For several years, Nanjing University and the Hopkins-Nanjing Center have jointly published a series of books in Chinese and English that feature subjects and authors related to US-China relations and/or the Hopkins-Nanjing Center. The most recent book, The Hopkins-Nanjing Center Book of Memories, celebrates all things HNC as a 30th anniversary tribute. Edited by the co-directors of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in 2016, it features interviews and fond remembrances from former faculty, students, and staff. It also includes a selection of academic and Commencement speeches delivered at the HNC over the past 30 years. Short pieces, all of them in both Chinese and English, range from academic to humorous and sentimental. Those who see the HNC as an important chapter in their life are guaranteed to find something or someone they remember in these pages!
All the books in the Series, which is collectively called The United States, China, and the Contemporary World, are described briefly below and can be purchased on www.amazon.cn by searching for the book title in Chinese or English. Note that some books are bilingual and others are in Chinese only.
Title: Hopkins-Nanjing Center Book of Memories
Authors: 何成洲，顾百里 Chengzhou He, Cornelius C. Kubler
Published: June 2016
This bilingual book features articles and speeches by HNC students, alumni, faculty, and staff, drawing on 30 years of HNC history. It was edited by the HNC’s Chinese Co-Director Chengzhou He and former American Co-Director Neil Kubler.
The Road of China’s Green Transition
Author: 黄海峰 Haifeng Huang
Published: June 2016
Haifeng Huang. a 1992 graduate of the Hopkins-Nanjing Center, is currently professor at Peking University’s HSBC business school and director of the Green Economy research center. This book is in Chinese only. It introduces the green economy applications of several Chinese cities, companies, and social welfare organizations that represent China’s gradual turn away from a “carbon economy” era, and makes a strong case for China’s pressing need for a green economy.
Title: Chinese and American Cultural Studies in the Global Context
Editors: 程爱民，潘望编 Aimin Cheng, Wangbian Pan
Published June 2016
Published in June 2016, this book presents papers presented at a conference held at the Hopkins-Nanjing Center in 2015. Cheng and Pang are both professors at Nanjing University. The collected articles, most in Chinese and several in English, are from the fields of linguistics, humanities, and culture and probe the latest state of cultural exchange between the United States and China.
Asymmetric Game: Paris Negotiations Between Vietnam and The United States (1968-1973)
Author: 程晓燕Xiaoyan Cheng
Published Dec. 2015
This book in Chinese uses historical data to provide a detailed account of the Paris Peace Accords. Xiaoyan Cheng was a visiting scholar at the Hopkins Nanjing Center and is currently is a professor at Nanjing University of Finance and Economics.