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Qi, Shouhua , 1957-

China Complex: From The Sublime To The Absurd On The U.s.-china Scene

China Complex: From The Sublime To The Absurd On The U.s.-china Scene

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For More Than A Century, The United States And China Have Been Partners In An Occasionally Graceful-but Often Awkwardcultural-political Tango. In This Insightful Narrative, Shouhua Qi, Part Of A New Generation Of Scholars Whose Life Experiences In China And The West Serve As The Basis For An Acute Analysis Of Cross-cultural Perceptions, Weaves Literary And Cultural Criticism Together With Journeys Across Time, Politics, And Popular Culture. Part Memoir, Qi Reveals The China Complex As A Manifestation Of The Search For Meaning At Many Levels: Personal, National, And Global. Qi's Comments On U.s. And Chinese Perceptions Of Military Might, Presidential Sex Scandals, Chinese And American Media Throughout The 1980s, 1990s, And Today, Serve As A Powerful Foundation For How The United States And China Must Deal With One Another In The Years Ahead. For Anyone Seeking A Cogent Assessment Of The Interpersonal Foundations Of The U.s. And China Relationship In The Twenty-first Century, China Complex Is A Must-read.--jacket. Shouhua Qi. Includes Bibliographical References.

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  • Long River Press

  • 2009

  • English

  • 228 Pages

  • Paperback

  • 1592650791

  • 9781592650798

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