal from the Chinese Civil War to the Cuban Missile Crisis and Vietnam by Seymour Topping; reviewed by Jean Faglie, XXXV, 1, 22-23

On Your Own by Millie Bennett; reviewed by Charles Grossman, XVIII, 2, 26-, 30

Oracle Bones by Peter Hessler; reviewed by Rezxin Adams, XXXI, 1, 20-21

Out of China’s Earth: An Archaeological Discovery in the People’s Republic of China by Qian Hao, Chen Heyi, Ru Suichu, Harry Abrams and China Pictorial; reviewed by Joseph Gross, VIII, 1, 28

Out of Mao’s Shadow by Phillip Pan; reviewed by Gene Damm, XXXII, 4, 23

Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China by Judith Stacey; X, 2, 10-12

Pearl of China by Anchee Min; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIV, 4, 22

Peking Dust by Margaret Zee; submitted by Allison Wildman, XXVII, 3, 23

Peking Story: The Last Days of Old China by David Kidd; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXXIV, 2, 24-25

Peony in Love by Lisa See; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXII, 1, 24

Personal Voices: Chinese Women in the 1980’s by Emily Honig and Gail Hershatter; reviewed by Margaret Witham, XII, 2, 22-23

Phases of the Moon: Traditional Chinese Music; reviewed by Marjorie Ann Ciarlillo, V, 5, 24-25

Pilgrimage in Poetry to Mount Omei selected and translated by Dryden Lindsey Phelps and Mary Katherine Willmott; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VII, 3, 27

Pioneer in Tibet: The Life and Perils of Dr. Albert Shelton by Douglas Wissing;  (reprinted from Disciples World) reviewed by Robert Friendly, XIX, 1, 13

Pop Culture CHINA! Media, Arts, and Lifestyle by Kevin Lathan; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXII, 3, 20-22

Qigong for Arthritis: The Chinese Way of healing and Prevention—Massage, Cavity Press, and Qigong Exercises by Yang Jwing-Ming; (no reviewer listed), XXII, 2, 26

Red Azalea by Anchee Min; reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XVIII, 3, 22-23

Red Cat, White Cat: China and the Contradictions of Market Socialism by Robert Weil; reviewed by Martin Rivlin, XX, 4, 24-25

Red China Blues: My Long March from Mao to Now by Jan Wong; reviewed by Paul Morris, XXI, 3, 27

Red Scarf Girl by Ji-Li Jiang: (no reviewer listed), XXII, 2, 26-27

Religion in China Today by Foster Stockwell; (reprint) reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XIX, 1, 27-28

Rewi Alley of China by Geoff Chapple; VII, 1, 1

Rezsin Adams, XXVIII, 2, 23

Riding the Iron Rooster by Paul Theroux; reviewed by Paul B. Trescott, XIII, 2, 29-30

Right in Her Soul, the Life of Anna Louise Strong by Tracy B. Strong and Helene Keyssar; reviewed by Richard Pastor, IX, 2, 29

Rise to Power by Susan Shirk; reviewed by Archie S. McKee, XXXI, 3, 23

River Town: Two Years on the Yangtze by Peter Hessler; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXVI, 3, 21

Rural Financial Markets in China edited by Christopher Findlay, Andrew Watson, Cheng Enjiang and Zhu Gang; reviewed by Bart Trescott; XXVIII, 2, 22

Sailing Through China by Paul Theroux; reviewed by Hugh Deane, IX, 5, 20

Saving Fish from Drowning by Amy Tan; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXX, 4, 23

Sentimental Imperialists: The American Experience in Asia by James C. Thomson, Jr., Peter W. Stanley and John Curtis Perry; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VI, 1, 28-29

Seven Contemporary Chinese Women Writers; reviewed by Susan Dorff, VIII, 6, 27

Seven Years in Tibet by Heinrich Harrer, translated by Richard Graves (book and film); reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXII, 1, 26-27

Shamrocks & Chopsticks – James Joyce in China: A Tale of Two Encounters by Jin Di, XXVI, 3, 22-23

