Race, Culture, and the Anglo-American Powers: The Views of Chinese Collaborators

  title={Race, Culture, and the Anglo-American Powers: The Views of Chinese Collaborators},
  author={Wai Chor So},
  journal={Modern China},
  pages={103 - 69}
  • Wai Chor So
  • Published 1 January 2011
  • Sociology, History
  • Modern China
This article examines the views of Chinese collaborators on Pan-Asianism, race, and culture during 1939—1945. It depicts the changing attitudes of Chinese collaborators toward the Anglo-American nations, and discusses how the Pacific War led to the revival of the concept of Pan-Asianism and the appearance of a racial and cultural discourse among Chinese collaborators. Also, it analyzes the nature of collaborators’ discourse on race and culture. This is an uncommon episode in twentieth-century… 
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