China and Chinese in Comparative Perspectives (CCCP, English and Chinese editions). The first book of this series will be published by Global Century Press in 2023. It shares the same aims as Journal of China in Global and Comparative Perspectives (JCGCP), but expands the comparative studies of China to includes Chinese ways of thinking, Chinese people, Chinese civilization, Chinese culture, Chinese language for social sciences (see Journal of Chinese for Social Science, JCSS), and contrasts between China and non-China, Chinese people and non-Chinese people, Chinese perspectives of the world or human knowledge, and non-Chinese perspectives of China in a global context. More details will be available in the two General Prefaces of this series.
China and Chinese in Comparative Perspectives Book series
- Vol. 1, 2016
It is edited jointly by Professor Xiangqun Chang, President of Global China Academy, Honorary Professor of University College London (2015–20), and another editor (to be confirmed).
English editing and proofreading: Ingrid Cranfield, Global China Academy and Global Century Press, UK
Chinese editing and proofreading: LI Zhuyue, Hangzhou Publishing House, China
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