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- Chinese Perspectives on Japan
- A dialog from the H-Asia list, November 1995. Early 20th
century Chinese student reactions to Japan.
- Zhongguo or ‘Central
- A dialog from H-Asia, 17 March 1998. Sinocentrism and
whether it is narcissistic.
- A dialog from the H-Asia list, 18 March 1998. A spin-off
from the above discussion. Chukoku as the name of a district
in Japan and rejection of Zhongguo as an appellation for
China. The notion of being central and
Confucianism. Sinocentrism as official, etc.
- Unintended consequences
- Editorial, Asia Times, 19 May 1999. The
damage done to the U.S. image in China among youth as a
result of the U.S. destruction of the Chinese embassy in
Belgrade. A new scepticism for U.S. political rhetoric. The