Shanghai Girls by Lisa See; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIII, 4, 19-20

Shui-fang edited and translated by Hualing Hu and Zhang Lian-Hong; reviewed by Kitty Trescott, XXXV, 1, 21

Silk Road by Jeanne Larsen; reviewed by Archie McKee, XVI, 2, 26

Sinographic Languages: The Past, Present, and Future of Script Reform by Victor H. Mair; no reviewer, XXXIII, 4, 20-21

Six Americans in China by Rewi Alley; reviewed by Hugh Deane, X, 6, 25-26

Small Mouse in China by Dorothea Smith Coryell; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 2, 24-25

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan by Lisa See; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXX, 1, 17

Son of the Revolution by Liang Heng and Judith Shapiro; reviewed by Jesse Parker, VII, 3, 26-27

Southern Fried Rice: Life in A Chinese Laundry in the Deep South; Chinese Laundries: Tickets to Survival on Gold Mountain; Chopsticks in the Land of Cotton: Lives of Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers; and Sweet and Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants; reviewed by Sylvia Krebs, XXXVI, 2, 20-21

Spring Moon by Bette Bao Lord; reviewed by Karen Kerpen,VI, 4, 28

Sweet Mandarin: The Courageous True Story of Three Generations of Chinese Women and Their Journey from East to West by Helen Tse; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXIII, 1, 22

Tai Chi Chu’an: Body and Mind in Harmony—the Integration of Meaning and Method by Sophia Delza; reviewed by Robert Mendel, IX, 6, 23

The Age of Hirohito: In Search of Modern Japan by Daikichi, Irokawa; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XX, 1, 24-25

The American Kaleidoscope—A Chinese View by Wang Tsomin; reviewed by Karen Kerpen, XI, 4, 26

The Attic: Memoir of a Chinese Landlord’s Son by Guanlong Cao; reviewed by Joyce Fuller, XX, 4, 26, 30

The Blue House by Cheng Haishan; reviewed by Margaret Witham, XIV, 3, 23-24

The Burning Forest by Simon Leys; reviewed by Timothy Tung, X, 3, 26-27

The Celebrated Case of Judge Dee; reviewed by Joseph Gross, VIII, 6, 25

The Changing World of Mongolia’s Nomads by Melvyn C. Goldstein and Cynthia M. Beall; reviewed by Martin Rivlin, XIX, 4, 24

The China Guidebook by Fredric M. Kaplan and Arne J. deKeijzer: reviewed by Saralei Farner, VI, 3, 27

The China I Know: A Memoir by Jean B. Faglie; reviewed by Marguerite Jill Dye, XXXII, 3, 22-23

The China Option by Nancy Milton; reviewed by Fran Conroy and Julian Schuman, VII, 5, 22-23

The Chinese in America by Iris Chang; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXVIII, 4, 21

The Chinese Option by Nancy Milton: VII, 5, 22-23

The Chinese Secret Service: Kang Sheng and the Shadow Government in Red China by Roger Faligot and Remi Kauffer; reviewed by Paul Morris, XV, 1, 24-25

The Chinese Women of America by Judy Yung; reviewed by Paul Morris, VI, 4, 26-27

The Chinese: Portrait of a People by John Fraser; reviewed by Richard Pastor, V, 3, 26

The Chopsticks-Fork Principle: A Memoir and Manual by Cathy Bao Bean; reviewed by

The Collected Songs of Cold Mountain, Before Ten Thousand Peaks, Growing Old Alive; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 4, 26

The Coming Conflict with China by Richard Bernstein and Ross H. Munro; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XXI, 2, 27-28

The Conspiracy and Death of Lin Biao by Yao Mingle; reviewed by Richard Pendleton,VII, 4, 24

The Conversion of Missionaries: Liberalism in American Protestant Missions in China, 1907-1932 by Xi Lian; reviewed by Franklin J. Woo, XXI, 2, 29

