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TAI CHI THEORY & MARTIAL POWER : Advanced Yang Style Tai Chi
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TAI CHI THEORY & MARTIAL POWER : Advanced Yang Style Tai Chi

By Yang, Jwing-Ming

YMAA Publication Center , 1987. 268pp. Softback, VG, slight stains along upper page edge, text is free of markings, index, appendices, b&w photos, Advanced Yang Style, Tai Chi theory & martial power, . Soft Cover. Very Good.

$15.00

THE MAN WHO CHANGED CHINA : The Story of Sun Yat-Sen

By Buck, Pearl

Random House, 1953. 185pp. Green cloth hardback, DJ has tiny chips and tears, BCE, owner name on half title page, World Landmark W-9, index, illustrations, The Man Who Changed China : The Story of Sun Yat-Sen, . Book Club (BCE/BOMC). Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+. Illus. by Fred Castellon .

$10.00

CARPETS OF CHINA AND ITS BORDER REGIONS

By Hyman, Virginia Dulany; Hu, William C.C,

Ars Ceramica Ltd. , 1982. 290pp. Over sized yellow cloth hardback, DJ VG with a small tear along lower front edge and light wear at corner tips, bibliography, chapter notes, 50 color plates tipped in, map, chapter notes, b&w illustrations, Includes: Colours and dyes, Carpet materials, Symbolism, Rug construction, Rug shapes and usage, The border regions, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$60.00

MA'S ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE OF THE STAMPS OF CHINA

By Zung-Sung, Late Ma (editor); Ren-Chuen, Ma (compiler/translator)

Shun Chang & Co. , 1947. 568pp. Red hardback, no DJ, owner name on front end page, stated First edition, b&w examples of stamps, Ma's illustrated catalogue of the stamps of China, . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good.

$45.00

GOOD-BYE TO OLD PEKING : The Wartime Letters of U.S. Marine Captain John Seymour Letcher 1937-1939
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GOOD-BYE TO OLD PEKING : The Wartime Letters of U.S. Marine Captain John Seymour Letcher 1937-1939

By Jeans, Roger B. (editor); Lyle, Katie Letcher (editor)

Ohio Univ Pr, 1998. 242pp. Dark green cloth hardback, DJ has rubbing at spine tips and a 2" cut in the back cover, ink stamp on front end page, signed and inscribed by Katie Letcher Lyle on title page, index,chapter notes, bibliography, maps, b&w photos, GOOD-BYE TO OLD PEKING : The Wartime Letters of U.S. Marine Captain John Seymour Letcher 1937-1939, . Signed by Editor. Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+.

$20.00

FOREIGN MUD, Being an Account of the Opium Imbroglio at Canton in the 1830s and the Anglo-Chinese War That Followed

By Collis, Maurice

Faber and Faber, 1969. 319pp. Trade paperback, VG, maps, FOREIGN MUD, Being an Account of the Opium Imbroglio at Canton in the 1830s and the Anglo-Chinese War That Followed, . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$12.50

Oil Paintings of Lin Ming-gang in Paris

By Bo, Shi (translator); Meng-Bing, Zhong (translator)

Koport Technology Ltd. , 1992. c.74pp. White hardback, DJ VG with light rubbing and wear at spine tips, message in Chinese characters on title page, text and captions in Chinese, English and French, 68 art works in color, Oil Paintings of Lin Ming-gang in Paris, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Guo Lin (photos by).

$25.00

RELIGIONS OF CHINA IN PRACTICE
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RELIGIONS OF CHINA IN PRACTICE

By Lopez Jr., Donald S. (editor)

Princeton, 1996. 499pp. Black cloth hardback with DJ, VG, owner name in Chinese ink stamped on title page and upper page edge, no markings in text, index, Collection of 37 essays on the unseen world, communicating with unseen, rituals of seen and unseen, earthly conduct, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$35.00

FEMALE BUDDHAS : Women of Enlightment in Tibetan Mystical Art
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FEMALE BUDDHAS : Women of Enlightment in Tibetan Mystical Art

By Mullin, Glenn H.; Watt, Jeff J.

Clear Light Publishers, 2003. 231pp. Over sized maroon cloth hardback, DJ VG with slight surface scratch on back cover, First Edition, index, bibliography, color illustrations, "Presents an appraisal of the feminine in Tibetan Buddhism and an overview of its prominence in Tibetan art", . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good. Illus. by Marcia Keegan .

$55.00

The China White Paper: August 1949, Volume II Only

By Van Slyke, Lyman P.

Stanford University Press, 1967. 1079pp. Trade paperback, G+, rubbing along edges, slight bump to lower spine edge, VOLUME TWO ONLY, index, annexes, The China White Paper, August 1949, . Trade Paperback. Good+/ .

