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Quan zheng yi zhen 券证遗珍 /2007Chen, Cai 陈采
Qing dai Shanghai sha chuan hang yun ye shi yan jiu 清代上海沙船航运业史研究2012Akira Matsuura 松浦章
Qing zheng fu、Beiyang zheng fu he Guomindang guan liao zi ben chuang ban he long duan de gong ye 清政府、北洋政府和国民党官僚资本创办和垄断的工业1957Chen, Zhen 陈真;Yao, Luo 姚洛
Quan guo zhong wen qi kan lian he mu lu. 1833-1949 全国中文期刊联合目录. 1833-1949 增訂本1981Quan quo tu shu lian he mu lu bian ji zu 全国图书联合目录编辑组
Qing Pu Wang Zu 青浦望族2016Shang Hai Shi Qing Pu Qu Bo Wu Guan 上海市青浦区博物馆(Shanghai Qingpu Museum)

This book relies on various historical documents such as genealogies, local records, and tomb inscriptions to systematically analyze 86 prominent clans in the historical Qingpu region. The primary focus is on exploring the origins, lineage changes, characteristics, and societal contributions of these clans, with brief descriptions of representative figures within them. Additionally, to facilitate readers' understanding of the background of relevant surnames, each surname's research section provides an overview and a concise history of its development in Qingpu. The book also includes field investigations and records of the current status of the residences of some clans' descendants in Qingpu.


Qing Mo Min Chu De Jin Yan Yun Dong He Wan Guo Jin Yan Hui 清末民初的禁烟运动和万国禁烟会1996Shanghai Municipal Archives 上海市档案馆

Drug abuse is a hot issue that has garnered widespread attention in today's international society. The United Nations has a dedicated anti-drug agency responsible for coordinating global anti-drug efforts, and most countries have specialized anti-drug agencies. Due to the serious harm of drug proliferation to individuals, families, societies, and nations, strict controls and severe punishment for drug-related crimes are implemented by governments of various countries. The Opium Wars from 1840 to 1842 led China into a semi-colonial and semi-feudal state. At that time, opium abuse was rampant, causing many families to be impoverished and torn apart. Pressured by international public opinion and the rising anti-smoking sentiment domestically, the Qing government issued a series of anti-smoking decrees and launched anti-smoking campaigns nationwide, with the most representative being Lin Zexu's "Opium Destruction in Humen." However, due to political corruption, the declining national strength, and the people's suffering during the Qing Dynasty, the harm of opium remained unresolved despite the efforts to ban it. It was only after the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949, under the leadership of the Chinese Communist Party, that the Chinese people swiftly eradicated opium within a few years, creating a miracle in the history of global drug prohibition. However, in the late 1970s, international drug trafficking groups, primarily from the "Golden Triangle" region, began to infiltrate drugs into China's southwestern border, rekindling drug-related crimes. This raised high concerns within the Chinese government, and the Central Committee and the State Council took a series of comprehensive and effective measures. Significant achievements were made in drug control, and China's reputation in the international drug control arena continued to rise.

This book, compiled and published by the Shanghai Anti-Drug Working Group Office and the Shanghai Archives, reflects a period of anti-smoking history in China from before the Opium Wars to 1926. It is rich in content and based on solid historical evidence. It holds positive value for the study of modern Chinese history, especially the history of drug prohibition both internationally and domestically. Moreover, the book provides vivid historical material for our anti-drug propaganda efforts. We believe it will be welcomed by a wide range of readers.



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