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         Chinese History:     more books (100)
  1. A Short History of Chinese Philosophy by Yu-lan Fung, 1997-03-01
  2. The Chinese in America: A Narrative History by Iris Chang, 2004-03-30
  3. Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island, 1910-1940 by Him Mark Lai, Genny Lim, et all 1999-06
  4. Chinese Architecture: A Pictorial History (Dover Books on Architecture) by Liang Ssu-ch'eng, 2005-03-24
  5. A Brief History of Chinese and Japanese Civilizations by Conrad Schirokauer, Miranda Brown, et all 2006-12-18
  6. Buddhism in Chinese History by Arthur Wright, 1959-06-01
  7. A History of Chinese Civilization by Jacques Gernet, 1996-05-31
  8. Unbound Feet: A Social History of Chinese Women in San Francisco by Judy Yung, 1995-11-15
  9. The Early Chinese Empires: Qin and Han (History of Imperial China) by Mark Edward Lewis, 2007-04-20
  10. Speaking of Chinese: A Cultural History of the Chinese Language by Raymond Chang, Margaret Scrogin Chang, et all 2001-12-15
  11. The Columbia History of Chinese Literature
  12. A Short History Of The Chinese People by L. Carrington Goodrich, 2008-11-04
  13. Sources in Chinese History: Diverse Perspectives from 1644 to the Present by David Atwill, Yurong Atwill, 2009-03-06
  14. Modern Chinese History Essentials by Dr. Edwin Pak-wah Leung Ph.D., 2005-08-02

1. UCSD Modern Chinese History Site
Condensed China is an introduction to chinese history. It exists to inform, enlighten, and attract netizens interested
Welcome to the Chinese History Research Site at UCSD
The reviews and essays section provides book reviews and critical essays on fifty classics in the historiography of modern China.
The sources section is a guide to English and Chinese materials relating to historical research on modern China.
The archives section provides information on Chinese local archives and also serves as a site for researchers to exchange information.
The bibliography section contains a list of English-language works on Qing, Republican, and PRC history. It was last updated July, 2001.
The links section contains a list of China-related web sites and provides quick access to the on-line catalogues of East Asian libraries throughout the world.
The current research section will, when complete, provide registered users with up-to-date information on who is doing what research.
About UCSD
is an introduction to the Modern Chinese History program at UCSD. It includes profiles of East Asian faculty as well as application contacts. This site is maintained by graduate students in the Modern Chinese History program at UCSD. Comments or questions should be directed to

2. Fairbank Chinese History Library: Rob Gray
Get access to sources on China beginning from the Qing Dynasty to the People's Republic of China. Includes pictures of Chinese leaders.
From the CND Virtual Bookshelf Title Category China : A New History (by John King Fairbank History
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- A Modern Chinese History Virtual Library - Virtual Librarian: Robert Gray
The Fairbank Chinese History Virtual Library was founded to facilitate easy access to sources of
modern Chinese historical information on the internet. This project is dedicated to the memory of Harvard Sinologist John King Fairbank (1907-1991). Many thanks to Wilma Fairbank who gave her consent for this project to bear her husband's name. We are grateful to China News Digest for providing technical support
and allowing the Fairbank Library to exist on the CND server.
The Fairbank Library Collection
People's Republic of China (1949-present)

Republican Era (1912-1949)

Qing Dynasty (1644-1911)
Virtual librarian Robert Gray welcomes contributions to this library from people anywhere in the
Please send contributions and comments to

3. Electronic Passport To Chinese History
Dynastys ruled China for most of the last 4 000 years learn about China's dynastys in the Electronic Passport at
HOME TIME AND SPACE PREHISTORY MESOPOTAMIA ... The Boxer Rebellion Dynasty From at least 1766 BC to this century, China was ruled by dynasties. A dynasty is a ruling family that passes control from one generation to the next. One dynasty lasted more than 800 years, while another lasted only fifteen years. The Chinese people supported their rulers because of what they called the Mandate of Heaven. The ancient Chinese believed their ancestors in heaven had chosen their leaders. The people would rebel against a weak leader because they believed he had lost the Mandate of Heaven. The Shang was the first dynasty to leave written records. The Shang rulers expanded the borders of their kingdom to include all of the land between Mongolia and the Pacific Ocean. The Shang practiced human sacrifice. If a king died, many of his slaves would join him in the grave. Some were beheaded first, others were buried alive. The Shang also developed a lunar calendar consisting of twelve months of 30 days each. When a Shang king died, his next oldest brother replaced him. When there were no brothers, the oldest maternal nephew became king. The Chou were nomads who lived west of the Shang. They overthrew the Shang and ruled China from 1122

