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The China Review
An Interdisciplinary Journal on Greater China
The Chinese University Press
Vol 17 No.1, 2017
2017/02
229 x 152 mm, 196 pp
Semiannual, English
ISSN: 1680-2012
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The China Review is a continuation of the China Review, an annual publication of The Chinese University Press since 1990. It publishes twice a year in April and October since 2001 and in triannual starting from 2016; a scholarly journal covering various disciplines of study on Greater China and its people, namely, domestic politics and international relations; society, business and economic development; modern history, the arts and cultural studies.

  • The only China-based English journal devoted to the study of Greater China and its people
  • A vigorously refereed journal with international advisory and editorial boards

Teachers, scholars, researchers, journalists and students interested in the developments of China will find this publication a comprehensive and indispensable tool.
 
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EXECUTIVE EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITORS
Lin Ying, The Chinese University Press
Ye Minlei, The Chinese University Press
Yuan Zaijun, The Chinese University Press


ADVISORY BOARD
Gregory Chow, Princeton University; Howard Goldblatt, University of Notre Dame; Ambrose Y. C. King, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Nicholas R. Lardy, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Nan Lin, Duke University; Thomas G. Rawski, University of Pittsburgh; Vivienne Shue, University of Oxford; Vaclav Smil, University of Manitoba; William Tay, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Tu Wei-ming, Peking University; Ezra F. Vogel, Harvard University; Andrew G. Walder, Stanford University; Wang Gungwu, National University of Singapore; Yeung Yue-man, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Ying-shih Yü, Princeton University

EDITORIAL BOARD
Kam Wing Chan, University of Washington; Roger C. K. Chan, University of Hong Kong; *Albert H. Y. Chen, University of Hong Kong; Chen Jian, New York University Shanghai; Chen Yung-fa, Academia Sinica; Yun-han Chu, National Taiwan University; Deborah Davis, Yale University; Arif Dirlik, University of Oregon; Gan Yang, Sun Yet-sen University; Hamashita Takeshi, Sun Yet-sen University; *Chang-tai Hung, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Qingguo Jia, Peking University; Kuan Hsin-chi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Y. Y. Kueh, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Lau Chong Chor, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Lau Siu-kai, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; David D. Li, Tsinghua University; Li Shi, Beijing Normal University; Li Si-ming, Hong Kong Baptist University; Justin Yifu Lin, Peking University; Hanlong Lu, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences; Xiaobo Lü, Columbia University; Bonnie S. McDougall, The University of Sydney; Barry Naughton, University of California, San Diego; *Shen Jianfa, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Kang Shi, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Alvin Y. So, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology; Yun-wing Sung, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; *Kwok-kan Tam, Open University of Hong Kong; *Tsui Kai Yuen, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Xi Chao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Wang Xi, Indiana University of Pennsylvania; Christine P. Wong, The University of Welbourne; Wong Siu-lun, University of Hong Kong; *Wu Xiaogang, The Hong Kong University of Science & Technology; Geng Xiao, Fung Global Institute; Xin Chunying, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; Quansheng Zhao, American University; Xueguang Zhou, Stanford University
* Executive Members

Guidelines for Contributors


The China Review welcomes manuscript submissions of high-quality research articles, research notes and book reviews dealing with the political, economic, social, and historical aspects of modern and contemporary China. Manuscripts submitted for publication must comply with the following guidelines:

1. Submission: Articles to be considered for publication should be sent to the Chief Editor in electronic format with an abstract (150–200 words) printed on a separate page. If an electronic copy cannot be sent for review, three hard copies alone may be sent with the author’s name omitted for the purpose of anonymity (though an electronic copy will be necessary if the article is approved for publication). Research articles should not be longer than 10,000 words (including endnotes). Research notes should normally be approximately 3,000 words (including endnotes), and book reviews between 800 and 1,000 words. The text should be typed in 12-point Times New Roman font on A4 paper, and double-spaced. Manuscripts will be reviewed by external readers under the double-blind system. Authors should prepare manuscripts with an effort to eliminate identifying information for the purpose of peer review.

2. Copyright: The journal does not accept manuscripts that in part or in whole have been published previously or are being considered for publication elsewhere. Upon publication, all rights are owned by the journal.

3. Romanization: The romanization of Chinese words in the journal follows the pinyin form, except for names (or other proper nouns) which are commonly written in other forms (e.g. place-names long familiar in the Western world, names listed in Webster’s New Geographical Dictionary, etc.).

4. Chinese Characters: For all Chinese terms and names (except extremely well-known terms/names such as Mao Zedong), the corresponding Chinese characters should be included in the first occurrence of the term (for both the text and tables/charts, though NOT in the notes). Diacritical or tonal marks are not necessary when using pinyin or other romanized forms of Chinese. Pinyin should be capitalized for proper names of people and places, and the first word of a title in pinyin should be capitalized. Pinyin spacing should attempt to balance stylistic coherence and readability, e.g. 國際關係 guoji guanxi, 點石齋畫報 dianshizhai huabao, etc.

5. Tables and Figures: All tables and figures should be clearly numbered and typed separately at the end of the manuscript with an indication in the text where it should be placed such as “Table 1 placed here.” The size and font of such tables should take into account the journal’s physical dimensions of 14 x 21 cm.

6. Notes: All notes should appear at the end of the text of the article on a separate sheet of paper labeled “Notes.” Within the text, only a sequential superscript number should be indicated at the proper place. Other common practices, such as putting a name, date, page (e.g. Cheng, 1998: 121) in the text and reference list at the end of the chapter is not acceptable. For multiple references to a single work within the notes, a shortened form of the title may be included to save space (e.g. Fox Volant of the Snowy Mountain may be shortened to Fox Volant). Names should be consistent with the style in which it appeared on the original publication. Western style should normally be applied for all names (given name then surname); for persons with both Chinese and English given names the order should be Western given name, Chinese given name then surname. However, names should be written in the Chinese style (surname then given name) if the article quoted is published in Chinese. Note references to interviews should include the names of interviewer and interviewee, location of the interview, and the day, month, and year.

