1 edition of China to-day through Chinese eyes found in the catalog.
China to-day through Chinese eyes
First edition: 1926.
|Statement||by T.C. Chao... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Chao, T. C.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
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Modern China has evolved from a year-old history, one largely unknown to the Western world. Eyes on China differs from other firms in our in-depth understanding of the classical, political, and cultural intricacies of China, all of which inform Chinese business norms on a day-to-day basis. Entering the China market is a large investment. The corrupt nature of Chinese culture today has led to great difficulties for many Chinese people. Giving birth is difficult The generation of people who were born after the s are beginning to have their babies. With the arrival of this baby-boom, maternity beds at hospitals are hard to get. Not only do these beds.
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If you have been to China, or if you are Chinese and old enough to remember your land beforethis is a moving trip through vivid cultural and social memories. If you have any interest in China or photography, this book is a must have for your /5(15).
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