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New Chinese Worldview
Intellectual ferment in China
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On the development of a new Chinese worldview and seeing China as a powerhouse of ideas that could influence the world. By A.G. NOORANI


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The good thing about this 'hidden for Indians' thought process is the variety. Both bad and good seeming ones have their share in this mess.
from:  Prashant Mishra
Posted on: Jun 24, 2013 at 10:41 IST
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