7. Spelling: Spelling should generally follow Webster’s New World Dictionary (primarily American-style spelling).

8. Numbers: Numbers from one to ten should be spelled out. Numbers from eleven onward should be written in number (i.e. 11) form. When writing percentages the term “per cent” should be written out in the text, but the symbol “%” may be used in notes. Page references should be written as follows: p. 21, pp. 123–132. Dates should be as 1 January 2000, 11 February 2005, etc.
Below are some examples for endnotes:
(i) Victor Nee, “A Theory of Market Transition: From Redistribution to Markets in State Socialism,” American Sociological Review, Vol. 54, No. 4 (1989), pp. 663–681.
(ii) An Yuanchao, “Woguo gongren jieji duiwu jiazhi guannian bianhua de diaocha” (An Investigation of Value Changes of Working Class People in Our Country), Dangdai sichao (Contemporary Thoughts), No. 2 (1997), p. 37.
(iii) Yunxiang Yan, The Flow of Gifts (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1996), pp. 55–57.
(iv) Chong Chor Lau, “The Chinese Family and Gender Roles in Transition,” in China Review 1993, edited by Joseph Yu-shek Cheng and Maurice Brosseau (Hong Kong: The Chinese University Press, 1993), p. 201.

9. Biographical Note: Each contributor is requested to provide a short biographical note (research interests, current post, major publications, etc.) of 50 to 60 words.

All submissions for publication should be sent to:

chinareview@cuhk.edu.hk

All books for review should be sent to:
The China Review
The Chinese University Press
The China University of Hong Kong
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Hong Kong

Fax: (852) 2603 7355

Vol.17, No.1, February 2017
Vol.16, No.3, October 2016

Special Issue

Migration and Development in China: Introduction

Jianfa Shen and Wei Xu (Guest Editors)

China’s Hukou Puzzle: Why Don’t Rural Migrants Want Urban Hukou

Chuanbo Chen and C. Cindy Fan

Staying in the Countryside or Moving to the City: The Determinants of Villagers’ Urban Settlement Intentions in China

Chuankai Yang, Wei Xu, Ye Liu, Yuemin Ning, and K. K. Klein

Job-Search Channels of Migrant Workers in Large Chinese Cities: A Case Study of Shanghai

Xuefeng Niu, Wei Xu, Ye Liu, Guixin Wang, and K. K. Klein

The Social Integration of Migrants in Shanghai’s Urban Villages

Mingfeng Wang and Yuemin Ning

From Newcomers to Middle Class: The Social and Spatial Mobility of New Urban Migrants

Yu-Ling Song

Urban Competitiveness and Migration in the YRD and PRD Regions of China in 2010

Jianfa Shen and Lei Wang

Beyond Human Capital: Determinants of Migrant Labor Market Outcomes in Urban China

Wei Xu, Li Yu, Yu Zhu, and Liyue Lin

 

State-of-the-Field Review

Do All Roads Lead to China?: Chinese Commercial Law Scholarship in the Past Decade (Part 2)

Shen Wei and Casey G. Watters

 

Book Reviews

China’s Long Quest for Democracy: A Historical Institutional Perspective by Lin Gang

Lowell Dittmer

China’s Twentieth Century: Revolution, Retreat, and the Road to Quality by Wang Hui

Hang Tu

Information for Autocrats: Representation in Chinese Local Congress by Melanie Manion

Ma Xiao

Vol.16, No.2, June 2016

Research Articles

Rediscovering Intergovernmental Relations at the Local Level: The Devolution to Township Governments in Zhejiang Province

Jianxing Yu, Lin Li, and Yongdong Shen

The Emergence of Social Corporatism in China: Nonprofit Organizations, Private Foundations and the State

Jun Han

Institutions and Provision of Public Goods in Rural China: An Empirical Study Based on Villages in Guangdong Province

Lin Zhu and Yongshun Cai

Compromising Citizenry: The Perceived Irrelevance of Rightful Resistance among Peasant Coal Miners Suffering from Pneumoconiosis

Ho Wing-Chung and Chen Fen-Ling

The Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Public Governance and Corruption in China

Ming-Hsuan Lee and Mon-Chi Lio

Recent (Young) Taiwanese Movers to Hong Kong: Challenges and Opportunities in a Global City

Lan-Hung Nora Chiang, Zee Ken Christopher Wong, and Chia-Yuan Huang

 

State-of-the-Field Review

Do All Roads Lead to China?: Scholarship of Chinese Commercial Law in the Past Decade (Part 1)

Shen Wei and Casey G. Watters

 

Book Reviews

The China Model: Political Meritocracy and the Limits of Democracy by Daniel A. Bell

Bogdan Góralczyk

The Cultural Revolution and Overacting: Dynamics between Politics and Performance by Tuo Wang

Belinda He Qian

Food Safety Law in China: Making Transnational Law by Francis Snyder

Louis Augustin-Jean

Tying the Autocrat’s Hands: The Rise of the Rule of Law in China by Yuhua Wang

Muyang Chen

Republican Lens: Gender, Visuality, and Experience in the Early Chinese Periodical Press by Joan Judge

Liu Xi

Vol.16, No.1, Spring 2016

Research Articles

Unafraid of the Ghost: The Victim Mentality of Mao Zedong and the Two Taiwan Strait Crises in the 1950s

Kuisong Yang and Sheng Mao

China’s Relations with the Gulf Cooperation Council States: Multilevel Diplomacy in a Divided Arab World

