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365 Must-See Chinese Traditional Architecture
by Sifei
This book is authored by an amateur team of professionals in the fields of architectural history, fine arts, archeology, and history. The team chooses everyday images of key cultural relics under state protection and adds a 150-word footnote to each. The pages include buildings, painted sculptures, wall paintings, ruins, burials, and rock caves. (750 p.)
East China Normal University Press

Advanced High-Plasticity Magnesium Alloys
by Pan Fusheng
This book, which focuses on high-plasticity magnesium alloys, provides a detailed discussion on the development, key mechanisms, and characteristics influencing the plasticity of magnesium alloys. It also introduces the first-principle calculation for high-plastic magnesium alloys, and some newly developed high-plastic magnesium alloys, including Mg-Gd-Zr, Mg-Mn, Mg-Sn, and Mg-Gd-Y-Zn-Mn. (280 p.)
Chongqing University Press

Buddhist Psychology
by Chen Bing
The author conducts a modern consolidation of the doctrines about the heart and soul, which form the core of Buddhist thoughts from the past and present in China and around the world. It is an academic masterpiece with both simplicity and depth and a textbook for readers interested in Buddhist psychology. (1,150 p.)
Shaanxi Normal University General Publishing House

China Road: Basic Education in China in the Context of Globalization
by Huang Zhongjing et al.
The book explores the path of Chinese education under globalization. It discusses the possibility of educational development with respect to fairness, quality, comprehensiveness, independence, professional guidance, and a Sino-Western blend. (276 p.)
East China Normal University Press

Chinese Insects Illustrated
by Zhang Weiwei and Li Yuansheng
Using an extensive collection of field ecological photos and descriptions of features, living habits, and distribution areas, this book presents nearly 2,200 species of insects in China. It is a valuable biological tool and a treasure trove for entomologists and all nature lovers. (690 p.)
Chongqing University Press

Chinese Short Classics: Second Collection
by Edited by Shi Tiesheng
This collection contains representative works by winners of major Chinese literary prizes, including the Mao Dun, Lu Xun, and Lao She awards. It includes deep analyses of human nature and also shows inclusiveness and tolerance. (1,867 p.)
East China Normal University Press

Collection of Ancient Books of the Yuan Dynasty, The
by Edited by Han Geping
This second series of 12 volumes is a collection of existing literature produced during the Yuan Dynasty. It is an important reference for academic research on the political, economic, and cultural studies of that period as well as for the study of ancient Chinese philosophy and history. (5,860 p.)
Beijing Normal University Press

Darriwilian to Katian (Ordovician) Graptolites from Northwest China
by Chen Xu
The result of nearly 30 years of stratigraphic investigation in northwestern China, this book is a systematic paleontology of 131 species belonging to 43 genera from the mid-Darriwilian to early Katian periods, illustrated with taxonomic, stratigraphic, and biogeographic comment. (354 p.)
Zhejiang University Press

Development of the Coral Island Freshwater Lens
by Zhou Congzhi
This book introduces the generation, dynamics, development, and protection of the coral island freshwater lens. The main content includes laboratory simulation and hydrogeology surveys, mathematical models, developmental strategies, and protection of the lens, as well as the formation and distribution of coral islands. (408 p.)
Chongqing University Press

Diary of Fu Bingchang: 1943–1945
by Annotated by Foo Yeewah and Zhang Li
Readers will learn from this annotated collection of the experience of the Republic of China’s ambassador to the U.S.S.R. (1943–1949) on the eve of and during the first two years of World War II. (636 p.)
Social Sciences Academic Press

Foregone Ethos, The
by Mu Tao
The author offers deep insight into current public morals while exploring specific issues in modern society. He attempts to search for the precious spiritual elements in Chinese traditional culture from various sources. He also writes about his own realizations on issues of Chinese culture and literature in terms of culture, literature, and literary creation. (338 p.)
Shaanxi Normal University General Publishing House

General Annals of Confucianism in the 20th Century
by Edited by Pang Pu
This four-volume work is a survey and research of the development of Confucianism in the 20th century. It also presents its values throughout the 2,000-year history in an objective and impartial way. (1,881 p.)
Zhejiang University Press

