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📒Chin Na ✍ Willy Lin
✏Chin Na Book Summary : Chin-na is one of the most convenient of the martial arts to study. It requires no great amount of practice space and no special or protective clothing or devices. It does, however, require a reliable practice partner. Training by oneself produces no true progress, only a false sense of confidence. Two or more practice partners is even more advantageous. The greater the variety of the partners, the more experience the student will gain and the quicker and more completely the techniques will be mastered.
📒Dialogues With Chin Peng ✍ C. C. Chin
✏Dialogues with Chin Peng Book Summary : "Dialogues with Chin Peng: New Light on the Malayan Communist Party includes background papers, previously unseen Communist Party documents, propaganda posters, and other data. These materials, from both sides of the conflict, shed new light on the Malayan Communist Party, and present history as dialogue and debate."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒The Plum In The Golden Vase Or Chin P Ing Mei ✍ Xiaoxiaosheng
✏The Plum in the Golden Vase Or Chin P Ing Mei Book Summary : A five-volume translation of the classic sixteenth-century Chinese novel on the domestic life of a corrupt merchant.
📒Chin ✍ Larry McShane
✏Chin Book Summary : “Full of astonishment . . . a kind of dark wonder.” —Pete Hamill VINCENT “CHIN” GIGANTE He started out as a professional boxer—until he found his true calling as a ruthless contract killer. Hand-picked by Vito Genovese to run the Genovese Family when Vito was sent to prison, Chin raked in more than $100 million for the Genovese family and routinely ordered the murders of mobsters who violated the Mafia code—including John Gotti. At the height of his power, he controlled an underworld empire of close to three hundred made men, making the Genovese Family the most powerful in the U.S. And yet Vincent “Chin” Gigante was, to all outside appearances, certifiably crazy. He wandered the streets of Greenwich Village in a ratty bathrobe and slippers. He urinated in public, played pinochle in storefronts, and hid a second family from his wife. On twenty-two occasions, he admitted himself to a mental hospital—evading criminal prosecution while insuring his continued reign as “The Oddfather.” It took nearly thirty years of endless psychiatric evaluations by a parade of puzzled doctors for federal authorities to finally bring him down. “A tale for the ages . . . grabs you with the immediacy of a breaking news story and carries you along as if you were living it.”—Michael Daly, The Daily Beast
📒Indo Burma Frontier And The Making Of The Chin Hills ✍ Pum Khan Pau
✏Indo Burma Frontier and the Making of the Chin Hills Book Summary : This book examines the British colonial expansion in the so-called unadministered hill tracts of the Indo-Burma frontier and the change of colonial policy from non-intervention to intervention. The book begins with the end of the First Anglo-Burmese War (1824–26), which resulted in the British annexation of the North-Eastern Frontier of Bengal and the extension of its sway over the Arakan and Manipur frontiers, and closes with the separation of Burma from India in 1937. The volume documents the resistance of the indigenous hill peoples to colonial penetration; administrative policies such as disarmament; subjugation of the local chiefs under a colonial legal framework and its impact; standardisation of ‘Chin’ as an ethnic category for the fragmented tribes and sub-tribes; and the creation and consolidation of the Chin Hills District as a political entity to provide an extensive account of British relations with the indigenous Chin/Zo community from 1824 to 1935. By situating these within the larger context of British imperial policy, the book makes a critical analysis of the British approach towards the Indo-Burma frontier. With its coverage of key archival sources and literature, this book will interest scholars and researchers in modern Indian history, military history, colonial history, British history, South Asian history and Southeast Asian history.
📒Japanese Chin Dog Training And Understanding Their Behavior ✍ Tammy Montgomery
✏Japanese Chin Dog Training and Understanding Their Behavior Book Summary : Learn how to train and understand your Japanese Chin puppy and dog with these fun training tips and tricks! Learn how to stop your dogs unwanted barking, and learn how to stop them from trying to run out the door on you each time you open it, and more. Learn what the best type of dog food to feed your Japanese Chin is, and learn how to crontrol their eating. Learn how to teach your dog things like fetch, sit, stay and more.....learn how to socialize your puppy when they are young, and learn how to crate train your dog, and much more! Learn about fleas and ticks, rabies and other problems your dog will face. Learn just about everything you need to know from your dog being a puppy, until they are old enough to have puppies of their own, and what to expect and do then also! Learn how to stop your dog from jumping up on people, and learn how to stop them from eating their own stools, and more. Learn how to make natural home made dog food for your dog, and find out if rawride is really good for your dog or not? Learn how to raise and handle your Japanese Chin to be a really good puppy and dog!
✏The Plum in the Golden Vase or Chin P ing Mei Volume Four Book Summary : This is the fourth and penultimate volume in David Roy's celebrated translation of one of the most famous and important novels in Chinese literature. The Plum in the Golden Vase or, Chin P’ing Mei is an anonymous sixteenth-century work that focuses on the domestic life of Hsi-men Ch’ing, a corrupt, upwardly mobile merchant in a provincial town, who maintains a harem of six wives and concubines. The novel, known primarily for its erotic realism, is also a landmark in the development of the narrative art form—not only from a specifically Chinese perspective but in a world-historical context. This complete and annotated translation aims to faithfully represent and elucidate all the rhetorical features of the original in its most authentic form and thereby enable the Western reader to appreciate this Chinese masterpiece at its true worth.
📒The Chin People ✍ Chester U. Strait
✏The Chin People Book Summary : Moving upstream on the Irrawaddy broad tide, the ocean liner approaches the city of Rangoon, and the gold-leafed pinnacle of the celebrated Shwe Dagon pagoda welcomes it as it rises magnificently in the morning sunlight. The traveler is intrigued with the claim that this ancient shrine has been standing for three thousand years. This injects an anachronism, since Buddhism was founded not more than twenty-five centuries ago and something less than that for its lodgment in Burma. But no one seems to be embarrassed nor stultified by what, for them, is merely a slight chronological inaccuracy, which derives from the time-clocked occidental measurements, for theirs is that timeless eternity of the East.
📒By The Skin Of My Chinny Chin Chin ✍ John Jackman
✏By the Skin of My Chinny Chin Chin Book Summary : NOT AVAILABLE SEPARATELY
📒Ak Chin Water Supply Project ✍ United States. Bureau of Indian Affairs. Phoenix Area Office
✏Ak Chin water supply project Book Summary :