Joseph Y. S. Cheng

Miscarriage of Justice and Malpractice in Criminal Investigations in China

He Jiahong

The Development of Grand Mediation and Its Implications for China’s Regime Resilience: The Li Qin Mediation Office

Ieong Meng U

China’s Air Defence Identification Zone: Building Security through Lawfare

Matthias Vanhullebusch and Wei Shen

 

Research Notes

Attitudes and Actions of Homeowner Activist Leaders in Contemporary China

Cai (Vera) Zuo

Ancestor Worship in Contemporary China: An Empirical Investigation

Anning Hu

 

Book Reviews

The Lyrical in Epic Time: Modern Chinese Intellectuals and Artists through the 1949 Crisis. By David Der-wei Wang

Hang Tu

Internet Literature in China. By Michel Hockx

Chu Shen

A Landscape of Travel: The Work of Tourism in Rural Ethnic China. By Jenny Chio

Xiaoshun Zeng

Class Work: Vocational Schools and China’s Urban Youth. By Terry Woronov

Xuan Dong

Shijie quanli de zhuanyi: Zhengzhi lingdao yu zhanlue jingzheng (The Transition of World Power: Political Leadership and Strategic Competition). By Yan Xuetong

Meng Weizhan

Vol.15, No.2, Fall 2015

Special Issue

Introduction: Poverty in a Rich Society—The Case of Hong Kong

Maggie Lau (Guest Editor)

 

Articles

My Experience Researching Poverty over the Past 35 Years

Nelson W. S. Chow

Poverty in Hong Kong

Maggie Lau, Christina Pantazis, David Gordon, Lea Lai and Eileen Sutton

Setting the Poverty Line: Policy Implications for Squaring the Welfare Circle in Hong Kong

Florence Meng-soi Fong and Chack-kie Wong

Health Inequality in Hong Kong

Roger Y. Chung and Samuel Y. S. Wong

Enhancing Global Competitiveness and Human Capital Management: Does Education Help Reduce Inequality and Poverty in Hong Kong?

Ka Ho Mok

Is Poverty Eradication Impossible? A Critique on the Misconceptions of the Hong Kong Government

Hung Wong

 

Book Reviews

Electoral Politics in Post-1997 Hong Kong: Protest, Patronage, and the Media. By Stan Hok-Wui Wong

Shen Yang

The Great Wall of Money: Power and Politics in China’s International Monetary Relations. Edited by Eric Helleiner and Jonathan Kirshner

Zhaohui Wang

Chinese Politics and International Relations: Innovation and Invention. Edited by Nicola Horsburgh, Astrid Nordin, and Shaun Breslin

Kai Chen

Chidao de wenming (Late Comer to Civilization). By Yuan Weishi

Yang Li

Vol.15, No.1, Spring 2015

New Insights on Hong Kong

Real Estate Elite, Economic Development, and Political Conflicts in Postcolonial Hong Kong

Stan Hok-wui Wong

The Rise of “Anti-China” Sentiments in Hong Kong and the 2012 Legislative Council Elections

Ngok Ma

Party Models in a Hybrid Regime: Hong Kong 2007-2012

Mathew Y. H. Wong

 

Other Articles

Interests and Political Participation in Urban China: The Case of Residents’ Committee Election

Bing Guan and Yongshun Cai

Friend or Foe: India as Perceived by Beijing’s Foreign Policy Analysts in the 1950s

Xiaoyuan Liu

Securitization of the “China Threat” Discourse: A Poststructuralist Account

Weiqing Song

 

State-of-the-Field Reviews

The Evolution of Population Census Undertakings in China, 1953-2010

Xiaogang Wu and Guangye He

Marriage Expenses in Rural China

Quanbao Jiang, Yanping Zhang, and Jesús J. Sánchez-Barricarte

 

Book Reviews

The Middle Class in Neoliberal China: Governing Risk, Life-Building, and Themed Spaces. By Hai Ren

Zhou Yongming

China’s Legal System. By Pitman Potter

Yudu Li, Hong Lu, and Bin Liang

Social Protest and Contentious Authoritarianism in China. By Xi Chen

Peng Hu

Hewei Zhongguo: Jiangyu, minzu, wenhua yu lishi (What Is China: Territory, Ethnicity, Culture, and History). By Ge Zhaoguang

Sheng Mao

The Government Next Door: Neighbourhood Politics in Urban China. By Luigi Tomba

Xuan Dong

Civilization, Nation and Modernity in East Asia. By Chih-Yu Shih

Daniel Westlake

The New Kings of Crude: China, India, and The Global Struggle for Oil in Sudan and South Sudan. By Luke Patey

Okey Marcellus Ikeanyibe

Vol.14, No.2, Fall 2014

SPECIAL ISSUE

Doing Sinology in Former Socialist States, Reflections from the Czech Republic, Mongolia, Poland, and Russia: Introduction

Chih-yu Shih (Guest Editor)

 

ARTICLES

Beyond Academia and Politics: Understanding China and Doing Sinology in Czechoslovakia after World War II

Olga Lomová and Anna Zádrapová

Surging between China and Russia: Legacies, Politics, and Turns of Sinology in Contemporary Mongolia

Enkhchimeg Baatarkhuyag and Chih-yu Shih

The Study of China in Poland after World War II: Toward the “New Sinology”?