$10.00

THE CHINESE GENTRY : Studies on Their Role in Nineteenth Century Chinese Society

By Chang, Chung-Li

University of Washington Press, 1955. 250pp. Red cloth hardback, spine has faded, DJ has slight rubbing and wear at spine edges, index, glossary, bibliography, tables, footnotes, figures, THE CHINESE GENTRY : Studies on Their Role in Nineteenth Century Chinese Society, . Hard Cover. Good+/Good+.

$10.00

INSURGENCY AND SOCIAL DISORDER IN GUIZHOU : The "Miao" Rebellion 1854-1873

By Jenks, Robert D.

University of Hawaii Press, 1994. 227pp. Tan cloth hardback with DJ, c.10 pages with ink underlining and marks, index, bibliography, glossary, chapter notes, figures, "the so-called Miao rebellion constituted one of the major rebellions of the nineteenth century. It lasted for twenty years, caused devastation of such severity that its effects were still obvious to travelers in Guizhou province decades later, and, by one account, resulted in the deaths of more than four million people.enhances our understanding of the causes of the rebellion and its place in the crises that beset mid-nineteenth-century China", . Hard Cover. Good+/Very Good.

$20.00

THE CHINESE BLACK CHAMBER : An Adventure in Espionage
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THE CHINESE BLACK CHAMBER : An Adventure in Espionage

By Yardley, Herbert O.

Houghton Mifflin, 1983. 225pp. Tan cloth spine with black boards, DJ VG, First Printing, owner name on title page, "A noted intelligence agent discusses his work for Chiang Kai-shek during the war between Japan and China in 1938, detailing his establishment of a "Black Chamber," his clandestine operations, and his relations with the Chinese echelon", . First Printing. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$15.00

WOMEN POETS OF CHINA
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WOMEN POETS OF CHINA

By Rexroth, Kenneth (translator/editor); Chung, Ling (translator/editor)

New Directions, 1982. 150pp. Trade paperback, VG, ninth printing, bibliography, table of Chinese historical periods, poet's names also written in Chinese, Collection of poems written by Chinese women, . Trade Paperback. Very Good.

$10.00

A GOLD ORCHID : The Love Poems of Tzu Yeh

By Mayhew, Lenore (translator); McNaughton, William (translator)

Charles E Tuttle Co., 1983. 135pp. Small bright blue satin cloth covered hardback, DJ VG, Third Printing, bibliography, Collection of love poems by Tzu Yeh, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$20.00

40 VIDINDAJ LOKOJ EN CINIO

By Sutton, Geoffrey

Cina Esperanto Eldonejo , 1984. 252pp. Mass market pb, G+, light rubbing along edges, 40 VIDINDAJ LOKOJ EN CINIO, index, charts, color photos, maps, . Mass Market Paperback. Good+. Illus. by Lu Dacheng .

$20.00

THE CLASSICAL THEATRE OF CHINA

By Scott, A.C.

George Allen & Unwin, 1957. 256pp. Maroon cloth hardback, DJ has a couple tiny chips and tears along edges, price clipped, slight ink markings on c.5pp., owner name on front end page, indices in English and Chinese, glossary of Chinese technical terms explained in English, The classical theatre of China, . Hard Cover. Very Good/Good+. Illus. by A.C. Scott .

$17.50

A COMINTERN AGENT IN CHINA 1932-1939

By Braun, Otto

Stanford University Press, 1982. 278pp. Red hardback with DJ, VG, indices, appendix, maps, b&w photos, Includes: Shanghai 1932-1933, In the Central Soviet Area 1933-1934, On the long march 1934-1935, Shen-Kan-Ning 1935-1937, The first years of the Anti-Japanese War 1937-1939, `. Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$45.00

BENEATH THE SKY

By Block, Paul

Bantam, 1993. 412pp. Mass market pb, VG, very light rubbing along edges, upper spine tip slightly bumped, inscribed and signed on dedication page, "While Ross Ballinger sets sail for China to join the Opium War there, aristocratic Zoe Ballinger fights for prison reform, and hot-blooded Connor Maginnis vows vengeance against the dynasty that destroyed his family", . Signed by Author. Mass Market Paperback. Very Good.

$12.50

MISOGYNY, CULTURAL NIHILISM, AND OPPOSITIONAL POLITICS : Contemporary Chinese Experimental Fiction

By Tonglin, Lu

Stanford University Press, 1995. 235pp. Pink cloth hardback, DJ VG, index, character list, bibliography, chapter notes, "Written from a feminist perspective, this is a cultural and ideological study of modern China as seen in the writing of experimental fiction, one of the main attempts to subvert the conventions of socialist realism in contemporary Chinese literature", . Hard Cover. Very Good/Very Good.

$9.50

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