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Power and identity in the Chinese world order : festschrift in honour of professor Wang Gungwu / edited by Billy K.L. So [and others]

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Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 2003.

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1 online resource (xiv, 460 pages) : illustrations
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JSTOR DDA.
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Wang Gungwu : the historian in his times / Philip A. Kuhn -- The Fujianese revolutionaries, 1895-1911 / Lee Kam-keung -- Nation, territory and frontier : Chiang Kai-shek's realism in action / So Wai-chor -- The Kuomintang peace mission on the eve of the Communist takeover / Huang Jianli -- The new positioning of Hong Kong after reunification with mainland China / Jane Lee -- A biographical sketch of Liu Xuexun : the controversial and mysterious Guangdong gambling farmer, mandarin-capitalist and secret agent in modern China / Ho Hon-wai -- Illusions of autonomy? Journalism, commerce and the state in republican China / Terry Narramore -- Chinese nationalism and democracy during the war period, 1937-1945 : a critique of the Jiuwang-Qimeng dichotomy / Edmund S.K. Fung -- Negotiating Chinese identity in five dynasties narratives : from the Old history to the New history / Billy K.L. So -- Treaties, politics and the limits of local diplomacy in Fuzhou in the early 1850s / Ng Chin-keong -- On being Chinese / Adrian Chan -- The returned overseas Chinese community in Hong Kong : some observations / James Chin -- Writing the Chinese Canadian diaspora : multiculturalism and Confucian values / Jennifer W. Jay -- Langxian's 'Siege at Yangzhou' : a post-Ming reading / Antonia Finnane -- The slave who would be equal : the significance of Liang Qichao's Australian writings / John Fitzgerald -- Wang Gungwu : an oral history / Lee Guan-kin -- Selected publications (1957-2001) / Wang Gungwu.
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Print version record.
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Summary
This book is a celebration of the life, work, and impact of Professor Wang Gungwu over the past four decades. It commemorates his contribution to the study of Chinese history and the abiding influence he has exercised over later generations of historians, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
Language
English.
Local Note
JSTOR
Subject
China -- History -- 20th century.
China -- Social conditions.
Chine -- Histoire -- 20e siècle.
Chine -- Conditions sociales.
HISTORY.
HISTORY -- Asia -- China.
Social conditions
China https://id.oclc.org/worldcat/entity/E39PBJcrd4RjtCBk4wfMhTwwG3
Chinezen.
Culturele identiteit.
Chronological Term
1900-1999
Genre/Form
History
Added Author
Wang, Gungwu.
Other Form:
Print version: Power and identity in the Chinese world order. Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, 2003 9789622095908 (DLC) 2004416549 (OCoLC)56834558
ISBN
9789882202511 (electronic bk.)
9882202519 (electronic bk.)
9622095909
9789622095908
1282703862
9781282703865
9786612703867
6612703865
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