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Colours Of The Mountain

Author : Da Chen
language : en
Publisher: Random House
Release Date : 2011-02-28

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A unique modern memoir of growing up in rural China, Colours of the Mountain is a powerful and moving story of supreme determination and extraordinary faith against the most impossible odds. Da Chen was born in 1962 in a town over 50 hours' train journey from Beijing. Persecuted because of his family's landlord status, Da was an easy target for the farmer-teachers and bullying peasant boys. Whilst his older brother and sisters were forced to work in the fields, Da tired of the chaotic schooling of the Cultural Revolution and found solace with a band of good-time thugs. Following the death of Mao, an academic meritocracy was reintroduced. Da determined to escape Ch'ing Mountain, where he ran around barefoot and there was no electricity and no future. Together with his brother Jin, who had been working the land since boyhood, he began to study day and night. His determination is staggering and inspiring. In 1978, at the age of sixteen, Da Chen took a bus and a train for the first time in his life and travelled to Beijing, to the best English language institute in China. A book about friendships, prejudice, familial love and academic striving, and of one man's escape from hunger, poverty and ignorance, Colours of the Mountain is an inspiring and eloquently recounted memoir.

Mr China S Son

Author : Liyi He
language : en
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date : 2018-02-19

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Through the accounts of a prominent Chinese villager and his family, the author examines the years leading up to Chinas Cultural Revolution and its impact on intellectual society.. This book recounts, through one individual's tortured life and a family's struggle, how a generation of Chinese intellectuals was lost to the harsh experiences of the labor camps. It reveals in detail what happened in China in the 1950's before the Cultural Revolution. He Liyi's exile into the labor camps and, upon his release, into the life of a poor peasant is told with a stunning honesty and richness of detail. His miraculous teaching astounds the reader with its description of the capricious nature of Chinese officialdom. }He Liyi belongs to one of China's minorities, the Bai, and he lives in a remote area of northwestern Yunnan Province. In 1979, his wife sold her fattest pig to buy him a shortwave radio. He spent every spare moment listening to the BBC and VOA in order to improve the English he had learned at college between 1950 and 1953. For "further practice," he decided to write down his life story in English. Humorous and unfiltered by translation, his autobiography is direct and personal, full of richly descriptive images and phrases from his native Bai language.At the time of He Liyi's graduation, English was being vilified as the language of the imperialists, so the job he was assigned had nothing to do with his education. In 1958, he was labeled a rightist and sent to a "reeducation-through-labor farm." Spirited away by truck on the eve of his marriage, Mr. he spent years in the labor camp, where he schemed to garner favor from the authorities, who nevertheless shamed him publicly and told him that all his problems "belong to contradictions between the people and the enemy." After his release in 1962, the talented Mr. He had no choice but to return to his native village as a peasant. His stratagems for survival, which included stealing "nightsoil" from public toilets and extracting peach-pit oil from thousands of peaches, personify the peasant's universal struggle to endure those difficult years.He Liyi's autobiography recounts nearly all the major events of China's recent history, including the Japanese occupation, the Communist victory over the Nationalists in 1949, Mao's disastrous Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution, the experience of labor camps, and changes brought about by China's dramatic re-opening to the world since Deng Xiaoping came to power in 1978. No other book so poignantly reveals the travails of the common person and village life under china's tempestuous Communist government, which He Liyi ironically refers to as "Mr. China." Yet he describes his saga of poverty and hardship with humor and a surprising lack of bitterness. And rarely has there been such an intimate, frank view of how a Chinese man thinks and feels about personal relationships, revealed in dialogue and letters to his two wives.He Liyi's autobiography stands as perhaps the most readable and authentic account available in English of life in rural China. }

Wu Han Historian

Author : Mary G. Mazur
language : en
Publisher: Lexington Books
Release Date : 1955-01-01

