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Social life of the Chinese
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Know Your Chinese Social Media. called Top Life, in October The logo for the Little Red Book, or ZiaoHongShu, a social network for discussing fashion and beauty products, in Shanghai. Social Life of the Chinese Daily Life in China. Justus Doolittle This is the most complete and detailed account of the traditional domestic and daily life of the Chinese in the mid-nineteenth century. Writing in the s, Doolittle concentrates on social and religious customs, revealing the people through their practices and material culture Cited by:
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This is the most complete and detailed account of the traditional domestic and daily life of the Chinese in the mid-nineteenth century. Writing in the s, Doolittle concentrates on social and religious customs, revealing the people through their practices and material culture which he observed for over fourteen by: Social Life of the Chinese: With Some Account of Their Religious, Governmental, Educational, and Business Customs and Opinions.
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