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Natural Resources as an Asset of City Diplomacy: a Portrait of Jingdezhen and Its White Gold

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Niedja de Andrade e Silva Forte dos SantosThe Center for Administration and Public Policies at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon (CAPP-ISCSP/FCT), Lisbon, Portugal
University of Coimbra Institute for Legal Research (UCILeR), Coimbra, Portugal, niedjasantos@edu.ulisboa.pt

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Sandra Maria Rodrigues BalãoThe Center for Administration and Public Policies at the Institute of Social and Political Sciences, University of Lisbon (CAPP-ISCSP/FCT); Orient Institute (IO-ISCSP/FCT), University of Lisbon and Northern Research Forum, Arctic University (TNGS-NRF/UArctic), Lisbon, Portugal, sbalao@iscsp.ulisboa.pt

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Abstract

This article demonstrates how natural resources can be an asset for countries’ international influence while advancing national interests specially related to cultural economy. It focuses on Jingdezhen, the Chinese porcelain capital, a creative city in unesco Creative Cities Network, which has succeeded in extolling Chinese culture by converting its “white gold” into soft power by way of effective city diplomacy.

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