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Synonyms for China

Synonyms for China

a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia

high quality porcelain originally made only in China

a government on the island of Taiwan established in 1949 by Chiang Kai-shek after the conquest of mainland China by the Communists led by Mao Zedong

dishware made of high quality porcelain

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Being among the first to extend comparative methods of classification to the political forms in human societies, Montesquieu may be the first Western thinker to formulate a Sinologistical approach to Chinese civilization and was certainly a pivotal figure in the transition of Sinologism from its early romantic idealization to realistic denigration in its mature stages.
Harmony, he said, traces the history of the subject through 5000 years of Chinese civilization, analyzing its evolution, and more importantly, its transition from a philosophical concept to a concrete pillar of policy.
Gold is also used in the dragons which are legendary representation in the Chinese civilization.
He mentioned the evergreen friendship between Pakistan and China, whose peoples benefited from their rich civilizational interactions spanning several millenniums between the Indus Valley and Gandhara civilizations and the Chinese civilization.
Chen Xu presented a welcome speech, calling on students to learn from Li Xiaolin, to embed the value of individual in the enduring process of Chinese civilization and take it as the fundamental of national prosperity.
The world's "oldest noodles," they said, had been preserved along the Huang He Valley, often called "the cradle of Chinese civilization.
It is a unifying symbol of national identity and cultural solidarity, and as a grand monument to a glorious Chinese past, it remains time immemorial a supranational symbol for the endurance and long-lived strength of Chinese civilization.
The relationship between Chinese civilization and Islamic civilization goes back years," Wen said in a speech delivered at the Cairo-based headquarters of the 22-member Arab League.
To address these concerns and to foster the development of inter-disciplinary archaeometric approaches in China, collaborative scientific research into the economy and technology of several key Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age sites in the Central Plains was undertaken under the auspices of the Chinese government-funded Origins of Chinese Civilization Project.
Beijing University's Yuan Xingpei, who spoke at the forum's high-profile opening ceremony at the Great Hall of the People about the lessons we can learn today from the history of Chinese civilization, explained "civilization modes" the most eloquently.
In particular, he notes the contrasts between nomadic civilization and Chinese civilization in the north, and the manner in which the nomadic culture became incorporated into Chinese life during the Six Dynasties period in matters of food, clothing, horseback riding, burial practice, and the roles of women.
This insightful and richly documented study by Linda Barnes explores how Western conceptualizations of the healing traditions of China have historically reflected the broader cultural trends and assumptions that have shaped European and American attitudes towards Chinese civilization.
He shares the prize with Yu Yingshih, 76, a pre-eminent historian of Chinese civilization.
In that sense, the Taiping movement was revolutionary in the root meaning of the word: to complete the circle and go back to the roots of Chinese civilization.
Cross Culture and Faith records the transformation of James Mellon Menzies from a Canadian missionary to China to an archaeologist of ancient Chinese civilization.
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