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50 years of new China’s media. (2000). Beijing: China Journalism Yearbook Publishing House.

A new traditionalist. (2001, Winter). The Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, New Series, 58(3), 26–37.

Abraham, T. (2007). Twenty-first century plague: The story of SARS. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine. (1978). An outline of Chinese acupuncture. Monterey Park, CA: Chan’s Corporation.

Acker, W. (1952). T’ao the hermit: Sixty poems. London: Thames and Hudson.

Addiss, S. & Lombardo, S. (1993). Lao-Tzu: Tao te ching [The way and its power]. Indianapolis, IN: Hackett Publishing.

Ahmad, E., et al. (2002). Recentralization in China? (IMF Working Paper WP/02/168), New York, International Monetary Fund. Augustin-Jean, L. (1997, June 1). Rural enterprises and the law. China News Analysis 1586, 1–10.

Aigner, J. S. (1981). Archaeological remains in Pleistocene China. Munich, Germany: Verlag C. H. Beck

Alberts, E. (2007). A history of Daoism and the Yao people of south China. Youngstown, NY: Cambria Press.

Alden, D. (1996) The making of an enterprise: The society of Jesus in Portugal, its empire, and beyond, 1540–1750. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Alderton, D., & Tanner, B. (1998). Wild cats of the world. New York: Sterling.

Alexander, A. (2005). The temples of Lhasa: Tibetan Buddhist architecture from the 7th to the 21st centuries. Chicago: Serindia Publications.

Alexander, B. (1992). The strange connection: U.S. intervention in China, 1944–1972. New York: Greenwood Press.

Ali, S. M. (1999). Cold war in the high Himalayas: The USA, China and South Asia in the 1950s. Richmond, U.K.: Curzon.

Alilunas-Rodgers, K., & Reid, A. (2001). Sojourners and Settlers: Histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press

Allan, C. W. (1974). Jesuits at the court of Peking. Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh.

Allan, S. (1991). The shape of the turtle: Myth, art and cosmos in early China. SUNY Series in Chinese Philosophy and Culture. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Allan, S. (1991). The shape of the turtle: Myth, art, and cosmos in early China. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Allan, S. (1997). The way of water and sprouts of virtue. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Allan, S. (2007, May). Erlitou and the formation of Chinese civilization: Toward a new paradigm. Journal of Asian Studies, 66(2), 461–497.

Alley, R. (1962). Land and folk in Kiangsi: A Chinese province in 1961. Beijing: New World Press.

Allsen, T. T. (1983). The Yuan dynasty and the Uighurs of Turfan in the 13th century. In M. Rossabi (Ed.), China among equals: The middle kingdom and its neighbors, 10th–14th centuries (pp. 243–280). Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Alperovitz, G. (1967). Atomic diplomacy: Hiroshima and Potsdam. New York: Vintage Books.

Amako, S., et al. (1999). Iwanami Gendai Chugoku Jiten [Iwanami dictionary of modern China]. Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten.

Amer, R. (1994). Sino-Vietnamese normalization in the light of the crisis of the late 1970s. Pacific Affairs, 67(3), 357–383.

Amer, R. (1999). Sino-Vietnamese relations: Past, present, and future. In C. A. Thayer & R. Amer (Eds.), Vietnamese foreign policy in transition (pp. 68–130). Singapore: Institute for Southeast Asian Studies; New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Amer, R. (2002). The Sino-Vietnamese approach to managing border disputes. Durham, U.K.: University of Durham, International Boundaries Research Unit.

Amer, R. (2004). Assessing Sino-Vietnamese relations through the management of contentious issues. Contemporary Southeast Asia, 26(2), 320–345.

Ames, R. T. & H. Rosemont, Jr. (1998). The analects of Confucius. New York: Ballantine Books.

Ames, R. T. (1991). The Mencian conception of ren xing: Does it mean human nature? In H. Rosemont (Ed.), Chinese texts and philosophical contexts (pp. 143–178). La Salle, IL: Open Court.

Ames, R. T. (1994). The art of rulership: A study of ancient Chinese political thought. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Ames, R. T., & Hall, D. L. (2001). Focusing the familiar: A translation and philosophical interpretation of the Zhongyong. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press.

Ames, R. T., & Rosemont, H. Jr. (Trans.). (1998). The Analects of Confucius: A philosophical translation. New York: Ballantine Books.

An overview of China’s machinery industry. (2006). Retrieved on July 9, 2008, from

Anagnost, A. (1997). National past-times: Narrative, representation, and power in modern China. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.

Anderson, D. L. (1985). Imperialism and idealism: American diplomats in China, 1861–1898. Bloomington: Indiana University Press.

