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    Wang Ju XinWang Xin
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Drawing on Chinese and European sources, this book offers a unique insight into Macau's role in the history of the Jesuit missions and the Catholic Church in China.

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The book, starting from the foreign-related figures of the late Qing Dynasty, traces once more the external relations of. .

The book, starting from the foreign-related figures of the late Qing Dynasty, traces once more the external relations of the late Qing Dynasty and, on the basis of this, discusses the history and reality of foreign relations, in the hope that China can really "go out of late Qing Dynasty toward globalization".

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