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Chinese perspectives on aging in the People"s Republic of China

Jersey Liang

Chinese perspectives on aging in the People"s Republic of China

by Jersey Liang

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Published by International Exchange Center on Gerontology in [Tampa] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aging -- China.,
  • China -- Social conditions -- 1976-.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 20-21.

    Statementby Jersey Liang, Chu Chuanyi, Yuan Jihui.
    ContributionsChu, Chuanyi., Yuan, Jihui., International Exchange Center on Gerontology.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 41 p. ;
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16581564M

    How is it to live in China? Jason makes a good point. If you are privileged either cause $ is not an issue for you, or because you hold a good position or are well-connected to such a person or group of individuals and thus $ is also not an issue.   Until I read about that camera in “The People’s Republic of Amnesia,” I imagined, after decades of reporting from and about China, that nothing there could still shock me.

    In this book, Glen Peterson describes the nature of the official state project by which domestic Overseas Chinese were incorporated into the economic, political and social structures of the People’s Republic of China in the s, examines the multiple and contradictory meanings associated with being "domestic Overseas Chinese", and explores. Aging in China: Implications to Social Policy of a Changing Economic State (International Perspectives on Aging Book 2) eBook: Chen, Sheying, Powell, Jason L.: : Kindle Store.

    According to Zhang Xichun 張錫純 (–), one of the leading reformers of Chinese medicine in the early twentieth century: Many recent medical journal reports take the view that [traditional Chinese] philosophy holds back the progress of medicine, but their authors do not understand the use of philosophy, nor do they understand that philosophy is actually the basis of medicine. People's Republic of China starting in the government of China began to shift its economy into a mixed economy (characteristics of more than one other type of economy, like have free enterprise and command economy) and in PRC came to have both the mixture of a free market economy and a command economy and that made them powerful (this.


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This document consists of the following three papers: (1) "Aging in the People's Republic of China" (Liang), including a item bibliography; (2) "The Reform of China's Social Security System for the Elderly" (Chuanyi); and (3) "Developing Research on Aging in China" (Jihui).

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