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This biography spotlights the life of a key Chinese intellectual, Wu Han, well known in China as a major twentieth-century historian and democratic political figure. World attention was drawn to Wu in the mid-1960s as the first of Mao Zedong's targets in the Cultural Revolution. The biography locates Wu in the rapid changes in the social and political environment of his times, from the early years of the twentieth century until his death in prison in 1969. With Wu Han's life as the focus, the narrative deals with the momentous changes in Chinese society and government during the last century. Mazur bases the biographical account on extensive interviewing in China, and penetrates a great deal deeper than the conventional conception of the shift from Nationalist to Communist regimes in the PRC. The complex life of Wu Han is of interest to specialist and non-specialist readers alike, both because of the broad relevance of the historical and political issues he and those around him confronted in the context of the times in China and because of the direct narrative biographical style revealing the conflicts and depth in the human situation. Mazur relates Wu Han's life to the momentous changes and conflicts surging through Chinese society, with special emphasis on the complex role intellectuals have played during the course of change.

L Infirmi Re De Golden Shores Le M Decin De Son Coeur

Author : Susan Carlisle
language : fr
Publisher: Harlequin
Release Date : 2014-12-01

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A l’hôpital de Golden Shores, deux sœurs vont découvrir l’amour au moment où elles s’y attendent le moins... L’infirmière de Golden Shores, China Davis a toujours vécu dans la petite station balnéaire de Golden Shores, dans le Mississippi – et elle y mène une vie bien remplie, entre son travail d’infirmière et sa passion pour le jardinage. Mais l’arrivée d’un nouveau collègue dans le centre médical de la ville, le séduisant Dr Payton Jenkins, fraîchement muté de Chicago, provoque en elle un trouble inattendu. Trouble qui ne fait qu’augmenter quand, après une nuit de garde éprouvante, Payton lui vole un baiser... Le médecin de son cœur, Quand elle apprend que sa candidature a été retenue à l’hôpital d’Atlanta, Kelsey est folle de joie. Car, contrairement à sa sœur China, elle a toujours rêvé de quitter Golden Shores, et elle a bien l’intention de ne pas laisser passer cette occasion en or ! Elle n’a donc plus qu’à patienter quelques semaines. Sauf que, quand son premier amour, le Dr Jordan King, revient à Golden Shores après des années d’absence pour travailler dans le même hôpital qu’elle, Kelsey n’est soudain plus si sûre de son choix...

The Generalissimo S Son

Author : Jay Taylor
language : en
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Release Date : 2009-06-01

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Chiang Ching-kuo, son and political heir of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek, was born in 1910, when Chinese women, nearly all illiterate, hobbled about on bound feet and men wore pigtails as symbols of subservience to the Manchu Dynasty. In his youth Ching-kuo was a Communist and a Trotskyite, and he lived twelve years in Russia. He died in 1988 as the leader of Taiwan, a Chinese society with a flourishing consumer economy and a budding but already wild, woolly, and open democracy. He was an actor in many of the events of the last century that shaped the history of China's struggles and achievements in the modern era: the surge of nationalism among Chinese youth, the grand appeal of Marxism-Leninism, the terrible battle against fascist Japan, and the long, destructive civil war between the Nationalists and the Communists. In 1949, he fled to Taiwan with his father and two million Nationalists. He led the brutal suppression of dissent on the island and was a major player in the cold, sometimes hot war between Communist China and America. By reacting to changing economic, social, and political dynamics on Taiwan, Sino-American rapprochement, Deng Xiaoping's sweeping reforms on the mainland, and other international events, he led Taiwan on a zigzag but ultimately successful transition from dictatorship to democracy. Jay Taylor underscores the interaction of political developments on the mainland and in Taiwan and concludes that if China ever makes a similar transition, it will owe much to the Taiwan example and the Generalissimo's son.

La Corruption En Chine Sources Et Cons Quences

Author : Mireille Fels
language : fr
Publisher: epubli
Release Date : 2013-12-01

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A Popular History Of British India Commercial Intercourse With China And The Insular Possessions Of England In The Eastern Seas

Author : William Cooke Taylor
language : en
Release Date : 1842

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