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by Ling-chi Wang,L. Ling-Chi Wang,Wang Gungwu,Wang Ling-Chi,Gungwu Wang

Author: Ling-chi Wang,L. Ling-Chi Wang,Wang Gungwu,Wang Ling-Chi,Gungwu Wang
Subcategory: Asia
Language: English
Publisher: Marshall Cavendish Intl (November 1, 1998)
Pages: 287 pages
Category: History
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Singapore: Times Academic Press. Haiwai huaren yanjiu de dashiye yu xin fangxiang: Wang Gungwu jiaoshou lunwenxuan (The Grand Vision and New Direction of Chinese Overseas Studies: Collected Essays of Professor Wang Gungwu). Singapore: World Scientific.

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Sources on overseas Chinese studies: Genealogical records. Already published by ISEAS Press Singapore. After reconsidering cosmopolitanism, I note that Ibsen’s relevance to cosmopolitanism can be broken down into three topics: his cosmopolitan ideas and diasporic experience; the cosmopolitan subject matter of his plays and the global. significance of his works; and his position in world literature.

Wang Gungwu, AO, CBE (王赓武; 王賡武; Wáng Gēngwǔ; born 9 October 1930) is an Australian sinologist. He has studied and written about the Chinese diaspora, but he has objected to the use of the word diaspora to describe the migration of Chinese from China. He has studied and written about the Chinese diaspora, but he has objected to the use of the word diaspora to describe the migration of Chinese from China because both it mistakenly implies that all overseas Chinese are the same and has been used to perpetuate fears of a "Chinese threat", under the control of the Chinese government

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Ling-chi Wang (Wang, Ling-chi). Find all books by 'Ling-chi Wang' and compare prices Find signed collectible books by 'Ling-chi Wang'. The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays Volume I. by Ling-chi Wang. The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays Volume I: ISBN 9789812100924 (978-981-210-092-4) Hardcover, Marshall Cavendish Intl, 1998. The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays Volume II. ISBN 9789812100931 (978-981-210-093-1) Softcover, Marshall Cavendish Intl, 1998. Find signed collectible books: 'The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays Volume II'.

The first volume of a two-volume set contains 15 essays selected from 150-plus papers presented at the Luodi-shenggen International Conference on Chinese Overseas held in San Francisco in 1998. The theme--luodi-shenggen or the planting of permanent roots in the soils of different countries--represents a departure from both an assimilationist point of view and from a China-centered "sojourner" point of view. The papers cover various aspects of two broad areas: transnational issues and concerns of Chinese overseas, and regional studies, including those of lesser-known regions. No index. Times Academic Press is in Singapore; US distribution is by ISBS. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.