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The Chinese Way: China's Position in International Relations (review)

The Chinese Way: China's Position in International Relations (review) Reviews 263 giving to the practitioner easy ways to consult the oracle and to interpret its words, and offering to the Western specialist in Yijing studies some new and lesser-known elements "avec l'espoir de susciter des discussions et des réflexions qui permettent d'approfondir la connaissance du Yi Kingdom l'apport se révèle de plus en plus intéressant maintenant que la planète est devenue un village" (in the hope of arousing discussions and reflections that allow deepening of knowledge about the Yijing, whose contribution is proving to be more and more of interest now that the planet has become a village). The book goes a long way to- ward meeting Wang's ambitions. Part of the global village still reads only English, however, and the planet would benefit if this excellent book were issued in an English translation. Kenneth Goodall An independent writer and editor with a special interest in the Yijing and early China, Kenneth Goodall is also contributing editor 0/TECHNOS: Quarterly for Education and Technology. Wang Gungwu. The Chinese Way: China's Position in International Relations. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, 1995. 89 pp. Paperback, isbn 82-00-22694-8. This is a small book on a very large subject. The Chinese Way comprises http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png China Review International University of Hawai'I Press

The Chinese Way: China's Position in International Relations (review)

China Review International , Volume 5 (1) – Mar 30, 1998

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Reviews 263 giving to the practitioner easy ways to consult the oracle and to interpret its words, and offering to the Western specialist in Yijing studies some new and lesser-known elements "avec l'espoir de susciter des discussions et des réflexions qui permettent d'approfondir la connaissance du Yi Kingdom l'apport se révèle de plus en plus intéressant maintenant que la planète est devenue un village" (in the hope of arousing discussions and reflections that allow deepening of knowledge about the Yijing, whose contribution is proving to be more and more of interest now that the planet has become a village). The book goes a long way to- ward meeting Wang's ambitions. Part of the global village still reads only English, however, and the planet would benefit if this excellent book were issued in an English translation. Kenneth Goodall An independent writer and editor with a special interest in the Yijing and early China, Kenneth Goodall is also contributing editor 0/TECHNOS: Quarterly for Education and Technology. Wang Gungwu. The Chinese Way: China's Position in International Relations. Oslo: Scandinavian University Press, 1995. 89 pp. Paperback, isbn 82-00-22694-8. This is a small book on a very large subject. The Chinese Way comprises

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Published: Mar 30, 1998

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