Fung Library

New English Acquisitions

No. 104 – Fall/Winter 2015-16 - New Books

  • Action Plan for Prevention and Control of Water Pollution (bilingual) (Beijing: People’s Publishing House, 2015), 108 pp.

  • Bregnbæk, Susanne, Fragile Elite: The Dilemmas of China’s Top University Students (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2016), 172 pp.

  • Brown, Jeremy and Matthew D. Johnson, eds., Maoism at the Grassroots: Everyday Life in China’s Era of High Socialism (Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2015), 468 pp.

  • Chan, Sarah, Policy Challenges in Maintaining Renminbi Stability in China (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 19 pp.

  • Cheek, Timothy, The Intellectual in Modern Chinese History (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 370 pp.

  • Chen, Chien-Hsun, Do Related Party Transactions Help or Impede China’s Listed Companies? (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Chen, Chien-Hsun, Taiwan’s Economy in 2015: An Economic Recession in the Making? (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2016), 19 pp.

  • Chen, Gang, China’s Graft Busters Target State-Owned Enterprises (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 13 pp.

  • Chen, Gang and Lim Wen Xin, Xi Jinping’s Economic Cybersecurity Agreement with Barack Obama (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Chen, Gang and Wu Dan, China Enhances Low Carbon Cooperation with the United States (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 12 pp.

  • Chen, Rou-jin, From Taiwan to the World and Back: A Memoir of Ambassador Fu-chen Lo, trans. by Yew Leong Lee (Taipei: Avanguard Publishing House, 2015), 479 pp..

  • Chen, Xiwen, Chinese Economists on Economic Reform: Collected Works of Chen Xiwen (London: Routledge, 2014), 233 pp.

  • Cheng, Joseph Y.S., ed., The Use of Mao and the Chongqing Model (Hong Kong: City University of Hong Kong Press, 2015), 331 pp.

  • Chi, Fulin, et al., eds., Decisive Role of the Market: Big Reform Exam after the Third Plenum of the Eighteenth CPC Central Committee (Beijing: China Intercontinental Press, 2014), 369 pp.

  • Chiang, Min-hua, China-South Korea Free Trade Agreement (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 21 pp.

  • China Development Research Foundation, China’s Exchange Rate Regime (London:  Routledge, 2015), 262 pp.

  • Choo, Jaewoo and Lim Wen Xin, Does Nationalism Really Matter to East Asian Regionalism? (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 11 pp.

  • Clark, Paul, Laikwan Pang, and Tsan-Huang Tsai, eds.,  Listening to China’s Cultural Revolution: Music, Political, and Cultural Continuities (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 280 pp.

  • Copper, John F., The Taiwan Factor in Sino-American Relations: Creating Escalating Tensions (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2016), 16 pp.

  • Copper, John F., The Xi-Ma Meeting: A Variant Perspective Assessment (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 19 pp.

  • Cunningham, Edward, China’s Most Generous: Understanding China’s Philanthropic Landscape (Cambridge, MA: Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School, 2016), 4 pp.

  • Department of Policy Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China’s Foreign Affairs 2013 (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2013), 561 pp. (with CD-ROM)

  • Department of Policy Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China’s Foreign Affairs 2014 (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2014), 576 pp. (with CD-ROM)

  • Department of Policy Planning, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, China’s Foreign Affairs 2015 (Beijing: World Affairs Press, 2015), 599 pp. (with CD-ROM)

  • Du, Jane, China Relaxes Population Control to Ease Future Labour Market Pressure (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 14 pp.

  • Duan, Peijun and Tony Saich, Reforming China’s Monopolies (Cambridge, MA: Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School, 2013), 59 pp.

  • Eaton, Sarah, The Advance of the State in Contemporary China: State Market Relations in the Reform Era (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2016), 145 pp.

  • Fang, Lizhi, The Most Wanted Man in China: My Journey from Scientist to Enemy of the State, trans. by Perry Link (New York: Henry Holt, 2016), 331 pp.

  • Fingar, Thomas, ed., The New Great Game:  China and South and Central Asia in the Era of Reform (Stanford, CA:  Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, Stanford University, 2016), 337 pp.

  • Fong, Mei, One Child: The Story of China’s Most Radical Experiment (New York: Houghton Mifflin, 2016), 250 pp.

  • Friedman, Jeremy, Shadow Cold War: Sino-Soviet Competition for the Third World (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2015), 291 pp.

  • Gallagher, Kevin P., The China Triangle: Latin America’s China Boom and the Fate of the Washington Consensus (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), 232 pp.

