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Section I - 1981 - 1989

SECTION I

 

Section I of the index covers the years 1981 to 1989, Volumes V-XIV. Six issues were published each year until 1987. Between that year and 1989, changes were made in the production schedule. First, in 1987 the National Board reduced the number of issues to five; thus there is no Volume XI, #6. In 1988 and 1989 only two issues were published each year: #1 and #2 in Volume XII and #1 and #2 in Volume XIII.

 

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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

 

 

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

 

“Architecture,” VII, 3, 21-23

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

“Lu Xun Centenary Observed,” V, 5, 25

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

6, 7-12

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

ECONOMICS

 

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

 

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

 

Deane, Hugh, “Dilemmas and Policy Shifts in China,” VI, 4, 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, “Report from Liu Zhuang,” IX, 2, 14-15, 19

 

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

 

“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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

EDUCATION: IN CHINA, ABOUT CHINA

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

ENVIRONMENT, NATURE

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

GEOGRAPHY

 

 

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

 

 

 

HISTORY

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

V, 6, 24-25

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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. 2, VI, 4, 22-24

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Stanford, Patrick, “The [Central Committee] Report on the Chinese Communist Party’s

            History,” VI, 3, 19-20

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

Warren, Susan, “Interview with Dr. Rafael Salas, Executive Director, United Nations

            Fund for Population Activities,” X, 1, 7-8

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

“Zhao in the US,” VIII, 2, 3-5

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

LANGUAGE

 

 

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

 

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

 

 

NON-HAN ETHNIC GROUPS

 

 

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

 

 

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

PHOTOGRAPHY: ESSAYS, EXHIBITS

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

“A Day in the Country,” IX, 5, 22-25

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

“Red Mansions,” IX, 5, 16-17

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

POLITICS

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

“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

 

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

 

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

 

“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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

            6, 7-12

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, MEDICINE

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

 

SOCIETY

 

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

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

 

 

SPORTS

 

 

Mendel, R. J., “Reaching for the gold,” VIII, 1, 25-27

 

Chen, T.T. and Nancy, “China returns to the Olympics at last,” VIII, 5, 33

 

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

 

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

 

 

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

 

 

Angue, Eugene, “China Does Not Stink,” VI, 4, 8-10

 

Baker, Irmgard, “China: Land of the Dragon, XI, 5, 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

 

Burton, Aukram, “Xishaungbanna: visual impressions of three African-American artists,” IX, 2, 16-17

 

“Changes Ahead in the Chinese Tourist Scene,” X, 3, 32

 

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

 

Corbett, William, “Education and Exchange: A Visit to Guangdong Province,” XI, 5, 22-23

 

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, “Recollection and Discovery: China Notes of a Revisiting Veteran Journalist,” X, 1, 16-19, 28

 

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

 

Erlich, Reese, “Down in old Shanghai jail,” VII, 5, 10-11

 

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, Duane, “A Night at the Shanghai Circus or, A Close Encounte,” XVIII, 2 18-19

 

Francisco, Marjorie, “May 1 in Tangshan,” IX, 3, 12

 

Friedman, Beatrice S., “Tangshan – A City Reborn,” XIII, 1, 16

 

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

 

Hall, Alice, “Independent Travel in China,” X, 5, 21-22

 

Han Wu, “Mixed Emotions,” V, 6, 13

 

Henschel, Peter, “Hainan. . . The Other Island,” VI, 5, 17-21

 

Heyn, Andrea Henley, “Report from China,” X, 5, 24-25

 

Hirsch, Claire, “Revelations and Chicken Soup,” V, 1, 20

 

Hirsch, Claire, “Hosting China’s Journalists,” VI, 3, 28

 

Hyman, Howard, S., “The Shanghai Interview: Memories of Upheaval,” V, 2, 21-23

 

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

 

Jourdan, Elise, “Watching the Silkworm Become a Butterfly,” X, 5, 14, 19

 

Jue, Linda, “Chinese American,” XII, 2, 14-16

 

