East China

Lord Of East China Sea (1993)  Video

Posted by EnKteam at July 16, 2010
Lord Of East China Sea (1993)

Seung Hoi wong dai ji - Sui yuet fung wan/Lord Of East China Sea (1993)
DVDRip by NORM | MKV/RAR | 656 x 288 | x264 499kbps 29.970fps | AAC 35kbps (2 chnls) 48.0KHz x 2
Language: Cantonese/Mandarin | Subtitle: Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/English/Chinese & English Included | Runtime: 141min | 577.31MB
Genre: Crime | Drama | Mystery

Director: Man Kit Poon
The story of the rise to prominence of Luk, a Shanghai fruit seller who became one of the most powerful men in China in the first half of the 20th Century. Gaining favor with the local Shanghai Police Chief Wong for his courage and know-how, Luk takes a job under Wong. When Wong sends Luk to foil the theft of an opium shipment by General Yuan, Luk, ever the opportunist, mediates an agreement between Wong and Yuan and soon, the French Consulate is "persuaded" to give the opium rights to the now rich threesome. After various conflicts and adventures, his fortunes then pit him on the side of the Kuomintang, who is poised to attack local laborers and student leaders. Realizing he has been used by the Kuomintang Army, Luk inventively creates an economic empire in order to destroy them.
Political Booms: Local Money And Power In Taiwan, East China, Thailand, And The Philippines

Political Booms: Local Money And Power In Taiwan, East China, Thailand, And The Philippines by Lynn T White
English | 10 Aug. 2009 | ISBN: 9812836810 | 727 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

Why have Taiwan, rich parts of China, and Thailand boomed famously, while the Philippines has long remained stagnant both economically and politically? Do booms abet democracy? Does the rise of middle classes promise future liberalization? Why has Philippine democracy brought no boom and barely served the Filipino people? This book, unlike most previous studies, shows that both the roots and results of growth are largely political rather than economic.
Ecological Continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Watersheds to the East China Sea Continental Margin (repost)

Jing Zhang, "Ecological Continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Watersheds to the East China Sea Continental Margin"
2015 | ISBN-10: 3319163388 | 201 pages | PDF | 17 MB
Ecological Continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Watersheds to the East China Sea Continental Margin

Ecological Continuum from the Changjiang (Yangtze River) Watersheds to the East China Sea Continental Margin
Springer | Environmental Sciences | April 30 2015 | ISBN-10: 3319163388 | 201 pages | pdf | 16.9 mb

by Jing Zhang (Editor)

Lord Of East China Sea II (1993)  Video

Posted by EnKteam at July 16, 2010
Lord Of East China Sea II (1993)

Seung Hoi wong dai ji - Hung ba tin ha/Lord Of East China Sea II (1993)
DVDRip by NORM | MKV/RAR | 656 x 288 | x264 498kbps 29.970fps | AAC 51kbps (2 chnls) 48.0KHz x 2
Language: Cantonese/Mandarin | Subtitle: Simplified Chinese/Traditional Chinese/English/Chinese & English Included | Runtime: 98min | 424.08MB
Genre: Crime | Drama | Mystery

Director: Man Kit Poon
The continuing saga of the life of one of the most powerful men in China in the first half of the 20th Century. By the late 1920's, Luk has established himself as the overlord of Shanghai; a player in politics, business, and the huge underworld. But his generosity begins to strain his finances. Pondering his future, he decides to make a strong commitment to the country, opting for high society over getting high. But the 1937 attack by the Japanese on Shanghai throws both Luk and his country into turmoil. Luk is forced to flee to Hong Kong. He returns after the war, but finds the new Nationalist government isn't very accommodating. As China begins its transition to Communist rule, Luk sadly realizes he is heading towards oblivion.

Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at Oct. 12, 2015
Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China

Intimate Rivals: Japanese Domestic Politics and a Rising China (A Council on Foreign Relations Book) by Sheila A. Smith
English | 2015 | ISBN: 0231167881 | 384 pages | PDF | 2,4 MB

Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at June 20, 2015
Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia

Geopolitics and Maritime Territorial Disputes in East Asia (Routledge Security in Asia Pacific Series) by Ralf Emmers
2009 | ISBN: 0415469422 | English | 208 pages | PDF | 1 MB

Japan's Relations With China: Facing a Rising Power  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ChrisRedfield at May 13, 2015
Japan's Relations With China: Facing a Rising Power

Peng Er Lam - Japan's Relations With China: Facing a Rising Power
Published: 2006-04-30 | ISBN: 0415546826, 0415372178 | PDF | 266 pages | 1.77 MB

Biogeochemical Processes of Biogenic Elements in China Marginal Seas  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by MoneyRich at Feb. 8, 2015
Biogeochemical Processes of Biogenic Elements in China Marginal Seas

Biogeochemical Processes of Biogenic Elements in China Marginal Seas (Advanced Topics in Science and Technology in China) by Jinming Song
English | May 21, 2010 | ISBN: 3642040594 | 662 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

"Biogeochemical Processes of Biogenic Elements in China Marginal Seas" is the first monograph dedicated to this topic. The book mainly presents the latest research achievements of China's national research projects about the biogenic element cycling processes in China marginal seas starting in 1999.

The Perils of Proximity: China-japan Security Relations (repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by libr at Aug. 19, 2012
The Perils of Proximity: China-japan Security Relations (repost)

Richard C. Bush, "The Perils of Proximity: China-japan Security Relations"
English | 1st edition | ISBN 10: 0815704747 | 2010 | PDF | 421 pages | 5 MB

The rivalry between Japan and China has a long and sometimes brutal history, and they continue to eye each other warily as the balance of power tips toward Beijing. They cooperate and compete at the same time, but if competition deteriorates into military conflict, the entire world has much to lose. The Perils of Proximity evaluates the chances of armed conflict between China and Japan, presenting in stark relief the dangers it would pose and revealing the steps that could head off such a disastrous turn of events.