|Author:||Blaine R. Chiasson|
|Publisher:||UBC Press (July 27, 2010)|
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Contemporary Chinese Studies.
Contemporary Chinese Studies. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011, c2010. x. 285 pp. (Tables, maps, B&W photos, illus. During almost a decade, from 1921-1929, the Chinese government administered Russians, Chinese, Manchus and other foreigners living in the former Tsarist Russian concession in northern Manchuria under the name Special District of the Three Eastern Provinces. However, the 1929 Sino-Soviet conflict over the Chinese Eastern Railway (CER) undermined this administrative experiment, and Japan’s 1931 invasion of Manchuria, followed by the 1932 creation of the puppet state of Manchukuo, quickly destroyed any remaining vestiges of this innovative system.
Administering the Colonizer explores how a non-Western culture dealt with the Western minority under its administration. Blaine R. Chiasson is an associate professor of modern Chinese history and Sino-Russian relations at Wilfrid Laurier University. It reveals that contrary to observations and ideological and national histories emanating from Moscow and present-day Beijing, republican China created policies in a number of areas that not only promoted its own sovereignty but also protected the Russian minority. Библиографические данные.
By Blaine R. Chiasson. SERIES: Contemporary Chinese Studies. Administering the Colonizer is fine scholarship
By Blaine R. In the 1920s, Western observers viewed Harbin, in North Manchuria,as a world turned upside down. Administering the Colonizer is fine scholarship. Chiasson, more than any previous author, details the administrative structures and policies by which the unique city of Harbin was governed during the transition from Russian to Chinese rule. His book makes an outstanding original contribution on a subject that is important in its own right, but even more so as instances of mixed administration (both historical and current) are popular and relevant cases to study. Vancouver: University of British Columbia Press, 2010. Recommend this journal.
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Administering the colonizer. Manchuria's Russians under Chinese rule, 1918-29. by Blaine R. The Chinese government had taken over administration of the Russian-founded Chinese Eastern Railway concession, and its large Russian population
Administering the colonizer. Published 2010 by UBC Press in Vancouver. The Chinese government had taken over administration of the Russian-founded Chinese Eastern Railway concession, and its large Russian population.
FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Victor Zatsepine's history of the formation and environmental condition of the Amur River region, a frontier or meeting place between China and Russia, is essential reading for anyone who wants a better understanding of Sino-Russian relations. ―Blaine Chiasson, author of Administering the Colonizer: Manchuria's Russians under Chinese Rule, 1919–29.