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The birth of China

a study of the formative period of Chinese civilization.

by Herrlee Glessner Creel

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  • 3 Currently reading

Published by F. Ungar Pub. Co. in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • China,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Excavations (Archaeology) -- China,
    • Bronze age -- China,
    • China -- Civilization,
    • China -- Antiquities

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 381-388.

      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDS723
      The Physical Object
      Pagination402 p.
      Number of Pages402
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6152755M
      LC Control Number54005633

      The people of Hong Kong were never consulted about their future. Such a concisely and clearly written account is the result of fifteen years of investigation, mostly in rural areas, and of many hundreds of interviews. It also allows you to accept potential citations to this item that we are uncertain about. The media referred to the indulged children in one-child families as " little emperors ".

      It is already having a far-reaching and much-discussed economic impact, but its political and cultural influence, which has hitherto been greatly neglected, will be at least as significant. In telling the stories of parents forced to abandon daughters, Johnson debunks the myth that Chinese families unequivocally favor sons. Most of this deficit was due to sex-selective abortion as well as the 1. Martin Jacques argues that far from becoming a western-style society, China will remain highly distinctive.

      But inDeng Xiaoping, in one of his last major public appearances, toured the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone and emphatically voiced his approval. Westerners witnessing this astonishing national transformation over the past three decades are familiar with the general outlines of the story of China's economic miracle. The policy also has a positive effect at 10 to 19 years of age on the likelihood of completing senior high school in women of Han ethnicity. Johnson tells of parents hiding children in remote mountain villages, mothers staying indoors for months to conceal their pregnancies, childless bachelors pretending to be fathers, and children swapped with those of relatives. From topoor planning and bad management managed to starve 30 million people to death.


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No social studies have investigated the ratio of these so-called "over-indulged" children and to what extent they are indulged. This was the Long March. This proved helpful for the Communists -- the troops sent by Jiang to the North to contain and eventually eliminate the CCP much preferred to spend their time fighting the Japanese.

Recently though, the Hong Kong government has drastically reduced the quota of births set for non-local women in public hospitals. China outlawed sex selective abortions inbut the law is tough to enforce because of the difficulty of proving why a couple decided to have an abortion.

Inapproximately 12 percent of the Chinese were 60 years and oldera figure that is forecast to rise as high as 36 percent by The peak wave of abandonment occurred in the s, with a smaller wave after If something terrible happens to my characters, I'm in agony. Unfortunately, Sun died of cancer in Her early childhood was spent in China, where her father was a missionary.

This is a book that details a relatively unknown aspects of Chinese family lives for China experts, international as well as domestic adoptive families, and anyone interested in the contemporary Chinese families and society.

Inthe Japanese invaded China proper from their bases in Manchuria, using the notorious "Marco Polo" incident as an excuse. It had risen from in —at the boundary of the natural baseline—to in Many families also kept their illegal children hidden so they would not be punished by the government.

Check on the provider's web page whether it is in fact available. Contrary to the constructed narrative, efforts to keep a daughter collided with a nearly insurmountable wall of laws designed to support the One-Child Policy—with no regard for the best interests of the child.

Part of the problem is that they didn't know where they were going.

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