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Yu, Sinic Trade Agreements and China's Global Intellectual Property Strategy, in Intellectual Property and Free Trade Agreements in the Asia-Pacific Region 247, 265 (Christoph Antons & Reto M.
This implies that the western world instead of conflicting with Sinic civilization the conflicts would be alongside the economic fault lines.
Peter the Great himself opted to remain neutral when the Qing Empire began moving west to enforce Sinic hegemony over Inner and Central Asian nomadic peoples and territories.
Other than working full-time as an artist, as well as co-founder of the biggest graffiti battle - Wall Lords, INVASIAN graffiti magazine and 1AGN sub culture guide book, SINIC is also an organizer/promoter for Asian urban street culture projects.
It is not yet clear as to why India first came up with the idea - or why it has since begun going slow on the bank for fear of paying for an extension of Sinic influence with Indian funds.
Huntington groups the planet into seven civilisations: Sinic, Japanese, Hindu, Islamic, Western, Latin American, and African.
The result of the transculturation and mestizaje (or race mixture) of Sinic cultures with those of both the Creole and the black African communities was an entirely new Sino-Cuban hybrid reality with its own idiosyncrasies and institutions (schools, churches, occupational guilds, political parties, newspaper, chambers of commerce, cemeteries, theaters, clan associations, hospitais, residences for the elderly), which challenged traditional assumptions of Chinese separatism.
To capture Asian diversity, the Handbook is organized into five major cultural perspectives: Sinic Education, Japanese Education, Islamic Education, Buddhist Education, and Hindu Education--a civilization-based cultural framework adopted from Samuel Huntington's (1996) The Clash of Civilizations.
The Kingdom of Kashgar was once a tributary state in the Outer Zone, as opposed to Korea, which was in the inner Sinic Zone.
and colleagues have sought to address the first challenge by adopting the civilization as cultural identity perspective and typology suggested by Samuel Huntington in The Clash of Civilizations and therefore structure the material according whether they are addressing education within Islamic, Sinic, Hindu, Buddhist, or Japanese civilizational cultures (Russia, despite its Asian presence, is omitted by virtue of categorizing it as an Orthodox civilization, per Huntington's typology) and address second by seeking out contributors that were deemed best able to provide the requisite "insider-outsider" perspective.
Huntington lists the major contemporary civilizations as Sinic (China and Chinese communities in Southeast Asia and elsewhere as well as Vietnam and Korea), Japanese, Hindu, Islamic, Orthodox, Western, and Latin America (pp.
Kang then introduces the book's themes, including the historical and cultural roots of Chinese hegemony, an examination of the tribute system that accentuates not only its symbolic but also its practical importance for East Asian states, China's relation to other Sinic states as well as various Southeast Asian polities, the demise of the Sino-centric tribute system, and what all this means for better understanding contemporary international relations.