Use the case study method to study China from the rise of Deng Xiaoping to the present. You’ll also examine Greater China with a focus on the Taiwan model and Taiwan’s relationship with the China Peoples Republic.
About this course
Using case studies from the Harvard Business School, this course will cover the contemporary Chinese scene by focusing on five main themes in China’s development: agriculture, entrepreneurship, education, environment, and literature.
You’ll examine the period from Deng Xiaoping’s rise in 1978 to the present, using the lenses of sociology, political science, and economics. You’ll learn how China has maintained one-party rule in an era of reform and internationalization, and how contemporary developments like the current conception of the Chinese Dream? are influenced by the legacies of China’s past. You’ll also examine Greater China with a focus on the Taiwan model and Taiwan’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China.
Developing your own approaches to history, you’ll gain a critical appreciation of China’s literary, philosophical, political, and cultural resources. Enroll now to understand China’s global leadership role and to learn if the 21st century is truly the Chinese century.?
What you will learn from this course on ‘China Peoples Republic’?
- The political and economic world of Post-Mao China.
- The period from Deng Xiaoping’s rise in 1978 to the present.
- How to examine Chinese history with a multidisciplinary approach.
- Five important themes in modern China’s rapid development: agriculture, entrepreneurship, education, environment, and literature.
- Taiwan’s relationship with the People’s Republic of China.
- How today’s conception of a Chinese Dream? is influenced by China’s past.
1. Welcome to ChinaX (Part 10)!
2. Meet ChinaX
3. Part 10: Introduction
Section_45: The Political and Economic World of Post-Mao China
Section_46: China Peoples Republic: Agricultural China
Section_47: China Peoples Republic: Entrepreneurship China
Section_48: China Peoples Republic: Educational China Part 1
Section_49: China Peoples Republic: Educational China Part 2
Section_50: China Peoples Republic: Environmental China
Section_51: Writing China
Section_52: A Strait of Uncertainty: Taiwan in the Shadow of Mainland China
Section_53: Can China Lead?
Part 10. Conclusion
Bonus Section: A Discussion with Young Historians in Shanghai
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- Harvard University
- Online Course
- 3+ Months
- Free Course (Affordable Certificate)
- Chinese history Culture History