  • Gao, Ziping and Lye Liang Fook, China’s Efforts to Reform its Think Tanks (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 17 pp.

  • Garver, John W., China’s Quest: The History of the Foreign Relations of the People’s Republic of China (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), 868 pp.

  • Goodman, Matthew P. and David A. Parker, Navigating Choppy Waters: China’s Economic Decisionmaking at a Time of Transition (Washington, DC: Center for Strategic and International Studies, 2015), 107 pp.

  • Gore, Lance L.P., The Political Implications of Xi Jinping’s “Four Comprehensives” (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 14 pp.

  • Gore, Lance L.P., Xi Jinping and the 13th Five-Year Plan (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 20 pp.

  • Gore, Lance L.P., Xi Jinping Overhauls the People’s Liberation Army (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 17 pp.

  • Gormely, Dennis M., Andrew S. Erickson, and Jingdong Yuan, A Low-Visibility Force Multiplier: Assessing China’s Cruise Missile Ambitions (Washington, DC: National Defense University Press, 2014), 165 pp.

  • Gross, Miriam, Farewell to the God of Plague: Chairman Mao’s Campaign to Deworm China (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2016), 357 pp.

  • Guo, Maya X., Trust in System: The Success of China’s “Alternative” Development Mode (Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 2015), 172 pp.

  • Guo, Maya X., Trust in the Path: A New Model for a Rising Power (Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 2015), 196 pp.

  • Guo, Maya X., Trust in the Theory: China’s Philosophy for a New International Order (Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 2015), 168 pp.

  • Hao, Shiyuan, How the Communist Party of China Manages the Issue of Nationality: An Evolving Topic (Beijing: Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, 2016), 329 pp.

  • Hayton, Bill, The South China Sea: The Struggle for Power in Asia (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2014), 298 pp.

  • He, Hongguang, Governance, Social Organisation and Reform in Rural China: Case Studies from Anhui Province (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 162 pp.

  • Holdstock, Nick, China’s Forgotten People:  Xinjiang, Terror and the Chinese State (London: Tauris, 2015), 273 pp.

  • Hsiao, Hsing-Huang Michael, Arne L.  Kalleberg, and Kevin Hewison, eds., Policy Responses to Precarious Work in Asia (Taipei: Institute of Sociology, Academia Sinica, 2015), 260 pp.

  • Hsiung, James C., ed., The Xi Jinping Era: His Comprehensive Strategy toward the China Dream (New York: CN Times Books, 2015), 472 pp

  • Hu, Weixing and Lim Wen Xin, Can China and the United States Build a New Model of Major Power Relations? (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015),
    14 pp.

  • Ji, Xianlin, The Cowshed: Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution, trans. by Chenxin Jiang (New York: New York Review of Books, 2016), 188 pp.

  • Johnson, Kay Ann, China’s Hidden Children: Abandonment, Adoption and the Human Costs of the One-Child Policy (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 218 pp.

  • Koen, Peter H., China Confronts Climate Change: A Bottom-Up Perspective (London: Routledge, 2016), 209 pp.

  • Kong, Qingjiang and Ping Xiaojuan, International Law and International Institutions: Implications for a Rising China (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 20 pp.

  • Kuik, Cheng Chwee and Wu Dan, Sources of China’s Assertiveness in the South China Sea (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 10 pp.

  • Lam, Peng Er, China, the US-Japan Alliance and War: Avoiding the Thucydides Trap? (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Li, Mingqi, China and the Twenty-First Century Crisis (London: Pluto Press, 2016), 221 pp.

  • Li, Yongqian, The Impact of Ecological Environmental Construction to Poverty Alleviation and Development in “Three Rivers Parallel Flow Area” in Yunnan Province (Kunming: Yunnan University Press, 2014), 190 pp.

  • Liang, Yongjia, China’s Ethnic Policy Since 2009 (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 17 pp.

  • Lim, Tai Wei, China’s Pivot to Central and South Asia (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Lim, Tai Wei, Hong Kong in 2015 (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2016), 16 pp.

  • Lim, Tai Wei, Shaping Collective Attitudes: Chinese Narrative of the “Chinese Dream” (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 14 pp.

  • Lin, Wei-Ping, Materializing Magic Power: Chinese Popular Religion in Villages and Cities (Cambridge, MA: Asia Center, Harvard University, 2015), 203 pp.

  • Lou, Jiwei, Chinese Economists on Economic Reform: Collected Works of Lou Jiwei (London: Routledge, 2014), 235 pp.

