Endymion Wilkinson

Wilkinson holding the two heavy volumes of his sixth edition Endymion Porter Wilkinson (born 15 May 1941) is an English diplomat and sinologist who served as the European Union Ambassador to China and Mongolia from 1994 to 2001. He is particularly noted for ''Chinese History: A New Manual'', the first version of which appeared in 1973, an authoritative guide to Sinology and Chinese history for which he was awarded the Prix Stanislas Julien for 2014. The 2022 revised and enlarged Sixth Edition (Fiftieth Anniversary Edition) consists of two volumes, 1.7-million-words, covering topics, primary sources, and scholarship from earliest times to 1976. Provided by Wikipedia
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Published: 1973.
Superior document: Harvard East Asian Monographs ; 49