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China's First Unifier : A Study of the Ch'in Dynasty as Seen in the Life of Li Ssu, 280?-208 B.C. by Derk Bodde3
The Buddhist Conquest of China : The Spread and Adaptation of Buddhism in Early Medieval China by E. Zürcher11
Chinese Vernacular Fiction : The Formative Period by W.L. Idema13
Remnants of Ch'in Law: An Annotated Translation of the Ch'in Legal and Administrative Rules of the 3rd Century B.C. Discovered in Yün-meng Prefecture, Hu-pei Province, in 1975 by A. F. P. Hulsewe17
Salt Production Techniques in Ancient China : the Aobo tu by Yoshida Tora27
Conflict and Accommodation in Early Modern East Asia: Essays in Honour of Erik Zurcher by Leonard Blusse29
Men and Women in Qing China: Gender in the Red Chamber Dream by Louise P. Edwards31
Clause Combination in Chinese by Halvor Eifring32
Time and Space in Chinese Culture by Chun-chieh Huang33
Chinese Outcasts: Discrimination and Emancipation in Late Imperial China by Anders Hansson37
The Chinese Sky During the Han: Constellating Stars and Society by Jacob Kistemaker38
Writing Against the State: Political Rhetorics in Third and Fourth Century China by Dominik Declercq39
Euclid in China : The Genesis of the First Chinese Translation of Euclid's Elements Books I-VI (Jihe yuanben; Beijing, 1607) and its Reception up to 1723 by Peter M. Engelfriet40
Chinese Popular Culture and Ming Chantefables by Anne E. McLaren41
Methods of the Way: Early Chinese Ethical Thought by Rune Svarverud42
The Ritual and Mythology of the Chinese Triads: Creating an Identity by Barend J. ter Haar43
Chinese Women in the Imperial Past: New Perspectives by Harriet T. Zurndorfer44
Chinese Thought in a Global Context: A Dialogue Between Chinese and Western Philosophical Approaches by Karl-Heinz Pohl45
Warfare in Chinese History by Hans J. van de Ven47
The Emporium of the World: Maritime Quanzhou, 1000-1400 by Angela Schottenhammer49
New Terms for New Ideas: Western Knowledge and Lexical Change in Late Imperial China by Michael Lackner52
Chinese Ethics in a Global Context: Moral Bases of Contemporary Societies by Karl-Heinz Pohl56
Sexual Life in Ancient China: A Preliminary Survey of Chinese Sex and Society from ca. 1500 B.C. Till 1644 A.D. by Robert Hans van Gulik57
The Archives of the Kong Koan of Batavia by Léonard Blussé59
The Age of Eternal Brilliance: Three Lyric Poets of the Yung-ming Era (483-493) by Richard B. Mather61
Erotic Colour Prints of the Ming Period, with an Essay on Chinese Sex Life from the Han to the Ch'ing Dynasty, B.C. 206- A.D. 1644 by Robert Hans van Gulik62
Love and Emotions in Traditional Chinese Literature by Halvor Eifring63
Collecting The Self: Body And Identity In Strange Tale Collections Of Late Imperial China by Sing-Chen Lydia Chiang67
The Poetry of He Zhu (1052-1125): Genres, Contexts, and Creativity by Sargent74
Painting Faith: Li Gonglin and Northern Song Buddhist Culture by Pan77
International Law As World Order in Late Imperial China: Translation, Reception and Discourse, 1847-1911 by Rune Svarverud78
Graphics and text in the production of technical knowledge in China : the warp and the weft by Francesca Bray79
Life in a Kam Village in Southwest China, 1930-1949 by Ou Chaoquan80
Chen Jiru (1558-1639): The Development and Subsequent Uses of Literary Personae by Jamie Greenbaum81
The Politics of Language in Chinese Education, 1895-1919 by Elisabeth Kaske82
Kingship in Early Medieval China by Andrew Eisenberg83
Sizhu Instrumental Music of South China : Ethos, Theory and Practice by Alan R. Thrasher84
Chinese Poetry in Times of Mind, Mayhem and Money by Maghiel van Crevel86
The Great Recreation: Ho Ching-Ming (1483-1521) and His World by Daniel Bryant89
Performing "Nation": Gender Politics in Literature, Theater, and the Visual Arts of China and Japan, 1880-1940 by Doris Croissant91
Text, Performance and Gender in Chinese Literature and Music: Essays in Honor of Wilt Idema by Wilt Idema92
From Woodblocks to the Internet: Chinese Publishing and Print Culture in Transition, Circa 1800 to 2008 by Cynthia Brokaw97
Knowledge and Text Production in an Age of Print: China, 900-1400 by Lucille Chia100
Cultures of Knowledge: Technology in Chinese History by Dagmar Schafer103
History of the Opium Problem: The Assault on the East, ca. 1600-1950 by Hans Derks105

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