China, post-Mao search for civilian industrial technology

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Get this from a library. China, post-Mao search for civilian industrial technology: a research paper. [National Foreign Assessment Center (U.S.);]. Book Description: Along with the political and economic reforms that have characterized the post-Mao era in China there has been a potentially revolutionary change in Chinese science and technology.

Here sixteen scholars examine various facets of the current science and technology scene, comparing it with the past and speculating about future.

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The technological and industrial history of China is extremely varied, China extensive. China's industrial sector has shown great progress using most of its technology from the s. China's industrial sector has shown great progress using most of its technology from the s.

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When in Chinese astrophysicist Fang Lizhi sought asylum for months in the U.S. Embassy in BeijingCited by: History of science and technology in the People's Republic of China Jump to In the post-Mao Zedong era, The Chinese Academy of Sciences institutes employed China's best-qualified civilian scientists and had better laboratories, equipment, and libraries than institutes in the other four research systems.

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China's one-child rule is unassailably one of the most controversial social policies of all time. In the first book of its kindCited by: China's defense-industrial complex produced weapons and equipment based predominantly on Soviet designs of the s and s; because of a lack of foreign exchange, a low short-term threat perception, and an emphasis on the three other modernizations (agriculture, industry, and science and technology), China had decided to develop its defense.

China's search for ideal models must continue even as the most recent precedents sought in the example of international communism disintegrate. Pepper, S. Post-Mao Reforms in Chinese Education: Can The Ghosts of the Past be Laid to Rest.

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On May 12,a devastating earthquake ripped apart Wenchuan county in Sichuan province, south-west China. Military and civilian rescuers arrived swiftly at the scene, saving countless lives.

But despite their crucial importance they have received less attention than agricultural or industrial policy. This study analyzes the recent reforms of the civilian science and technology sector and relates them to to the broader reform program in post-Mao China, emphasizing the vital role they have to fulfill.

Mar 17,  · Nie argued that it was the only way for China to become atruly international power. In addition, he promised that spinoffs fromthese high-technology pursuits would enhance the conventional weaponry and industrial strength of the country.

Their successes did not shield the strategic weaponeers from the wrenching reforms in the post-Mao era. Shenzhen's cityscape results from its vibrant economy — made possible by rapid foreign investment following the institution of the policy of "reform and opening-up" in The city is a leading global technology hub, dubbed by media as the next Silicon Valley and China's Silicon Valley.

It was one of the fastest-growing cities in the world in the s and the s, and has been ranked Country: People's Republic of China. The Paradox of China's Post-Mao Reforms (Harvard Contemporary China Series, No. 12) Merle Goldman, Roderick MacFarquhar China's bold program of reforms launched in the late s--the move to a market economy and the opening to the outside world--ended the political chaos and economic stagnation of the Cultural Revolution and sparked China's.

China saw itself surrounded on all sides by so-called barbarian peoples whose cultures were demonstrably inferior by Chinese standards. This China-centered ("sinocentric") view of the world was still undisturbed in the nineteenth century, at the time of the first serious confrontation with the West.

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The Ming Dynasty (–) marked in the long history of China a period of cultural, political, demographic, and economic renaissance, after less than a century (–) of rule by the alien Mongol conquerors from the steppes.

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The wealth of the Ming Empire attracted European traders and missionaries with whom foreign silver, crops, and knowledge flowed into the country at Author: Kent Deng. Science and Technology in China’s Development: A Framework for Analysis 2. Reforms in S&T Organizational Structure, R&D and Innovation 3.

Science and Technology in Chinese Agriculture (Biotechnology, GM Crops& Foods) 4. Science and Technology in Industrial Development (Turnkey, Tech in SOEs & High tech) 5. The Political Economy of Counterrevolution in China: INTRODUCTION The wrath expressed towards post-Mao China in this book would not be half as great if the In his book Cultural Revolution and Industrial Organization in China, Charles Bettelheim explained.

Deng Xiaoping and his supporters in the Post-Mao leadership, road to industrial production of high technology]. Beijing: Beijing Renmin. delineating China’s science and technology (S&T Author: Erik Baark. THE AIR FORCE AS A CASE STUDY In one sense the relative eclipse of the post-Mao reformers in the spring and summer of was a case of reform fatigue: increasingly, it appeared that.

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What better way to crush America, degrade it’s independence by transfering industry and technology to China, where the multinational corporations feed off of cheap labor, and a castrated US, will eventually clamor for authoritarian rule, as the Congress becomes ineffectual, poverty creeps higher, and you have change in the winds of a Constitution under fire.

It is still the name of China's army today. The name demonstrates that the CCP considered that they were fighting in alliance with other non-GMD parties against the GMD. In the new constitution for China agreed inthe PLA is an integral part of the government, with very province and region having a military and a civilian leader.

Jan 01,  · National Defense University Press The premier professional military and academic publishing house. By key military figures in China’s post-Mao leadership included Deng Xiaoping, Marshal Ye Jianying [叶剑英], and General Zhang Aiping.

technology, and industrial affairs. In. Apr 24,  · Associates’ Book Publications; Search; Manned Space Program and Making of Chinese National Identity it is not surprising to see post-Mao China using concrete technology to rebuild its endangered national identity.

In order to highlight “Chineseness” and “Greatness,” the Chinese government constructed a series of concrete images to. - urged people to make a superhuman effort to increase farm and industrial output and created communes The number of civilian deaths was internally estimated by the Chinese government to be near or above 10, spoke out publicly against official corruption and the continuing influence of Marxist-Leninist concepts in post-Mao china.

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Academic independent international publisher specialising in economics, law, business and management and public policy.In post-Mao China, the discipline of historiography has not been separated from politics, although a much greater range of historical topics has been discussed.

Figures from Confucius--who was bitterly excoriated for his "feudal" outlook by Cultural Revolution-era historians--to Mao himself have been evaluated with increasing flexibility.Recent years have brought a rapid growth of ECONOMIC GROWTH AND EMPLOYMENT IN CHINA industrial activity at the commune and brigade levels, where there are now over 1 million small factories and other enterprises.

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