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Author: Tony Saich

of the small groups in Northern China. In his path-breaking work van de Ven (1991) concludes that the CCP would have come to life irrespective of Soviet involvement. The atmosphere did encourage radical intellectuals to look for alternatives such as those provided by a Bolshevik party. However, as

In: Finding Allies and Making Revolution
Author: Ryan P. Kellogg

availability of consumer goods to compete with the quality of life offered in the US when the cost of living is taken into account. These factors have effectively neutralized many of the economic reasons Chinese students had for remaining in the US. As a result, returning Chinese students are increasingly

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

) emerged as a new pillar of the Chinese government’s foreign policy (Parello-Plesner and Duchâtel 2015). However, even as China’s investment in the issue has become more noticeable worldwide, similar attacks—frequently financially motivated—continue to increase. Since 2004, at least 13 cases involving the

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

1 Beyond Negligence It is widely thought that the Chinese are no different from people elsewhere in that they view their home as a symbol of safety, security and family life. Nevertheless, in southern China, I was horrified to find many houses in the home villages of Overseas Chinese that

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas
Author: Ying Duan

D U A N Y I N G K U O M I N T A N G S O L D I E R S A N D T H E I R D E S C E N D A N T S 2 3 8 Kuomintang Soldiers and Th eir Descendants in Northern Th ailand: An Ethnographic Study D U A N Y I N G Th is research explores the community and the life of the Yunnanese Chinese comprising KMT

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

spatial dimension of Chinese history, and the absence from his work on Thailand of a rigorous formal consideration of spatial dimensions of Thai history together motivate the quantitative exercise undertaken below. The promise of the exercise lies both in opening historiographical perspectives on Thailand

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas
Author: Lisa Falvey

/24/08 9:21:19 AM 9/24/08 9:21:19 AM J O U R N A L O F C H I N E S E O V E R S E A S V 4 N 2 2 7 7 interpretations of “American citizenry,” and of what it meant to be an American. Jane Jeong Trenka’s (2005) moving narrative provides a disturbingly clear picture of life under the assimilation model in

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas
Author: Haiming Liu

uncomfortable, unlike some of the Italian restaurants. Moreover, chopsuey was an important American food icon and Chinese restaurants were part of the metropolitan New York life that Jewish immigrants wanted to be a part of. In reality, what attracted Jewish immigrants was not Chinese cuisine in its original

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

strategies of the family or the village to improve the welfare of the community. Because of the ongoing migration, networks have been formed which help the migrants and potential migrants gain information especially regarding social and economic opportunities in France. Emigration has become a way of life

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas

understand this gender difference. No research is without its limitations, and this study is no exception. First, the sample was small relative to the pool of Chinese migrants living in this country. A larger sample size would allow to conduct regional comparisons. Second, data were cross-sectional, so

In: Journal of Chinese Overseas