Reading Response 4

Reading Response 4 - Hamza Nakhoda Laurie Stahle EASC 150g April 9 2008 Reading Response 4 Suzanne Ogden has divided the book into two parts one in

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Hamza Nakhoda Laurie Stahle EASC 150g April 9, 2008 Reading Response 4 Suzanne Ogden has divided the book into two parts: one in which she talks about the facts of China in a country report and the second in which she has chosen articles written by others concerning China and more recent developments. Throughout the text I never felt the voice of Ogden actually formulating an opinion or view. However, she has done an amazing job in condensing China’s history, culture, society, economy, politics and other important stuff in just 40 pages. It is pointless to write about my views regarding the first part of the book because it is mostly just fact and joins together with everything Prof. Rosen has lectured about like Tiananmen square, Mao, the shifts of power and much more. The articles, however, contained some interesting views regarding how China is now coping with the interesting history it had. The ‘little emperor’ concept which was touched upon in class is also mentioned in quite detail in the articles
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This note was uploaded on 05/05/2008 for the course EASC 150g taught by Professor Rosen during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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Reading Response 4 - Hamza Nakhoda Laurie Stahle EASC 150g April 9 2008 Reading Response 4 Suzanne Ogden has divided the book into two parts one in

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