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Misty306 8h
Better late than never. My review for "The Dragon Republic" by !!!
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Emily Matson 8h
Check out the current podcast on 20th century Chinese history from Sinobabble, a new, easily accessible podcast for those interested in learning more about China-related content! The podcast is currently up to the Nanjing Decade.
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Laurel A Rockefeller 10h
Emperor Kang Xi Taught His Children to Recite a Book 120 Times
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UdemyDiscountCoupons76 Sep 14
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Clars Auction Sep 7
Another addition to the Asian portion of our upcoming sale, these Chinese hardwood armchairs and stand, accented by patterns of meandering dragons. 🐉🐲
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Miranda Brown Sep 15
Probably for lovers. The were northwest rivals of the Song and had the most amazing script. There are also Tangut in 13th & 14thc Chinese .
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picturecapital Sep 8
China "Shenzhen" bring the SPIRIT OF CHINA to London, UK - Images | Picture Capital
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The Common Curator Sep 7
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Historia Militaris Obscura Sep 12
Soviet Air Force pilots from the Soviet Volunteer Group fought for the Republic of China against the Japanese between 1937 and 1941. The group shot down over 80 Japanese planes and 236 Soviet pilots died on active service in China.
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Laurel A Rockefeller Sep 14
Meet the controversial empress we never stopped talking about.
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GPAN Sep 9
Happy anniversary Mao Zedong, the sun that never sets , he passed on this day 1976
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MuseumofEastAsianArt Sep 10
Traditionally, blue & green were referred to by the same character (靑) although modern Chinese now uses separate characters! Both colours represent the element of wood & are often used in home decorate to bring longevity!
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Michelle Krzmarzick Sep 9
The novel by was incredible! When you feel a character’s rage and pain as if it’s your own, you know the author has hit the mark. Looking forward to the sequel! ❤️🇨🇳🇺🇸
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K3ZANI Sep 12
The way of the dragon..... @ Shanghai Museum
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Millfield Languages Sep 11
Catching up Chinese literature work after school! 📖🇨🇳💪🏻Millfield offers the Cambridge Pre-U Chinese course that equips foreign learners of the language with the skills to survive in a fast evolving modern world.
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kx2x2x2 16h
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David M. Littlefield Sep 12
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AIU Race Relations Sep 10
It was wonderful to join yesterday on the launch of 'Crossing the Borders' at , the result of their fantastic Chinese heritage project. We can't wait for the project and the migration stories it includes to become part of our archive!
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Grace Yee Sep 9
Incredible detailed map of Dunolly Asylum drawn by Ah Sing Jong in diary of incarceration in Victoria 1866-72 Thank you
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👹子木🙈🙉🙊 Sep 9
重要的事,要make低。
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