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Department of Geography, NTNU
|Abstract:||Chess is a cultural product, or cultural landscape in geographic term. In this article, Chinese Chess and International Chess are used as observed variables to discuss the cultural differences on conceptual level of space in the Chinese and Western Worlds. Such an attemption is inmature. The author wishes to receive sincere critique as well as suggestion. All ranges of feed-back regarding this study are thankfully welcome.|
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