Corpus ID: 166912277

Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong

@inproceedings{Loh2010UndergroundFT,
  title={Underground Front: The Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong},
  author={C. Loh},
  year={2010}
}
Underground Front is a pioneering examination of the role that the Chinese Communist Party has played in Hong Kong since the creation of the Party in 1921, through to the present day. This book brings events right up to date and includes the results of a survey about the Hong Kong public's attitude towards the CCP. 

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