"Guangxi jiangzai Zhong-Yue bianjing
jian 8gongli weilan zhuangbei jiankong sheshi" [Guangxi will construct an eight-mile fence with surveillance equipment along the Sino-Vietnamese border].
(9.) Qiao Zhongwei, Wang Jiasheng, and Zou Hao, Bianjing
weiji yingji kongzhi [Border Crises Emergency Response and Control] (Beijing: Academy of Military Science, 2013), p.
3 (2012): 58-67; Zhu Ma, "TRIPS-plus biaozhun: ACTA de zhishi chanquan bianjing
cuoshi yanjiu [The Standards of TRIPS-plus: A Study of the Intellectual Property Rights of Cross-border Measures Under the ACTA]," Lilun yuekan (Theory Monthly), no.
(40) Maung Chan, 'Miandian junzhengfu de caiyuan yu bianjing
maoyi' [The economic sources of the Burmese military junta and its border trade], Dajiyuan [Epoch Times], 2 Feb.
(28) "Yindu yao zai zhongyin bianjing
zhengyi diqu xiu 73 tiao gonglu" [India Will Construct 73 Road in the Sino-Indian Disputed Border Area], 19 February 2009, http://news.sohu.com/20090219/ n262329747.shtml.
In 1127, the Jurchen army invaded the Song capital Bianjing
(22) Yu Jiang and Wang Chaozuo, "Dui zhongmian bianjing
guanli zhong yu miandian difang minzu wuzhuang shili kaizhan jingwu hezuo de sikao" (Reflection on Policy Cooperation with Myanmar Local Minority Armed Forces in China-Myanmar Border Management), Journal of Yunnan Public Security College 1 (2001): 67-8.
(32) SA 1042 at T II 273a15: [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (guang-yin) and [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] (bianjing
), which according to Hirakawa (1997:155 and 1155) correspond to abhasvara and subhakrtsna.
Huang Qijiang's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] "Bei Song Bianjing
zhi siyuan yu fojiao" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Guoli bianyiguan guankan [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] 18.2 : 101-23) also contains valuable information.
(8) Li Chengding and He Ming, ed., Yunnan bianjing
houan maoyi zhinan (A Guide to Trade in Yunnan's Border Ports), (Guangxi: Guangxi renmin chuanshe, 1992), p.
(1.) Jiang Qjngxiang and Xiao Guoliang, "Glimpses of the Urban Economy and Bianjing
(Kaifeng) Capital of the Northern Song Dynasty, 1981," in Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars, edited by Sidney Shapiro (New York: Hippocrene Books, 1984).