GCHC1006
Modern China and the World History

GCHC1006
Course Code Offering Department(s) Units & Hours
GCHC1006 HIST (3,2,1)
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What is the course about?

GCHC1006 aims to introduce China’s relations with the outside world from the Opium World to the present. It discusses the treaty system, the impact of W.W.I on China, the Washington Conference, the Sino-Japanese War, and China’s opening to the world in 1978. In addition, it traces the problems, difficulties, and prospects of China’s foreign relations. The course examines the impact of issues like human rights on China’s relations with other countries and international organizations.

What do the students say about this course?

內容充實,不會過份艱深,歷史系或外系學生均能應付。

Translation
Year 2 student from SOSC

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Notes for all GE courses

  • You can take a maximum of 6 additional units of GE courses from any categories as electives.