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Current Issue: Summer '97
Culture

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From the Editors

FEATURE: The Cultures of Asia

Personalities:
Finding Roots
by I.M. Pei

Perspective:
Rethinking "Chinese Culture": Theory- The Task for Chinese Humanities
by Stephen Owen

Literature:
Face to Face: Nobel Laureate meets Literary Pop Star
by Jay Rubin

Perspective:
Contested Differences: Is Clash of cultures inevitable?
by Akio Kawato

Dance:
Kathak Through The Ages: From behind Temple Walls to Urban Streets
by Shovana Narayan

Perspective:
Whose Culture is it Anyway?: The role of culture in developing countries - an Indian writer's view
by Shashi Tharoor

Personalities:
Between Blockbusters and Art Films
by Im Kwon taek

Film:
In Search of the Authentic: Alternative cinema in Southeast Asia
by Timothy R. White

Journalism:
Freedom and Culture: Freedom made Hong Kong's cultural flourishing possible. Will it soon end?
by Hu Chu-Jen

Food:
Eat Drink, Man Woman
by Thomas Ho

Perspective:
Constructing "Culture": The Politics of Singapore's Heritage
by Lily L. L. Kong

Art:
A New Consciousness: Chinese Art in the Aftermath of the Cultural Revolution
by Pan Gong Kai

Art:
Images of Dissent: Transformations in Korean Minjung Art
by Frank Hoffmann

Personalities:
In His Own Words
by Jackie Chan


REGION: China

Tradition and Housing
New homes in a booming China
by Peter G. Rowe

The Human Resource Challenge
A shortage of skilled labor may dampen China's economic boom
by Mark Wu

Tea Culture
The Chinese Teahouse as Salon
by Winnie Cheung

Beyond July 1
Politics on the Bauhinia Express
by Joseph Lian


REGION: India

National Problems, Local Solutions
An overview of India's Health Policy
by R. L. Mishra


REGION: Korea

Personalities
Soccer Politics
by Chung Moon-Joon

The Three Kingdoms
Korea: Where Northeast Asian Powers Converge
by Ezra F. Vogel


REGION: Southeast Asia

Eastern Criticisms, Western Perceptions
The Singaporean Writer, The Western Press, and the Image of Singapore
by Ismail S. Talib


ENDPAPER
A Tradition of Engagement
The public intellectual as a Confucian Idea
by Tu Weiming


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