Anna Rudakowska

The Lifting of the “Iron Veil” by Russian Sinologists During the Soviet Period (1917–1991)

Valentin C. Golovachev

Soviet Sinology and Two Approaches to an Understanding of Chinese History

Alexander Pisarev

Uneven Development vs. Searching for Integrity: Chinese Studies in Post-Soviet Russia

Alexei D. Voskressenski

Do We Need to Rethink Sinology? Views from the Eastern Bloc

Fabio Lanza

 

OTHER ARTICLES

Professional Commitment and Job Satisfaction: An Analysis of the Chinese Judicial Reforms from the Perspective of the Criminal Defense

Hong Lu, Bin Liang, Yudu Li, and Ni (Phil) He

The Discourse of Political Constitutionalism in Contemporary China: Gao Quanxi’s Studies on China’s Political Constitution

Albert H. Y. Chen

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

Research on Chinese Investigative Journalism, 1978–2013: A Critical Review

Haiyan Wang and Francis L. F. Lee

 

BOOK REVIEWS

The West as the Other: A Genealogy of Chinese Occidentalism. By Mingming Wang

Bogdan Góralczyk

Barefoot Doctors and Western Medicine in China. By Fang Xiaoping

Nathan Sivin

China’s Hukou System: Markets, Migrants, and Institutional Change. By Jason Young

Yudu Li and Hong Lu

Democracy on Trial: Social Movements and Cultural Politics in Postauthoritarian Taiwan. By Ya-Chung Chuang

Xinzhi Zhang

The Rise of China and Chinese International Relations Scholarship. By Hung-Jen Wang

Ngeow Chow Bing

The China Fallacy: How the U. S. Can Benefit from China’s Rise and Avoid Another Cold War. By Donald Gross

Daniel Westlake

Riben de guojing wenti: Diaoyutai, dudao, beifang sidao (The Territorial Issues of Japan: The Senkakul/Diaoyu Islands, Take/ Dok Island, and the Northern Islands). By Magosaki Ukeru

Sidney Xu Lu

Zhixue de menjing yu qufa: wanqing minguo yanjiu de shiliao yu shixue (Methodologies of Historical Writing: Sources and Historiography on late Qing and Republican China). By Sang Bing

Sheng Mao

Vol.14, No.1, Spring 2014

SPECIAL ISSUE

Urban and Regional Governance in China: Introduction

Xiaolong Luo, Jianfa Shen, and Chaolin Gu (Guest Editors)

 

ARTICLES

Planning Intercity Railways in China’s Mega-City Regions: Insights from the Pearl River Delta

Jiang Xu and Yanyan Chen

Pseudo-urbanization or Real Urbanization? Urban China’s Mergence of Administrative Regions and Its Effects: A Case Study of Zhongshan City, Guangdong Province

Yungang Liu, Zhigang Li, and Jie Jin

The Incident of Tieben: Social Capital and Local Governance in Post-Socialist China

Titan Bo-xiu Jian

Rescaling as a Leading National Transformation Project: Decoding State Rescaling in China’s Changing Central State– Led Regional Planning

Hao Chen, Jingxiang Zhang, Xiangyu Li, and Zhao Zhang

Province-Leading-County as a Scaling-Up Strategy in China: The Case of Jiangsu

Xiaolong Luo, Yeqing Cheng, Jie Yin, and Ying Wang

Reconstructing Urban Scale: New Experiments with the“Provincial Administration of Counties ” Reform in China

Yi Li and Fulong Wu

Reconsidering the Controversial Land Use Policy of “Linking the Decrease in Rural Construction Land with the Increase in Urban Construction Land”: A Local Government Perspective

Xianjin Huang, Yi Li, Ran Yu, and Xiaofeng Zhao

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

The Emergence of Radical Politics in Hong Kong: Causes and Impact

Joseph Yu-shek Cheng

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Renewal: The Chinese State and the New Global History. By Wang Gungwu

Cho-yun Hsu

China or Japan: Which Will Lead Asia? By Claude Meyer

David Arase

Opera and the City: The Politics of Culture in Beijing, 1770–1900. By Andrea S. Goldman

Liang Luo

Zhongguo nongmin fanxingwei yanjiu (1950–1980) (Counteractions of Chinese Peasants, 1950–1980). By Gao Wangling

Isabelle Thireau

Lishi de guanxing: weilai shinian de zhongguo yu shijie (Inertia of History: China and the World in the Next Ten Years). By Yan Xuetong

Yang Li

Daguo quanli zhuanyi yu jishu bianqian (Power Transition among Great Powers and the Transformation of Technology). By Huang Qixuan

Jing Ye

Gongren zhengzhi (Labor Politics). By Chen Zhouwang and Wang Shikai

Zhang Xiaofang

Vol.13, No.2, Fall 2013

ARTICLES

The Historical Origins of the Nationalization of the Newspaper Industry in Modern China: A Case Study of the Shanghai Newspaper Industry, 1937–1953

Sei Jeong Chin

Power Transition, Balance of Power, and the Rise of China: A Theoretical Reflection about Rising Great Powers

Shih-yueh Yang

Disability Service Organizations and Their Relationship with the Chinese Government: A Case Study in Beijing

Li Ying

Policy Entrepreneurship, Institutional Constraints, and Local Policy Innovation in China

Yapeng Zhu

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

China ICT Studies: A Review of the Field, 1989–2012

Jack Linchuan Qiu and Wei Bu

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Civil Society Networks in China and Vietnam: Informal Pathbreakers in Health and the Environment, by Andrew Wells-Dang

G. Shabbir Cheema

Looking for Balance: China, the United States, and Power Balancing in East Asia, by Steve Chan

Ming Wan

Chinese Medicine and Healing: An Illustrated History, edited by T. J. Hinrichs and Linda L. Barnes

Daniel Asen

Big Construction Site: Rural Migrant Workers’ Life in the Building and Construction Industry, by Ngai Pun, Huilin Lu, and Huipeng Zhang

Yue Ray Gong

China and Orientalism: Western Knowledge Production and the PRC, by Daniel F. Vukovich

Perry Johansson

People’s Pornography: Sex and Surveillance on the Chinese Internet, by Katrien Jacobs

Earl Jackson

Vol.13, No.1, Spring 2013

ARTICLES

Sources of Regime Legitimacy and the Debate over the Chinese Model

Yun-han Chu

The Emerging New Middle Class and the Rule of Law in China

Xiaogang Wu and Jinhua Cheng

What Analyses of Factional Politics of China Might Miss When the Market Becomes a Political Battlefield: The Telecommunication Sector as a Case in Point

