The Business of Culture

The Business of Culture

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The Business of Culture examines the rise of Chinese qcultural entrepreneurs, q businesspeople who risked financial well-being and reputation by investing in multiple cultural enterprises in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Rich in biographical detail, the interlinked case studies featured in this volume introduce three distinct archetypes: the cultural personality, the tycoon, and the collective enterprise. These portraits reveal how rapidly evolving technologies and growing transregional ties created fertile conditions for business success in the cultural sphere. They also highlight strategies used by cultural entrepreneurs around the world today.See Yinga#39;s diary entry of 18 July 1904, in Fang, Ying Lianzhi 23: appendix, 19. LA¼ herself refers to the school having been established in the a€œfirst month of wintera€: that is, November 1904. ... of the schoola#39;s staff, but LA¼ Bicheng mentions the English teacher in her school, Ms. Gandelin, in her travel essay a€œBeidaihe youji. ... Ling, a€œBa, a€ 1a-1b, in LA¼ Bicheng, Xinfangji Hongxue yinyuan, 2:n.p. LBSJ, 407.

Title:The Business of Culture
Author: Christopher Rea, Nicolai Volland
Publisher:UBC Press - 2014-10-17

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