  • Lu, Ding, China’s “Two Centenary Goals”: Progress and Challenges (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

  • Lu, Zhen, Achieving Carbon Reductions in the Chinese Economy: A Examination of Policy Options (Beijing: Economic Science Press, 2015), 307 pp.

  • Lye, Liang Fook, China-US Relations: President Xi Jinping’s State Visit to the United States (I) (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Lye, Liang Fook, China-US Relations: Finding the Right Balance (II) (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 19 pp.

  • Meijer, Hugo, Trading with the Enemy: The Making of US Export Control Policy toward the People’s Republic of China (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), 391 pp.

  • Mengin, Françoise, Fragments of an Unfinished War: Taiwanese Entrepreneurs and the Partition of China (New York: Oxford University Press, 2015), 393 pp.

  • Mustacich, Suzanne, Thirsty Dragon: China’s Lust for Bordeaux and the Threat to the World’s Best Wines (New York: Henry Holt, 2015), 337 pp.

  • National Development Council, Taiwan Statistical Data Book 2015 (Taipei, 2015), 369 pp.

  • National Policy Foundation, Taiwan Development Perspectives 2015 (Taipei, 2015), 251 pp.

  • Ou, Nianzhong and Liang Yongkang, Mao’s Lost Children: Stories of the Rusticated Youth of China’s Cultural Revolution, trans. by Laura Maynard (Portland, ME: MerwinAsia, 2015), 364 pp.

  • Qian, Jiwei, Reforming China’s Intergovernmental Fiscal System Under the “New Normal” (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

  • Research Department of the Party Literature Research Office of the CPC Central Committee and Tianjin Nankai High School, eds., Early Writings of Zhou Enlai (Beijing: New World Press, 2015), 179 pp.

  • Rithmire, Meg E., Land Bargains and Chinese Capitalism: The Politics of Property Rights Under Reform (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 218 pp.

  • Ross, James and Song Lihong, eds., The Image of Jews in Contemporary China (Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press, 2016), 244 pp.

  • Saich, Tony, The National People’s Congress: Functions and Membership (Cambridge, MA: Ash Center, Harvard Kennedy School, 2015), 10 pp.

  • Saunders, Phillip C. and Andrew Scobell, eds., PLA Influence on China’s National Security Policymaking (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2015), 346 pp.

  • Schmalzer, Sigrid, Red Revolution, Green Revolution: Scientific Farming in Socialist China (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2016), 304 pp.

  • Shambaugh, David, China’s Future (Cambridge, UK: Polity Press, 2016), 203 pp.

  • Shih, Hui Min, The Fast Changing Landscape of China’s Film Industry (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 17 pp.

  • Tang, Wenfang, Populist Authoritarianism: Chinese Political Culture and Regime Sustainability (New York: Oxford University Press, 2016), 220 pp.

  • Tao, Wenzhao, A Brief History of China-U.S. Relations, 1784–2013 (Beijing: Foreign Languages Press, 2015), 524 pp.

  • Teiwes, Frederick C. and Warren Sun, Paradoxes of Post-Mao Rural Reform: Initial Steps toward a New Chinese Countryside, 1976–1981 (London: Routledge, 2016), 350 pp.

  • Tong, Sarah Y. and Lim Wen Xin, China-ASEAN Economic Relations: An Update (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 22 pp.

  • Tong, Sarah Y., Wan Jing, and Xie Na, Recent Development and Implications of China’s Monetary Policy (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 20 pp.

  • Trappel, René, China’s Agrarian Transition: Peasants, Property and Politics (Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2016), 205 pp.

  • Tseng, Katherine Hui-Yi, China and Neighbouring Countries in the South China Sea Dispute: An Update (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 12 pp.

  • Tseng, Katherine Hui-Yi, China and the United States in the South China Sea Dispute: An Update (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 13 pp.

  • Tseng, Katherine Hui-Yi, Taiwan’s Politics in 2015: Fraying at the Dawn of a New Era (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 17 pp.

  • Tu, Chin-I, Xin Ning, and Dietrich Tschanz, eds., An Integrated Vision of Chinese Scholarship: Literature, History and Philosophy (New Brunswick, NJ:  Confucius Institute of Rutgers University, 2015), 175, pp.

  • Wan, Jing, China Introduces Deposit Insurance (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 15 pp.

  • Wan, Jing, China’s Stock Market Turmoil: Lessons and Implications (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015),16 pp.

  • Wan, Ming, Understanding Japan-China Relations: Theories and Issues (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2016), 268 pp.

