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Scenic Spots: Chinese Tourism, the State, and Cultural Authority
Preface1. What's in a Site?: The Making of "Scenic Spots"2. Two Sites and a Non-Site: Mounts Emei, Jiuzhaigou, and Songpan3. Making Sense of Scenic Spots4. Scenic Spots Beyond the Border: Migration,Expand
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Expatriating is patriotic? The discourse on 'new migrants' in the People's Republic of China and identity construction among recent migrants from the PRC
After 1978, the People's Republic of China (PRC) moved to (re-)legitimise, by both institutional and discursive means, allegiance to China in established overseas Chinese communities. In thisExpand
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The Yellow Man's Burden: Chinese Migrants on a Civilizing Mission
  • P. Nyíri
  • Sociology
  • The China Journal
  • 1 July 2006
In the aftermath of the 2004 Boxing Day tsunami, both the government of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and "ordinary people" pledged donations to the afflicted regions.1 Triumphant headlines inExpand
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New Chinese Migrants in Europe: The Case of the Chinese Community in Hungary
The background - the migration scene in China and conditions in Hungary at the turn of the 90s formation of the Hungarian Chinese community, 1989-95 "the Chinese cannot be a minority" - consolidatingExpand
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Cultural Mobility: A Manifesto
1. Cultural mobility: an introduction Stephen Greenblatt 2. 'The wheel of torments': mobility and redemption in Portuguese colonial India (16th century) Ines Zupanov 3. Theatrical mobility StephenExpand
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Chinese among Others: Emigration in Modern Times
Chinese Among Others: Emigration in Modern Times, by Philip A. Kuhn. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2008. xii + 431 pp. US$49.95 (hardcover). After the 1960s, comprehensive histories of overseasExpand
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Chinese in Hungary and Their Significant Others: A Multi-Sited Approach to Transnational Practice and Discourse
Transnationalism is usually examined in a two-sited framework to the country of origin and the country of residence. The first objective of this article is to demonstrate the usefulness of aExpand
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From Starbucks to Carrefour: Consumer Boycotts, Nationalism and Taste in Contemporary China
In the 2000s, China has witnessed a series of consumer boycott campaigns, some of which received nationwide publicity, and one of which, the campaign against the French discounter chain Carrefour inExpand
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The article argues that nationalism has become a part of a cosmopolitan Chinese youth identity in overseas locations which seeks to express a natural desire by Chinese youth to redress China'sExpand
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