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Ronald Suleski

Ronald Suleski is a historian and author specializing in East Asia. He has been the longest serving president of the Asiatic Society of Japan, served on the National Committee on US-China Relations and associated with the Harvard University's East Asian research center, he is serving as the Director of the Rosenberg Institute at Suffolk University in Boston, United States. Ronald Suleski in an historian anthropologist, author specializing in East Asia, he was born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1942. He served in the United States Army from 1960 to 1966, he received his BA cum laude in Anthropology and Asian Studies from the University of Pittsburgh in 1966. He did his graduate work at the University of Michigan, where he received his MA in Chinese Studies in 1969, his PhD in Modern Chinese History in 1974, he taught at the University of Texas at Arlington from 1974 to 1978. In 1978-79 he was a Japan Foundation Fellow in Tokyo, he continued living in Japan for the next twenty years. He became an executive in international professional publishing.

He worked for Pergamon Press, HarperCollins, CCH-Commerce Clearing House, continued to travel in Asia. He was a member of the Asiatic Society of Japan, founded in 1872, served as President from 1987 to 1994, he was Provost of the Huron University Tokyo campus from 1995 to 1997. He returned to the United States in 1997 and affiliated as an Associate in Research at the Fairbank Center for Chinese Studies, an affiliation which continues today, he was at the Harvard-Yenching Institute became Assistant Director of the Fairbank Center in 2003 and served until 2008. In 2009 he joined Suffolk University Boston as the first Director of the newly established Rosenberg Institute for East Asian Research and as Professor of History, where he continues serving, he has published in English and Japanese, including The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955–2005.. His most recent book is Daily Life for the Common People of China, 1850 to 1950: Understanding Chaoben Culture.

President - Asiatic Society of Japan Fellow – Japan Foundation Books and monographs: The modernization of Manchuria published by Chinese University Press. Civil Government in Warlord China: Tradition published by Peter Lang. Daily Life for the Common People of China, 1850-1950. Leiden: Brill Publishers. 2018.. Chinese edition of Civil government in warlord China: tradition and Manchuria. Appeared as: Zhang Zuolin he Wang Yongjiang: Beiyang zhengfu shidai de Fengtian zhengfu 張作霖 和 王永江: 北洋 軍閥時代的 奉天政府. Translated by Xi Youwei 徐有威. Beijing: Zhongyang bianyi chubanshe 中央編譯出 社 Central Compilation and Translation Bureau, 2012.. Chinese Language Edition of The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955-2005 appeared as Hafu daxue Fei Zhengqing zhongxinwushinian shi 哈佛大學 費政情中心 50 年史. Translated by Lu Keli 路克利. Beijing: New Star Press 新星出版社, 2012.. Korean Language Edition of The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955-2005 appeared as Habote daehak ui Dongashia yongu: chuigun oshipmnyon ui paljache하버드대학의 동아시아 연구: 최근 50년의 발자취.

Translated by Kim Songgyu김성규. Seoul: Hyonaksa현학사. 2008.. Manshū no seishōnen zō 滿州の青少年像. Aichi University Tōa dōbun shoin booklet #4. Toyohashi: Aichi University.. The Fairbank Center for East Asian Research at Harvard University: A fifty-year history, 1955–2005. Cambridge, MA: Fairbank Center. Civil government in warlord China: tradition and Manchuria. New York: Peter Lang Publishing.. The modernization of Manchuria: an annotated bibliography. Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press. With H. Masada. Affective expressions in Japanese: A handbook of value-laden words in everyday Japanese. Tokyo: The Hokuseido Press.. Directory of Asian studies in secondary education. New York: National Committee on United States-China Relations.. A Guide to some lesser known figures in modern China. Mimeographed by the Center for Chinese Studies, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan.. With Daniel Bays. Early communist China: two studies. Research monograph. Michigan Papers in Chinese Studies, No. 4. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan, 1969

Something Borrowed (film)

