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The Royal Asiatic Society Journal (China) 2018 is now Available to View online…

Posted: February 14th, 2019 | 1 Comment »

The Royal Asiatic Society Journal (China), edited by Julie Chun, is now available to view online. Officially that’s Vol.78, Issue 1, 2018…

Past issues are also available….

So, i hear you ask, what does the issue contain?

Well, the following:

Peter Hibbard on the history of the North China Branch of the RAS;

David Bridgman on Eliza Bridgman and the ‘awakening’ of women;

Andrew Field on an Irish Policeman in Shanghai;

Christian Mueller on the ILO and Republican China;

Lukas Gajdos on a Czechoslovak Founding Father in Harbin;

Evan Taylor on INDUSCO during WW2;

John Van Fleet on enduring myths in China and Japan;

Jimmy Nuo Zhang on Ming and Qing Dragon Marble Reliefs;

Parul Rewal on Hong Hong hawker culture

Edith Yazmin Montes Incin on Mexican Foreign Policy and the PRC;

The Young Scholar Essay – Athena Ru on China’s Script Revolution;

& reviews of Lynn Pan’s When True Love Came to China and Luise Guest’s Half the Sky;

And, I have to give a quick plug as it’s my blog – there’s a piece by me on Beijing’s ‘most foreign hutong’, Kuei Chia Chang and the foreigners who inhabited it in 1922…

Amou Factory Alley/Kuei Chia/Kuijiachang Hutong today….

And it’s all here to read and download – http://www.royalasiaticsociety.org.cn/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/RAS.Journal2018.pdf

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One Comment on “The Royal Asiatic Society Journal (China) 2018 is now Available to View online…”

  1. 1 Lukas Gajdos said at 9:59 pm on February 14th, 2019:

    Please correct “Czech Founding Father” to “Czechoslovak Founding Father” – he was ethnically Slovak and co-founded Czechoslovakia, not the Czech Republic (as the article clearly states – even in its headline…).

    It should also be noted that he mostly visited Harbin, which the article covers at some length (his health issues prevented him from doing anything substantial in Shanghai).

    To finish on a positive note – a lecture on his visit should take place in Shanghai in not so distant future – keep an eye on the RAS SH website!

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