Handbook of the Philosophy of Science
by Edited by Dov M. Gabbay et al.
The translation of this nine-volume series, recognized as the most authoritative academic publication on the subject, started in 2006 when it was first released in English. This series, which has just been published after a decade-long translation effort, showcases BNUP’s determination to publish and translate the best academic titles and research for the Chinese market. (10,392 p.)
Beijing Normal University Press

History of Chinese Animation, The
by Li Tie
This two-volume work narrates the comprehensive history of Chinese animation against the backdrop of social, political, economic, diplomatic, educational, artistic, and technical factors. The first volume covers the period from 1923 to 1976; the second continues the story from 1977 to 2015. (440 p.)
Beijing Jiaotong University Press

History of Chinese Funeral and Burial Customs, A
by Edited by Li Bosen
This eight-volume set presents a panoramic view of how the philosophy, institutions, rituals, facilities, and accoutrements related to Chinese funeral and burial practices evolved from the pre-Qin era to the Republic of China period. (3,336 p.)
Social Sciences Academic Press

Inner Experience of the Chinese People: Globalization, Social Transformation, and the Evolution of Social Mentality
by Zhou Xiaohong
This volume offers an insightful account of how Chinese people’s inner experience and social attitudes have changed over nearly four decades of national reform and opening up. (440 p.)
Social Sciences Academic Press

Knowing Shiji (Records of History) by Illustrations
by Qiang Shanglong
Shiji, one of the most famous books in Chinese, shows us the history of the 3,000-plus years prior to the West Han Dynasty. If you want to know the ancient history of China, this book is your best choice. With the book’s numerous illustrations and accessible language, readers will find studying history a breeze. (1,940 p.)
Xi’an Jiaotong University Press

Luo Jintang’s Research on Qu Poetry Theories Series
by Luo Jintang
Available for the first time in China, this four-volume series contains a wide range of rich materials, ample research data, and solid evidential support in a succinct structure. It provides a comprehensive and meticulous collation of origins of qu theories and lists of relevant playwrights and authors and plays and other compositions of various qu. (1,068 p.)
Shaanxi Normal University General Publishing House

Magic Cube of Value: Internet & E-cubic Economy
by Zhang Zimao
The internet and Big Data have provided a methodology for the development of modern economies and industries, and transformed the structure of the global economy. This book discusses Industry 4.0, the structural problems of China’s economy and their possible solutions, and the profound impact of the internet on traditional industries. (236 p.)
Beijing Jiaotong University Press

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy in the Central Nervous System
by Zhang Ming
The first monograph on the research of magnetic resonance spectroscopy on the central nervous system in China, the book has great significance to the country’s research into and clinical diagnosis and treatment using MRS. The 10 chapters cover the basics of MRS, and its applications in clinical diagnosis, treatment, and scientific research. (550 p.)
Xi’an Jiaotong University Press

Ngari Mural Paintings: The White Temple of the Tholing Monastery
by Edited by the Cultural Bureau of Ngari Prefecture in Tibet Autonomous Region
When it comes to the art of Tibetan Buddhism painting, Ngari mural painting distinguishes itself by its unique artistic appeal and aesthetic sentiments, thereby constituting an exceptional art genre while presenting multicultural characteristics. (314 p., also available in English.)
Zhejiang University Press

Research on Contemporary Chinese Marxist Philosophy
by Edited by Yang Geng
This 18-volume series contains representative works on contemporary Chinese Marxist philosophy research, which examines basic theoretical problems and challenging issues from various perspectives. It also embodies the challenges faced by Marxist scholars in China since the start of the country’s reform and opening-up policy. (8,900 p.)
Beijing Normal University Press

Tributes to China’s Urban Rail Transit
by Leng Dexi
Based on a five-year investigation, this book is essentially a case study from China. It faithfully records the development of the local urban rail transit industry, and its export in the past 20 years. Topics in this book include independent innovation, diversity, localization, and coordinated development promotions across regions. (410 p.)
Beijing Jiaotong University Press

Understanding Chinese Culture in Chinese & English
by Yao Baorong
This book is written for foreigners who are eager to learn about the history, society, and culture of China. It is a bilingual Chinese-English edition that also helps foreign readers study Chinese while reading the English text. Readers will form a direct and deep impression of China through the many lifelike illustrations. (396 p.)
Xi’an Jiaotong University Press