China Eye Magazine

Contents of SACU's magazine China Eye for the year 2007.

For more details about the magazine please visit the China Eye page.


Issue 13 - Spring 2007

China Eye 13

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

The First Qin Emperor - Rob Stallard summarises the history of the most significant figure in early Chinese history.

Chinese seamen in World War 2 - Yvonne Foley documents the poor treatment of the Chinese who served in the British Navy.

Universal Beverage - Ian Johnson looks into the history of tea from its earliest days.

Hangzhou: Paradise and Tea - Walter Fung shares some of his photographs of Hangzhou and the West Lake,

Chinese Individualism - Dr Martin Parnell studies changing attitudes to the rights of the individuals in China. (part 3)

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 14 - Summer 2007

China Eye 14

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Universal Beverage (Part 2)- Ian Johnson looks into the history of tea from its earliest days.

The Chinese Calligraphers Sourcebook - Review of a new book by Yat-Ming Cathy Ho

Holiday Choices in China for Ex-pats - Jacqueline Buksh recounts her visit to Hainan Island.

The Role of the Late Imperial District Magistrate - Janet Ellard-Smith documents the workings of the legal system in pre-republican China.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 15 - Autumn 2007

China Eye 15

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

A Long Year in Shanghai (1936-1938) - Sylvia Hogarth retells her father's experience of the Sino-Japanese War.

Dongtan: Realising Elysium - Jonathon Manns describes the amazing plans for the first true eco-city at Dongtan.

Dunhuang - Brian Morgan recounts his visits to the extraordinary caves and grottoes at Dunhuang in the deserts of North-West China.

China Day in Blackpool - Jacqueline Buksh sets out her experiences of teaching youngsters about China in her native Blackpool.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 16 - Winter 2007

China Eye 16

Sinofile - A regular round-up of news from China.

Books - Weihaiwei under British Rule - Walter Fung and John Gittings review this unique book about the treaty port in Shandong province ruled by the British 1989 to 1930.

Chinese Culture in Yorkshire - Brian Morgan recounts current initiatives for understanding Chinese Culture in Yorkshire. He also profiles the contemporary artist Wang Xi Jing.

Chinese Business Guanxi - Martin Parnell looks into the phenomenon of the all important 'guanxi' (connexions) that are needed for doing business in China.

Sichuan Incident - Ged Neary recounts his recent experiences of living and working in Sichuan.

The four great novels of China - Joan Chan gives an overview of the four most culturally important novels of China : The Journey to the West; Dreams of the Red Chamber; Romance of Three Kingdoms and Water Margin.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.

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