4 edition of Taiwanisation found in the catalog.
George Woei Tsai
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||George Tsai Woei, Peter Yu Kien-hong.|
|Series||East Asian Institute (EAI) contemporary China series -- no. 31.|
|Contributions||Yu, Peter Kien-hong, 1953-, National University of Singapore. East Asian Institute.|
|LC Classifications||DS799.847 .T73 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||43 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||43|
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The authors examine the strategies and tactics in implementing the Taiwanisation policy, weighing its effectiveness, Beijing's reaction, and the problems and prospects of pursuing this policy. Contents: The Politics of Taiwanisation (I): Rise of New Taiwanism (G W Tsai) The Politics of Taiwanisation (II): The Road to a New Identity (P K-H Yu).
The first article in this book examines what "Taiwanization" is, how it came about and how it is perceived and presented by the major political parties. The second article spells out the significance of understanding Taiwanization and the motivations of the proponents of the Taiwanization policy.
What this so-called Taiwanisation is and how it came about are addressed in the first article. The evolution of this Taiwanese consciousness, and how it is perceived and presented by major political parties like the Democratic Progressive Party, the Kuomintang, the People First Party and the New Party, are then discussed.
Buy Taiwanisation: Its Origin and Politics (East Asian Institute Contemporary China) (East Asian Institute Contemporary China Series) by Yu, Peter Kien-hong, Woei, George Tsai, East Asian Institute (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Abstract: Along with Taiwan’s economic growth and political reforms, the rise of a new Taiwanese consciousness is not only inevitable, but also an irreversible, natural and even healthy development.
But, since it will complicate the issue of Taiwan’s reunification with the mainland, it has also become a political football in Taiwan’s domestic politics, with politicians and political.
Written by a Taiwanese who party grew up in the US, the book promises a good balance between inside information and outsiders' astonishment. I was personally hoping for Taiwan-specific, in-dept cultural information in daily life/5(19). BR2: Book review on SEEBERG, Vilma (), The Rhetoric and Reality of Mass Education in Mao's China (International Review of Education, ) P Education Reform in Taiwan: A Search for 'National' Identity through Democratisation and Taiwanisation.
Books shelved as taiwan: Green Island by Shawna Yang Ryan, The Astonishing Color of After by Emily X.R. Pan, The Stolen Bicycle by Wu Ming-Yi, The Man wi. The book explores the ways in which this relatively new identity formed during the late 20th century.
Hopefully in reading this book the reader will have a better grasp of the gap that exists between Taiwan and China. While on the surface it would make sense to many that the shared culture naturally makes Taiwan a part of the China, this book Author: Jordan Yamashita. Abstract. Historically, the concept of “Taiwan” has played a variety of roles in the politics of the island.
During the Qing 淸 dynasty (– in Taiwan), the Han-settled areas of Taiwan were local areas within the larger Qing empire, while the aboriginal areas were quite literally “off the map.”Cited by: “Taiwanisation” was used by the KMT to gain support, renew its outdated image, and maintain cultural hegemony.
Cultural policy in the s, such as the Community Construction Movement, took up the role of promoting Taiwanese culture, fostering a sense of Taiwanese awareness, and promoting a Cited by: 8.
The "Taiwanisation" of Hong Kong politics can be seen in the way local pro-democracy campaigners are pushing for change.
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Thank you Josine for adding my book 'Formosa, voorgoed verloren', which appeared in October. This is a novel closely based on the true story of Holland's colonisation of seventeenth-century Taiwan, and of course, Zheng Cheng-Gong's role in the fall of the colony. Move. Moved here. Since accounts vary as to whether Taiwan's political split with the mainland was a secession from a majority Communist state, or was the only remnant of a still-legitimate Nationalist state, it is difficult to say whether there is a parallel to the political situation of remains very polarized, and can only be said to be an example of political de-centralization.
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Law, W.W. The Taiwanisation, Democratisation and Internationalisation of Higher Education in Taiwan. In M. Bray & W.O. Lee (eds.), Education and Political Transition: Themes and Experiences in East Asia Hong Kong: Comparative Education Research Centre, Cited by:.
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