The Cost of Power in China: The Three Gorges Dam and the Yangtze River Valley by Steven Benson, A.D. Coleman and Dai Qing; reviewed by Kitty Trescott, XXXI, 4, 26

The Dragon’s Pearl by Sirin Phathanothai with James Peck; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 4, 24-25

The East Asia Edge by Roy Hofheinz, Jr. and Kent E. Calder; reviewed by Nigel Thomas, VII, 6, 27-28

The Edible Tao by Ruth Pennington Paget; (reprinted from Coast Weekly, Monterey, CA) XXVIII, 1, 23

The Empress of China by Philip Chadwick Forest Smith and Adventurous Pursuits: Americans and the China Trade 1784-1844 by Margaret C. S. Christmas; reviewed by Ione Kramer, IX, 4, 27

The First Emperor (opera); reviewed by Marcia Cooper, XXXII, 1, 24-25

The Fortune Cookie Chronicles: Adventures in the World of Chinese Food by Jennifer 8. Lee; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXII, 4, 22

The Garden Art of China by Chen Lifang and Yu Sianglin; reviewed by Bernice H. Strommer, XVI, 3, 23

The Gate of Heavenly Peace: The Chinese and Their Revolution, 1895-1980 by Jonathan D. Spence; reviewed by Timothy T.S. Tung, VI, 1, 28

The Genius of China: 3000 Years of Science, Discovery and Invention by Robert Temple; (no reviewer listed) XXIII, 3, 23

The Genius That Was China (television production): reviewed by Steven A. Leibo, XIV, 4, 26

The Good Man of Nanjing: The Diaries of John Rabe edited by Edwin Wickert and translated from the German by John Ed. Woods; (no reviewer listed), XXIII, 3, 23

The Good Women of China by Xue Xinran; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXVII, 3, 24

The Grand Tradition by Joseph Needham; reviewed by Joseph Gross,VII, 4, 23

The Great Reversal: The Privitization of China, 1978-1989 by William Hinton; reviewed by Hugh Dean, XVI, 3, 21-22

The Illustrated Tao Te Ching translated by Kwak Man-Ho, Martin Palmer and Jay Ramsay; (no reviewer listed) XXIII, 3, 23

The Jews in Harbin edited by Qu Wei and Li Shuxiao; no reviewer, XXX, 2, 15

The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XVI, 2, 26

The Korean War: An Unanswered Question by Channing Liem; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 1, 28

The Legend of CEIBS, China’s World Class Business School by Li Yuiqing; reviewed by Jane Lael, XXXIV, 3, 23-24

The Long March: The Untold Story by Harrison Salisbury; reviewed by Paul Morris, X, 1, 24-25

The Making of Modern Tibet by A. Tom Grunfeld; reviewed by Paul E. Ivory, XII, 1. 214-25

The Man Who Loved China by Simon Winchester; reviewed by Peter Larson, XXXIV, 2, 24

The Man Who Stayed Behind by Sidney Rittenberg and Amanda Bennett; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 2, 20-21

The Memory Palace of Mateo Ricci by Jonathan Spence; no reviewer, IX, 3, 24-25

The Middle Heart by Bette Bao Lord; reviewed by Karin L. Clumpner, XXI, 3, 27

The Minds of the Chinese People: Mental Health in the New China by Martha Livingston and Paul Lowinger; reviewed by Joan Bazar, VII, 5, 23-24

The Mountain Village by Yeh Chun-chan; reviewed by Lynne Belaief, X 2, 24

The New Emperors: China in the Era of Mao and Deng by Harrison E. Salisbury; The Claws of the Dragon: Kang Sheng—the Evil Genius Behind Mao, and His Legacy of Terror in People’s China by John Bryon and Robert Pack; reviewed by Timothy Tung, XVI, 2, 19-22

The Opposite of Fate: A Book of Musings by Amy Tan; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXIX, 2, 22

The Origins of the Korean War. Vol. I: Liberation and the Emergence of Separate Regimes, 1945-1947; Vol. II, The Roaring of the Cataract, 1947-1950 by Bruce Cuming; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprint), XX, 3, 26-27

