Chinese concepts of privacy

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  • English

Brill , Leiden [Netherlands], Boston
Privacy -- China -- History, China -- Social life and cu
Statementedited by Bonnie S. McDougall & Anders Hansson
SeriesSinica Leidensia -- v. 55
ContributionsMcDougall, Bonnie S., 1941-, Hansson, Anders, 1944-
LC ClassificationsDS727 .C5234 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationvi, 241 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17070504M
ISBN 109004127666
LC Control Number2002066559

This first book on the (traditional) Chinese approach to the subject shows that concepts of privacy have been part of discourse in China from the earliest recorded times to the present, with varying contents, mechanisms, functions and values at different times and among different groups of : Professor Bonnie S McDougall.

This first book on the (traditional) Chinese approach to the subject shows that concepts of privacy have been part of discourse in China from the earliest recorded times to the present, with varying contents, mechanisms, functions and values at different times and among different groups of people.

论文集水平不一,当代的谈的太浅,古代的可能还不错,但没仔细看。。。. The universal concept of privacy is to allow us to maintain control and not let others have unrestricted access into our lives. Respecting privacy is about trust, which is seriously lacking in Author: Luisa Tam. For centuries in China, ruling powers advocated for social responsibility and cohesion, and treated individuality with suspicion.

Until fairly recently, the concept of privacy, as the West understands it, simply didn’t exist. This absence is most clearly evident in the Chinese language. Helen Lee's Tao of Beauty is not just another beauty book. It is a wonderful resource of information on the Chinese perspective for developing and maintaining beauty from the inside out.

The book works from the premise that health and beauty are inter-related and does not offer quick fix remedies. Ms.5/5(8). Core Concepts. China is the most populous country in the world and has the second largest land area.

Its cultural influence is felt throughout the Asian region and has impacted the world on a large scale through the arts, sciences, cuisine, production and trade. Recent anthropological analyses of Chinese attitudes towards privacy fail to pay adequate attention to more ordinary, but more widely shared ideas of privacy – ideas that, moreover, have changed dramatically since the s as China has become more and more open to Western countries, cultures, and their network and computing technologies.

I begin by reviewing these Cited by: This chapter first introduces the concepts of privacy and the right Chinese concepts of privacy book privacy, and the development of privacy law. It is the first book to focus solely on Chinese Internet law.

Show less. A comprehensive, structured, and up-to-date introduction to the law governing the dissemination of information in a computer-mediated world in China.

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It first has an overview of the concepts of information privacy and data surveillance under the background of big data, then highlights the importance of data security in the age of big data; with Author: Robert C Post. China’s concepts of privacy remain for “the purpose of promoting social harmony, and, therefore, this is very different from the western system, which is based on human rights and freedoms." Thus, the Chinese definition of privacy is much narrower than that in the United States or Europe.

Li (Chinese: 禮; pinyin: lǐ) is a classical Chinese word which is commonly used in Chinese philosophy, particularly within Confucianism. Li does not encompass a definitive object but rather a somewhat abstract idea and, as such, is translated in a number of different fied Chinese: 礼.

Toward a History of Efficacy in China. In this book, his first to appear in English, French sinologist François Jullien uses the Chinese concept of shi—meaning disposition or circumstance, power or potential—as a touchstone to explore Chinese culture and to uncover the intricate structure underlying Chinese modes of thinking.

Chinese vs Western Culture. The major difference between Chinese and Western culture is that China is an oriental country, and its traditional culture is completely different from western heritage. Chinese culture is older than years, and Chinese people have developed their own music, musical instruments, painting techniques, traditional Chinese medicine, and not to forget, cooking /5(13).

Generally, the Chinese people believe that the exchange of personal information with family members or acquaintances is a symbol of harmony and friendship therefore the individual concept in China is weaker than that is in Western countries.

Tip. In China, personal information would not be treated as privacy unless it is really bad such as evil.

China’s General Principles of Civil Law (GPCL) includes protection of the “right of reputation," while the Tort Liability Law (TTL) protects the “right of privacy." Both the GPCL and TTL tort rights of privacy have been used in litigation between individuals and corporations.

And the Chinese concept of wu wei—strategic non-action—has helped me do just that. The Tao Te Ching, written in China around BC, first articulated the idea of wu wei. Li(理, pinyin lǐ)is a concept found in neo-Confucian Chinese refers to the underlying reason and order of nature as reflected in its organic forms.

It may be translated as "rational principle" or "law".It was central to Zhu Xi's integration of Buddhism into Confucianism. Zhu Xi held that li, together with qi (氣: vital, material force), depend on each other to create. Virtually any aspect of Chinese experience could be explained in terms of these paired concepts, ranging from such mundane sensory perceptions as dark and light, wet and dry, to abstractions such as real and unreal, being and nonbeing.

Yinyang relationships involved the notion of mutual dependence and harmony based on hierarchical difference. British students may soon study mathematics with Chinese textbooks after a “historic” deal between HarperCollins and a Shanghai publishing house in which books.

Absorbing perspectives on what drove the messianic leader of the Taiping uprising that convulsed China during the midth century. Drawing on contemporary texts, noted Yale sinologist Spence (Chinese Roundabout,etc.) provides a nuanced account of the spiritual life of Hong Xiuquan, a convert to Christianity whose vivid fantasies or visions doomed him to become a crucifer of : Jonathan D.

Spence. For example, need for privacy has been found to influence user concerns about online privacy among American college students as well as their counterparts in Asia (Yao et al. ; Yao and Zhang.

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Meanings of dao. The word for this concept, dao, indicates a “way” in the sense of a road or a to the contextual nature of Chinese languages and depending upon its use in a sentence, dao can function as a noun or a verb.

It may indicate the road upon which one travels, the act of wayfaring or traveling down a road, or even the act of way-making by leading someone down or. The Chinese Air Force Evolving Concepts, Roles, and Capabilities EditEd by RICHARD P.


This concept of world order was embraced for hundreds of years from around to B.C. during the Zhou dynasty, China’s longest-lasting. AD The rationality of tianxiaAuthor: Zhao Tingyang. Chinese Values, Customs and Beliefs.

Ancient viewpoint: “With time and patience, the mulberry leaf becomes a silk gown” The Chinese take pride in their years of ancient history and long experience with creating important cornerstones for civilization.

Chinese high-speed railway has developed very quickly and at a very large scale. However, many issues reagrding safety has not been addressed. This book considers the issue from the perspective of a system. A train operation control system structure is put forward in order to ensure safety.

The Sunday Times – April “This month, the Somerset-based alternative practitioner Katie Brindle releases Yang Sheng: The Art of Chinese Self-Healing (Hardie Grant £15).She describes yang sheng as the “self-care” arm of Chinese medicine: it combines everything from qigong, tapping and breathwork to mineral bathing and Gua Sha — an ancient massage technique that uses a small piece.

concepts in the Art of War such as deception, stratagem, intelligence, deterrence, and so on. Sun Tzu maintains that these key concepts are vital to victory; one must study and master them during peacetime; and it will be too late to consult experts (books or specialists) when grave occasions by: Books shelved as privacy: The Circle by Dave Eggers, No Place to Hide: Edward Snowden, the NSA, and the U.S.

Surveillance State by Glenn Greenwald, Data.

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