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Answer three questions in three pages, and cite from the bellowing readings.
What is the linkage between National identity in Asia and the West?
How do you evaluate the role of the West in late 19th and early 20th Century Asia?
Is it positive or negative in this early period?

*John Dower, “Structures and Ideologies of Conquest” in MacKinnon, Lary, and Vogel, eds. China at War: Regions of China, 1937-1945 (Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press) 2007, 17-21
*Diana Lary, The Chinese People at War: Human Suffering and Social Transformation, 1937-1945 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2010), 1-14
*“The Revolutionary Movement” in Keith Schoppa, ed. Twentieth Century China: A History in Documents (New York: Oxford University Press) 2011, 20-26
* “Ethnicity and Modernity in the 1911 Revolution “in Henrietta Harrison China: Inventing the Nation (London: Arnold) 2001, 132-149
* “Saigo Takamori and the Samurai Spirit” and “Okubo Toshimichi and the Korean Question” in Source of Japanese Tradition, vol. 2 (New York: Columbia University Press), 147-155
– Discourse of Three Drunkards first half
* Lu Xun, “A Madman’s Diary” in The Columbia Anthology of Modern Chinese Literature (New York: Columbia University Press 1995), 8-15
*“Spirit of the May Fourth Movement” in Patricia Ebrey, ed. Chinese Civilization, A Sourcebook (New York: Free Press) 1993, 360-363
* “Politics of Power: General von Falkenhausen’s Advice to Chiang Kaishek, 1936” in Cheng, Lestz, Spence, eds. Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection (New York: Norton) 1999, 286-289
* “Chiang Kai-shek – The People’s Choice?” In Theodore White and Annalee Jacoby, Thunder Out of China (New York: William Sloane Associates) 1946, 118-131
-“Chapter 3, The Military: Authoritarian and Irrational” in Ienaga Saburo, The Pacific War 1931-1945 (New York: Pantheon Books) 1978
-“Japan on the Mukden Incident” in the Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection, 279-281
-“Japan’s Expansion: A satirical poem”, “Japan defended at the Chamber of Commerce” in Search for Modern China: A Documentary Collection, 281-286
– “East Asian Federation”, “The Spiritual Basis of Asian Revolution and Unity,”, “Japan as Economic Leader of Asia”, in Japan’s Greater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere in World War II: Selected Documents (New York: Oxford University Press) 1975, 3-8, 36-40, 48-54
– “First Encounters” in Hilda Kang, ed. Under the Black Umbrella: Voices from Colonial Korea, 1910-1945 (Ithaca: Cornell University Press) 2001, 6-14
– “Shouts of Independence” in Under the Black Umbrella, 17-23
– Louise Young, “Imagined Empire: The Cultural Construction of Manchukuo” in The Japanese Wartime Empire: 1931-1945 (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press) 1996, 71-96