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by Don Rimmington,Alan Hunter

eBook All Under Heaven: Chinese Tradition and Christian Life in the People's Republic of China (KTC) ePub
Author: Don Rimmington,Alan Hunter
Language: English
ISBN: 9024273811
ISBN13: 978-9024273812
Publisher: Uitgeversmaatschappij J.H. Kok (January 1994)
Pages: 176
Category: Asia
Subcategory: History
Rating: 4.9
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All Under Heaven: Chinese Tradition and Christian Life in the People's Republic of China. A Hunter, D Rimmington. Religion and social change in contemporary China. All Under Heaven, 11-37, 1992. Prayers and Thoughts of Chinese Christians.

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Embedded in the now dominant US narrative of "Chinese aggression", Sinophobes claim that China is not only .

Embedded in the now dominant US narrative of "Chinese aggression", Sinophobes claim that China is not only a threat to the American way of life, but also an existential threat to the American republic. It's worth noting, of course, that the American way of life has long ceased to be a model to be emulated all across the Global South, and that the US walks and talks increasingly like an oligarchy. The notion that imperial China, over the centuries, obtained a Mandate of Heaven over Tianxia, or "All under Heaven", and that Tianxia is a "dictatorial system" is absolute nonsense.

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Find nearly any book by Don Rimmington. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Basic Chinese: A Grammar and Workbook (Grammar Workbooks). by Po-Ching Yip, Don Rimmington, Zhang Xiaoming, Rachel Henson, Yip Li Quzhen. ISBN 9780415472166 (978-0-415-47216-6) Hardcover, Routledge, 2009.

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in the People’s Republic of China: Documentation, which since 1986 has continued as China Study Journal

In the UK, The China Study Project, now the China Department, Council of Churches for Britain and Ireland, from 1980 published Religion in the People’s Republic of China: Documentation, which since 1986 has continued as China Study Journal. 18. For a perceptive historical overview see Kim-kwong Chan, A Chinese perspective on the interpretation of the Chinese government’s religious policy, in Alan Hunter and Don Rimmington (ed., All Under Heaven: Chinese Tradition and Christian Life in the People’s Republic of China (Kampen: .

Alan Hunter and Don Rimmington (ed., All Under Heaven: Chinese Tradition and Christian Life in the People's Republic of China (The Netherlands: Kok Kampen, 1992), 139 pp. (no price given. by Murray Rubinstein. this book reinforces my sense of his career as it lays out in exhaustive detail his new approach to understanding the dynamics of the China-Taiwan relationship (and follows, as Paul McCartney might say.

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After the foundation of the PRC nationalists and their sympathizers were hounded and nothing good was said about the Republican period. This book highlights the great difficulties faced by the Republican government in those days. The leadership of the People's Republic since 1949 has been one of stability with an emphasis of continuity and steady progress. This was not the case in the early years. Routledge Grammar, Basic Chinese, Yip Po-Ching and Don Rimmington, Routledge, 1998.

Christianity in the People’s Republic of China, by G. Thompson Brown, 30: 345-46. Educating the Women of Hainan: The Career of Margaret Moninger in China, 1915-1942, by Kathleen L. Lodwick, 39: 168-69. Religion in China Today: Policy and Practice, by Donald E. MacInnis, 33: 352-53.

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