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    • Chinese Perspectives on Sino-Iran Relations 

      Reeves, J. (Small Wars Journal, 2011)
      The American discourse on China's Iran policy by government officials, think tanks, and intellectuals tends to vilify Beijing as a revisionist power. This view of Chinese-Iranian relations is overly simplistic and ...
    • Chinese perspectives on tourism eco-certification 

      Linsheng, Zhong; Buckley, Ralf; Ting, Xie (Annals of Tourism Research, 2007)
    • Chinese Rhetoric and Writing: An Introduction for Language Teachers 

      Kirkpatrick, Andy; Xu, Zhichang (2012)
      In Chinese Rhetoric and Writing: An Introduction for Language Teachers, Andy Kirkpatrick and and Zhichang Xu offer a response to the argument that Chinese students' academic writing in English is influenced by "culturally ...
    • Chinese secondary physics teachers’ beliefs and instructional decisions in relation to inquiry-based teaching 

      Zhu, Zheng; Geelan, David (Electronic Journal of Science Education, 2013)
      This paper reports case studies of five Chinese secondary physics teacher s' beliefs and instructional decisions in relation to inquiry- based teaching (IBT) . It is part of a larger study intended to explore Chinese ...
    • Chinese state-owned enterprises in Africa: Ambassadors or freebooters? 

      Xu, Yi-chong (Journal of Contemporary China, 2014)
      The role of Chinese state-owned enterprises (SOEs) in Africa is puzzling: they pioneered China's inroads into Africa and shouldered the responsibilities of building and expanding cooperation with African countries, while ...
    • Chinese student travel market to Australia: An exploratory assessment of destination perceptions 

      Wang, Ying; Davidson, Michael (International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration, 2008)
      Chinese students form the largest international student travel market for Australia and approximately a quarter of Australia's international student enrollments are mainland Chinese. Despite the significance of the market, ...
    • Chinese students' participation: the effect of cultural factors 

      Hodkinson, Christopher; Poropat, Arthur (Education and Training, 2014)
      Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to provide for Western educators of international Chinese and Confucian Heritage Culture (CHC) students the first integrated review of kiasu, the "fear of missing out", and its ...
    • Chinese Students’ Engagement with Mathematics Learning 

      Norton, Stephen; Zhang, Qinqiong (International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, 2013)
      Over the past decade it has been frequently reported that East Asian students are outperforming their Western counterparts in international tests of mathematics at middle-school level. This paper probes classroom discourse ...
    • Chinese Superstition and Foreign Currency Returns 

      Chung, Richard Yiu-Ming; Li, Bin (Academy of Taiwan Business Management Review, 2013)
      We examine the potential effect of Chinese superstition on returns in eight major currencies. We focus on market responses to days that are superstitiously deemed by the Chinese to be either lucky or unlucky. After controlling ...
    • Chinese Superstition in US Commodity Trading 

      Chung, Richard Yiu-Ming; F. Darrat, Ali; Li, Bin (Applied Economics Letters, 2014)
      We examine the potential effect of Chinese superstition on the prices of four commodities traded in the US commodity market using daily data from January 1994 to September 2012. We focus on market responses to days that ...
    • Chinese Tourists and Confucianism 

      Kwek, Anna; Lee, Young-Sook (Asia Pacific Journal of Tourism Research, 2010)
      Despite the widespread belief in the significance of Confucianism on the behaviour of Mainland Chinese people, limited empirical studies have been conducted to examine the Chinese cultural and philosophical ideology in a ...
    • Chineseness and Chinese Capitalism in East and Southeast Asia 

      Schak, David (Rethinking Chinese Transnational Enterprises: Cultural Affinity and Business Strategies, 2001)
    • Chiral capillary electrophoresis with cationic pyrrolidinium-β-cyclodextrin derivatives as chiral selectors 

      Xiao, Yin; Wang, Yong; Ong, Teng-Teng; Ge, Liya; Tan, Swee Ngin; Young, David; Y Tan, T.; Ng, Siu-Choon (Journal of Separation Science, 2010)
      New single-isomer, cationic ߭cyclodextrins, including mono-6-deoxy-6-pyrrolidine-߭cyclodextrin chloride (pyCDCl), mono-6-deoxy-6-(N-methyl-pyrrolidine)-߭cyclodextrin chloride (N-CH3-pyCDCl), mono-6-deoxy-6-(N-(2-hydroxye ...
    • Chitosan and Gelatin based Prototype Delivery Systems for the Treatment of Oral Mucositis: from Material to Performance in vitro 

      Tamara Perchyonok, V.; Zhang, Shengmiao; Oberholzer, Theunis (Current Drug Delivery, 2013)
      In this study we developed and evaluated a prototype of an effective occlusive mucoadhesive system for prophylaxis and/or treatment of oral mucositis based on chitosan and gelatine models together with nystatin as a ...
    • Chitosan:Vitamin C Containing Hydrogels as a Prototype Functional Prolonged Pain Management Restorative Material: In-Vitro Studies 

      Tamara Perchyonok, V.; Reher, Vanessa; Zhang, Shengmiao; Oberholzer, Theunis; Massey, Ward; R. Grobler, Sias (Open Journal of Stomatology, 2014)
    • Chixu Fazhan Zhong de Bodong: Zhong Ao Guanxi Jinkuang 

      Wang, Yi (Dayangzhou Fazhan Baogao 2013-2014 Blue Book of Oceania, 2014)
      Apart from providing an overview of current Sino-Australian relations, the article also traces developments in the past three years, straddling the Gillard, Rudd and Abbott administrations. The author finds that the bilateral ...
    • Chlamydia muridarum major-outer membrane protein-specific antibodies inhibit in vitro infection but enhance pathology in vivo 

      A. Cunningham, Kelly; J. Carey, Alison; Hafner, Louise; Timms, Peter; W. Beagley, Kenneth (American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 2011)
      PROBLEM: Chlamydia trachomatis is a significant worldwide health problem, and the often-asymptomatic disease can result in infertility. To develop a successful vaccine, a complete understanding of the immune response to ...
    • Chlamydia trachomatis, a Hidden Epidemic: Effects on Female Reproduction and Options for Treatment 

      J. Carey, Alison; W. Beagley, Kenneth (American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 2010)
      The number of genital tract Chlamydia trachomatis infections is steadily increasing worldwide, with approximately 50-70% of infections asymptomatic. There is currently no uniform screening practice, current antibiotic ...
    • Chloride Channel ClC-5 Binds to Aspartyl Aminopeptidase to Regulate Renal Albumin Endocytosis 

      Lee, Aven; Slattery, Craig; Nikolic-Paterson, David J.; Hryciw, Deanne; Wilk, Sherwin; Wilk, Elizabeth; Zhang, Yuan; Valova, Valentina A.; Robinson, Phillip J.; Kelly, Darren J.; Poronnik, Philip (American Journal of Physiology: Renal Physiology, 2015)
      ClC-5 is a chloride/proton exchanger that plays an obligate role in albumin uptake by the renal proximal tubule. ClC-5 forms an endocytic complex with the albumin receptor megalin/cubilin. We have identified a novel ClC-5 ...
    • Chlorination for degrading saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons) in water 

      Nicholson, B.; Shaw, G.; Morrall, J.; Senogles, P.; Woods, T.; Papageorgiou, J.; Kapralos, C.; Wickramasinghe, W.; Davis, B.; Eaglesham, G.; Moore, M. (Environmental Technology, 2003)
      Chlorination was investigated as a treatment option for degrading and thus removing saxitoxins (paralytic shellfish poisons, PSPs) produced by cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) from water. It was found to be effective with ...