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The ‘Problem of People’: British Colonials, Cold War Powers, and the Chinese Refugees in Hong Kong, 1949–62
From late 1956 onwards, British colonial officials spoke of the postwar influx of Chinese refugees from the mainland to Hong Kong as a ‘problem of people’, with serious consequences on housing,Expand
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Hong Kong and the Cold War : Anglo-American relations 1949-1957
1. Hong Kong in British, Chinese, and American Cold War Thinking 2. Defending the Indefensible Colony: Anglo-American Exchanges Over the Security of Hong Kong 3. Meeting the Political Threat: HongExpand
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Knowledge and Perceptions of Child Protection and Mandatory Reporting: A Survey of Nurses in Hong Kong
ABSTRACT In the absence of a mandatory reporting (MR) structure, it is unclear how nurses perceive or exercise their role in child protection. This study examined knowledge and perceptions of childExpand
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A Reward for Good Behaviour in the Cold War: Bargaining over the Defence of Hong Kong, 1949–1957
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  • Political Science
  • 1 December 2000
establishment of the People's Republic of China in October 1949 did not pose a direct threat to British colonial rule over Hong Kong. Its vulnerability in the shadow of its Communist neighbourExpand
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China and the World since 1945: An International History
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  • Political Science
  • 9 September 2011
Preface. Chronology. Abbreviations. Introduction: History, Ideology, and Identity 1. Chinese Civil War and European Cold War, 1945-49 2. The Sino-Soviet Alliance and the Korean War, 1950-53 3.Expand
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Vietnam War tourists: US Naval visits to Hong Kong and British-American-Chinese relations, 1965–1968
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  • Political Science
  • 1 February 2010
At the height of the Vietnam War, Communist China repeatedly lodged diplomatic protests with the British government about US naval visits to Hong Kong. Believing that the Chinese protests wereExpand
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