Date of Submission

Spring 2012

Academic Program

Historical Studies

Project Advisor 1

Robert Culp

Abstract/Artist's Statement

For many decades, historians believe that the Sino-American relationship during World War II was strongly influenced by some extraordinary individuals. However, if we follow the path of history and trace it back to the very beginning, what we would see is the fact that after all, the Sino-American wartime relationship was just another case of engagement based on national interest. By closely examining the cases like Burma Campaigns, we can see how Sino-American relationship was shaped by America's global geo-strategy.

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