East Asia, the Modern Transformation
Historical analysis of the effect of borrowing Western techniques, institutions and ideas, upon the economic and social structure of China, Japan and other cultures of East Asia.
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The Coming of the Europeans
Invasion and Rebellion in China
Traditional China on the Eve of Change Chinas Premodern
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