4. Chinese History, Culture, Foreign Invasion
A proChinese summary of the country's cultural history.
Home Agriculture Art Business ... Travel Chinese People Summary Summary Fact Sheet Graphics Chinese People Chinese people is peaceful, hardworking and easily contented. They respect elders, love children and are patient with their fellows. Chinese in general are reserve and humble. They believe in harmony and never look for confrontation. History has told that Chinese is non-invasive. During the period of British and the west expanding their powers to Asia, North America, Australia and New Zealand, China became the target of the G8 invasion. Chinese are very proud of their civilized society since the early day. They are open and pragmatic towards differences in religions and culture. Foreigners are welcome and being treated more fairly. China have been very receptive to Jews in the early days in Kaifung city and later in Shanghai when they were rejected by other countries during the World War II. . China has long history or even a painful past. The fact is that China today is still very poor and most of the Chinese are still living in poverty. It is time for Chinese to work together that China will progress with other nations and their people can live happily and peacefully from hereafter. Tea culture is very Chinese. Yet Chinese enjoy drinking coffee too. There is no point to compare which one is better. Both are good as long as you enjoy it. Both are bad if you hate it.

5. Chinese History, Map And Chronology
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Chinese History
Chinese history, timelines, maps, and Chronology of dynasties and emperors

6. Chinese History - Academic Info
An annotated directory of Internet resources on chinese history Academic Info. chinese history. China Studies History Subjects, Eras Studies. - History Gateway Chinese
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7. Condensed China: Chinese History For Beginners
Brief introduction to highlights in chinese history from the origins of civilization to the present day.Category Kids and Teens School Time By Region Asia China......Condensed China chinese history for Beginners. chinese history for Beginners.Condensed China is an introduction to chinese history.
Chinese History for Beginners
Condensed China is an introduction to Chinese history. It exists to inform, enlighten, and attract netizens interested in China. It is not a complete history of China; I deliberately skipped over and left out a lot of information. This is more like ''Chinese History: the Cliff Notes version" or "Chinese History's Greatest Hits" than a full-fledged history. If I left out something you feel is important, please email me and I will put it in the next time I revise the text.
Table of Contents
The Origins of Chinese Civilization: c. 2200 - 221 BC
Xia: c. 2200 - c. 1750 BC Shang: c. 1750 - c. 1040 BC Western Zhou: c. 1100 - 771 BC ...
Bibliography Condensed China has become substantially more popular than I had dared hope when I first put this up; I'm averaging more than 6,000 hits a month, no doubt due to being linked from the Washington Post Popular Science , and GameSpot , as well as from all the major online libraries of Chinese and Asian links. It was also selected as Hong Kong Supernet's first ever "Super exSITEment" user site of the month.

8. History Of Mathematics: China
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Mathematics in China
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A brief outline of the history of Chinese mathematics
Primary sources are Mikami's The Development of Mathematics in China and Japan and Li Yan and Du Shiran's Chinese Mathematics, a Concise History . See the bibliography below.
  • Numerical notation, arithmetical computations, counting rods
    • Traditional decimal notation one symbol for each of 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 100, 1000, and 10000. Ex. 2034 would be written with symbols for 2,1000,3,10,4, meaning 2 times 1000 plus 3 times 10 plus 4. Goes back to origins of Chinese writing.
    • Calculations performed using small bamboo counting rods. The positions of the rods gave a decimal place-value system, also written for long-term records. digit was a space. Arranged left to right like Arabic numerals. Back to 400 B.C.E. or earlier.
    • Addition: the counting rods for the two numbers placed down, one number above the other. The digits added (merged) left to right with carries where needed. Subtraction similar.
  • 9. Bibliography
    Modern chinese history A Basic Bibliography. This bibliography is meantto provide a quick reference for scholars and students working
    Modern Chinese History: A Basic Bibliography
    This bibliography is meant to provide a quick reference for scholars and students working in the field of modern Chinese history. While by no means exhaustive, it represents what we feel are some of the best works in the field for each particular subject. It was most recently updated in July, 2001. Comments, suggestions, and additions to the bibliography are welcome
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    The Qing
    People's Republic of China (1949-present)

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    This information system is an official Asian Studies WWW Virtual Library Associate site.
    A Pinyin version of this website has been established at the East Asian Studies Department , Princeton University since November 1, 2002. This new site will be updated and eventually will be linked to another specialized site in the East Asian Studies Department on sources for Ming-Qing history prepared by Professor Susan Naquin. The site at UCLA will eventually be discontinued.
    HTML formatting initially was provided by Professor Steve Angle , Wesleyan University.