Wing-Chung Ho

Inhabiting the City: Tropes of “Home” in Contemporary Chinese Cinema

Haiping Yan

The Political Logic of Changes in Local Fiscal Capacity in China

Jing Ye

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Democratizing Taiwan. By J. Bruce Jacobs

James D. Seymour

Transforming History: The Making of a Modern Academic Discipline in Twentieth-Century China. Edited by Brian Moloughney and Peter Zarrow

Yusheng Yao

China 2012: Strategizing Sustainable Growth. Edited by Hu Shuli

Yan Zhang and Zhongfa Ma

Feichang yu zhengchang: Shanghai wenge shiqi de shehui shenghuo (Abnormality and Normality: Social Life during the Cultural Revolution in Shanghai). By Jin Dalu

Fei Yan

Chinese Indonesians and Regime Change. Edited by Marleen Dieleman, Juliette Koning, and Peter Post

Chang-Yau Hoon

Vol.12, No.2, Fall 2012

ARTICLES

Do Severe Penalties Deter Corruption? A Game-Theoretic Analysis of the Chinese Case

Jiangnan Zhu

The Rise and Decline of the Reversal of the Burden of Proof in China’s Medical Negligence Law: A Political Economy of Lawmaking Perspective

Lixin Yang and Chao Xi

Enhancing China–India Trade Cooperation: Complementary Interactions?

Evelyn S. Devadason

TPP versus ECFA: Similarities, Differences, and China’s Strategies

Jie Huang

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

Chinese Civil Society Research in Recent Years: A Critical Review

Jianxing Yu and Jun Zhou

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Social Scientific Studies of Religion in China: Methodology, Theories, and Findings, edited by Fenggang Yang and Graeme Lang

Anna Sun

Political Pursuit and Political Inclusion: Studies of Political Participation by Early-Prosperous Groups in Zhejiang (in Chinese), by Xingyou Lang

Jing Ye

Daxue and Zhongyong (bilingual edition), translated and annotated by Ian Johnston and Wang Ping

Thierry Meynard

East Asia Before the West: Five Centuries of Trade and Tribute, by David C. Kang

Hang Lin

Allies at Swords’ Points: The Sino–US Military Cooperative Relationship during the Pacific War Period (1941–1945) (in Chinese), by Qi Xisheng

Lv Xun

Vol.12, No.1, Spring 2012

ARTICLES

The Evolvement of the Chinese Communist Party Discipline Inspection Commission in the Reform Era

Guo Yong

Return Migration from Canada to Hong Kong

Eric Fong

Hong Kong’s Diaspora, Networks, and Family Business in the United Kingdom: A History of the Chinese “Food Chain” and the Case of W. Wing Yip Group

Gordon C. K. Cheung and Edmund Terence Gomez

Is It Really Just a Rational Choice? The Contribution of Emotional Attachment to Temporary Migrants’ Intention to Stay in the Host City in Guangzhou

Huimin Du and Si-ming Li

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

Policymaking in China: A Review of Chinese Scholarship

Jun Ma and Muhua Lin

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Beijing Record: A Physical and Political History of Planning Modern Beijing. By Wang Jun

Sheng ZHONG

The Generalissimo: Chiang Kai-shek and the Struggle for Modern China. By Jay Taylor

SO Wai Chor

Harmony and War: Confucian Culture and Chinese Power Politics. By Yuan-kang Wang

David Curtis WRIGHT

Chinese Circulations: Capital, Commodities, and Networks in Southeast Asia. Edited by Eric Tagliacozzo and Wen-Chin Chang

VOON Phin Keong

Constructing China’s Jerusalem: Christians, Power, and Place in Contemporary Wenzhou. By Nanlai Cao

Brent WHITEFIELD

Vol.11, No.2, Fall 2011

SPECIAL ISSUE

Chinese Migrants and Circular Mobility: Introduction

Jianfa Shen and Lan-Hung Nora Chiang (Guest Editors)

 

ARTICLES

Settlement Intention and Split Households: Findings from a Survey of Migrants in Beijing’s Urban Villages

C. Cindy Fan

Chinese Diaspora “at Home”: Mainlander Taiwanese in Dongguan and Shanghai

Ping Lin

In the Name of Legitimacy: Taiwan and Overseas Chinese during the Cold War Era

Joan S. H. Wang

Return Migration: The Case of the 1.5 Generation of Taiwanese in Canada and New Zealand

Lan-Hung Nora Chiang

 

OTHER ARTICLES

China’s Land Tenure Reform: Time for a New Direction?

Yongjun Zhao

The Emergence of Cyber Society and the Transformation of the Public Policy Agenda-Building Process in China

Zhu Yapeng and Joseph Y. S. Cheng

“Obamania” in China and Its Yielding to Nationalism: Quantitative Responses from Elitist Chinese Students in Beijing toward the 2008 U.S. Election and Structural Analysis

Simon Shen

 

STATE-OF-THE-FIELD REVIEW

Establishing a New Intergovernmental Fiscal Transfer System in China: The State of the Field, 1994–2010

Yilin Hou

 

BOOK REVIEWS

The Chinese State’s Retreat from Health: Policy and the Politics of Retrenchment. By Jane Duckett

Alex HE Jingwei

Mao’s New World: Political Culture in the Early People’s Republic. By Chang-tai Hung

Lijun YANG

Macau: History and Society. By Zhidong Hao

CHAN Kwok Shing

Passage to Manhood: Youth Migration, Heroin, and AIDS in Southwest China. By Liu Shao-hua

HO Wing Chung

Vol.11, No.1, Spring 2011

ARTICLES

A Rising Unknown: Rediscovering China in Japan’s East Asia

Chih-yu Shih

Performance, Meaning, and Ideology in the Making of Legitimacy: The Celebrations of the People’s Republic of China’s Sixty-Year Anniversary

Yih-Jye Hwang and Florian Schneider

Fiscal Transfer and Local Public Expenditure in China: A Case Study of Shanxi Province

Haiyan Duan and Jing Vivian Zhan

Staging Spatial Conflicts and Affect in Emotional Postsocialism: Meng Jinghui’s Theater

Jing Nie

 

RESEARCH NOTE

Study of the Diaoyu Islands: A Continuation of Document-Based Research in the Style of Jean-Marc F. Blanchard

Zhijian Liang

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Re-Writing Culture in Taiwan. Edited by Fang-long Shih et al.

