China Eye Magazine

Contents of SACU's magazine China Eye for the year 2014.

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


Issue 44 (Winter 2014)

China Eye 44

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

Master Sun & the Art of War - Chris Henson reviews the impact of Master Sun's 2,500 year old text and whether it defines a distinct 'Chinese Way of War'.

China's Challenge: using its culture as an instrument of soft power - Barnaby Powell and Alex Mackinnon survey China's long history and culture.

Including people with learning difficulties: An ethnology of three services - Dr. Martin Partridge looks at the providsion of social and health care for people from Chinese backgrounds in the UK.

Reading about China 12 - Dr. Haris Livas-Dawes introduces more books she has found useful in learning about China.

Growing up on Merseyside between the 1930s and 1950s - Norman Fung remembers his upbringing in Liverpool in war-time Britain.

SACU and Meridian news and events - Upcoming and past society events.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 43 (Autumn 2014)

China Eye 43

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

Chinese Labour Camps of World War 1 - Thousands of Chinese took part in World War 1 as paid auxiliaries in the trenches, carrying out some of the worst jobs imaginable. Walter Fung outlines the work of the Chinese Labour Corps CLC.

A day in the life of a Chinese Schoolchild - Jacqueline Buksh recounts her experiences of introducing Western teaching methods in China in the 1990s.

Reading about China 11 - Dr. Haris Livas-Dawes introduces more books she has found useful in learning about China.

People to People Diplomacy - Andrew Hicks recounts more about the work of John Peter who worked with the Friends Ambulance Unit (FAU) during World War II.

The Chinese Empire (19th century) - Walter Fung reviews a book describing the French Missionary M. Huc's book on China.

Senior BBCs, who we are and where we come from - Walter Fung looks at the origin and lives of British Born Chinese (BBCs) in the UK.

SACU and Meridian news and events - Upcoming and past society events.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 42 (Summer 2014)

China Eye 42

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

CPAFFC's 60th birthday - Chris Henson joins the celebrations of the Chinese People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries birthday in Beijing.

A treastise on tea - Rob Stallard looks past the tea leaves to the long story of tea cultivation and drinking in China.

Visit to Oundle School - Walter Fung recounts a visit to Joseph Needham's old school at Oundle which now houses SACU's archives.

Social Life of the Chinese (19th century) - Walter Fung reviews a book describing Victorian views of China by Rev. J. Doolitte

SACU and Meridian news and events - Upcoming and past society events.

Chinese Traditional Medicine Talk - Walter Fung reports on a talk by Tony Butler on TCM held in London.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


Issue 41 (Spring 2014)

China Eye 41

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

Understanding and Misunderstading China's Imperial Past - Martin Moir looks back at the treatment of China's long history by the many historians who have written about it.

The Way of Water and Waterways in China - Michael Sherringham looks at ancient and modern attitudes to controlling the rivers and canals that fuelled China's agriculture over thousands of years.

SACU Tour to China : Following in Joseph Needham's footsteps - Walter Fung reflects on recent changes to China that he noted on the SACU tour in 2013.

Chinese Industrial Cooperatives - Walter Fung records the recent report my members of SACU, SCA and Meridian to the Beijing Bailie University as part of the SACU tour in 2013.

The Meridian Society - Walter Fung describes the work of out sister organization: the London based Meridian Society.

China Eye Diary - Notices and events.


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