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Global Asia Studies
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GASA01H3
Professor
Jin Park

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Week 10 Labouring Women
Chinese communist regime; projector of modern Chinese history
Farewell my concubine; 1993- chen kaige ; story of two stars in peking opera; performing together in
chiense pera their names are Deieyi and xiaoloa a women comes btw these men= invites the audience
to think about history of mid 20s
Key moments:
o Training teenage boys to create a phenomen opera, story of Chinese modernity; women
not allowed to perform thus males need to play role of females
o 1930s Beijing china
o 1930 ching dynasty; playing to please the powerful figure of the ching dynasty; opera
is a male domain needs to play female role and
o 1937; both boys are famous opera singers, Beijing invaded by Japanese troops so they
are under Beijing surveillance
o Chinese becomes communists thus dieyi isprosecuted
Chiang kai shek
Tension between 2 parties; the nationalist party and the Kuomintang
Promoting Chinese opera as well
Women and labour / Reproduction
Malthusian doctrine: the state should play an active role in controlling the size of the
population
1950s ww2; united states and other coapritalsit country decided the not colonized countries
will suffer poverty and famin
The cold war logic; fear that decolonization nations, (tiawan) poverty and they would go for
colonized regimes for aid
1950- 1960s; Truman promoting the idea of helping with 3 rd war countries, pop control,
Europeans coutnries provide contraceptive colonies so these coutnries would the control
the rapid growth of popilaiton
1960 proper number of children 2; after civil war of communist and nationalist the
communist so nationalist fled to totwiwan so china did not receive Us aid abut had own
policy of modernization; population contrl under the communist system one child policy
Rejecting malthusuanusm , 1949:
The founder of Chinese communist party is Moe Zedong not to rely on malthusuan doctrine
( founder of republic of china)
o Assumed and proposed unlike the capitalist the chinse cap regime will be able to
provie fundamental bais level of substance foe more then 5 oo million people
o He agreed on avtive role of the state for rasing birth rates; appose birth control
movements

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Week 10 Labouring Women  Chinese communist regime; projector of modern Chinese history Farewell my concubine; 1993- chen kaige ; story of two stars in peking opera; performing together in chiense pera their names are Deieyi and xiaoloa a women comes btw these men= invites the audience to think about history of mid 20s  Key moments: o Training teenage boys to create a phenomen opera, story of Chinese modernity; women not allowed to perform thus males need to play role of females o 1930s Beijing china o 1930 – ching dynasty; playing to please the powerful figure of the ching dynasty; opera is a male domain needs to play female role and o 1937; both boys are famous opera singers, Beijing invaded by Japanese troops so they are under Beijing surveillance o Chinese becomes communists thus dieyi isprosecuted Chiang kai shek  Tension between 2 parties; the nationalist party and the Kuomintang  Promoting Chinese opera as well Women and labour / Reproduction  Malthusian doctrine: the state should play an active role in controlling the size of the population  1950s ww2; united states and other coapritalsit country decided the not colonized countries will suffer poverty and famin  The cold war logic; fear that decolonization nations, (tiawan) poverty and they would go for colonized regimes for aid  1950- 1960s; Truman promoting the idea of helping with 3 rd war countries, pop control, Europeans coutnries provide contraceptive colonies so these coutnries would the control the rapid growth of popilaiton  1960 proper number of children 2; after civil war of communist and nationalist the communist so nationalist fled to totwiwan so china did not receive Us aid abut had own policy of modernization; population contrl under the communist system – one child policy  Rejecting malthusuanusm , 1949:  The founder of Chinese communist party is Moe Zedong not to rely on malthusuan doctrine
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