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AHP23: A Tewo Tibetan Childhood By Rdo rje tshe brtan
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Rdo rje tshe brtan (b. 1986) describes his childhood in Dredze Village, Yiwa Township, Tewo County, Gannan Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Gansu Province, China, as well as being a student in Xining... More > City, Qinghai Province. Topics covered include his family, childhood injuries and illnesses, education, Terang (malicious household deities), mountain deities and associated rituals and sacrifices, death, conflict with other locals, collecting local plants, a birth in the village, stealing fruit, a wedding, plowing, a visit to a hot spring, a lost yak, slaughtering pigs, government confiscation of fields, and slaughtering pigs. Photos provide additional detail.< Less
Introduction to Higher Education in China By Patrick Lee
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This book introduces the higher education and universities in China. It consists of seven chapters as follows. Chapter 1 describes Chinese long history and CCP (Chinese Communism Party) influence on... More > Chinese education. Chapter 2 talks about Chinese students and their attitudes on study and life. Chapter 3 describes Chinese professors who are the main driving force behind the quality of the education. Chapter 4 shows the organization and hierarchy in Chinese university. Chapter 5 shows the rank of Chinese universities in academic programs. Chapter 6 describes a Chinese student who experienced the childhood and education in China. Chapter 7 summarizes the status and future of Chinese higher education.< Less
Introduction to Higher Education in China By Patrick Lee
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This book introduces the higher education and universities in China. It consists of seven chapters as follows. Chapter 1 describes Chinese long history and CCP (Chinese Communism Party) influence on... More > Chinese education. Chapter 2 talks about Chinese students and their attitudes on study and life. Chapter 3 describes Chinese professors who are the main driving force behind the quality of the education. Chapter 4 shows the organization and hierarchy in Chinese university. Chapter 5 shows the rank of Chinese universities in academic programs. Chapter 6 describes a Chinese student who experienced the childhood and education in China. Chapter 7 summarizes the status and future of Chinese higher education.< Less
AHP9: A Ngawa Tibetan Nomad Childhood By Rin chen rdo rje
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"I was born in a pastoral family in the autumn of 1986, in Rongrima Village, Hongyuan County, Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan Province, PR China. When I was a child, my... More > family lived in a 'four-column' wood house made using four poles placed in a rectangular configuration in the center of the home. Four shorter poles were behind the central columns. Four-pillar wood houses had flat roofs with several compartments, and had a skylight in the center that allowed light into the home and allowed smoke from the hearth to escape. We lived in our wood house from November to April. As flowers began to bud and calves were born, we took out our black yak-hair tent and pitched it, which announced that we would soon start moving to our camp on the open grassland where we would stay through spring, summer, and autumn."< Less
AN UNEXPECTED GIFT FROM THE GODS: BOYHOOD IN NORTHWEST CHINA By YANG JIALIANG
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My name is Chao. I'm an ordinary person from a poor mountain village in northwest China. Like most other human beings, I often ponder: Why do I exist? How should I live? What is the meaning of my... More > life? I believe my life is not worthless. Everyone should be appreciated and each of us should be valued as a wonderful individual. This is why I wrote this book - to share with others the narrative of my life; to allow others to know another human being's life story. My parents had two children. Brother was born in 1982 and 10 years later in 1992, I was born. Mother was then 38 and Father was 42. I was an accident. My parents had decided to give me away because they were afraid of violating the one-child policy and because they were so poor. They had decided to give me to a rich family who would in return give them a truck. However, at that time Brother was very attached to me. He cried a lot when he heard that my parents would give me away. My parents then decided to keep me no matter the difficulties they faced.< Less
AN UNEXPECTED GIFT FROM THE GODS: BOYHOOD IN NORTHWEST CHINA By Yang Jialiang
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In 2015, I was twenty-three and no longer a child who smiled at everyone after his mother's death. Most of my fellow villagers had moved to cities. The village lanes were overgrown with weeds.... More > Some houses had collapsed. Our house still stood, however, even though it was made of adobe and wood. Father still lived in the house, which seems as old as he was. My name is Chao. I'm an ordinary person from a poor mountain village in northwest China.Like most other human beings, I often ponder: Why do I exist? How should I live? What is the meaning of my life? I believe my life is not worthless. Everyone should be appreciated and each of us should be valued as a wonderful individual. This is why I wrote this book - to record my life directly and share with others the narrative of my life - to provide a way for others to know another human being's life story.< Less
Memoirs of a Foreign-Devil's Daughter By Margaret Freeman
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The memoir of Margaret Dempsey's childhood in China and Cornwall in the early years of the twentieth century.
RIDING THE FLYING HORSE By Jyotsna lal
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A Diary of interesting. Events of childhood . A tale of travel around world visiting 10 countries. Two women. Facing odds of. Age and gender. Proving. Women power Buy this book.and email the... More > author to get an free ebook.of. stories as a gift< Less
The Christmas Angel By Heather Eagan
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A mother gives her daughter, Hannah, a doll one Christmas morning. This doll, Stella, becomes Hannah's beloved childhood companion, and goes on to be a symbol of Christmas, that ties past and present... More > together in a tradition that will span the generations of Hannah's family. A heartwarming tale of the joys of childhood and the magic of Christmas.< Less
The Christmas Angel By H.M.K. Eagan & Charnell Moore
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A mother gives her daughter, Hannah, a doll one Christmas morning. This doll, Stella, becomes Hannah's beloved childhood companion, and goes on to be a symbol of Christmas, that ties past and present... More > together in a tradition that will span the generations of Hannah's family. A heartwarming tale of the joys of childhood and the magic of Christmas.< Less

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