This comprehensive, accurate, and up-to-date book provides information and analysis for a complete examination of contemporary China and its political and economic developments. Uses an accessible, informal writing style throughout. Focuses on institutional development and change. Completely revises Chapter 8 to include the reversion of Hong Kong in 1997 and Macao in 1999 .Updates discussion on ideology to include Jiang Zemin's search for a unifying ideology now that he is the undisputed leader after Deng Xiaoping's death. In addition, it includes a new section on the law-making role of the National People's Congress, provides brief profiles of the new top leadership and discusses the new civil service system. For professionals who deal with China and/or Hong Kong often and need up-to-date information on the current political climate in China.
|Author||James C. F. Wang|
|Rating||4.5/5 (54 users)|