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By Siu, Helen
The book turns conventional scholarship on its head by asking whether lineages, Confucian morality, and the cultural orientation of merchant families might have provided an unusual space for women's action in South China from the late Qing to the present.
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By Siu, Helen; Ku, Agnes
Argues that Hong Kong should strengthen the mobility of its population. This book shows that a porous border in fact has been maintained in the post-war years.
Tracing China's journey began from exploring rural revolution and reconstitutions of community in South China. Spanning decades of rural-urban divide, it finally uncovers China's global reach and Hong Kong's cross-border dynamics. Helen Siu traverses physical and cultural landsca...pes to examine political tumults transforming into everyday lives, andRead more
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