  • Wang, Hui, China’s Twentieth Century: Revolution, Retreat and the Road to Equality (New York: Verso, 2016), 361 pp.

  • Wang, Huiyao and Yue Bao, Reverse Migration in Contemporary China: Returnees, Entrepreneurship and the Chinese Economy (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015), 233 pp.

  • Wang, Luolin, ed.,  China’s WTO Accession Reassessed (London:  Routledge, 2015), 580 pp.

  • Wang, Mengkui, Chinese Economists on Economic Reform: Collected Works of Wang Mengkui (London: Routledge, 2014), 231 pp.

  • Wang, Qi, Min Dongchao, and Bo Arenlund Sorensen, Revisiting Gender Equality Perspectives from the People’s Republic of China (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016), 232 pp.

  • Womack, Brantly and Wu Dan, China’s Foreign Relations after the 2008 Financial Crisis (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 11 pp.

  • Wong, John, China’s Economy 2015/2016: Adjusting to a Sustained Slowdown in Uncertain Structural Transition (I) (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 11 pp.

  • Wong, John, China’s Economy 2015/2016: Adjusting to a Sustained Slowdown in Uncertain Structural Transition (II) (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 13 pp.

  • Wong, John and Lim Tai Wei, China’s One Belt, One Road and Its Overland Central Asian Component (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 14 pp.

  • Wu, Alfred, Governing Civil Service Pay in China (Copenhagen: Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 2014), 236 pp.

  • Wu, Guoguang, China’s Party Congress: Power, Legitimacy, and Institutional Manipulation (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2015), 368 pp.

  • Wu, Guoguang, Paradoxes of China’s Prosperity: Political Dilemmas and Global Implications (Singapore: World Scientific, 2015), 622 pp.

  • Wu, Jinting, Fabricating an Educational Miracle: Compulsory Schooling Meets Ethnic Rural Development in Southwest China (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2016), 268 pp.

  • Xing, Yuqing, The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and China’s Role in Regional Economic Governance (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

  • Yu, Guangyuan, Chinese Economists on Economic Reform: Collected Works of Yu Guangyuan (London: Routledge, 2014), 137 pp.

  • Yu, Hong, Assessing Industrial Development in Western China(Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 12 pp.

  • Yu, Hong, China’s Push for State-Owned Enterprise Reform (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 12 pp.

  • Yu, Hong, Development of Transport Infrastructure in Western China (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 13 pp.

  • Yu, Hong, The Dominance of State Firms in the Chinese Market (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 9 pp.

  • Yue, Zhongshan, Shuzhuo Li, and Marcus W. Feldman, Social Integration of Rural-Urban Migrants in China: Current Status, Determinants and Consequences (Singapore: World Scientific, 2012), 251 pp.

  • Zhang, Baohui, Revolutions as Organizational Change: The Communist Party and Peasant Communities in South China, 1926–1934 (Hong Kong : University of Hong Kong Press, 2015), 182 pp.

  • Zhang, Nan and Xunhua Guo, Electronic Government Adoption in China: Multiple Research Perspectives in the Post-Informationization Age (Beijing: Qinghua University Press, 2014),
    155 pp.

  • Zhang, Shixin, Chinese War Correspondents (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 14 pp.

  • Zhao, Baoxu, To Build a Harmonious World: Ideal of Traditional Chinese Thinking (New York: Springer, 2014), 108 pp.

  • Zhao, Litao, Chinese Society in 2015: Development Under the “New Normal” (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 20 pp.

  • Zhao, Litao, Grass-root Governance in Shanghai (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

  • Zheng, Tiantian, Tongzhi Living: Men Attracted to Men in Postsocialist China (Minneapolis: University of Minneapolis Press, 2015), 244 pp.

  • Zheng, Yongnian and Chen Gang, China’s Politics 2015: Bold Reforms and Unabated War on Corruption (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

  • Zheng Yongnian and Lim Wen Xin, The Changing Geopolitical Landscape and China’s World Order (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 12 pp.

  • Zheng, Yongnian and Lim Wen Xin, China and the World Order (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 11 pp.

  • Zheng, Yongnian and Lye Liang Fook, China’s Foreign Policy in 2015: Balancing its International Responsibility and National Interest  (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 31 pp.

  • Zheng, Yongnian and Lye Liang Fook, eds., Singapore-China Relations: 50 Years (Singapore: World Scientific, 2016), 272 pp.

  • Zhou, Zhihua, China’s Housing Development Under the “New Normal” (Singapore: East Asian Institute, National University of Singapore, 2015), 18 pp.

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