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China. Eine Weltmacht kehrt zurück (2002)

by Konrad Seitz

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A well written German introduction to modern China by a former German ambassador to China and longserving ghostwriter to a famous German foreign minister. The book is divided into five parts. The first part recounts the development of China until the 18th century. The second part narrates the humiliating experience of colonialism. Part three explore China under Mao, part four under Deng and part five (the weakest part) recalls recent developments up to 2003.

Although the work is focussed on political and economic aspects, it offers a good introduction to Chinese civilization. ( )
  jcbrunner | Jan 17, 2007 |
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