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by Eric Kit-wai Ma

Author: Eric Kit-wai Ma
Subcategory: Politics & Government
Language: English
Publisher: Hong Kong University Press (January 5, 2012)
Pages: 220 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.6
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Eric Kit-wai Ma is professor of journalism and communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Publication Date: December 1, 2011.

Eric Kit-wai Ma is professor of journalism and communication at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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Culturally and geographically, Hong Kong was an integral part of South China before being taken over by the British in 1842.

Eric Kit-wai Ma. Series: Hong Kong Culture and Society. Culturally and geographically, Hong Kong was an integral part of South China before being taken over by the British in 1842.

This is a timely and provocative discussion of a topical issue, and one written in an approachable style using lively case studies.

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Consuming satellite modernities: Hong Kong as an object of desire. Eric Kit-Wai Ma. Published: 2 December 2011. by Hong Kong University Press. The publisher has not yet granted permission to display this abstract.

Published by: Hong Kong University Press, HKU. View. This is a study of the complex and changing cultural patterns in Hong Kong’s relationship with the neighbouring mainland.

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A study of the complex and changing cultural patterns in Hong Kong's relationship with the neighbouring mainland. From interviews, TV dramas, media representations and other sources, it traces the fading of Hong Kong's once-influential position as a role model for less developed mainland cities and explores changing perceptions as China grows in confidence and Hong Kong encounters a powerful nation culture in the mainland. Political Science Politics & Social Sciences Science & Math Social Science Social Sciences.

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Desiring Hong Kong, Consuming South China is a study of the complex and changing cultural patterns in Hong Kong's relationship with the neighbouring mainland. From interviews, TV dramas, media representations and other sources, Eric Ma traces the fading of Hong Kong's once-influential position as a role model for less-developed mainland cities and explores changing perceptions as China grows in confidence. The first part (Desiring Hong Kong) examines the history of cross-border relations and movements from the 1970s, focusing on Hong Kong as an object of desire for people in South China. The second part (Consuming South China) moves to the turn of the century when, despite increased communications and a 'disappearing border', Hong Kong is no longer a powerful role model; it nevertheless continues to be an important link in the chain of global capitalism stretching across southern China. The book will be of interest to scholars and students in cultural studies, political science, sociology and cultural geography.