Globalizing the Regional, Regionalizing the Global: Mass Culture and Asianism in the Age of Late Capital

@article{Ching2000GlobalizingTR,
  title={Globalizing the Regional, Regionalizing the Global: Mass Culture and Asianism in the Age of Late Capital},
  author={Leo T. S. Ching},
  journal={Public Culture},
  year={2000},
  volume={12},
  pages={233 - 257}
}
Asia is one. The Himalayas divide, only to accentuate, two mighty civilisations, the Chinese with its communism of Confucius, and the Indian with its individualism of the Vedas. But not even the snowy barriers can interrupt for one moment that broad expanse of love for the Ultimate and the Universal, which is the common thought-inheritance of every Asiatic race, enabling them to produce all the great religions of the world, and distinguishing them from those maritime peoples of the… Expand
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