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ISBN:193813401X
Author: Weiwei Zhang
ISBN13: 978-1938134012
Title: China Wave, The: Rise Of A Civilizational State
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Wcpc (March 21, 2012)
Pages: 208

China Wave, The: Rise Of A Civilizational State by Weiwei Zhang



Section titles include 'The China Model May Win Out' and 'Political Reform, the Chinese Way'). It depicts China's rise as the rise of a civilization - something bigger than a nation. - Didi Kirsten Tatlow "The New York Times:The Risks of Taking China's Helm". It provides analytical and original interpretations of the Chinese model of economic and political development.

China's rise, according to Zhang, is not the rise of an ordinary country, but the rise of a different type of country, a country sui generis, a civilizational state, a new model of development and a new political discourse which indeed questions many of the Western assumptions about democracy, good governance and human rights. The book is as analytical as it is provocative, and should be required reading for everyone concerned with the rise of China and its global implications.

Zhang Weiwei on July 11 in Berlin, Germany, at an event on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), sponsored by the German Schiller Institute. The title of Dr. Zhang’s speech was, The China Model and its Implications. Dr. Zhang delivered a provoca-tive presentation on the Chinese Development Model, providing insights into the systemic thinking behind the economic and political de-velopment of China over the last four decades.

China Wave, The book. As a leading thinker from China, Zhang Weiwei provides an original, comprehensive and engrossing study on the rise of China and its effective yet controversial model of development, and the book has become a centerpiece of an unfolding debate within China on the nature and future of the world's most popu This is a best-seller in China and a geopolitical book.

As a leading thinker from China, Zhang Weiwei provides an original, comprehensive and engrossing study on the rise of China and its effective yet controversial model of development, and the book has become a centerpiece of an unfolding debate within China on the nature and future of the world's most populous nation and its possible global impact.

This is a best-seller in China and a geopolitical book for our times. As a leading thinker from China, Zhang Weiwei provides an original, comprehensive and engrossing study on the rise of China and its effective yet controversial model of development, and the book has become a centerpiece of an unfolding debate within China on the nature and future of the world's most populous nation and its possible global impact.

Few scholars from the mainland are as urbane, connected and savvy as Zhang Weiwei. He should be amply equipped to write an effective rebuttal to criticisms about human rights and free markets, without engaging in boosterism or intellectual dishonesty. He has missed the chance to do so. Zhang begins by shedding any pretence of objectivity: The China Wave is dedicated to the late Deng Xiaoping (Zhang served as his English interpreter). For Zhang, Chinese history comes in two sections. First, a past that was glorious until Western humiliations cowed a once-proud civilisation.

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This is a best-seller in China and a geopolitical book for our times. As a leading thinker from China, Zhang Weiwei provides an original, comprehensive and engrossing study on the rise of China and its effective yet controversial model of development, and the book has become a centerpiece of an unfolding debate within China on the nature and future of the world's most populous nation and its possible global impact. China's rise, according to Zhang, is not the rise of an ordinary country, but the rise of a different type of country, a country sui generis, a civilizational state, a new model of development and a new political discourse which indeed questions many of the Western assumptions about democracy, good governance and human rights. The book is as analytical as it is provocative, and should be required reading for everyone concerned with the rise of China and its global implications.
Reviews: 7
Kendis
A book to read in this times to understand the silent and firm path of China to be a real superpower in 2049.
Alien
Interesting viewpoint of China. But there is an error. Lim Kit Siang is not a Thai opposition. He is Malaysian DAP leader.
Rich Vulture
Interesting perspective from within China but sometimes it seems like propaganda.
Zeus Wooden
Very informative
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Best of Harmony
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Director General
World Harmony Organization
Villo
I found it to be very informative and interesting.
Jogrnd
This is a meritocratic and cultural explanation of China's success and failures and overall growth since opening up 30 yeares ago.. I am only halfway through the book but I find in it a frank and open discussion of what China is doing right , "crossing the river on hidden stones" and stressing the cultural belief in harmony among other Chinese cultural philosophies. I recommend it to any who wish to explore the new China.
This book exhibits the party line of China with only vague references to current issues.
For that purpose it is as interesting as the current Chinese News, but poorly documents major conflicts in the current state of China.