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Professor Lai Huimin (賴惠敏)
2013-11-05
Current Occupation: Researcher At The Institute Of Modern History At The Academia Sinica

National Taiwan University History, Ph. D.

Publication List:

Books And Proceedings
• Lai Huimin, July 2010, “The Qing Imperial Family”, A Total
Of 334 Pages, Beijing: Peking University Press.
• Lai Huimin, 2007, "The Flag Of China: Qing Dynasty Law
And Society", 328, Taipei: Southern Book Company.
• Lai Huimin, 2005, "Continuation Of The Penghu County ‧
Financial Papers”, A Total Of 220 Pages, Penghu: Penghu
County Government.
• Lai Huimin, June 1997, “The Nobles: The Qing Royal Family,
Class Structure And Economic Life", 359 Pages, Taipei:
Institute Of Modern History, Academia Sinica, Special Issue
(81).
• Lai Huimin, 1983, "The Study Of The Ming Dynasty Of South
Zhili Endowment System", 201 Pages, Taipei: National Taiwan
University College Of Liberal Arts.

Editor Of The Following Books:
• Lai Huimin, Hsu Xue Ji, Chen Yi Shen, Xu Wen Tang, 2007,
“Taichung County And The County Government History”, 690
Pages, Taichung County: Cultural Affairs Bureau Of Taichung
County.

Journal Publications:
• Lai Huimin, 2011, “From The Law Of The Flag Of The Qing
Dynasty Membership Policy”, "Qing Dynasty Research",
Volume
1, 39-52.
• Lai Huimin, May 2010, “The Tibetan Buddhist Temple In The
Qing Dynasty”, Inner Mongolia Normal University, Section 3,
Page -15.
• Lai Huimin, December 2009, “Emperor Qianlong On The
Tibetan Buddhist Temples And Its Economic Significance",
Institute Of History And Philology, Academia Sinica
Bulletin, 80 (4 Points), Pages 633-689.
• Lai Huimin, March 2009, “Suzhou East Foreign Goods With
The Public Life (1736-1795)", Academia Sinica's Institute Of
Modern History Bulletin, 63, Pages 37-89.
• Lai Huimin, June 2008, “From Hangzhou City The Man Of The
Qing Dynasty”, The History Of Cross-Strait Development, 5,
Pages 37-89.
• Lai Huimin, December 2007, “The Qing Government Of Beijing
Tibetan Temples Fiscal Expenditure And Its Significance”,
"Bulletin Of The Institute Of Modern History At The Academia
Sinica, 58, Pages 1-51.
• Lai Huimin, 2006, “Qing Qianlong Era Of The Lama Temple -
A Level Of Economic And Cultural Visits”, National Palace
Museum Research Quarterly, 23 (4), 131-164.
• Lai Huimin, December 2005, “Guaren Good Goods: Emperor
Qianlong And The Suzhou Downtown”, Bulletin Of The Institute
Of Modern History At The Academia Sinica, 50, Pages 185-233.
• Lai Huimin, December 2004, “The Tax System Of Qing
Qianlong And Royal Finance”, The Institute Of Modern
History, Academia Sinica, Bulletin 46, Pages 53-104.
• Lai Huimin, 2003, “Qing Qianlong Imperial Household And
The Fur Trading Capital”, "National Palace Museum Research
Quarterly, Volume 21, Number 1, Pages 101-134.
• Lai Huimin, December 2003, Women's Ignorance? Qing Dynasty
House Flag Of Women's Legal Status. "Modern China Women's
History", 11, Pages 1-46.
• Lai Huimin, December 2002, “The Iron Rice Bowl? Xin The
Library People In The Late Qing Dynasty Imperial Household
And Livelihoods”, "Bulletin Of The Institute Of Modern
History At The Academia Sinica, 38, 71-128.
• Lai Huimin, March 2002, “The Imperial Household And
Businessmen Of Qianlong From The High-Pak Case”, "New
History", Volume 13, No. 1, Pages 71-131.
• Lai Huimin, Zhu Qingwei, June 2000, “Women, Family And
Society: Yongzheng And Qianlong Period Abduction Escape The
Analysis Of The Case”, Modern Chinese Women's History, 8, 1-
40.
• Lai Huimin, December 1999, “From The Contract Documents In
Seeing The Flag Policy And The Code Of The Qing Dynasty To
Sell (1644-1820)”, Bulletin Of The Institute Of Modern
History At The Academia Sinica, 32, Pages 123-163.
• Lai Huimin Xu Si Ling, August 1998, “Lust And Punishment:
The History Of Interpretation Of The Early Qing Dynasty
Guilty Of Rape Cases (1644-1795)”, "Modern Women's History",
6, Pages 31-73.
• Lai Huimin, December 1997, “Qianlong Imperial Household Of
The Pawn Shop Developers (1736-1795)", Bulletin Of The
Institute Of Modern History At The Academia Sinica, 28,
Pages 133-175.
• Lai Huimin Xu Si Ling, August 1996 “Analysis Of Qing
Dynasty And Manchu Women Property Rights, "Modern Chinese
Women's History", 4, Pages 3-33.
• Lai Huimin, January 1995, “The Economic Life Of The Qing
Dynasty Royal Family", Institute Of Modern History At
Academia Sinica Bulletin Of Section 24, Page 473-516.
• Lai Huimin, June 1994, “Qing Dynasty Royal Family
Structure And Property Of Distribution”, Bulletin Of The
Institute Of Modern History At The Academia Sinica, 23,
Pages 65-95.
• Lai Huimin, June 1994, “Qing Dynasty Royal Family Status
Of Women”, "Modern Chinese Women's History", 2, Pages 3-25.
• Lai Huimin, June 1993, “The Royal Family In The Qing
Dynasty Research”, Bulletin Of The Institute Of Modern
History
At The Academia Sinica, 22, Pages 39-71.
• Lai Huimin, June 1992, “The Relationship Between Social
Status And Population Growth - To The Family Of Two In
Manchuria In The Qing Dynasty Case”, Bulletin Of The
Institute Of Modern History At The Academia Sinica, 21,
Pages 53-84.
• Lai Huimin, 1989, “Ming And Qing Haining Zha Chen Family
Population”, Continental Magazine, No. 78 Of 3, 4, Pages
14-31, Page 36-47.
• Lai Huimin, November 1982, “South Zhili Taxes And Corvee
In The Ming Dynasty And Local Funding”, History Of The
Original Volume 12, Pages 65-98.
• Lai Huimin, September 1981, “The Construction And Its
Political Function Of Western Han Dynasty Chang'an City”,
National Taiwan University Of Architecture And Planning
Research Journal, Volume 1, 1, Pages 115-134.

