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This is a collection of over 560 important and frequently-used Chinese political terms and phrases that appeared between 1949 and 1990. Each entry contains an explanation of the term and its origin, a description of how and under what circumstances the term was used, and a discussion of the changes of meaning over the years, as well as the political and social significance of the words.
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Kwok-sing Li is a renowned columnist, editor, and analyst in Hong Kong. He has been writing reports on China for more than twenty years. His articles appear in major Hong Kong newspapers and journals. He is the author of Supreme Leadership in the PRC, The Party, Government, and Military Organizations of the PRC, China's Principal Problems, and The Scar of China.Mary Lok currently resides in Brazil. She became interested in Chinese politics and began to translate articles from Chinese newspapers and journals while she was living in China.Language Notes:
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Book Description The Chinese University Press, 1995. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P119622016154