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Author:Chakravarthi, Ram-Prasad
Title:The great divide : Cinema, literature and other aspects of western culture are increasingly open to Asian influence. Not so western philosophy, which remains almost entirely sealed off from eastern traditions. Why? Institutionalised parochialism on the part of western philosophers and a loss of nerve among Asian thinkers / Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad
Source:Prospect Magazine, no. 119 (Feb. 2006)
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Title:Rise and fall of Bo Xilai, The Asahi Shimbun (08 Aug. 2012)
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Contents:Driven to become "emperor," Bo Xilai curries favor with president Jiang / Kenji Minemura. -- Influenced by Mao, Bo declares, "We will be the leaders of the future China" / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Father's influence even got Bo out of marriage / Nozomu Hayashi. -- As the brass band played, a smiling Bo rose through the ranks / Kenji Minemura. -- Bo beautified Dalian, with the help of young female cops on horseback / Kenji Minemura. -- Power as new Dalian mayor went to Bo's head / Kenji Minemura. -- Corruption-exposing journalist tackles Bo and his wife / Kenji Minemura. -- Anti-Bo journalist was watched, detained, indicted in secrecy / Kenji Minemura. -- With his enemy behind bars, Bo rises from mayor to governor / Kenji Minemura. -- Bo an immediate hit in first stint as cabinet minister / Nozomu Hayashi. -- China's "iron lady" had it in for Bo Xilai / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Bo's revolutionary-song campaign stirred emotions in Chongqing / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Bo's policies loved by the masses, detested by central leadership / Nozomu Hayashi. -- In 80 days, 9,500 arrested in Bo's 'dahei' campaign / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Chongqing's second-richest man suddenly treated as "mafia boss" / Kenji Minemura. -- Funds rolled in during Bo's torture-filled campaign against mafia / Kenji Minemura. -- Conspicuous no-shows at pro-Mao concert signal shift in attitude toward Bo / Nozomu Hayashi. -- Bo sacked close aide over probe into wife's link to murder / Nozomu Hayashi. -- In usual secrecy, a decision is made and Bo's fate is sealed / Kenji Minemura. -- Wiretapping allegations stirred leadership distrust of Bo / Kenji Minemura. -- After emergency phone, the end was swift for Bo / Nozomu Hayashi
Political leadership - China
China - Politics and government - 21st century
Ta-lien (China)
Ch'ung-ch'ing (China)
Po Hsi-lai, 1949-
Chiang Tse-min, 1926-
Mao Tse-tung, 1893-1976

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