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  • Collection: Yuan, Haiwang

Teacher Expectations of Student Reading in Middle and High Schools

This article investigates China's middle school and secondary school teacher expectations of student book use as an aspect of learning environments. A questionnaire was used to probe the following teacher expectations: physical accessibility of…

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Information Innovations: From the Web to the Blog – a Case Study

Purpose – Aims to provide a methodology to establishing a campwide‐blog service and the reasons why libraries might consider using blogging software in their institutions.

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Bridge Cultures and Promote Diversity: A Chinese American Librarian's Experience

What can a Chinese American librarian do to help promote diversity? This may not be a difficult question for Asian Studies librarians or librarians working in libraries whose patrons are mostly ethnic minorities. But for a Chinese American librarian…

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Monkey King

Journey to the West creates a monkey hero known as the Monkey King. The classic Chinese novel is epitomizes various aspects of the Chinese civilization, particularly in terms of its religions, its indigenous popular beliefs in particular.

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Ding Ling

Ding Ling is one of the most controversial women of intellect in contemporary Chinese history. A writer, activist, and a CPC member, her life, legendary as it was, reflected the ups and downs of the modern and contemporary Chinese history.

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Magic Lotus Lantern and Other Tales from the Han Chinese

This chapter is the first of the three parts of the book, The Magic Lotus Lantern and Other Tales from the Han Chinese. This chapter introduces many aspects of China that may intrigue American readers. It provides some background knowledge of the…

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Princess Peacock: Tales from the Other Peoples of China

This book fills a gap in the folklore literature by offering representative folktales from China's minorities, as well as background information on each of the ethnic groups. You'll find more than 50 fantastic and engaging tales, such as Princess…

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Communication Outreach Is Self-Promotion and Marketing: Proactive Community Outreach Is an Unshirkable Responsiblity of Academic Libraries--A Case Study of Western Kentucky University Libraries' Partnership with the Community's Public Library and Bookseller

It is not enough to transform a conventional library of book storage and lending into an electronically driven powerhouse of digitization. In addition to increasing and enhancing its collections, facilities, equipment and patron services, a library…

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Chinese Ethnicities and Their Culture: An Overview

China, the most populous country in the world, is also a nation of great diversity. In addition to the majority population of Han Chinese, there are some 55 officially recognized national minorities--including Tibetan, Mongol, Manchu, Zhuang, Dai,…

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Celebrate Chinese New Year

Children have never had so many reasons to learn how Chinese people everywhere ring in the new and ring out the old. As China takes its new place on the global stage, understanding Chinese culture and values becomes ever more essential to our next…

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