After the announcement of founding the Journal of China in Comparative Perspective (JCCP) at LSE in 2009 we received a stream of greetings.  
"I am supportive of this journal. I think a comparative approach to China issues is intellectually extremely useful and badly needed." -- Professor Kam Chan, Department of Geography, University of Washington, USA.
"I find the comparative perspective interesting and hopefully also rewarding." -- Professor Jørgen Delman, China Studies, Department of Cross-Cultural and Regional Studies, Copenhagen University, Denmark.
"I am 100% behind the journal proposal." -- Dr Kent Deng, Department of economic History, LSE, UK.
"I just guest edited our special issue of DevISSues on China (http://www.iss.nl/DevISSues/PDF-archive). We are trying to initiate a development studies focus on China... our project would be perfect, because the whole emphasis is to look at the lessons or insights of experience of China for the field of development studies more generally, particularly in light of all of the crap caricatures that are spewed out about China in the big-name development studies literature. ... So, I want to propose to you that we do a special issue on China and international development studies. Obviously, you probably wouldn't want this as a first issue, but perhaps a second or third? We could guarantee a good supply of high quality articles, from inside and outside China." --- Dr Andrew Fischer, Institute of Social Studies, Netherlands.
This is good news. I am of course fully endorsing the new journal. -- Dr Peter Flügel, Department of the Study of Religions, SOAS, UK.
I would be honoured to be a board member of the journal and will do my best to review papers when asked. Congratulations to you all on the launch of the journal. -- Professor Andrew Kipnis, Senior Fellow, Contemporary China Centre, Department of Anthropology, The Australian National University; Editor of The China Journal, Australia.
"I strongly support this initiative." -- Dr Jakob Klein, Department of Anthropology and Sociology, SOAS, UK.
"Yes, go ahead and cite my endorsement for the new journal." -- Professor Arthur Kleinman, Director of Asia Center, Professor of Anthropology in Social Medicine and Psychiatry, Harvard University, USA.
"You have my support." -- Dr Martin Jacques, columnist for The Guardian; Senior Research Fellow of the Centre for the Study of International Affairs, Diplomacy and Grand Strategy (IDEAS), LSE, formally editor of Marxism Today, UK.
"This is good news. I support your initiative. Wish you all the best." -- Professor Manoranjan Mohanty, Department of Political Science, University of Delhi, India.
"… I am very supportive of this project (the ‘mission statement’ is really impressive) ... Have you started to plan special themed issues? (This might be one way of attracting good papers.) The journal has motivated me to start thinking about working on a paper I've been mulling over for some time on ‘Iconic architecture in China and beyond’ (provisional title) which I'd like to write in the full fruit of time with a Chinese colleague." -- Professor Leslie Sklair, Department of Sociology, LSE, UK.
"I totally agree with your idea. I really enjoyed discussing with the audience when I paid a visit to your network to give a speech last Tuesday." -- Professor Shigeto Sonoda, Institute of Oriental Culture & Graduate School of Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo, Japan.
"Thanks for the pdf version of the journal (sample issue) with my contribution. I read the English text, and I did not find even one mistake. Congratulations! ... You did a fantastic job!" -- Professor Dr Harro von Senger, Professor of Sinology, University of Freiburg, and Expert at the Swiss Institute of Comparative Law at Lausanne, Switzerland.
"By all means, feel free to refer to my support for the project, as you have very good people lined up and a journal that places China into comparative perspective will serve an important function and not duplicate anything that is out there at present." -- Professor Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Department of History, University of California, Irvine, USA; Editor of the Journal of Asian Studies.
"I feel very honoured to be involved in this journal project. I will be pleased to provide my support in whatever way I am able to." -- Professor XIANG Biao, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford, UK.
"I believe that this journal will be an exciting venue for showcasing new, innovative, interdisciplinary research on China from a unique comparative perspective."-- Professor Li Zhang, Department of Anthropology, UC Davis, USA.