Pei-yin LIN

Negotiating Cultural Change: The Discourse of Art in 1980s China. By Eduardo Welsh

Maria GALIKOWSKI

China’s Hong Kong Transformed: Retrospect and Prospects beyond the First Decade. Edited by Ming K. Chan

Maurice COPITHORNE

China in the 21st Century: What Everyone Needs to Know. By Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom

Non ARKARAPRASERTKUL and Jacob DRYER

The New Imperialism in China I & II (in Chinese). By Larry H. P. Lang

ZHONG Yurou

Revolution/Narration: The Socialist Imagination in Chinese Literature & Culture (1949–1966) (in Chinese). By Cai Xiang

YAO Dan

A Critical History of New Music in China. By Liu Ching-chih

Ou-fan LEE

Emperor Qianlong: Son of Heaven, Man of the World. By Mark Elliott

JIA Jianfei

Where Is Jiangnan? Establishment of Qing Dynasty Orthodoxy and the Changing Inner World of Intellectuals (in Chinese). By Yang Nianqun

XIE Maosong

Confucian Pragmatism as the Art of Contextualizing Personal Experience and World. By Haiming Wen

Marianna BENETATOU

Vol.10, No.2, Fall 2010

SPECIAL ISSUE

Transnationalism and Glocalization in Chinese Language and East Asian Cinemas

Lu Tonglin (guest editor)

 

ARTICLES

Introduction: Transnationalism and Glocalization in Chinese Language and East Asian Cinemas

Lu Tonglin

 

I. Historical East Asia

Japanese Cinema in the Global System: An Asian Classical Cinema

Catherine Russell

The Ambivalence of the Nationalist Struggle in Deterritorialized Space: The Case of South Korea’s Manchurian Action Film

Jinsoo An

When China Encounters Asia Again: Rethinking Ethnic Excess in Some Recent Films from the PRC

Kwai-Cheung Lo

 

II. Transborder Regionalization

Remapping Contemporary Chinese Cinema Studies

Chris Berry and Laikwan Pang

Of the East Asian Cultural Sphere: Theorizing Cultural Regionalization

JungBong Choi

Children Caught in Crossfire: John Woo and a Global Affective Cinema

JungBong Choi

 

III. The Global within the Local, the Transnational within the National

The World without Future: Stage as Entrapment in Jia Zhangke’s Film

Erik Bordeleau

Fruit Chan’s Dumplings—New “Diary of a Madman” in Post-Mao Global Capitalism

Lu Tonglin

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Footprints of the Missing: Trends of Thought of Young People during the Cultural Revolution (in Chinese). By Yin Hongbiao

Anita CHAN

Tears from Iron: Cultural Responses to Famine in Nineteenth- Century China. By Kathryn Edgerton-Tarpley

P. Richard BOHR

Cinema, Space, and Polylocality in a Globalizing China. By Zhang Yingjin

Chris BERRY

Vol.10, No.1, Spring 2010

SPECIAL ISSUE

Urbanization in China: Processes and Policies

Chaolin Gu and Fulong Wu (Guest Editor)

 

ARTICLES

Urbanization in China: Processes and Policies

Chaolin Gu and Fulong Wu

Land Property Rights and Urbanization in China

Li Xun, Xu Xianxiang and Li Zhigang

Growth Politics in Urban China: A Case Study of Jiangsu’s Jiangyin-Jingjiang Industrial Park

Luo Xiaolong

Fundamentals of China’s Urbanization and Policy

Kam Wing Chan

Regional Governance, Local Fragmentation, and Administrative Division Adjustment: Spatial Integration in Changzhou

Feng Zhen, Qing Shen, Boxiu Jian and Jun Zheng

 

OTHER ARTICLES

The Right to the Entrepreneurial City in Reform-Era China

Li Zhang

Patronage or Prebendalism? The Mishu/Shouzhang Relationship and Corruption in Chinese Politics

Xia Li Lollar and Anne Wing Hamilton

The Hidden Rules Governing China’s Unregistered NGOs: Management and Consequences

Guosheng Deng

Environmental Governance in China: Weakness and Potential from an Environmental Policy Integration Perspective

Olivia Bina

 

BOOK REVIEWS

China and the New International Order. Edited by Wang Gongwu and Zheng Yongnian

Richard BAUM

The Night Entertainments of Han Xizai: A Scroll by Gu Hongzhong.By Michael Sullivan

Katharine P. BURNETT

Popular Protest in China. Edited by Kevin O’Brien

Gunter SCHUBERT

State and Society Responses to Social Welfare Needs in China: Serving the people. Edited by Jonathan Schwartz and Shawn Shieh

Joe LEUNG

China’s Reforms at 30: Challenges and Prospects. Edited by Dali L. Yang and Litao Zhao

Yue-man YEUNG

Fighting Famine in North China: State, Market, and Environmental Decline, 1690s−1990s. By Lillian M. Li

Andrea JANKU

Vol.9, No.2, Fall 2009

SPECIAL ISSUE

RELIGIOUS STUDIES IN CHINA

Peter Tze-ming NG (Guest Editor)

