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Obama de meimei

Silk Road Capstone

Jen Mathews

on 29 April 2010

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Obama de Meimei Works Cited

Schafer, Edward H. The Golden Peaches of Samarkand: A Study of Tang Exotics. Berkeley, Los Angeles: 1963

Peter Hopkirk, `Foreign Devils on the Silk Road', Oxford U.P.,1980.

Richard C. Foltz, Religions of the Silk Road: Overland Trade and Cultural Exchange from Antiquity to the Fifteenth Century. St. Martins Griffin: New York.

Marc Samuel Abramson: Deep Eyes and High Noses-Physiognomy and the Depiction of Barbarians in Tang China. In Nicola Di Cosmo and Don J. Wyatt eds., Political Frontiers, Ethnic Boundaries, and Human Geographies in Chinese History, London 2003, pp. 119-159.

Wang Ruxin, Hao Lao, Tan Lao, Rav Shiv, Wu Ling Na, Xi Cai, Sian Mei, Su Min,Sayaka,Clara, Shir,Matthew, Edwin.
Exotic Vogue! Treatment of Foreigners Cultural Awareness Ta ye shir mei guo ren? Reception and Awareness of Foreigners: Tang Dynasty and Present CoNcLuSiOn! (not) Mr. Rav Shiv Ever since the Western horsemen began raising smut and dust,
Fur and fleece, rank and rancid, have filled Hsien and Lo.
Women make themselves Western matrons by the study of Western makeup;
Entertainers present Western tunes, in their devotion to Western music. -- Yuan Chen, Tang Poet TRAIN STORY!
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