Kosokoff, Steve, “Taleb! Taleb! Taleb! Mongolian wrestlers soar like eagles,” VIII, 2, 18-19

 

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

 

Liu, Michael, “Fighting Police Brutality: The Case of Long Guang Huang,” XI, 2, 8-9

 

Liu Zhongren, “Short Stay in the Heartland,” V, 6, 20-21

 

Liu Zhongren, “Barriers…,” VIII, 5, 24-27

 

MacKinnon, Steve, “In a Chinese Think Tank,” VII, 3, 9-10

 

McMillan, Virginia, “Travel Notes,” XII, 2, 28

 

Marks, Marcia Bliss, “Culture Shock,” V, 2, 18-20

 

Mayer, Ginger, “Youth say youyi,” VII, 5, 12-13

 

Mendel, R.J., “Welcome to Mac Shelton’s traveling bicycle show. . ., VII, 1, 12-18

 

Mendel, R.J., “Out in Inner Mongolia,” VIII, 2, 13-16, 20

 

Morgenroth, Robert, “The year of the good earth,” VII, 4, 5-10

 

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

 

Rau, Margaret, “Return to the home town: Swatow,” VII, 5, 7-9

 

Rau, Margaret, “A home town person returns: Pt. II,” VIII, 1, 22-24

 

“Red Mansions,” IX, 5, 16-17

 

Reed, Bud, “Two-wheeling It in the People’s Republic of China,” X, 5, 22-23

 

Saari, Christine, “Visit to the Chengdu Reformatory,” XI, 3, 12-13

 

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

 

Schechter, Joe, “Interview: Liu Zongren, IX, 6, 20-22

 

Schlegel, Jane, “Holding Up Half the Sky,” XI, 2, 5-6

 

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

 

“The Silk Road and Kashgar,” X, 5, 26

 

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

 

Tillison, Inez B., “The Southern Region Experience: Selling USCPFA Tours,” VI, 4, 31

 

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

 

Tung, Timothy, “Down the Grand Canal on the Imperial Boat,” IX, 3, 18-19

 

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

 

Woronov, Naomi and Nebbia, Tom, “Snapshots . . . Guilin to Kunming, China, ’81,” V, 5, 16-19

 

Woronov, Naomi, “Gifts,” IX, 2, 20, 24-25

 

Woronov, Naomi, “Cleaning Up Paradise,” XI, 5, 17

 

Woronov, Naomi, “People: Xiao Wang’s Story,” XI, 5, 20-21

 

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

 

 

 

USCPFA NATIONAL: CONVENTIONS, SEMINARS, ACTIVITIES

 

 

Blackwell, Unita, “We’ve come a long way,” VIII, 5, 34-35

 

Brown, Molllie, “A summary of key seminar talks,” IX, 4, 28

 

Budd, Elaine E., “Washington report: US-China relations,” VII, 3, 17-18

 

“Center for Teaching about China,” VII, 2, 30

 

“Convention Program Update,” XI, 3, 28

 

Deane, Hugh, “Board Notes,” VIII, 6, 29

 

Grossman, Charles, “Summary: USCPFA Board Meeting,” VII, 2, 31

 

Grossman, Charles, “The USCPFA National Board Meeting,” VIII, 2, 31

 

Grossman, Charles, “Report on the NEC meeting,” VIII, 4, 27, 32

 

Grossman, Charles, “Report from the National Board meeting, Sept. 7-9,” VIII, 6, 28

 

Grossman, Charles, “National Board meeting,” IX, 2, 30

 

Grossman, Charles, “USCPFA event brings China hands together,” IX, 4, 28

 

Hirsch, Claire, “Report on the USCPFA China Seminar,” VIII, 4, 30-31

 

Leiper, Jane, “National Executive Committee Report,” VII, 4, 29-31

 

“Los Angeles hosts the USCPFA Ninth National Convention, VII, 5, 26-30

 

“National Board Meets in Washington,” VI, 2, 30

 

“National Board Meets in Washington, D.C.,” X, 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

 

“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

 