       2009年, 《中国比较研究》曾经在伦敦经济学院宣布创刊,我们收到了同行们的积极反馈和褒奖(按字母顺序排列)。

        我支持这份期刊。我认为中国问题比较研究从智识角度而言极有用,也极需要。―― 陈金永教授,美国华盛顿大学地理学系
       我觉得比较视角引人入胜,期待它硕果累累。―― 约恩•德尔曼教授,丹麦哥本哈根大学跨文化与区域研究系中国研究教研室
       我百分之百支持这个期刊项目。―― 邓钢博士,伦敦经济学院经济史系。
      我刚刚客座编辑了一期中国发展专刊(DevISSues)(http://www.iss.nl/DevISSues/PDF-archive)。我们还想要企划一期专门针对中国发展的研究……我们的项目将是无可挑剔的,因为全部中心都在审视更一般意义上的发展研究领域中的中国经验之教训或洞见,尤其是针对那些发展研究大著作中喷涌而出关于中国的拙劣描述……所以,我想给你们提个建议,就是我们做一期关于中国和国际发展研究的专题。显然,你们可能不会考虑将这个主题放到第一期,但也许可以考虑第二期或第三期?我们保证会从中国内外提供高质量和充足的稿源。――Andrew Fischer博士,荷兰社会研究所。
       这是个好消息。我当然全力支持新期刊。―― 彼得∙福鲁格尔博士,亚非学院宗教研究系
       我感到非常荣幸,能够成为该刊编委会一员,我将尽自己最大努力来审阅接到的稿件。祝贺你们成功创刊。―― 任柯安博士,澳大利亚国立大学人类学系、当代中国研究中心资深研究员;《中国期刊》主编
       我非常支持该企划。―― 雅各·克莱因博士,亚非学院人类学和社会学系。
       好的,干吧,把我对该刊的赞同贴出来。―― 阿瑟·克莱曼 教授,哈佛大学社会医疗和精神医学人类学教授,亚洲中心主任
       我对此表示支持。―― 马丁· 雅克博士,《卫报》专栏作者;伦敦经济学院国际事务、外交和宏观战略研究中心(IDEAS)资深研究员;英国《今日马克思主义》前主编。  
        这是个好消息。我支持你们的企划。祝你们一切顺利。―― 莫汉蒂教授,印度德里大学政治学系。
       我非常支持该项目("目的陈述"实令人印象深刻)……你们是否已开始策划专题讨论?(这可能是一个吸引高质量论文的方式)。该期刊促使我开始思考写一篇我想了有些时候的论文,是有关"中国符号建筑及其他"(暂定题目),我希望能找到一位志同道合的中国同事一起来撰写。―― Leslie Sklair教授,伦敦经济学院社会学系。
       我完全支持你们的创意。你们中国比较研究网上周二为我安排的演讲令人非常愉快,尤其是和听众进行了一番热烈的讨论。―― 园田茂人教授,日本东京大学跨学科信息研究生院,东方文化研究所。
       感谢期刊PDF版(样本期刊)中我的文章。我细读了其英文文本,竟然没发现即使是一个讹误。恭喜!这是你们的功绩。你们做了出色的工作!---- 胜雅律教授,瑞士弗莱堡大学汉学教授,瑞士比较法研究所专家
       不管以何种方式,尽管提及我对该项目的支持,你们团队一流,该刊将中国置于比较研究视野中,将会发挥重要作用,是当下无可比拟的一份刊物。―― 华志坚教授,加州大学尔湾分校历史系;《亚洲研究》主编
       我感到非常荣幸能受邀加入该期刊项目。我会尽己所能予以支持。―― 项彪博士,牛津大学移民、政策与社会中心(COMPAS)
      我相信该刊将是一个令人激动的阵地,以彰显从一个独特的比较视角来对中国进行新鲜的、富有创意的和跨学科的研究。―― 张黎教授,加州大学戴维斯分校人类学系。


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