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LETTER FROM THE EDITORS We are glad to report that our "launch" of China Review International has been an unqualified success. With the first issue, we topped five hundred subscribers, some coming on for a full three years. In order to continue improving the quality of the journal and enlarging our subscription base, we seek your assistance in the following ways.¦ You are now reading our third issue. We are hoping that on reviewing it, you will trouble yourself to introduce it to your library as a resource for your colleagues and students. Individual subscriptions are important for us, so we certainly need your support, but building an institutional subscription base is essential for any journal to survive in the long term. Please pass the subscription form along to your librarian with your endorsement.¦ We take the word "International" in China Review International seriously, and are anxious to involve our international colleagues in the journal in every way possible—as authors, reviewers, and subscribers. CRI is looking for features that will inform the Sinological community about new developments in the field. For example, we are currently preparing a feature on the multimedia pedagogical initiative on teaching about China at Leiden under the direction of Erik Zürcher and his colleagues, and a discussion review of the controversial "banned" book: Using a Third Eye to Look at China. Ifyou have a suggestion for a "state-of-the-field" review article that would be of interest to Sinologists in general, please let us know.¦ Finally, please don't forget to have the publisher of your own work send CRI a review copy of all new China-focused publications, and we will do our best to have them reviewed. If you can assist us in any or all of these ways, the journal will be the stronger for it. Thank you for your consideration. Roger T. Ames Daniel Cole Cynthia Ning ...

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ISSN
1527-9367
Print ISSN
1069-5834
Pages
p. vii
Launched on MUSE
2011-03-30
Open Access
No
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