“6th US-China Relations Seminar Examines M.F.N. Issues,” XVIII, 2, 27

“The Tenth National Convention,” IX, 6, 1985, 12-18

 

Troy, Jean, “Reflections in an Anniversary Year,” VIII, 5, 36

 

Uncapher, Phillip, “US-China Relations Seminar,” X, 2, 1986, 31

 

“USCPFA 8th National Convention,” V, 5, 28-30

 

 

 

WOMEN: CHINESE, AMERICAN

 

 

An Wei, “Helen Foster Snow Honored in China,” XII, 2, 8

 

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

 

Larson, Louise Leung, “The vice-mayor,” VII, 5, 16,32

 

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

 

Noyes, Gertrude, “Fourth World Conference on Women: A major international event comes to Beijing in 1995,” XVIII, 2, 11

 

“A Tribute to Soong Ching Ling,” V, 4, 9-12

 

 

 

REVIEWS: BOOKS, FILMS, MUSIC, THEATER

 

 

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 Under Heaven,” (film); X, 5, 27-28

 

The American Kaleidoscope—A Chinese View by Wang Tsomin; reviewed by Karen Kerpen, XI, 4, 26

 

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

 

“Asian Images in the Media: Those Lemon-Colored Characters,” (film); reviewed by Martha Withan, XI, 2, 26

 

Beijing Street Voices by David S.G. Goodman; reviewed by Joe Gross, VI, 2, 28

 

“Beyond the Wall,” “Hidden Land,” and “Journey to Hainan,” (films); X, 2, 21

 

“Black Cannon Incident,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 4, 28

 

Born Red: A Chronicle of the Cultural Revolution by Gao Yuan; reviewed by Paul Morris, XIII, 1, 23

 

A Bridge to China by Elinor Benedict and William Liu; reviewed by Christine Saari, VIII, 2, 22

 

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

 

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 Builds the Bomb by John W. Lewis and Xue Litai; reviewed by Maryl Gray, XIII, 1, 22

 

The China Guidebook by Fredric M. Kaplan and Arne J. deKeijzer: reviewed by Saralei Farner,  VI, 3, 27

 

China: An Uncensored Look by Julian Schuman; reviewed by Sylvia Powell, V, 2, 30

 

China’s Ancient Technology by the China Science and Technology Museum and China Reconstructs; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 1, 28

 

China: Asia’s Next Economic Giant? by Dwight Perkins; reviewed by Hugh Deane XI, 1, 25

 

China Official Annual Report 1981; reviewed by Anne J. Perry, VI, 6, 27

 

The China Option by Nancy Milton; reviewed by Fran Conroy and  Julian Schuman,  VII, 5, 22-23

 

China for Peace; reviewed by Duncan McFarland,X, 3, 25-26

 

“China: 7000 Years of Discovery,” (exhibit) X, 1, 26

 

China: Within the Outer Gate by Michael Kahn Ackermann; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VI, 4, 27-28

 

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 Intellectuals: Advise and Dissent by Merle Goldman; Timothy Tung, V, 6, 27

 

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

 

The Chinese Option by Nancy Milton: VII, 5, 22-23

 

The Chinese: Portrait of a People by John Fraser; reviewed by Richard Pastor, V, 3, 26

 

Chinese Village Close-Up by Fei Xiaotong; reviewed by Hugh Deane, IX, 2, 28

 

The Chinese Women of America by Judy Yung; reviewed by Paul Morris, VI, 4, 26-27

The Collected Songs of Cold Mountain, Before Ten Thousand Peaks, Growing Old Alive; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 4, 26

 

The Conspiracy and Death of Lin Biao by Yao Mingle; reviewed by Richard Pendleton,VII, 4, 24

 

Dr. Ma Haide (George Hatem); reviewed by Gertrude Noyes, XIII, 2, 30

 

A Dream of Red Mansions by Tsao Hsueh-chin; reviewed by Carolyn T. Brown, V, 5, 26-27

 

The East Asia Edge by Roy Hofheinz, Jr. and Kent E. Calder; reviewed by Nigel Thomas, VII, 6, 27-28