Something Borrowed is a 2011 American romantic comedy film based on Emily Giffin's 2005 book of the same name, directed by Luke Greenfield, starring Ginnifer Goodwin, Kate Hudson, Colin Egglesfield, John Krasinski and was distributed by Warner Bros. Rachel is an unmarried attorney in New York City. After too many drinks on her 30th birthday, Rachel wakes up in bed with Dex, engaged to her best friend, Darcy. Rachel and Dex discuss. Rachel believes the encounter is a one night stand, but it develops into an ongoing affair with her continuously lying to Darcy and others in order to sleep with Dex and be there for him. Rachel lies to Darcy that she is having sex with two other men, but confides in their mutual friend Ethan and acquaintance Marcus. Ethan, friends with Rachel and acquaintance to Darcy reluctantly agrees to play along with Rachel's lies. Dex's mother suffers from depression and it seems that Dex and Darcy's upcoming wedding is the only thing keeping her happy. Months after they started having sex behind Darcy's back, they skip out on Darcy's 4 July weekend in the Hamptons to stay in the city.

The two run into his parents, Dex's father tells Dex to end it as soon as possible, saying that what he wants should not be considered a priority when it conflicts with what is right, that they’re not that kind of people, meaning he stuck by Dex’s mom with her troubles so Dex should not abandon Darcy and humiliate her so close to the wedding. As the wedding nears and Rachel are speaking less and less. At the beach, their secret is revealed by Ethan, frustrated with Rachel for lying to people she cares about; that night at the bar, Rachel tells Dex that she wants him to call off the wedding so they can be together, but he tells her that he can't. After Ethan moves to London for a job, Rachel goes to visit him, he reveals that he accepts that Rachel does not reciprocate his feelings. Rachel returns to New York to find Dex sitting on her doorstep, he reveals. Rachel is ecstatic. Dex hides and overhears as Darcy reveals that she has been cheating with Marcus during the time that Dex was cheating with Rachel.

Darcy is pregnant with Marcus' child and she says that they are happy. Darcy notices Dex's jacket and begins to search the apartment for him; when Dex reveals himself, Darcy understands that her best friend is the other woman. Two months Rachel and Darcy run into each other on the street. Darcy feigns excitement about her pregnancy and shares that this is the happiest she has been; when Darcy notices that Rachel has picked up one of Dex's shirts from the dry cleaner, she realizes they are still together. Rachel walks around the corner to Dex sitting on a bench. During a mid-credits scene, Darcy shows up to surprise Ethan in London; the screen turns black with text indicating. Ginnifer Goodwin as Rachel Kate Hudson as Darcy Colin Egglesfield as Dex John Krasinski as Ethan Steve Howey as Marcus Ashley Williams as Claire Geoff Pierson as Dexter Thaler Sr. Jill Eikenberry as Bridget Thaler Something Borrowed received negative reviews. Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reports that 15% of critics have given the film a positive review based on 116 reviews, with an average score of 3.93/10.

The critical consensus is: "In spite of solid performances from Kate Hudson and John Krasinski, Something Borrowed is an unpleasant misfire that lives down to its title." Metacritic, which assigns a weighted mean rating out of 100, calculated a rating score of 36, meaning unfavorable reviews. Something Borrowed grossed $39 million in the United States and Canada and $21.1 million in other territories for a worldwide total of $60.1 million, against a budget of $35 million. In 2014, Emily Giffin confirmed that she has written the script for a sequel, Something Blue, based on her own 2005 novel of the same name. In February 2016, Giffin continued to suggest that she was working on the film sequel, though no other parties had issued any statements supporting this; as of May 2019, over eight years after the release of Something Borrowed, there is still no official news from any production companies, despite a May 2017 Facebook post from Giffin. Something Borrowed on IMDb Something Borrowed at AllMovie Something Borrowed at the TCM Movie Database Something Borrowed at the American Film Institute Catalog Something Borrowed at Box Office Mojo Something Borrowed soundtrack