With more than 400 entries, an introduction, appendices, and bibliography, the new volume by Scarecrow Press will be useful indeed.
"When the Iron Bird Flies" took Li one and a half years to write.
Ye is a scholar after the CCP’s own heart, offering implicit justifications for the Party’s rule and conflating the interests of the Chinese regime with that of the [...]
Pamela Kyle Crossley has written a rich and pungent potpourri of a book about the last two centuries in China.
The book “Participation Required” is a chronicle of not merely what changes the Chinese Communist Party brought, but how it enacted them, with what success, in the face of [...]
Troy Parfitt’s book is long and ponderous and makes some questionable assertions, but correctly states that a change in China’s political institutions will be necessary [...]
The work is about eight supposed Megatrends (a buzzword previously coined by John Naisbitt) that constitute the "pillars of a new society" that China and the Chinese Communist [...]
A new book details what is known about the atrocity of forced, live organ harvesting in China.
James Tong's study of the persecution of Falun Gong, “Revenge of the Forbidden City,” is not for the fainthearted.
Anyone who cares to know the answer to the question “What was Shanghai” will end up coming across Leo Ou-fan Lee’s Shanghai Modern.