    11. History Timeline
    An indepth history of China, organized according to time periods.Category Kids and Teens School Time History Timelines...... However, not every dynasty will have a link. For those who has can read Chinese,I highly recommend Seke Wei's excellent Era and Timeline of chinese history.
    History Timeline
    NOTE : Clicking on the Chinese characters for each of the dynasty will bring up a list of the emperors (in Chinese) for each of the respective dynasty. However, not every dynasty will have a link. For those who has can read Chinese, I highly recommend Seke Wei's excellent Era and Timeline of Chinese History Dates Dynasty ca. 2000-1500 B.C. Xia 1700-1027 B.C. Shang 1027-771 B.C. Western Zhou 770-221 B.C. Eastern Zhou 770-476 B.C. Spring and Autumn period 475-221 B.C. Warring States period 221-207 B.C. Qin 206 B.C.-A.D. 9 Western Han A.D. 9-24 Xin (Wang Mang interregnum) A.D. 25-220 Eastern Han A.D. 220-280 Three Kingdoms 220-265 Wei 221-263 Shu 229-280 Wu A.D. 265-316 Western Jin A.D. 317-420 Eastern Jin A.D. 420-588 Southern and Northern Dynasties Southern Dynasties 420-478 Song 479-501 Qi 502-556 Liang 557-588 Chen Northern Dynasties 386-533 Northern Wei 534-549 Eastern Wei 535-557 Western Wei 550-577 Northern Qi 557-588 Northern Zhou A.D. 581-617 Sui A.D. 618-907 Tang A.D. 907-960 Five Dynasties 907-923 Later Liang 923-936 Later Tang 936-946 Later Jin 947-950 Later Han 951-960 Later Zhou A.D. 907-979

    12. ÖйúÀúÊ·²©Îï¹Ý-The National Museum Of Chinese History
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    13. The National Museum Of Chinese History
    of He Chuangshi fund for Calligraphy by modern Chinese personage, including by scholarsand social activitists in social science, history, philosophy, religion
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    • Fine Arts of Inner Mongolian Heritage
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    This exhibition is co-sponsored by NMCH and the Cultural Department of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, providing an elite collection from the art works of the Inner Mongolia, including more than 200 art works and 18 other items, like the copies of the original wall paintings, rubbings of the Cathay Characters, this is the first time concentrated on the most celebrated findings of Liao dynasty from the Inner Mongolia area since 1949, especially the findings from the tomb of Princess of Chen, the tomb of YelvYu and excavation of Buddha pagoda of Qingzhou. More>> Virtual Museum
    There are 179 exhibits, all from collection of He Chuangshi fund for Calligraphy by modern Chinese personage, including works by Yang Shoujing, Wu Changshuo, Kang Youwei, Huang Binhong, Qi Baishi,¡­¡­ etc. about 25 people. Except for that, there are still more than 160 works by scholars and social activitists in social science, history, philosophy, religion and education with world fame.

    14. Chinese History In The U.S.A.
    Summary of the events of the last 150 years, including the prominent work of the Chinese in fishing, Category Regional North America Society and Culture History......chinese history in the USA. CONTENTS. A Short History of the Chinesein San Diego, California. by Murray Lee. It is not known, who was
    Chinese History in the U.S.A.
    San Diego Angel Island The Ah Quin Story
    A Short History of the Chinese in San Diego, California
    by Murray Lee
    It is not known, who was the first Chinese to set foot in San Diego, but more than likely he was a fisherman. In the early 1850s, many Chinese came to California or "Gold Mountain", as they called it, in search of gold. Later they came as contract laborers to work on the railroads and other construction projects. As gold mining was made increasingly difficult for them and construction projects were completed, they soon began to seek other means of livelihood. Many of the Chinese went into the fishing industry, an activity that was familiar to many of them back in their homes in the Pearl River Delta area of Guangdong Province. From San Francisco and Monterey Bays they eventually went south to San Diego, where they established a base to fish the waters all the way to Cabo San Lucas in Mexico. They established a fishing village at Roseville in Pt. Loma and another at the foot of San Diego's New Town, the latter village to become Chinatown. They dominated this industry until 1890, and during its peak built and sailed as many as 18 junks. Besides a wide variety of fish, they had exclusive domain in the pursuit of abalone. They were able to supply all the fresh fish requirements of San Diego and to export dried fish products to other Chinese communities worldwide. In the 1880s, activities by the Chinese in San Diego included construction of the California Southern Railroad between National City and San Bernardino, and work on the San Diego Flume, which carried water from the Cuyamaca Reservoir to San Diego for 36 miles on 315 redwood trestles and through 5 tunnels. Besides providing labor for large projects in irrigation and flood control, the Chinese were involved in mining gold and precious gems in the mountains centered in Julian. Pink tourmaline, which was prized in China at the time, was shipped through local Chinese merchants.

