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  • 1 Requoted from Ge Guilu’s “Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. The Image of China in the Eyes of De Quincey,” in Journal of Ningxia University, 2005, Issue 5.
  • 2 Hu Yong, Cultural Nostalgia: Cultural Identity in Chinese American Literature, (Beijing: China Theatre Press, 2003), 61.
  • 3 Quoted from “Kubla Khan,” a representative poem of English romanticism by the English poet and literary critic Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
  • 4 Zhou Ning, “The Opium Empire: An Oriental Vision in the Age of Romanticism,” in Foreign Literature Review, 2003, Issue 10.
  • 5 Zhou Ning, Fantasy: China Seen From a Western Prism, (Nanjing: Nanjing University Press, 2007), 90.
  • 6 Lu Zaishi, “The Missionaries of China Inland Mission and the Anti-Opium Movement: A Case Study of China’s Millions,” in Religious Studies, June 2007.
  • 7 Li Ning, “The Sick Man of East Asia: The Origin and Evolution of A Term,” in Sports and Culture, 1987, Issue 6.
  • 8 Source of reference: www.sinonet.org
  • 9 Li Guicang, “Exposing Dr. Fu Manchu,” in Literature and Art Forum, Issue 1,2009.
  • 10 Zhou Ning, The Dragon Fantasy, (Beijing: Beijing Academic Press, 2004), 132.
  • 11 Tao Yongseng, “The China Complex: A Western Cultural Aesthetic Perspective,” a Master’s dissertation of Shandong University, 2007.
  • 12 Zhou Ning and Song Binghui, “Western Studies of the Image of China: A Dialogue on Imagology as an Academic Discipline and Its Research Paradigms,” in Comparative Literature in China, 2005, Issue 2.
  • 13 Ma Guangli, “Cultural Hegemony: A Study of Post-Colonial Critical Strategy,” a doctoral dissertation of Shuzhou University, 2008.
  • 14 Xu Xiaonan, “A Study of the Impact of Western Literature on Chinese Culture and Literary Modernization,” in Journal of South China University of Technology, 2001, Issue 3.
  • 15 Liu Guiqin, “An Analysis of Said’s Orientalism,” in Journal of Taian Institute of Education, 2008, Issue 1.
  • 16 Zhou Ning and Song Binghui, “Western Studies of the Image of China: A Dialogue on Imagology as an Academic Discipline and Its Research Paradigms,” in Comparative Literature in China, 2005, Issue 2.
  • 17 Chen Ying, “Orientalism and Western Discourse Dominance: A Critique of Said’s Orientalism,” in Seeking Truth, 2003, Issue 7.
  • 18 Ge Guilu, “A Study of the Image of China in Western Cultural Perspective and of Its Misinterpretations,” in Journal of Huaiyin Normal University, 1997, Issue 1.
  • 19 Zhou Ning and Song Binghui, “Western Studies of the Image of China: A Dialogue on Imagology as an Academic Discipline and Its Research Paradigms,” in Comparative Literature in China, 2005, Issue 2.
 
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