 

ARTICLES

American Public Discourse on the Church in China

Daniel H. BAYS

Politics of Faith: Christian Activism and the Maoist State in Chaozhou, Guangdong Province

Joseph Tse-Hei LEE

Protestant Christianity in China: Perspectives from the History of Chinese Religions and Early Christianity in the Roman World

Daniel L. OVERMYER

The Regional Development of Protestant Christianity in China: 1918, 1949 and 2004

Fuk-tsang YING

 

OTHER ARTICLES

Relegitimation through New Patterns of Social Security: Neighbourhood Communities as Legitimating Institutions

Thomas HEBERER

Bureau Chiefs and Policy Experts in the Chinese Policy Decision-making Process: Making Guanxi More Influential

ZHU Xufeng

 

RESEARCH NOTES

China’s Openness and Reform at 30: Retrospect and Prospect

Yue-man YEUNG

Africa-China Relations: Symmetry, Soft Power and South Africa

Adams BODOMO

 

BOOK REVIEWS

Beijing: From Imperial Capital to Olympic City. By Lillian M. Li, Alison J. Dray-Novey and Haili Kong

Richard BELSKY

The “Chinese Century”? The Challenge to Global Order. By David Scott

Edward FRIEDMAN

Speaking to History: The Story of King Goujian in Twentieth- Century China. By Paul A. Cohen

Colin MACKERRAS

War, Politics and Society in Early Modern China 900–1795. By Peter Lorge

Arthur WALDRON

Negotiated Power in Late Imperial China: The Zongli Yamen and the Politics of Reform. By Jennifer Rudolph

Joanna WALEY-COHEN

Boundaries and Categories: Rising Inequality in Post-Socialist Urban China. By Wang Feng

WU Xiaogang

China’s Urbanization: Pattern, Process and Mechanism. Edited by Gu Chaolin, Yu Taofang and Li Wangming

Yue-man YEUNG

Vol.9, No.1, Spring 2009

SPECIAL ISSUE

Markets, Courts and Leninism

Pierre F. LANDRY, Yanqi TONG and SHEN Mingming (Guest Editors)

 

ARTICLES

Introduction: Markets, Courts and Leninism

Pierre F. LANDRY, Yanqi TONG and SHEN Mingming

Dispute Resolution Strategies in a Hybrid System

Yanqi TONG

Does the Communist Party Help Strengthen China’s Legal Reforms?

Pierre F. LANDRY

Rule of Law and Dispute Resolution in China: Evidence from Survey Data

Wenfang TANG

Litigating Economic Disputes in Rural China

SHEN Mingming and WANG Yuhua

The Rule of Law in China: If It Has Been Built, Do People Know about It?

Ming YANG and Juan CHEN

GPS in China Social Surveys: Lessons from the ILRC Survey

Yan Jie, Pierre F. LANDRY and Liying REN

 

BOOK REVIEWS

The Analects of Confucius. Translated by Burton Watson

E. Bruce and A. Taeko BROOKS

A Rejoinder to Professor Brook’s Book Review on the Analects

Burton WATSON

A Reply to Professor Watson

E. Bruce and A. Taeko BROOKS

Authenticating Tibet: Answers to China’s 100 Questions. Edited by Anne-Marie Blondeau and Katia Buffetrille

A. Tom GRUNFELD

The Precious Raft of History: The Past, the West, and the Woman Question in China. By Joan Judge

Yuen Ting LEE

The Jacquinot Safe Zone: Wartime Refugees in Shanghai. By Marcia R. Ristaino

R. Keith Schoppa

China on the Move: Migration, the State, and the Household. By C. Cindy Fan

SHEN Jianfa

Keeping Democracy at Bay: Hong Kong and the Challenge of Chinese Political Reform. By Suzanne Pepper

Edward VICKERS

Re-envisioning the Chinese Revolution: The Politics and Poetics of Collective Memories in Reform China. Edited by Ching Kwan Lee and Guobin Yan

Peter ZARROW

Portrait of a Community: Society, Culture, and the Structures of Kinship in the Mulan River Valley (Fujian) from the Late Tang through the Song. By Hugh R. Clark

Harriet ZURNDORFER

Vol.8, No.2, Fall 2008

Articles

How Can Government Become Responsible? Trajectories, Meanings and Intentions

Linda Chelan Li (Guest Editor)

The Genesis of Responsible Government under Authoritarian Conditions: Taiwan during Martial Law

Tak-Wing Ngo and Yi-Chi Chen

Contractual Thinking and Responsible Government in China: A Constructivist Framework for Analysis

Chengxin Pan

Objective Responsibility vs. Subjective Responsibility: A Critical Reading of the CCP’s Internal Supervision Regulation

Ting Gong

Failing to Treat: Why Public Hospitals in China Do Not Work

Wai-keung Tam

Regulating Decentralization in China

Shiufai Wong and Martin Painter (Guest Editors)

The Role of Provincial Policies in Fiscal Equalization Outcomes in China

Jorge Martinez-Vazquez, Baoyun Qiao and Li Zhang

One Country, Diverse Systems: Politics of Educational Decentralization and Challenges for the Regulatory State in Post-Mao China

Mok Ka-ho and King Lun NGOK

State Regulation and China’s Administrative System: A Spatial Perspective

Him CHUNG

Regulating Decentralized State Industries: China’s Auto Industry

Yukyung Yeo and Margaret Pearson

Central-local Relations and Pricing Policies for Wind Energy in China

Daphne Ngar-yin Mah and Peter Hills

 

Book Reviews

A Century of Travels in China: Critical Essays on Travel Writing from the 1840s to the 1940s. Edited by Douglas Kerr and Julia Kuehn

James M. Hargett

The Chinese Academy of Social Sciences: Shaping the Reforms, Academia and China (1997–2003). By Margaret Sleeboom- Faulkner