The Paper Dragon by Marguerite Davol; reviewed by Louann Jones, XXII, 1, 26

The Pearl Jacket and Other Stories: Flash Fiction from Contemporary China translated and edited by Shouhua Qi; no reviewer, XXXII, 3, 25, 29

The Poems of Lu Xun translated by Huang Hsin-Chyu; reviewed by Steve Liu V, 6, 26-27

The Price of Power: Kissinger in the Nixon White House by Seymour M. Hersh; reviewed by Joe Gross, VIII, 6, 23

The Private Life of Chairman Mao: The Memoirs of Mao’s Personal Physician by Li Zhisui; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIX, 2, 23-24

The Rise of China: How Economic Reform Is Creating a New Superpower by William A. Overholt; reviewed by Shawn B. Jensen, XVIII, 4, 26-27

The Rough Guide History of China by Justine Wintie; reviewed by David Ewing, XIX, 1, 20

The Secret History of the Mongol Queens: How the Daughters of Genghis Khan Rescued His Empire by Jack Weatherford; reviewed by Mary Warpeha, XXXVI, 2, 19-20

The Secret Speeches of Chairman Mao: From the Hundred Flowers to the Great Leap Forward edited by Roderick MacFarquhar, Timothy Cheek and Eugene Wu; reviewed by Hugh Deane (reprinted from Science and Society), XVIII, 1, 28-29

The Sinopedia Series (12 volumes); reviewed by Jane Lael, XXXV, 4, 21-22

The Soong Dynasty by Sterling Seagrave; reviewed by Israel Epstein, X, 2, 9, 15

The Spiral Road: Changes in a Chinese Village through the Eyes of a Communist Party Leader by Huang Shu-min; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XVII, 4, 28-29

The Tao of Medicine by Stephen Fulder; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VI, 5, 27

The Transition to Socialism in China by Mark Selden and Victor Lippit; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VII, 5, 24-25

The Uncrushable Rose by Bambi Nancy Shen; reviewed by Marcia Cooper, XXXVI, 1, 25

The Undaunted Women of Nanking: The Wartime Diaries of Minnie Vautrin and Tsen

The Wandering Taoist by Deng Ming Dao; reviewed by R. J. Mendel, VII, 6, 27

The White-Haired Girl: Bittersweet Adventures of a Little Red Soldier by Jaia Sun-Childers and Douglas Childers; reviewed by Paul Morris, XXI, 3, 26-27

The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Childhood among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston; reviewed by Joseleyne Slade Tien, XI, 2, 24-25

The Women Trilogy by Bai Fengxi; reviewed by Mary Jane Mann, XVI, 1, 28

Things Chinese by Ronald G. Knapp; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXVI, 4, 25

Three Kingdoms: Abridged Edition attributed to Luo Guanzhong and translated by Moss Roberts; reviewed by Ben Cobb, XXXII, 2, 22-23

Tibet Transformed by Israel Epstein; reviewed by A. Tom Grunfeld, VIII, 2, 21

Till Morning Comes by Han Suyin; reviewed by Cait Grant; VII, 3, 26

To Get Rich Is Glorious by Orville Schell; reviewed by Duncan McFarland, IX, 4, 26

Tournament of Shadows: The Great Game and the Race for Empire in Central Asia by Karl E. Meyer and Shareen Blair Brysac; reviewed by Joanna Arline, XXIV, 4, 18-19

Trespassers on the Roof of the World by Peter Hopkirk; reviewed by Tese Wintz, VII, 5, 25

Trespassers on the Roof of the World: The Secret Exploration of Tibet by Peter Hopkirk; reviewed by Rezsin Adams, XXXII, 2, 25-26

Ts’ao Chung Weighs an Elephant and The Shoemaker’s Gift; reviewed by Elisa Mendel, IX, 2, 29

Two Chinese Families by Catherine Edwards Sadler; reviewed by Robert J. Mendel, V, 6, 27

