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House Home Family: Living and Being Chinese

@inproceedings{Miller2006HouseHF,
  title={House Home Family: Living and Being Chinese},
  author={Tracy Miller},
  year={2006}
}
House Home Family: Living and Being Chinese, edited by Ronald G. Knapp and Kai-Yin Lo. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press, 2005. xxii + 453 pp. US$29.00 (paperback). House Home Family is an extraordinary collection of essays addressing the culture of Chinese vernacular architecture and its transformation over the last century as a result of Westernization. Fundamentally an interdisciplinary project, this text combines essays from some of the most renowned anthropologists, art and… Expand
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