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by Joshua A. Fogel


Late Qing China and Meiji Japan: Political and Cultural Aspects (Signature Books) epub

ISBN: 1891936565

ISBN13: 978-1891936562

Author: Joshua A. Fogel

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Pacific Century Pr (February 1, 2004)

Pages: 232 pages

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The last two decades have witnessed a growing interest among scholars in the interaction between China and Japan in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, although much, but by no means all, of that interest has centered on the wars fought between these two countries. This volume takes the confluence between Chinese and Japanese history in this period, especially in the cultural and political spheres, and places it at center stage.

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Focusing on the cultural and political spheres, this volume places those .

Focusing on the cultural and political spheres, this volume places those relationships at center stage and presents a distinct new field of Sino-Japanese interactions that, while related to Chinese and Japanese history, has an integrity of its own. Scholarly interest has grown over the last two decades in the interaction between China and Japan in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

The roots of modern Sino-Japanese relations lie in the intense cultural and political exchanges which blossomed in the mid-1850s extending into the late 1920s. While much of that interest has centered on the wars fought in the period, Late Qing and Meiji Japan looks instead at the confluence between Chinese and Japanese history.

Political and Cultural Aspects. While much of that interest has centered on the wars fought in the period, Late Qing China and Meiji Japan looks instead at the confluence between Chinese and Japanese history. Eastbridge Books February 2004 238 pages. 99 (paperback) ISBN 978-1-78869-015-7. 99 (hardback) ISBN 978-1-78869-016-4. Focusing on the cultural and political spheres, this volume places those relationships at center stage and presents a distinct new field of Sino-Japanese interactions that, while related to Chinese and Japanese history, has an integrity of its own.

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Books and Boats: Sino-Japanese Relations in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (MerwinAsia, 2012).

Joshua A. Fogel (born 1950 in Brooklyn, New York; Chinese name: 傅佛果) is a Sinologist, historian, and translator who specializes in the history of modern China, especially on the cultural and political relations between China and Japan. Late Qing China and Meiji Japan: Political and Cultural Aspects of Their Interactions (EastBridge, 2004).

Informationen zum Titel Late Qing China and Meiji Japan [mit . The roots of modern Sino-Japanese relations lie in the intense cultural and political exchanges which blossomed in the mid-1850s extending into the late 1920s

Informationen zum Titel Late Qing China and Meiji Japan The roots of modern Sino-Japanese relations lie in the intense cultural and political exchanges which blossomed in the mid-1850s extending into the late 1920s.

The roots of modern Sino-Japanese relations lie in the intense cultural and political exchanges which blossomed in the mid-1850s extending into the late 1920s.

Scholarly interest has grown over the last two decades in the interaction between China and Japan during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. While much of that interest has centered on the wars fought in the period, Late Qing China and Meiji Japan looks instead at the confluence between Chinese and Japanese history. Focusing on the cultural and political spheres, this volume places those relationships at center stage and presents a distinct new field of Sino-Japanese interactions that, while related to Chinese and Japanese history, has an integrity of its own.

Late Qing China and Meiji Japan covers the last years of the Tokugawa regime through the end of the Meiji era and into the early Taishō period roughly the 1850s through the 1920s and the last decades of the Qing empire through the first of the fledgling Chinese Republic. This was, without a doubt, the most intense period of Sino-Japanese intercourse in history. Actual contacts between Chinese and Japanese were renewed on a regular basis for the first time in centuries. Japanese began traveling to all parts of China. Thousands of young Chinese, male and female, flocked to Japanese institutions of higher learning, and hundreds of Japanese instructors were invited to teach at Chinese schools.

It all tragically came to an end with Japans military invasion of the mainland in the 1930s and only began to be resumed in the 1980s.