2007

CHINA TODAY

Uyghur Ethnicity and Human Rights Discourse in Post 9/11 China
By: Richard Rice

“Soft Power” at Sea: Zheng He and China’a Maritime Diplomacy
By: James R. Holmes

The Filthy Truth: China’s Growing Ecological Crisis and the Danger it Poses for the Rest of the World
By: Daniel A. Metraux

Disaprities Among the Orphans of China
By: James Wolf Yoxall

KOREAN HISTORY

Myth, Memory and Reinvention in Korea: The Case of Tan’gun
By: Michael J. Seth

RELIGION AND POLITICS

Religious Politics, Japanese Style
By: Benjamin Dorman

RAMIFICATIONS OF THE PACIFIC WAR

Philippines,1945. Upon Encountering the Pearl of the Orient: My Foretaste of Anthropology
By: Wilton S. Dillon

Konoe and Hull
By: Kazuo Yagami

WOMEN AND ISLAM

The Status of Women in Islam: Rights, Respect and the Myth of Oppression
By: Elizabeth L. Metraux

PHILIPPINES AND THE ENVIRONMENT

Issues, Concerns, and Challenges in Environmental Adjucation in the Philippine Court System
By: Dominic Nardi

ART AND NATIONAL LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE

Nameless in Murakami Haruki’s A Wild Sheep Chase
By: Elizabeth Carter

Cultural Aspects of Japanese Family Address Terms as Part of Language Learning
By: Xuexin Liu

Gendered Chinas and the National Future: Interpreting Lu Yao
By: Yuan Gao

Fathers and the Search for an Ideal Father in Frank Chin’s The Chicken Coop China man and The Year of the Dragon
By: Xiaoling Shi

Understanding the Importance of Ececticism: K.G. Subramanyan and 20th Century Indian Art
By: Margaret Richardson

Communal Fields and Individual Graves: The Dichotomy Between Individuals and Community in Seven Samurai
By: Amy Phifer

Slightly Out of Character: Shonen Epics, Doujinshi and Japanese Concepts of Masculinity
By: Megan Harrell

SCHOLARLY NOTES

The Soka Gakkai in Cambodia
By: Daniel A. Metraux

Sex Slavery as a National Threat: A Response to Louise Brown’s Sex Slavery: The Trafficking of Women in Asia
By: Aye Mon Htut

BOOK REVIEWS

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Margaret MacMillan,Nixon and Mao: The Week that Changed the World.

James Kynge,China Shakes the World: A Titan’s Rise and Troubled Future-and the Challenge for America.

Yuji Ichioka,Before Internment: Essays in Prewar Japanese American History. Edited by Gordon H. Chang and Eiichiro Azuma.

Xiaolu,Village of Stone.

Diana L. Ahmad,The Opium Debate and Chinese Exclusion Laws in the Nineteenth-Century American West.

Peter Pagnamento and Momoko Williams,Sword and Blossom: A British Officer’s Enduring Love for a Japanese Woman.

Fred Bersten, Bates Gill, Nicholas R. Lardy, and Derek J. Mitchell (The Center for Strategic and International Studies and Institute for International Economics), China, The Balance Sheet: What the World Needs to Know About the Emerging Superpower.

Edward Friedman and Bruce Gilley, Eds.,Asia’s Giants: Comparing China and India.