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China's Crisis, China's Hope by Binyan Liu
China's Early Industrialization: Sheng Hsuan-Huai (1844-1916) and Mandarin Enterprise by Albert Feuerwerker1
Japanese Colonial Education in Taiwan, 1895-1945 by E. Patricia Tsurumi
One Step Ahead in China: Guangdong under Reform by Ezra F. Vogel
Shanghai Modern: The Flowering of a New Urban Culture in China, 1930-1945 (Interpretations of Asia) by Leo Ou-fan Lee
Intellectual trends in the Ching Period 清代学术概论 by Qichao Liang2
Reform in Sung China: Wang An-Shih (1021-1086) and His New Policies by James T. C. Liu3
Studies on the Population of China, 1368-1953 by Ping-ti Ho4
China's Entrance Into the Family of Nations: The Diplomatic Phase 1858-1880 by Immanuel C. Y. Hsü5
The May Fourth Movement: Intellectual Revolution in Modern China by Tse-Tsung Chow6
Anglo-American steamship rivalry in China, 1862-1874 by Kwang-Ching Liu8
Local Government in China Under the Ch'ing by T'ung-tsu Ch'u9
Communist China, 1955-1959: Policy documents with analysis10
China and Christianity: The Missionary Movement and the Growth of Chinese Antiforeignism, 1860-1870 by Paula Cohen11
China and the Helping Hand: 1937-1945 by Arthur N. Young12
The United States and the Far Eastern Crisis of 1933-1938: From the Manchurian Incident Through the Initial Stage of the Undeclared Sino-Japanese War by Dorothy Borg14
China and the West, 1858-1861: The Origins of the Tsungli Yamen by Masataka Banno15
In Search of Wealth and Power: Yen Fu and the West by Benjamin I. Schwartz16
The Origins of Entrepreneurship in Meiji Japan by Johannes Hirschmeier17
Commissioner Lin and the Opium War by Hsin-pao Chang18
Money and Monetary Policy in China, 1845-1895 by Frank H. H. King19
China's Wartime Finance and Inflation, 1937-1945 by Arthur N. Young20
Foreign Investment and Economic Development in China 1840-1937 by Chi-ming Hou21
After Imperialism: The Search for a New Order in the Far East, 1921-1931 by Akira Iriye22
Foundations of Constitutional Government in Modern Japan, 1868-1900 by George Akita23
Political Thought in Early Meiji Japan, 1868-1889 by Joseph Pittau24
China's Struggle for Naval Development 1839-1895 by John L. Rawlinson25
Li Ta-Chao and the Origins of Chinese Marxism by Maurice Meisner27
Pa Chin and His Writings Chinese Youth Between the Two Revolutions by Olga Lang28
Literary Dissent in Communist China by Merle R. Goldman29
Hara Kei in the Politics of Compromise, 1905–1915 by Tetsuo Najita31
The Chinese World Order: Traditional China's Foreign Relations by John King Fairbank32
The Buddhist Revival in China by Holmes Welch33
Traditional Medicine in Modern China: Science, Nationalism and the Tensions of Cultural Change by Ralph C. Croizier34
Party Rivalry and Political Change in Taisho Japan by Peter Duus35
The Rhetoric of Empire : American China Policy, 1895-1901 by Marilyn B. Young36
Radical Nationalist in Japan: Kita Ikki, 1883-1937 by George M. Wilson37
While China Faced West: American Reformers in Nationalist China, 1928-1937 by James C. Thomson38
Asian Ideas of East and West: Tagore and His Critics in Japan, China, and India by Stephen Hay40
Canton Under Communism: Programs and Politics in a Provincial Capital, 1949-1968 by Ezra F. Vogel41
Ting Wen-chiang: Science and China's New Culture by Charlotte Furth42
Manchurian Frontier in Ch'ing History by Robert H.G. Lee43
The Comprador in Nineteenth Century China: Bridge between East and West by Yen-ping Hao45
Hu Shih and the Chinese Renaissance by Jerome B. Grieder46
The Chinese Peasant Economy: Agricultural Development in Hopei and Shantung, 1890-1949 by Ramon Hawley Myers47
Japanese Tradition and Western Law: Emperor, State, and Law in the Thought of Hozumi Yatsuka by Richard H. Minear48
Rebellion and its Enemies in Late Imperial China : Militarization and Social Structure, 1796-1864 by Philip A. Kuhn49
Chinese Elites and Political Change by R. Keith Schoppa96

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