Anderson, E. N. (1988). The food of China. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Anderson, E. N. (1990). Up against famine: Chinese diet in the early twentieth century. Crossroads, 1(1), 11–24.

Andersson, J. G. (1921). The national geological survey of China. Geograftska Annaler, 3, 305–310.

Andersson, J. G. (1934). Children of the yellow earth: Studies in prehistoric China. London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co.

Andrade, T. (2008). How Taiwan became Chinese: Dutch, Spanish, and Han colonization in the seventeenth century. New York: Columbia University Press.

Andressen, C. A. (2002). A short history of Japan: Samurai to Sony. Sydney: Allen and Unwin.

Andrews, J. (1998). A century in crisis: Modernity and tradition in the art of twentieth-century China. New York: Guggenheim Museum.

Andrews, J. F., & Shen Kuiyi. (1998). A century in crisis: Modernity and tradition in the art of twentieth-century China (exhibition catalog). New York: Guggenheim Museum.

Andrews, J., Brown, C., Fraser, D., & Shen, Kuiyi. (2000). Between the thunder and the rain: Chinese paintings from the Opium War through the Cultural Revolution, 1840–1979. San Francisco: Echo Rock Ventures and Asian Art Museum of San Francisco.

Andrews-Speed, P., & Dow, S. (2000). Reform of China’s electric power industry: Challenges facing the government. Energy Policy, 28, 335–347.

Andrews-Speed, P., & Vinogradov, S. (2000). China’s involvement in central Asian petroleum: Convergent or divergent interests? Asian Survey, 40(2), 377–397.

Angle, S. C. (2002). Human rights and Chinese thought: A cross-cultural inquiry. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Anti-Japanese economic disruption movement in Shanghai: After the outbreak of the Manchurian Incident. (1932). Tokyo: League of Nations Association of Japan.

Antony, R. J. (2003). Like froth floating on the sea: The world of pirates and seafarers in late imperial south China. Berkeley: Institute of East Asian Studies, University of California.

Anwar, D.F. (1990). Indonesia’s relations with China and Japan: Images, perceptions and realities. Contemporary Southeast Asia 12, (103–115).

Apter, D. (1995). Discourse as power: Yan’an and the Chinese revolution. In T. Saich & H. van de Ven (Eds.), New perspectives on the Chinese Communist revolution (pp. 193–234). Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe.

Arkush, R. D. (1981). Fei Xiaotong and sociology in revolutionary China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Arkush, R. D. (2006). Fei Xiaotong [Hsiao–tung Fei] (1910–2005). American Anthropologist, 108, 452–461.

Armitage, C. (2004, August 31). China’s rise gains momentum. The Australian.

Arvidsson, S. S. (2001). Ethnicity and economic development in Yunnan. Uppsala, Sweden: Uppsala University Department of Economic History.

Ash, R., Ferdinand, P., Hook, B., & Porter, R. (Eds.). (2000). Hong Kong in transition: The handover years. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Asif, M., & Muneer, T. (2007). Energy supply, its demand and security issues for developed and emerging economies. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 11, 1388–1413.

At China's table: Food security options. (2007). China 2020 Series: A World Bank Publication. Washington, DC: The World Bank.

Attwater, R. (1963). Adam Schall: A Jesuit at the court of China 1592–1666. London: Geoffrey Chapman.

Aubin, Y., & Idiart, A. (2007). Export control law and regulations handbook: A practical guide to military and dual-use goods, trade restrictions and compliance. Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International.

Augustin-Jean, L. (2005). Urban planning in Hong Kong and integration with the Pearl River Delta: An historical account of the local development. GeoJournal, 62(1–2), 1–13.

Augustin-Jean, L. (2006). The local economy in the context of globalization: Local organization versus WTO principles: An overview from Zhangpu and Yong’an Districts, Fujian Province. In K. Y. Chen, A. Androuais, & L. Augustin-Jean (Eds.), Asian economies in the age of globalization (pp. 165–179). Hong Kong: Centre for Asian Pacific Studies.

Axelrod, H. R. (1963). Gold fish as pets. Neptune City, NJ: T. F. H. Publications.

Ayers, W. (1971). Chang Chih-tung and educational reform in China. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.

Aylward, T. F. (Trans.). (2007). The imperial guide to feng shui & Chinese astrology: The only authentic translation from the original Chinese. London: Watkins Publishing.

Ayscough, F. (1975). Chinese women: Yesterday and today. New York: Da Capo Press.

Bachman, D. (1991). Bureaucracy, economy, and leadership in China. Cambridge, U.K.: Cambridge University Press.

