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  • On Giving Up Publishing
    On Friday evenings, we eat at home in New York, lamps low as the sun sets over the Hudson. We catch up on what’s happened during the week: the news from Beijing and our far-flung children, the meetings we’ve had, new projects started, funny stories from work. It’s a simple meal, usually fish and salad, The post On Giving Up Publishing appeared first on Berkshire Publishing.
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  • Tenaciously Tackling Copyright and Licensing
    The company I own, Berkshire Publishing Group, conducts a lot of business in China, so I’m always being asked about intellectual property rights (IPR). I’ve learned that many people equate China with piracy, and stories float around the academic world about bookstore shelves filled with unauthorized copies of monographs and popular nonfiction titles. In fact, The post Tenaciously Tackling Copyrigh...
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  • Kerry Brown reviews Citizen Clem by John Bew
    While wandering around China in late September last year, on the interminable bus and high speed train journeys, I managed to read through my colleague at King’s College, John Bew’s new biography of Clement Attlee, Citizen Clem (Quercus 2016). This is an Amazon affiliate link for your convenience. We also encourage you to buy The post Kerry Brown reviews Citizen Clem by John Bew appeared first on...
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  • REVIEW All Out War: The Story of How Brexit Sunk Britain’s Political Class by Tim Shipman
    The Chinese Year of the Rooster is apparently – it being a fire rooster we are talking about – the year to bring things to fulfilment but not to instigate them. Anyone searching for a text book on how not to implement or achieve might care to look through the hundreds of pages of All The post REVIEW All Out War: The Story of How Brexit Sunk Britain’s Political Class by Tim Shipman appeared first o...
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  • Should I go on the US Trade Mission to China in November?
    Yesterday morning I read in the Sinocism newsletter that the Commerce Department is looking for applicants to join the trade mission around President Trump’s November trip to China. Editor Bill Bishop added, "I am hearing that there is less CEO enthusiasm to join this trip than in previous years given CEO worries about being too closely The post Should I go on the US Trade Mission to China in Nove...
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  • REVIEW Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong with the Language of Politics by Mark Thompson
    Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong with the Language of Politics (Bodley Head 2016) is about a very important subject, and Mark Thompson outlines that reasonably enough. Public discourse now is degraded – or so Thompson believes. We only have to witness the linguistic carnage that occurred during the recent elections in the US. Public trust The post REVIEW Enough Said: What’s Gone Wrong with the Langu...
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  • REVIEW The Tale of the Axe: How the Neolithic Revolution Transformed Britain by David Miles
    In the wet spring of 1991, I spent a week travelling around ancient earthworks and Iron Age forts. It was a somewhat esoteric interest I had developed then with a friend, and we managed to haul my ramshackle Ford to places like Maiden Castle, Cadbury (regarded as a likely candidate for the Arthurian Camelot - The post REVIEW The Tale of the Axe: How the Neolithic Revolution Transformed Britain by ...
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  • REVIEW Through by David Herd
    This is an Amazon affiliate link for your convenience. We also encourage you to buy from independent bookstores, other online vendors, or directly from publisher, or to borrow a copy from your local library. I enjoyed reading David Herd’s Through (Carcanet Press 2016), a collection of poetry assembled from some events and other The post REVIEW Through by David Herd appeared first on Berkshire Pub...
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  • REVIEW The Journals of Kierkegaard by Søren Kierkegaard, translated by Alexander Dru
    Søren Kierkegaard has been a figure that I have felt, since first encountering his work during a year trying to study philosophy at Cambridge in the mid-1980s, I should have liked more. The themes, the literary treatment, the playful use of pseudonyms, and the relentless focus on humanity's religious fate, were all powerful and appealing The post REVIEW The Journals of Kierkegaard by Søren Kierkeg...
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  • REVIEW Turgenev’s Letters by Ivan Turgenev, edited by A. V. Knowles
    Aged about 19, I spent part of one summer reading the Penguin translations of the novels and short stories of Ivan Turgenev. That sits a bit stark in the memory now, because despite the exquisite impression they made, with their delicate descriptions of gentle disappointment and bitter sweet love, I never went back and reread The post REVIEW Turgenev’s Letters by Ivan Turgenev, edited by A. V. Kno...
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  • Brian Black talking with Karen Christensen about Energy
    Brian Black talks with Karen Christensen about Energy, the subject of his article for volume 10 of the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Future of Sustainability. www.berkshirepublishing.com Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: http://berkshirepublishing.com/product.aspx?projid=62 Crude Reality: Petroleum in World History http://www.amazon.com/Crude-Reality-Petroleum-History-Explo...
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  • Julia Wolf talking with Karen Christensen about Shipping
    Author Julia Wolf talks with Karen Christensen about Shipping, the subject of her article for volume 10 of the Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability: The Future of Sustainability. www.berkshirepublishing.com Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability http://berkshirepublishing.com/product.aspx?projid=62
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  • WhoShiWhat?!
    On a spring day in New York City, we asked passersbys to try a little easy Chinese. "Just tell us something about yourself," we said. But it wasn't so easy.... Try speaking Chinese for yourself! You'll find tips, resources, and much more at ChinaConnectU. Visit http://www.chinaconnectu.com today. Exclusive teaching materials, Chinese, and pinyin translations for this video available to ChinaCo...
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  • Slicing the duck
    Duck being expertly carved by a chef in China. To learn more about China, read the Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=2010) and This is China (http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=2010)
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  • Dancing is so fun (filmed at a park in China)
    A couple dancing in a park in China. To learn more about China, read the Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=2010) and This is China (http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=2010)
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  • Beijing Opera in the park
    Makeup for a performance of Beijing Opera in a park in Beijing, on the day of the Moon Festival. To learn more about China, read the Berkshire Encyclopedia of China: http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=65 or This Is China: http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=2010
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  • Street music in China
    A talented musician performs on a street in Beijing. Learn all about China by reading the Berkshire Encyclopedia of China: http://www.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projID=65

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