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In 2009, a strange creature emerged on the Internet from China. It was the grass-mud horse, a dopey alpaca frolicking in the Mahler Desert. It starred ...
Distinguished Professor of History and Chinese Studies at the University of California, San Diego Paul G. Pickowicz draws on decades of research ...
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- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Leta Hong Fincher
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- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Tom Carter
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- Daughter of Lucian Pye on the China of Her Mind
- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Karla Simon
- Five Pounds of Facts on Chinese History
- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Sam Crane
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- How Resource Scarcity Constrains China
- CDT Bookshelf: Interview with Rachel Stern
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