Two Writers of the Cultural Revolution: Lao She and Chen Jo-hsi by George Kao; reviewed by Karen Kerpen, V, 4, 26-27

Two Years in the Melting Pot by Liu Zhongren; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 5, 24

Uncertain Years: Chinese American Relations, 1947-50 by Dorothy Borg and Waldo Heinrichs; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VIII, 4, 24

Voices Carry: Behind Bars and Backstage during China’s Revolution and Reform by Ying Ruocheng and Claire Conceison; reviewed by Zhang Yan, XXXIV, 4, 21

War Trash by Ha Jin: no reviewer, XXX, 4, 23

Ward Four: A Novel of Wartime China by Ba Jin; reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXV, 3, 19

West Lake Reflections: a Guide to Hangzhou by Sara Grimes; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 6, 26

Where the Mountain Meets the Moon by Grace Lin; reviewed by Cynthia Tripp, XXXV, 2, 24-25

White Boned Demon: A Biography of Madame Mao Zedong by Ross Terrill; reviewed by Timothy Tung, VIII, 6, 22-23

Wild Lilies: Poisonous Weeds edited by Gregor Benton; reviewed by Joseph Gross, VII, 6, 26-27

Wild Swans by Jung Chang; reviewed by Hongjin Kang, XVIII, 3, 21-22

Wild Swans by Jung Chang; reviewed by Joseleyne Ashford Slade, XX, 1, 16-18

Woman in World History: Life and Times of Soong Chingling by Israel Epstein; reviewed by W. Edward Ezzell, XXVI, 4, 20-21

Woman in World History: Soong China Ling by Israel Epstein; reviewed by Susan Witty, XVII, 4, 25-27

Xiu Xiu, the Sent-Down Girl (film); reviewed by Barbara Cobb, XXIII, 4, 23

Yellow Earth (film); reviewed by Anne Peramaki, X, 6, 22-23

Zhou Enlai: A Profile by Fang, Percy Jucheng and Fang, Lucy Guinong J.; reviewed by Chin Chi, X, 3, 1986, 25

 

 

OBITUARIES

 

