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China in the World: A History of China Since 1644

BOSTON: CHENG TSUI COMPANY, 2008 419 PAGES, ISBN: 978-0887276217, PAPERBACK Reviewed by Caryn White Stedman While there is a growing body of literature that places China in its global context and seeks to challenge the myth of Chinese isolation (Hansen, Cohen, WaleyCohen, etc.), few of these works provide practitioners with the kind of curricular and instructional tools necessary to challenge the standard textbook presentations of a self-isolated empire. China in the World: A Hi...

Film Review Essay, Resources

Doubles: Japan and America’s Intercultural Children

Doubles: Japan and America’s Intercultural Children PRODUCED BY REGGE LIFE MADE POSSIBLE BY: THE SASAKAWA PEACE FOUNDATION, THE FREEMAN FOUNDATION, THE JAPAN-UNITED STATES FRIENDSHIP COMMISSION, THE JAPAN FOUNDATION, AIG AND ANA. DISTRIBUTED BY DOUBLES FILM LIBRARY 1995 Doubles: Japan and America’s Intercultural Children is filmmaker Regge Life’s second work to examine the concept of “other” in contemporary Japanese society. Inspired by his experiences while filming Struggle ...