Remote Control In Chinese


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CICAP-B.1-2022 Translated English of Chinese Standard (CICAP-B.1-2022, CICAP-B.1-2022)


CICAP-B.1-2022 Translated English of Chinese Standard (CICAP-B.1-2022, CICAP-B.1-2022)

Author: https://www.chinesestandard.net

language: en

Publisher: https://www.chinesestandard.net

Release Date: 2023-03-28

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China intelligent connected vehicle technical regulations - Appendix B.1: Basic parking assistance evaluation detailed-rules

Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea


Chinese Assertiveness in the South China Sea

Author: Richard Q. Turcsányi

language: en

Publisher: Springer

Release Date: 2017-10-27

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This book offers an assessment of China’s assertive foreign policy behavior with a special focus on Chinese policies in the South China Sea (SCS). By providing a detailed account of the events in the SCS and by analyzing power dynamics in the region, it identifies the driving forces behind China’s assertive foreign policy. Considering China’s power on a domestic as well as an international level, it examines a number of different sources of hard and soft power, including military, economics, geopolitics, and domestic legitimacy. The author demonstrates that Chinese assertiveness in the SCS can be explained not only by increases in China’s power, but also by effective reactions to other actors’ foreign policy changes. The book will appeal to scholars in international relations, especially those interested in a better understanding of South China Sea developments, China’s political power and foreign policy, and East Asian international affairs.

China's America


China's America

Author: Jing Li

language: en

Publisher: State University of New York Press

Release Date: 2012-01-02

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2011 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Winner of the 2011 Best Book Award presented by the Chinese American Librarians Association What do the Chinese think of America? Why did Jiang Zemin praise the film Titanic? Why did Mao call FDR's envoy Patrick Hurley "a clown?" Why did the book China Can Say No (meaning "no" to the United States) become a bestseller only a few years after a replica of the Statue of Liberty was erected during protests in Tianamen Square? Jing Li's fascinating book explores Chinese perceptions of the United States during the twentieth century. As Li notes, these two very different countries both played significant roles in world affairs and there were important interactions between them. Chinese view of the United States were thus influenced by various and changing considerations, resulting in interpretations and opinions that were complex and sometimes contradictory. Li uncovers the historical, political, and cultural forces that have influenced these alternately positive and negative opinions. Revealing in its insight into the twentieth century, China's America is also instructive for all who care about the understandings between these two powerful countries as we move into the twenty-first century.