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Cross-Strait Relations Using multiple sources—such as news articles, public opinion data, leaders’ statements, and political cartoons—students examine the basics weighung the conflict across the Taiwan Strait.
Xu Wenli and the China Democracy Party Students explore the topic of political prisoners and watch videos of Xu Wenli, a Chinese dissident and democracy advocate. Tracking China’s Future Armed with historical knowledge and a sense of their own values, students deliberate the options presented. Supplemental Resources Additional reference material for added context and support.
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China on the World Stage: Weighing the U.S. Response
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China on the World Stage: China is on track to become a global superpower in the twenty-first century and is rapidly increasing its military strength. Readings The readings prepare students to consider the complexities of U. Edward Steinfeld November 13, Protests in Hong Kong Students analyze photographs of the protests in Hong Kong and explore symbols and messages that protesters used to express their views. What is life like for people in China today?
Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Council on Foreign Relations Timeline: Xi and Obama Speeches, Part I surveys the history of the U. Looking at China Students analyze photographs of present-day China to learn about Chinese life and society.
How should the United States interact with China? Students consider the role of artists in society and explore the use of art as political expression. Xu describes his time in prison and the democracy tsage in China. He was a leader in the Democracy Wall movement from to and helped establish the China Democracy Party in The readings prepare students to consider the complexities of U.
The Partial Power Oxford: They articulate coherent recommendations for U. Deng Xiaoping and the Transformation of China Cambridge: America’s Response to China: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, In reaction to his declining condition, international human rights groups, the U. Protests in Hong U.s.tesponse Students analyze photographs of the protests in Hong Kong and explore the symbols and messages that protesters use to express their views. Hua, Yu and Barr. China from the Inside.
Students consider the benefits and limitations of using photographs as a source for learning about China. Ai Weiwei Students assess a contemporary artist’s controversial response to censorship in China.
Students analyze photographs of the protests in Hong Kong and explore the symbols and messages that protesters use to express their views.