    15. China The Beautiful -(No Chinese Software Required)
    chinese history Chronology of Chinese Dynasties Biography Dragons in ancient ChinaSilkroad Dunhuang Arts Sea Routes by Zheng He Cheng Ho Luqou Qiao
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    Portrait gallery ... Quotations Poetry Chinese Poetry Some of the great Chinese poets Poems in English translation Poetry Reading ... Love in Poetry Classics Chinese Classics Sayings of Sages- selected passages in English Motto Novels Classic novels Arts Art Museum Four Arts of a Scholar Art of Seal Carving Science Sciences Sciences, mathematics, astronomy, medicine Philosophy/Religion Philosophy Zen Buddhism History Culture Chinese History Chronology of Chinese Dynasties Biography Dragons in ancient China ... Luqou Qiao - Luqou Bridge (Marco Polo Bridge) 8 Immortals in Chinese Mythology Ballad of Mulan Battle of the Red Cliff Return of Aomen (Macao) ... Iran general migrated to China in Tang Dynasty Language Buy books on the Internet Web sites for learning Chinese World Literature - Chinese Translation Chinese Story / Parable ... A Is for Love - Flash cards A Lion-eating Poet - Showing Chinese is a tonal language Chinese names

    16. Chinese Cultural Studies: Concise Political History Of China
    reliable. The manner in which the Western Chou fell followed a patternthat was repeated throughout chinese history. People who
    Main Other Chinese Web Sites Chinese Cultural Studies:
    Concise Political History of China Compiled from Compton's Living Encyclopedia on America Online (August 1995) 1. HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL CONTINUITY A significant aspect of China is its long cultural and national history. The Chinese people have shared a common culture longer than any other group on Earth. The Chinese writing system, for example, dates back almost 4,000 years. The imperial dynastic system of government, which continued for centuries, was established as early as 221 BC. Although specific dynasties were overturned, the dynastic system survived. China was even ruled at times by foreign invaders, such as the Mongols during the Yuan Dynasty, from AD 1279 to 1368, and the Manchus during the Ch'ing Dynasty, from AD 1644 to 1911, but the foreigners were largely absorbed into the culture they governed. It is as if the Roman Empire had lasted from the time of the Caesars to the 20th century, and during that time had evolved a cultural system and written language shared by all the peoples of Europe. The dynastic system was overturned in 1911, and a weak republican form of government existed until 1949. In that year, after a long civil war, the People's Republic of China, with a Communist government, was proclaimed. This government and the ruling Communist party have controlled China ever since. Although the dynastic system has disappeared, the People's Republic occupies essentially the same territory and governs the same people. If anything, the culture and power of China seem stronger in the late 20th century than at almost any other period in history. Under the People's Republic, China's role in world economic and political affairs has grown increasingly more important.

    17. Chinese Culture: Texts
    Overview of early chinese history by Robert Crawley; Chinese Religions Compiledfrom From Compton's Living Encyclopedia on America Online (August 1995);
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    This page contains a summary of all the text files available on this Brooklyn College Core 9 Chinese Culture Web site. In some cases the source of the text is given here. In other cases the document itself contains source information.
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    18. Era And Timeline Of Chinese History (55k)
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    19. Timetable Of Chinese History
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    20. Chinese History
    chinese history The Invention of Paper. Pictures of four ancient inventions. Paperhistory. Chinese invention. Need a new toy? Find it here! WWW.MYGADGETS.COM.
    Home Agriculture Art Business ... Travel Chinese History Summary Fact Sheet Graphics Chinese have been living in China for more than 5,000 years. It can be traced back to Xia in 2200 BC and at 1911 AD, Puyi of Qing, who was the last emperor ruling China. In the past history before World War II, there are seven important dynasties in China history. Qin Chinese State with basic social structure established. One written language confirmed. Great Wall constructed Han Establishment of state government, military and border. Great influence to its neighbors. Tan A period of prosperity with blossom of the arts, dance, music, religions and international trade Song Agriculture and economic expansion. Centralized officer examination. Marco Polo's visit to China. Yuen Mongol reign expanded China into the largest country in the world history Ming Reunified and built China into a strong maritime nation. Fleet reached far to Middle East and Africa. Qing Reigned by Manchuria and border secured as China has today. China was invaded by G8 in late 19th and early 20th century.

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