 

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

 

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

 

Evan F. Carlson on China at War, 1937-1941 edited by Hugh Deane; reviewed by Kenneth W. Fitzgerald, XVIII, 2, 23-24

 

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

 

Frank N. Meyer, Plant Hunter in Asia by Isabel Shipley Cunningham; reviewed by Hugh Deane, X, 4, 28

 

“Farewell, My Concubine,” (film); reviewed by by Anne Peramaki, XVIII, 2, 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 Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China (film); reviewed by Tese Wintz, V, 5, 27

 

Fundamental Issues In Present-Day China by Deng Xiao-ping; reviewed by Stanley Grayson, XIII, 1, 22-23

 

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

 

“A Good Woman,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XI, 3, 23

 

The Grand Tradition by Joseph Needham; reviewed by Joseph Gross,VII, 4, 23

 

“Hibiscus Town,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XII, 2, 23-25

 

Images of China: Poems Written in China by Paul Engle; reviewed by Hugh Deane,VI, 5, 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

 

In Exile from the Land of Snows by John F. Avedon, IX, 3, 26-27

 

Inside China Today, A Western View by E. Grey Dimond; reviewed by Helen Rosen, VII, 6, 28; reviewed by J. Weichbrod, VII, 6, 28

 

Jews in Old China: Studies by China Scholars edited by Sidney Shapiro; reviewed by Louis Schwartz,  IX, 4, 24-25

 

Life at the Grassroots edited by Su Wenming; reviewed by Robert L.Terrell, VI, 2, 28-29

 

Living Treasures: An Odyssey through China’s Extraordinary Nature Reserves by Tang Xiyang; reviewed by Donald H. Messersmith, XIII, 2, 28-29

 

A KMT War Criminal in New China by Shen Zui; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XI, 1, 25

 

Ladies on the Loose: Women Travelers of the 18th and 19th Centuries edited by Leo Hamalian; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VIII, 6, 24

 

Lilies and Other Stories by Ru Zhijian, reviewed by Margaret Witham, X, 2, 23-24

 

“The Long March Symphony” by Shan Te Ting and “The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto” by Chan Ho and Kang Chen, V, 2, 29

 

The Long March: The Untold Story by Harrison Salisbury; reviewed by Paul Morris, X, 1, 24-25

 

Long Road Home: a China Journal by Vera Schwarcz; reviewed by Timothy Tung, VIII, 6, 25

 

Magic Deer by Mei Ying; reviewed by Elisa Mendel, VIII, 6, 23

 

The Making of Modern Tibet by A. Tom Grunfeld; reviewed by Paul E. Ivory, XII, 1. 214-25

 

The Man Who Stayed Behind by Sidney Rittenberg and Amanda Bennett; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 2, 20-21

 

“Mao to Mozart,” (film); V, 5, 27

 

Market Street: A Chinese Woman in Harbin by Xiao Hong; reviewed by S. Dorff, X, 6, 24-25

 

The Memory Palace of Mateo Ricci by Jonathan Spence; no reviewer, IX, 3, 24-25

 

Mimosa and Other Stories by Zhang Xianling; reviewed Margaret Witham, X, 6, 28

 

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

 

Miss Sophie and other Stories by Ding Ling; reviewed by Sue Dorff,  X, 2, 22-23

 

“Misunderstanding China,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, XI, 3, 25

 

Modern China: A Topical History by Su Kaiming; reviewed by Hugh Deane, XII, 1, 25

 

The Mountain Village by Yeh Chun-chan; reviewed by Lynne Belaief,  X 2, 24

 

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

 

“On the Hunting Ground,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 5, 31

 

On Your Own by Millie Bennett; reviewed by Charles Grossman, XVIII, 2, 26-, 30

 

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

 

Patriarchy and Socialist Revolution in China by Judith Stacey; X, 2, 10-12

 

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

 

The Poems of Lu Xun translated by Huang Hsin-Chyu; reviewed by Steve Liu V, 6, 26-27

 

