2 edition of Typical women of China found in the catalog.
Typical women of China
Translation of: Ku Hu-t"ou hua Lieh nü chuan.
|Statement||translated from a popular native work on the virtues, words, deportment, and employment of the women of China by the late Miss A.C. Safford ; edited by John Fryer.|
|Contributions||Safford, A. C.|
|LC Classifications||DS725 .L513 1899|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 192 p. :|
|Number of Pages||192|
Many Chinese read the book for its insights into business, it’s customs and practices even though it was written almost over years ago. China Business Sites. A very complete listing of China and Chinese Related Business and Economic Information. The book is a small selection from the many stories she was able to gather during that time, obviously put together both with a journalist's eye for what makes a good story and with the didactic intention of covering a suitable range of "key topics" to give her readers some perspective on the main issues affecting women in Chinese society.4/5(29).
Investigate how the role of women is changing in communist China. Begin by asking students to sketch and/or describe in a paragraph their ideas of what Chinese women are like today. Let students. The Chinese Ming Dynasty lasted for years ( – AD), and has been described as “one of the greatest eras of orderly government and social stability in human history.” This dynasty became a global superpower, undertaking major sea expeditions before Christopher Columbus.
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Typical women of China: translated from a popular native work on the virtues, words, deportment, and employment of the women of ChinaKelly & Walsh Microform - 2d ed.
Typical Women of China: Abridged From the Chinese Work "Records of Virtuous Women of Ancient and Modern Times" (Classic Reprint) Paperback – Abridged, June 7, by A.
Safford (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: A. Safford. Typical women of China. Shanghai [etc.] Kelly & Walsh, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors /.
An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. Typical women of China: abridged from the Chinese work "Records of virtuous women of ancient and modern times" Item PreviewPages: Broadly speaking, the lives of Chinese women have improved somewhat since Xinran's book Typical women of China book first published inand, while there are many reasons for this progress, the fact that Xinran's radio shows and subsequent journalism helped to spark a more open debate about the status and treatment of women is certainly a contributory by: The Good Women of China: Hidden Voices is a compilation of 14 life stories taken from personal interviews of some of these 'survivors' - women whose lives were agonizingly destroyed, their families ripped to shreds, thei/5.
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