Harbin to Hanoi

This book uncovers the regional diversity of the colonial built form found from Harbin to Hanoi, varied experiences of the foreign powers in Asia, flexible interactions between the colonizers and the colonized, and the risks entailed in ...

Author: Laura Victoir

Publisher: Hong Kong University Press

ISBN: 9888139428

Category: History

Page: 316

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Colonial powers in China and northern Vietnam employed the built environment for many purposes: as an expression of imperial aspirations, a manifestation of supremacy, a mission to civilize, a re-creation of a home away from home, or simply as a place to live and work. In this volume, scholars of city planning, architecture, and Asian and imperial history provide a detailed analysis of how colonization worked on different levels, and how it was expressed in stone, iron, and concrete. The process of creating the colonial built environment was multilayered and unpredictable. This book uncovers the regional diversity of the colonial built form found from Harbin to Hanoi, varied experiences of the foreign powers in Asia, flexible interactions between the colonizers and the colonized, and the risks entailed in building and living in these colonies and treaty ports.

Index of NLM Serial Titles

... HANOI TRAVAUX SCIENTIFIQUES - FACULTE DE MEDECINE DE HANOI (
0304–081X) WI TR293 T19960000 ... REPORTS OF TOKYO PUBLIC HEALTH
STUDIES WI TO192 S24240000 HARBIN HA-ERH-PIN CHUNG: HARBIN
CHINESE ...

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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Category: Medicine

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A keyword listing of serial titles currently received by the National Library of Medicine.




Hanoi Hellground

Then , the familiar whopping flatulence of rotor blades sent them streaking for the
concealing safety of the tall jungle giants Within seconds , a Mil Mi - 4 Soviet
chopper , of the type produced in China , at the Harbin State Factory , flew along
 ...

Author: John Lansing

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780722153802

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Page: 312

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Survey of China Mainland Press

Harbin Opera Troupe in Hanoi ( NCNA - English , Hanoi , January 29 , 1957 ) in
ver 50 - member Chinese Opera Troupe from Harbin arrived here by train today .
It was welcomed at the station by Vietnamese artists , Performances will begin in
 ...

Author: United States. Consulate General (Hong Kong, China)

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Category: China

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Summary of World Broadcasts

Other Reports Vietnam condemns British withdrawal from UNESCO Hanoi radio
reported ( 1445 gmt 7 Nov 85 ) that in an ... Harbin and Edmonton sign co -
operation agreement Harbin , capital of Heilongjiang Province , and Edmonton of
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Author: British Broadcasting Corporation. Monitoring Service

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Category: East Asia

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Newspapers in Australian Libraries Overseas newspapers

Hanoi moi ( Hanoi , Vietnam ) 117 Harbin daily See Ha - ern - pin jin pao ( Harbin
, China ) 10 Harian abadi ( Jakarta . Indonesia 50 Harian kami ( Jakarta ,
Indonesial 50 Harian lembago ( Medan . Indonesia ) 54 Harian rakjat ( Jakarta ...

Author: National Library of Australia

Publisher: Canberra : National Library of Australia

ISBN: 9780642992987

Category: Australian newspapers

Page: 190

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The New Book of Knowledge

Esfahan . Fuzhou . Gorkiy ( Nizhnly Novgorod ) . Guangzhou . Hanoi .. Harbin .
Hiroshima . Ho Chi Minh City . Hohhot . Hong Kong . Hyderabad ( India )
Hyderabad ( Pakistan ) Inchon .. Irkutsk .. Islamabad . Izmir . Jahrum . Jaipur .
Jakarta .

Author:

Publisher: Grolier Academic Reference

ISBN: 9780717205332

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 21

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An illustrated encyclopedia with articles on history, literature, art and music, geography, mathematics, science, sports, and other topics. Some articles include activities, games, or experiments.




Beyond the Amur

Beyond the Amur describes the distinctive frontier society that emerged in the Amur, a river region that shifted between Qing China and Imperial Russia as the two empires competed for resources.

Author: Victor Zatsepine

Publisher: UBC Press

ISBN: 0774834129

Category: History

Page: 212

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Beyond the Amur describes the distinctive frontier society that emerged in the Amur, a river region that shifted between Qing China and Imperial Russia as the two empires competed for resources. Official histories depict the Amur as a distant battleground caught between rival empires. Zatsepine, by contrast, views it as a unified natural economy populated by Chinese, Russian, Indigenous, Japanese, Korean, Manchu, and Mongol people who crossed the border in search of work or trade and who came together to survive a harsh physical environment. This colourful account of a region and its people highlights the often-overlooked influence of frontier developments on state politics and imperial policies and histories.


News from Hsinhua News Agency

021630 over 1,000 enemy troops wiped out in 20 days in quang nam province sh
vietnam ) hanoi , february sixteenth ... hockey team plays first harbin match harbin
, february sixteenth chsinhua ) the touring polish katowice city ice - hockey ...

Author: Xin hua tong xun she

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Category: China

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Hsinhua News Agency Release

... personnel and add to the “ This shows that the South Vietnam regime staff
actually engaged in commercial work end item is ineligible for U . N .
membership , ” the paper noted end item 030416 Harbin Opera Troupe in
Vietnam Hanoi , Mar .

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Category: China

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