A Portrait of Lost Tibet by Rosemary Jones Tung; reviewed by Joe Gross, VIII, 4, 25

 

The Price of Power: Kissinger in the Nixon White House by Seymour M. Hersh; reviewed by Joe Gross, VIII, 6, 23

 

“Qiu Jin,” (film);  no reviewer, X, 2, 24

 

Rewi Alley of China by Geoff Chapple; VII, 1, 1

 

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

 

“River without Buoys,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 3, 24

 

“Sacrificed Youth,” (film); reviewed by Anna Peramaki, XI, 5, 30-31

 

Sailing Through China by Paul Theroux; reviewed by Hugh Deane, IX, 5, 20

 

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

 

“Sichuan: Where China Changes Course,” National Geographic. September, 1985 by Ross Terrill; reviewed by Margaret Witham, X,1, 25-26

 

Six Americans in China by Rewi Alley; reviewed by Hugh Deane, X, 6, 25-26

 

“Small Happiness: Women of a Chinese Village,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, IX, 6, 26-27

 

Small Mouse in China by Dorothea Smith Coryell; reviewed by Paul Morris, XVIII, 2, 24-25

 

Son of the Revolution by Liang Heng and Judith Shapiro; reviewed by Jesse Parker, VII, 3, 26-27

 

The Soong Dynasty by Sterling Seagrave; reviewed by Israel Epstein, X, 2, 9, 15

 

Spring Moon by Bette Bao Lord; reviewed by Karen Kerpen,VI, 4, 28

 

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 Tao of Medicine by Stephen Fulder; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VI, 5, 27

 

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

 

“To Taste a Hundred Herbs,” (film); reviewed by Margaret Witham, X, 3, 24

 

The Transition to Socialism in China by Mark Selden and Victor Lippit; reviewed by Hugh Deane, VII, 5, 24-25

 

Trespassers on the Roof of the World by Peter Hopkirk; reviewed by Tese Wintz, VII, 5, 25

 

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

 

The Wandering Taoist by Deng Ming Dao; reviewed by R. J. Mendel, VII, 6, 27

 

“Watch Out for Foreign Guests!” China Encounters the West by Orville Schell; reviewed by Tese Wintz, V,4, 25-26

West Lake Reflections: a Guide to Hangzhou by Sara Grimes; reviewed by R.J. Mendel, VIII, 6, 26

 

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

 

“Witness to Revolution: The Story of Anna Louise Strong,” (film); no reviewer, X, 1, 27-28

 

The Woman Warrior: Memoirs of a Childhood among Ghosts by Maxine Hong Kingston; reviewed by Joseleyne Slade Tien, XI, 2, 24-25

 

“A Woman, A Family,” (film); reviewed by Richard Pendleton, XII, 2,24-25

 

“Wu Shu: Martial Arts from the People’s Republic of China,” (performance); reviewed by Sophia Delza, IX, 6,

 27

 

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

 

Bidien, Eleanor, X, 5, 31

Brown, Georgianna, IX, 3

Dimond Mary Clark, VII, 4, 4

Ding Ling, X, 2, 26

Endicott, James, XVIII, 2, 12

Fairfax-Chomeley, Elxie, IX, 1, 32

Falk, Joy Hume, X, 2, 26

Frankfurt, William, VI, 1, 31

Fritchen, Stephen, V, 4, 29

Gollobin, Esther, V, 2, 28

Greene, Felix, I, 6, 30

Gunnell, David, VIII, 6, 30

Hinton, Joanne, X, 2, 26

Lazarow, Samuel V, 5, 27

Levin, Helen, XVIII, 2, 30

Lock Loy Wing, VI, 2, 31

Pinan, Rose, VI, 1, 31

Pruitt, Ida, Ix, 6, 29-30

Pruitt, Ida, X, 2, 26-28

Rosen, Samuel, V, 6, 5

Rosen, Samuel, VI, 1, 30-31

Vincent, Craig Stephen, IX, 5, 20-31

Weichbrod, Joseph, X, 3, 31

Wright, James, IX, 1, 30

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