Daily Archives: July 15, 2020

How To Lose Your Social Credits

There is a system of political economy in China known as social credits where one receives merit and demerit for actions deemed as socially worthwhile or not.  This social credit system has an influence on how one can live one’s … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Search For Ancient China

The Search For Ancient China, by Corinne Debaine-Francefort What does it mean to want to explore the search for ancient China?  This book provides at least two sorts of answers to what it means to search for ancient China, and … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ancient Chinese

The Ancient Chinese, by Rosemary Rees It is interesting how many books there are of ancient China that are small and are apparently designed for young readers.  It is unclear exactly what the reason for this is, given the fact … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Great Thoughts Of China

The Great Thoughts Of China:  3,000 Years Of Wisdom That Shaped A Civilization, by Liang Congjie This is not a book that I exactly hated to read, seeing as I greatly appreciate the wisdom of Chinese thinking.  That said, this … Continue reading

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