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Wheat bin made of straw mats, Haizhou, China, ca.1925
Peking airfield 16.12.1948. The evacuation during the civil war in China was made here by the L...
A house made of coconut palm leaves
Peking airfield 16.12.1948. The evacuation during the civil war in China was made here by the L...
Maryknoll Sisters cross a crudely made bridge, Kaying, China, ca. 1940
Fr. Jarreau in a raincoat made of palms at  Guangzhou , China, [s.d.]
Beggars, China, about 1930
A Bishops chair made by Br. Albert Staubli, MM, in Jiangmen, China, 1927.
Writing desk made by an indian christian joiner in Udapi.
A basketwork made by the native pupils of the mission
[Young African women dressed and made up for their initiation]
Displaying textiles made at Harwood Bible Training School, Fenyang, Shanxi, China, ca.1936-37
Biblical poster. DMS, Dongbei, China
Biblical poster. DMS, Dongbei, China
Man wearing pants made out of a flour sack, China, ca.1905-1910
Through the application of international public relations, the Chinese government can neutralize the negative effects of the "made in China" stigma, thereby protecting China's national image
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Mule cart, China about 1930
Schoolchildren Liaoning, China ab.1930
Schoolchildren Liaoning, China ab. 1930
A tree growing at Fushun, China, 1937.
Surviving the "Made in China" stigma: challenges for Chinese multinational corporations
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Place where offerings are made.
Place where offerings are made.
Boats in the water in Guilin, China, [s.d.].
Maryknoll priest in Zhigong, Meixien, China, 1929.
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