Adbusters, Issue 106: Mental Breakdown of a Nation

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Geert Lovink on our networked condition
Stefanie Krasnow on our digital realities
Franco “Bifo” Berardi at the moment act of the ecu tragedy
Adbusters on Chess vs. Weiqi
Fekku Ragabe!
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Peak Humanity
Micah White and Chiara Ricciardone on touchdown a dying blow to capitalism
Andy Merrifield at the radical politics of memes

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It~tiJA), Aug. 24, 1637-1704, Dec. his friend, K'ung Chi-han ~UIIii (T. -~. ifllili: H. ~~. 1739-1784, Jan. 10, chin-shih of 1771), when it became necessary for Shao to leave Peking to observe the period of mourning for the death of his mother (1775). In the following year K'ung Chi-han requested Chou Meng-t'ang }lj~~ (T . r) to work on the draft which was edited in 12 chilan and later printed in the Shou-shan ko ts'ung-shu (see under Chang Hai-p'eng). i;&; Yu-yao hsien chih. In the autumn of 1778 he returned to Peking to resume his duties.

In the meantime a treaty of peace was signed in Tientsin (see under Kuei-liang). After the withdrawal of the Allied fleet from North China, Seng-ko-lin-ch'in directed a hasty construction of defenses at Taku, reinforcing the forts and blockading the river passage. Thus when the British and French ministers, intending to exchange the ratified treaties, arrived at Taku with a considerable naval escort, they were barred from entering the Pai River. Red with heavy losses. Heartened by the victory, the Court at Peking entrusted Seng-ko-lin-ch'in with the defense of Taku against further attacks.

912-981), who was head of the commission. 1~ (T. ;7]<;Jslt, 1007-1072), the earlier history lost much of its significance and finally was officially rejected in 1207. Owing to Shao's effort, however, it was restored and recognized once more as one of the official dynastic histories. fm~ Chiu-kuo chih commenced by Lu Chen (T . A;. The draft of this manuscript, Wfm 637 Shao Shao by the rebels for resisting them. In 1865 the facts about his death were reported to the throne by Ma Hsin-i [q. ], governor of Chekiang.

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