Book Chapters
• Lai Huimin, Yao China, October 2010, “Yongzheng Emperor
And Beijing The Chinese Tradition Of Buddhist Temple, Li
Tianming Code, The First Session Of The Conference Of The
Cross-Strait Forbidden City: King And Difficult - Yongzheng
Man And His Deeds And The Era Of Proceedings, Pages 169-
188, Taipei: National Palace Museum.
• Lai Huimin, June 2010, Of “Qianlong And Jiaqing Era Of
Foreign Goods And The Bannermen Daily Life” Wu Ren Shu
Compiled From The City Of China's Modernity, Pages 1-35,
Taipei: Academia Sinica Institute Of Modern History.
• Lai Huimin, May 2009, “Women In Gender - Qing Legal
Status” From The File, Of Lee Joan Of Arc Code, New Theory
Of The Chinese History - Gender History Volume, Pages 377-
411, Taipei: Linking Publishing Company.
• Lai Huimin, 2009, “Law And Society: On The Qing Dynasty
Who Committed The Rape Case”, Qiu Peng Shen, Chen Xi, The
Ming And Qing Dynasties In The Operation Of The Law Of Power
And Culture", Pages 175-211, Taipei: Linking Publishing
Company.
• Lai Huimin, 2008, “Copper Coin Of The Salt Merchants And
Royal Fiscal”, China's First Historical Archives Of Code,
"The Ming And Qing Archives And Historical Research
International Conference Proceedings, Pages 918-938,
Beijing: Xinhua Publishing Society.
• Lai Huimin July 2003 “From The Archives Of The Qing
Dynasty Manchu Family Disputes (1644-1795)”, Yu Kam Ming, "A
Silent Sound (II): Modern Chinese Women And Social (1600-
1950)", Pages 53-84, Taipei: Academia Sinica Institute Of
Modern History.
• Lai Huimin, June 2002, “Modern Separation Of Customs”,
Feng
Ming, Eds., "Literature And History - He Chen Jie Christine
First Professor Of Seventy Longevity Proceedings, Pages 348-
369, Taipei: Yuan-Liou Publishing Shares Limited.

