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, it is often used to describe an alternative economic development model for developing countries. Black box operations (黑箱操作): This refers to efforts by the government to escape the supervision of societ...
Liu, Renwen and Zhou, Zhenjie
black and white “guilty or innocent” principle; 1,792 people were acquitted.http://www.chinanews.com.cn/news/2005/2005-12-30/8/672017.shtml.
Tristan G. Brown
southwest: East of the provincial capital, approximately twenty li out of Aoxiu Gate, there is a Black Dragon cavern. The water of the cavern is clear, and it is said that there is a black dragon that coils there (‘Coiled Dragon’). During times of extreme drought, if one fastens a tiger skull and brings
Fenggang Yang and J. E. E. Pettit
have been designated as “evil cults” ( xiejiao 邪教). These groups have been targets of systematic and severe crackdowns. The so-called evil cults operate under conditions of explicit illegality and are therefore regarded as comprising the black market of religion in China. This section contains brief
NOTES AND QUERIES. 1. Black Fingerprints on documents in China and Japan. Nature, N°. 22, 1894, p. 77, contains an article by Sir J. W. HERSCHEL in which he vindicates the honor of having propagated in 1877, during his voyage in the l?Tongolia, the invention of making fingerprints as a stamp of
Edward H. Schafer
, about the gift of a black goshawk from the "Western Regions" to Wu Ti, who reigned in the 2nd century B.C. But here again, though the event seems probable, the source is of uncertain reliabilitv. It is only with the second century of our era that we begin to get an abundance of reliable information