2 edition of external information and cultural relations programs of the People"s Republic of China. found in the catalog.
external information and cultural relations programs of the People"s Republic of China.
United States. Information Agency. Research Service.
1973 by Research Service, Office of Research & Assessment, U.S. Information Agency in [Washington] .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||DS777.57 .U54 1973|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 339 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||339|
|LC Control Number||76601776|
Mao saw the play as attacking him and supporting Peng Dehuai, the defense minister, who was dismissed for pointing out the failures of the Great Leap Forward. The military joined the conflict, adding to the factional violence and killing of civilians. Although the Cultural Revolution lasted a decade, much of the most extreme violence occurred in the first few years. Finally, researchers should consult information easily found on the web in order to stay up-to-date on archival developments in China. On January 1,the two counties officially established diplomatic relations at the ambassadorial level. Embassy in Beijing and the Department of State encourage organizations that have not previously received international program funding from the U.
But there were precursors in the months and years before that. Nevertheless, researchers must be conscious of the levels of accessibility which foreign diplomats had to the Chinese state as well as Chinese society, and the biases, stereotypes, and preconceived opinions—positive and negative—which foreigners brought forth in their writings about China. China is willing to work with the U. While these seemingly unscripted encounters are rich sources, they are not the Nixon tapes. While these rules, as well as the Archives Law and Implementation Measures, do not guarantee access to historically valuable materials, the legal framework is such that foreign and domestic researchers can expect at least modest levels of access to archives in China. Areas of Possible Programming Exhibitions of U.
Nevertheless, scholars need to tread these sources carefully. Education and public transportation came to a nearly complete halt. The goal of these grants is to allow Chinese audiences to better understand the United Statesits culture, society, government, language, law, economic system, and values. Sub-national exchanges and cooperation have served as an important foundation and driving force in the development of China-U.
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That China allowed its own citizens to visit the United States attracted particular attention. In recent years, the two militaries continue to have high-level exchanges external information and cultural relations programs of the Peoples Republic of China.
book institutionalized dialogues, and have worked together in military archives, humanitarian disaster relief and other areas. As the biggest developing country and the biggest developed country, China and the U. Jiang also laid heavy emphasis on scientific and technological advancement in areas such as space exploration.
For technical questions regarding this item, or to correct its authors, title, abstract, bibliographic or download information, contact: Tai Tone Lim. Bruce as the first chief of the U. Many of these catalogs can even be accessed offsite through the website of an archive. The result, instead, was a massive decline in agricultural output, which, together with poor harvests, led to famine and the deaths of millions.
The two sides also launched a series of initiatives in the fields of education, science and technology, culture, sports, women and youth.
Furthermore, China became an advocate of arms control and assumed a more-constructive, less-combative stance in many international organizations. The continued economic growth of the country as well as its sporting power status gained China the right to host the Summer Olympics.
Instead of high-level records of conversations between Chinese and foreign leaders or formerly secret embassy communications, the bulk of the documents available in were congratulatory telegrams commemorating holidays, birthdays, and anniversaries. Many Party and government records from the s through at least the s were composed so as to accomplish three things: provide a summary of work completed to date, list the achievements as well as the shortcomings of that work, and, finally, offer proposals and instructions for work to be carried out in the near future.
When did it take place? While I stated above that knowing your danwei is essential for finding relevant documentation via the paper catalogs at a Chinese archive, the ability to search catalogs electronically by keyword may seem to obviate this need.
Here is an overview of those tumultuous years: What was the Cultural Revolution? Besides utilizing unconventional historical sources and documents from foreign archives, the best solution to the many challenges described above is to simply cast a wide net, barring an even more draconian downturn in the ability to access archives nationwide.
Power passed to the third generation of leadership led by Jiang Zeminwho was hailed as its "core". The visit was a positive step in the development of China-U. While hard-liners used these developments to warn about the dangers of reform, Deng Xiaoping and Jiang Zemin were able to minimize such backsliding and move China closer to becoming a major world power.
In gradual steps to consolidate his power, Hu Jintao removed Shanghai Party Chief Chen Liangyu and other potential political opponents amidst the fight against corruption, and the ongoing struggle against once powerful Shanghai clique.
Corruption alone is estimated to amount to the equivalent of anywhere from 10 to 20 percent of China's GDP. SinceChinese investment in the U. Since then, there has been a widespread crackdown on civil society and freedom of information in China.
How can scholars mitigate the bureaucratic constraints on research, while identifying and exploiting archival opportunities? In the past three-plus years, the two presidents have had 12 face-to-face meetings during bilateral visits and on multilateral occasions.
The U. The mil-to-mil relations still faces some difficulties and obstacles, the major ones being U. This allows to link your profile to this item. It is a critical pillar for China-U.
The culture at every archive in China is different, and researchers should not expect that every single archive will permit them to do research.
Mao argued that as far as all-out nuclear war was concerned, the human race would not be destroyed, and instead a brave new communist world would arise from the ashes of imperialism.Deadline: 28 February The Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the U.S.
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