Abramovitz, Mel, XXVI, 3, 28

Abrams, Herbert, XXX, 4, 20

Adams, Theodore Stanford, XXXVI, 1, 24

Adler, Sol, XVIII, 3, 5

Auerbach, Arnold J., XXI, 4

Auerbach, Gussie, XVI, 2, 27

Avery, Dennis, XXXVI, 3, 20

Beck, Hal, XXV, 4, 25

Beltz, Paul L., XXV, 3, 24

Bidien, Eleanor, X, 5, 31

Bisdorf, Dell, XVI, 4, 12

Bonk, Eugene T., XXXIII, 1, 20

Brown, Georgianna, IX, 3

Cameron, Alison Stilwell, XV, 4, 25

Chen, Jack, XIX, 3, 7-9

Cheung Chuen Lock, XXXVI, 1, 24

Chin, Stephen, XXVI, 3, 24-25

Chou, James, XVIII, 3,

Chung, Warren Yip, XXI, 1, 4

Clark, John Ernest, XXXII, 1, 26

Colvin, Estelle, XVII, 1, 12

Davies, John Paton, XXIV, 2, 24-26

Deane, Beverly, XVII, 1, 12

Deane, Hugh Gordon, Jr., 3, 24-26

Delza, Sophia, XX, 3, 8

Dimond Mary Clark, VII, 4, 4

Ding Ling, X, 2, 26

Elton, Harry, XXVIII, 3, 28

Endicott, James, XVIII, 2, 12

Engle, Paul, XV, 2 10

Fairbank, John K., XV, 4, 4

Fairfax-Chomeley, Elxie, IX, 1, 32

Falk, Joy Hume, X, 2, 26

Fan, Charlie, XXXIII, 2, 21-22

Feustel, Henry, XXVII, 2, 27

Frankfurt, William, VI, 1, 31

Fritchen, Stephen, V, 4, 29

Gerlach, Talitha, XIX, 3, 9-10

Ginsberg, Sylvia, XXXIII, 3, 24

Glist, Lou, XXX, 1, 23

Goldhammer, Ginger, XXXII, 4, 21

Gollobin, Esther, V, 2, 28

Greene, Felix, I, 6, 30

Grimm, Carl, XVI, 4, 12

Gross, Joseph, XV, 2, 2

Gunnell, David, VIII, 6, 30

Haimowitz, Leonore, XX, 1, 9

Han Xu, XVIII, 3, 6

Hayley, Fairy, XXXV, 3, 21

Herman, Robert S. XXXVI, 4, 24

Hinton, Joan, XXXIV, 4, 19-20

Hinton, Joanne, X, 2, 26

Hinton, William, XXVIII, 3,27-28

Honiker, Mary Leila, XXIX, 2, 24

Hsiao Ch’ien, XXIII, 2, 25

Hu, Bill, XVIII, 1, 30

Jaffe, Leah, XXXIV, 1, 27

Jernigan, Linnie Lou, XXXIV, 2, 23

Johnson, Virginia, XXX, 4, 20

Kelenson, Milton, XVIII, 3, 25

Kirchner, William, XXIII, 2, 25

Koji Ariyoshi, XIX, 3, 21-23

Lazarow, Samuel V, 5, 27

Lee George A., XVII, 3, 26

Levin, Helen, XVIII, 2, 30

Lock Loy Wing, VI, 2, 31

Lum, Walter, XXVII, 2, 27-28

Marienthal, Dianne, XX, 4, 28

McGinty, Dixie, XXXIV, 2, 23

Melby, John, XVII, 1, 23

Needham, Joseph, XX, 1, 10

Pastor, Dick, XXXII, 2, 21-22

Pestana, Frank, XXXV, 2, 26

Phillips, Jordan M., XXXIII, 1, 19-20

Pinan, Rose, VI, 1, 31

Pruitt, Ida, Ix, 6, 29-30

Pruitt, Ida, X, 2, 26-28

Ptashne, Mildred, XXIII, 1, 26

Richards, Bea, XXXVI, 1, 24

Rosen, Samuel, V, 6, 5

Rosen, Samuel, VI, 1, 30-31

Rosinger, Lawrence, XIX, 1, 30

Rosner, Jean Hinton, XXVI, 4, 22

Rossman, Frances H., XXXI, 3, 24

Rutherford, Blake, XXXVI, 3, 19

Salisbury, Harrison, XVII, 3, 27

Salley, Sophie, XXXVI, 2, 18

Schuman, Julian, XIX, 3, 9

Service, John, XXIII, 2, 24

Shapiro, Gerald, XIX, 1, 30

Sills, Benjamin, XIV, 2, 2

Slater, William A., XXXV, 1, 26

Smith, Winnifred, XXXI, 4, 27

Snow, Helen Foster, XX, 4, 6

Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 1, 3-4

Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 2, 4

Snow, Helen Foster, XXI, 4, 24

Stanley, Margaret, XV, 2, 2

Stewart, Maxwell, XIV, 2, 2

Tang, Loretta Zhou, XXIII, 1, 26

Thomson, James C., Jr., XXVII, 2, 28

Tillison, Inez, XXXI, 3, 24

Vincent, Craig Stephen, IX, 5, 20-31

Weichbrod, Joseph, X, 3, 31

Welch, Marianne, XV, 1, 30

Whipple, Charles, XV, 4, 21

Williams, Henry G., XXXVI, 4, 24

Williams, Robert, XX, 4, 7

Wirtz, Tony, XXXVI, 2, 18

Wright, James, IX, 1, 30

Wu, Cecile M. Franking, XXXIII, 3, 23-24

Yan Rixian, XXXII, 1, 26

Yang, Gladys, XXIV, 2, 26-27

Yong Kai, XXXI, 4, 27

Zhang Wenjin, XV, 2, 2

Zhao Yihe, XV, 1, 30

Zhou, Edna, XXXVI, 2, 18

Zuckerman, Irving, XXXIII, 3, 23

 

 

 

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