Baensch, R. E. (Ed). (2004). The publishing industry in China. Rutgers, NJ: Transaction Publishers.

Baer, N. (2007, December). Going organic: Certification and projects promoting safer food and organics in China. A China Environmental Health Research Brief. Retrieved February 6, 2009, from

Bagley, R. W. (Ed.). (2001). Ancient Sichuan: Treasures from a lost civilization. Seattle, WA: Seattle Art Museum.

Bai Bo. (2006). Atlas of world heritage: China. San Francisco: Long River Press.

Bai, S. Y. (Ed.).. (2004). A general history of China, Vol. 2: Ancient Period [In Chinese]. Shanghai: Shanghai People’s Press.

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Baker, D. C. (1925). T’ai Shan: An account of the sacred eastern peak of China. Shanghai: Commercial Press.

Balazs, E. (1954). Le traité juridique du “Souei-chou.” Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Balazs, E. (1955). Le traité économique du “Souei-chou.” Leiden, The Netherlands: E. J. Brill.

Balkin, J. M. (2002). The laws of change: I Ching and the philosophy of life. New York: Schocken Books.

Ballard, C. (2007, April 16). The evolution of Yao. Sports Illustrated, 46–51.

Banister, J. (1987). China’s changing population. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Bao Houxing, Chen Lizhong & Peng Zerun. (2000). Ershishiji Hunan fangyan yanjiu gaishu [On the research on the Hunan dialects in the twentieth century] Fangyan 1,47–54.

Bao Houxing. (Ed.). (2006). Xiang fangyan yanjiu congshu [Series on the research of Xiang] (Vols. 1–5). Changsha, China: Hunan Normal University Press.

Bao Maohong. (2004). Environmental history in China. Environment and History, 10, 475–499.

Bao Yanbang. (1996). Mingdai caoyun yanjiu [The study of Caoyun system in the Ming dynasty]. Guangzhou, China: Jinan University Press.

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Baranovitch, N. (2003). China’s new voices: Popular music, ethnicity, gender and politics, 1978–1997. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

Barboza, D, & Story, L. (2007, August 14). Mattel issues new recall of toys made in China. The New York Times online edition. Retrieved July 16, 2008, from toys-web.html?_r=1&adxnnl=1&oref=slogin&pagewanted=print&adxnnlx=1216316302-ZNDkBVq0Ub0M0+h7xiXzmQ

Barboza, D. & Barrionuevo, A. (2007). Filler in animal feed is open secret in China. New York Times. Retrieved November 24, 2008, from 1&ei=5087%0A&em&en=4cc809464be57336&ex=1178251200

Barboza, D. (17 October, 2006). Wang Guangmei, 85, dies; Former First Lady of China. New York Times. Retrieved December 1, 2008, from

Barboza, D. (2007, October 13). No flinching from recalls as China’s exports soar. The New York Times online edition. Retrieved July 16, 2008, from business/13trade.html

Barclay, G. W., Coale, A. J., Stoto, M. A., & Trussell, J. T. (1976, October). A reassessment of the demography of traditional rural China. Population Index, 42(4), 606–635.

Barfield, T. (1989). The perilous frontier: Nomadic empires and China, 331 BC to AD 1757. Oxford, U.K.: Basil Blackwell.

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Barme, G. (1996). Shades of Mao: The posthumous cult of the great leader. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe.

Barmé, G. R. (2002). An artistic exile: A life of Feng Zikai (1898–1975). Berkeley: University of California Press.

Barnes, G. L. (1993). China, Korea and Japan: The rise of civilization in East Asia. London: Thames & Hudson.

Barnett, A. D., & Reischauer, E. O. (1970). The United States and China: The next decade. New York: Praeger.

Barnett, D. A. (1967). Cadres, bureaucracy and political power in Communist China. New York: Columbia University Press.

Barnett, R. (2006). Lhasa, streets with memories. New York: Columbia University Press.

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Barnhart, R., Yang Xin, Nie Chongzheng, Cahill, J., Lang Shaojun, & Wu Hung. (1997). Three thousand years of Chinese painting. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Barnhart, R., Yang, X., Nie, C., Cahill, H., Lang, S., & Hung, W. (1997). Three thousand years of Chinese painting. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

Barnouin, B., & Yu Changgen. (2006). Zhou Enlai: A political life. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Barnouin, B., & Yu Changgen.(1993). Ten years of turbulence: The Chinese Cultural Revolution. London: Kegan Paul.

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Barr, A. (1984, December). The textual transmission of Liaozhai zhiyi. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (4)2, 515–562.

Barr, A. (1989, December). Disarming intruders: Alien women in Liaozhai zhiyi. Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies (49)2, 501–517.

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