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eFocus on China a must for Asian Studies and International Relations

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The world’s most populous country has been flexing its economic and cultural muscles for some time now and is set to become THE dominant force in global finance and politics in the next decade or so. eFocus on China is a collection of our finest eBooks on China and reflects the growing academic interest in Chinese affairs. What is the collection all about?

eFocus on China is a collection of more than a hundred eBooks which brings together our leading texts on Chinese culture, philosophy, history, law, politics and much more. The collection is constantly growing; new texts are regularly added, hand-picked by our experienced editorial team. You will find some of our most popular titles here, including:

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eFocus on China is available to purchase outright or your library can subscribe to the collection for a year. If you purchase outright, you can top up the collection each year with new titles. If you subscribe, you will automatically have access to new titles as they are added! You can learn more about the collection here. And if you have questions at all about this or any other of our eBook collections, please get in touch with one of our friendly sales teams.

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