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Pathways to China

Pathways to China

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sm banner Module Resources
A Day in theLifePoliticalMindMade InChinaPoints of ContentionKuazai
Past, Present &Future:Three Cities
Hopefully the following links will be useful. At the least, they may serve as pathways to additionalresources. Note: these are not necessarily exemplary resources...so it's a good idea to bemindful of accuracy, point of view, authenticity, etc., when reviewing them. You will also findadditional resources in the
Pathways to China Resources
A Day in the Life...
Three minutes in Shanghai
Brief podcast commentaries on daily life by an American expatriot living in Shanghai
Commentary on contemporary youth issues in China
International Bulletin of Youth Research report on The 7th International Conference on AsianYouth Issues, December 5-9, 2005
Daily Life in Ancient China Yin Yu Tang: A Chinese HomeOnine exhibit at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MAResources on Gender and SexualityCenter for Research on Eduation in ChinaAngel Island: Immigrant Journeys of Chinese AmericansDemographic Databases: ChinaEconomic Implications of China's Demographics in the 21st Century
Statistics databases and analysis from the University of Connecticut
China in the 21st Century
A series of reports on NPR
China in the 20th Century
Describes daily village life
Chinese manners in daily life
Virtual China
Includes information & annotated pictures of major cities, regions
China's Ethnic Minorities
An exhaustive guide with geographic, cultural, demographic information, photos of each
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China West Exchange
"A place for Westerners to meet and learn about Chinese and for Chinese to meet and learnabout Westerners"—includes interactive onlne language & calligraphy lessons, cross-culturaldiscussion boards
Population, health and human wellbeing dataPhotos of Rural Life in ChinaAnother photo site...Fifty Years Inside the People's Republic: A Photo EssayRural-Urban Migration Issues in ChinaDocumenting China: Contemporary Life and Social Change (a photo exhibit)Rural Life in China (Wikipedia)Cultural iIndex of Chinese Traditions
Try seaching on "Chinese youth" in
Google Scholar 
. There are a number of articles aboutrelationships between adolescents and adults, gender, education, attitudes, responses toone-child policy, etc.
Political Mind...
Chinese Human Rights Web
Devoted to informed discussion of both historical and contemporary human rights issues,particuarly as they pertain to China. Includes texts, topics, news sources, documents, and activistconnections and course syllabi.
Human Rights in China
History of China Timeline
Chronological set of articles summarizing history of China from ancient times to present
Chinese Posters from 1949-present
Chinese propaganda posters
(From Philosophy, Theology and Religion site maintained by St. Martins College, UK)History of the religion, relationship to historical political and social evolution in China.
Confucianism and DemocracyConfucianism and ConfuciusThe Useless Tree
An interesting blog about “ancient Chinese thought in modern American life.”This page has an article about Confucianism and Chinese politics.
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Free China Movement web siteStudying the Science of Dissent in China
(Times of Tibet)
Asia-America Initiative
A nonprofit organization concerned with promoting “democratic ideals” in the Asia-Pacific.Article on this page : Can growing dissent transform China?
Dissent Grows Beyond Government Control in China
An NPR report by Daniel Schorr (audio and transcript)
The Great Firewall of China: Internet companies censor material at Chinese government’srequest
From Democracy Now (can listen to audio, download mp3 of report or read transcript)
 You've Got Dissent! Chinese Dissident Use of the Internet and Beijing's Counter-StrategiesChina Support Network (supporting Chinese Democracy since 1989)The Three Gorges Dam in China: Forced Resettlement, Suppression of Dissent and Labor Rights Concerns
(A publication of Human Rights Watch)
Tiananmen Square 1989: Declassified History
(at GW University)National Security Archive Electronic Briefing Book No. 16
Chinese Dissidents and Democracy Movement
Links to resources
Chinese Dissident Xu Wenli
(A show on The Connection, NPR)
Distinguished Chinese Political Activists Discuss Constitutionalism & Political Reform
(UCLA International Institute)
A Concise Political History of ChinaSearching for China: A WebQuest on U.S. China PolicyNPR: China in the 21st Century
A series of programs and reports. Page includes links to previous China series.
Transnational China Project
(Rice University)A series of interresting articles on contemporary Chinese society, culture and politics in relation tothe West.
Examining media bias:
A Chinese journalist reflects on Western coverage
Attacks on the Press, 2003
Documented cases in Asia from the CPJ (Committee to Protect Journalists)
Made in China...
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