China's Reforms and Reformers
Ever since the death of Mao, China has undergone a transformation almost as radical as the Communist Revolution that Mao instigated. This book tells the stories of the many difficult economic, political, and social struggles that have taken place in post-Maoist China. Using both Chinese and non-Chinese sources, Alfred K. Ho unravels the complexities of life in China during the past generation. As Ho explains, contemporary Chinese are seeking to find solutions to their problems that reflect their own cultural values. As such, reform in China cannot be seen solely as an effort to emulate the West, especially the free market and democratic United States. Rather, Ho places current efforts at reform as part of a prolonged and continual process by Chinese to deal with their internal problems as well as the challenges and opportunities they face as a result of greater contact with the outside world.
Asian History | International Economics
Citation for published book
Ho, Alfred K. China's Reforms and Reformers. Westport, Conn: Praeger, 2004. Internet resource.
Ho, Alfred, "China's Reforms and Reformers" (2004). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 318.