• Lai Huimin, 2000, “From Murder In Seeing The Pre-State And
Society (1644-1795)”, Wang Mian, Ming And Qing Cultural
Theory ", Pages 91-140, Taipei: Wen Jin Press.
• Lai Huimin, June 1999, “Qing Dynasty Patriarchal Women
Marriage” Center For Chinese Studies Code, "The Chinese
Family And Ethics Symposium, Pages 177-201, Taipei: Center
For Chinese Studies.
• Lai Huimin, June 1998, The “Qing Dynasty Imperial
Household Guanzhuang Account”, Institute Of History And
Philology At Academia Sinica Code, "Chinese Modern Family
And Social Seminar Proceedings, 45, Taipei: Academia Sinica
History Institute Of Linguistics.
• Lai Huimin, 1997, “Qing Dynasty Imperial Household Xiao
Guan Zhuang Government”, National Taiwan University,
Institute Of History Code, "History: Inheritance And Change
Conference Proceedings, 22, Taipei: National Taiwan
University, Institute Of History.
• Lai Huimin, 1994, “Qing Dynasty Royal Family”, Li
Zhongqing The Shehui Code, "Qing Imperial Population
Behavior And Social Environment", A Total Of 30, Beijing:
Peking University Press.
• Lai Huimin, April 1993, “Knighted And Any Official Of The
Qing Imperial”, Central University Discipline Continuity And
Change Of The Second Session Of The Ming And Qing Dynasties
Of Chinese Culture, Proceedings, Pages 427-460, Taipei :
History And Philosophy Press.
• Lai Huimin, August 1993 “Population And Livelihoods Of The
Qing Dynasty And Manchuria Niu Hu Lu Family”, Sinology
Literature Pavilion Editorial, "Genealogy Of The Sixth Asian
Symposium Record, 25, Taipei: Linking Publishing Company.
• Lai Huimin, June 1992, “Endowment System In The Ming
Dynasty History Of The Recalling”, National Taiwan
University Department Of History, Compiled, Since The
Republic Of Retrospect And Prospect Of The National History
Research Symposium, Pages 1487-1498, Taipei: National Taiwan
University .
• Lai Huimin, June 1992, "On The Qianlong Full Party And Han
Party”, Academia Sinica's Institute Of Modern History Modern
Family And Political History Of Proceedings, Pages 721-744,
New York: Central Research The Hospital's Institute Of
Modern History.
• Lai Huimin, June 1991, “The Formation And The Rise And
Fall Of The Late Ming And Early Qing Literati - A Number Of
Case Studies”, The National Central University, Branch Code,
"The Ming And Qing Dynasties Of Chinese Culture, Change And
Continuity", Pages 377 - 438, Taipei : History And
Philosophy Press.
• Lai Huimin, December 1989, “Gentry Family In The Ming And
Qing Western Zhejiang Marriage - Example Sea Ningchen Shi”,
Guoxue Literature Museum Code, Fourth Asian The Genealogy
Conference Record Of Meeting, Pages 121-177, Taipei: United
Daily News Cultural Foundation National Studies Literature
Museum.
• Lai Huimin, December 1989, “Qing Dynasty Shandong
Confucian Shoda”, The Institute Of Modern History At
Academia Sinica Code, "Modern Chinese Rural Economic History
Of", Pages 119-160, Taipei: Institute Of Modern History .

Conference And Seminar Papers:
• Lai Huimin, June 2005, “The Laws Of The Qing Dynasty And
National Governance Of Regional Groups And Family As The
Center Of Discussion”, Published In The "Modern Chinese
History And Thought: Institute Of Modern History, Academia
Sinica, Creators Of The The 50th Anniversary Of The
International Symposium, Taipei: Academia Sinica Institute
Of Modern History ,2005-06-29 ~ 2005-07-01.
• Lai Huimin, November 2005, “Lama Temple And The Qing
Qianlong Era”, Published In The Literature Enough To Sign:
The Second Session Of The Qing Dynasty Archives
International Symposium, Taipei: National Palace Museum
,2005-11-03 ~ 2005 -11-05.
• Lai Huimin, October 2005, “Strict Legislation, Law
Enforcement Leniency: Qing Dynasty Who Committed Rape Case”,
Published In The Ming And Qing Functioning Of The Judiciary
Power And Culture "Seminar, New York: History And Philology
Institute ,2005-10-13 ~ 2005-10-15.
• Lai Huimin, September 2005, “Copper Coin Of The Salt
Merchants And Royal Financial”, Published In The Ming And
Qing Archives And Historical Research", International
Symposium, Beijing: China's First Historical Archives Of
2005-2007 -09-19 ~~ 2005-09-22.

Dissertation:
• Lai Huimin, 1988, “Ming And Qing Western Zhejiang Gentry
Family Research” 311 Pages, Institute Of History, Phd
Thesis, National Taiwan University.

參考網址: Professor Lai Huimin

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