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Huanglong (Yellow Dragon) in northwestern Sichuan province is an old multi ethnic pilgrimage site that has become a UNESCO World Nature Heritage Reserve and a major national tourist attraction since the 1990s. This article focuses on the controversy over the identity and restoration of two major...
This case study of the cooperative movement in Dongfengren village, Xiyang county, Shanxi province, during 1944 shows that interactions between the state's voluntarist and idealistic policies and peasants' resistance grounded in their traditional values and practices produced the hybrid...
Drawing on school archives and other primary sources, this article looks at a category of art schools in early twentieth-century Shanghai that has long been ignored in modern Chinese art history studies, namely the early private tutorial art schools. It focuses on the early history of the...
This article investigates how the intersection of two state policies, the market reforms initiated in 1978 and the “one-child” policy launched in 1979, is shaping gender, family, and kin relations in rural North China. It focuses particularly on women's ties with their natal families after...
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