Ann Kent

Education and Reform in China. Edited by Emily Hannum and Albert Park

Stanley Rosen

Hong Kong, China: Learning to Belong to a Nation. By Gordon Mathews, Eric Kit-wai Ma, and Tai-lok Lui

Edward Vickers

Vol.8, No.1, Spring 2008

SPECIAL ISSUE

HONG KONG: TEN YEARS AFTER THE HANDOVER

Roger C. K. Chan and George C. S. Lin (Guest Editors)

 

Articles

From a Colonial Outpost to a Special Administrative Region: Hong Kong’s First Decade of Reunion with China

Roger C. K. Chan and George C. S. Lin

Structural Changes in the Economy of Hong Kong since 1997

David R. Meyer

Like Sons and Daughters of Hong Kong: The Return of the Young Generation

Janet Salaff, Angela Shik and Arent Greve

Culture and the City: Hong Kong, 1997–2007

Carolyn Cartier

One Public, Two Health Systems: Hong Kong and China, Integration without Convergence

Kerrie L. MacPherson

 

Other Article

Retreat of the State? Restructuring the Chinese Central Bureaucracies in the Era of Economic Globalization

Joo-Youn Jung

 

Research Note

The Rise of China and Soft Power: China’s Soft Power Influence in Korea

Jung-Nam Lee

 

Book Reviews

Playing to the World’s Biggest Audience: The Globalization of Chinese Film and TV. By Michael Curtin

Chris Berry

Rightful Resistance in Rural China. By Kevin J. O’Brien and Lianjiang Li

Haijing Dai

Interfirm Relations under Late Industrialization in China: The Supplier System in the Motorcycle Industry. By Moriki Ohara

Peilei Fan

The Urban Generation: Chinese Cinema and Society at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century. Edited by Zhang Zhen

Christopher Lupke

Political Rights in Post-Mao China. By Merle Goldman

Barrett L. McCormick

Empire, Nation and Beyond: Chinese History in Late Imperial and Modern Times—A Festschrift in Honor of Frederic Wakeman. Edited by Joseph W. Esherick, Wen-hsin Yeh and Madeleine Zelin

Joanna Waley-Cohen

Hong Mai’s Record of the Listener and Its Song Dynasty Context. By Alister D. Inglis

Hilde De Weerdt

China’s Trapped Transition: The Limits of Developmental Autocracy. By Minxin Pei

Lynn White

Vol.7, No.2, Fall 2007

SPECIAL ISSUE

TEN YEARS AFTER 1997: THE LOST DECADE OF HONG KONG

Tai-lok LUI and Stephen W. K. CHIU (Guest Editors)

 

Articles

Governance Crisis in Post-1997 Hong Kong: A Political Economy Perspective

Tai-lok LUI and Stephen W. K. CHIU

The Hong Kong Economy under Asymmetric Integration: Structural Transformation or Dissolution?

TSANG Shu-ki

Neoliberalization and Privatization in Hong Kong after the 1997 Financial Crisis

CHEN Yun Chung and PUN Ngai

Political Opportunities, Social Mobilization and Collective Action: The Re-invigorated Pro-Democracy Movement in Hong Kong

Joseph M. CHAN and Francis L. F. LEE

Misled Intervention by a Misplaced Diagnosis: The Hong Kong SAR Government’s Policies for Alleviating Poverty and Social Exclusion

WONG Hung

Grassroots Nationalism: Changing Identity in a Changing Context

Eric MA

 

Other Articles

Living with the State: Ambivalent Autonomy in the Yao Community in Jinxiu

Chih-yu SHIH

Geographical Changes in Foreign Direct Investment and Impacts on Regional Economic Integration in China: The Case Study of the Pan-PRD Regionalization

Li ZHANG and Simon Xiaobin ZHAO

 

Book Reviews

Behind the Bamboo Curtain: China, Vietnam, and the World beyond Asia. Edited by Priscilla Roberts

ANG Cheng Guan

Emperor and Ancestor: State and Lineage in South China. By David Faure

Hugh R. CLARK

Paying for Progress in China: Public Finance, Human Welfare and Changing Patterns of Inequality. Edited by Vivienne Shue and Christine Wong

Carsten A. HOLZ

Writing Taiwan: A New Literary History. Edited by David Der-wei Wang and Carlos Rojas

Jeffrey C. KINKLEY

Culture in the Contemporary PRC. Edited by Michel Hockx and Julia Strauss

Colin MACKERRAS

Envisioning Taiwan: Fiction, Cinema, and the Nation in the Cultural Imaginary. By June Yip

Pei-yin LIN

Vol.7, No.1, Spring 2007

Articles

The Bund and Beyond: Rethinking the Sino-Foreign Financial Grid in Pre-War Shanghai

Niv HORESH

Competitive Advantage and Rural Industrial Clustering: The Case of Steel Measuring Tape Production in a Chinese Village

Xiaojian LI and Erling LI

WTO Accession, Financial Reform and the Rule of Law in China

Berry F. C. HSU and Douglas W. ARNER

Evolution of Health Provision in Pre-SARS China: The Changing Nature of Disease Prevention Jonathan SCHWARTZ, R. Gregory EVANS and

Sarah GREENBERG

Re-Visions of Shuihu Women in Chinese Theatre and Cinema

Jing SHEN

 

Research Note

Location of Japanese Investment in China’s Food Industry

Shaosheng JIN and Suminori TOKUNAGA

 

Book Reviews

The Chinese Communist Party in Reform. Edited by Kjeld Erik Brodsgaard and Zheng Yongnian

Joseph FEWSMITH

State and Laid-off Workers in Reform China: The Silence and Collective Action of the Retrenched. By Yongshun Cai

CHEN Feng

Miraculous Response: Doing Popular Religion in Contemporary China. By Adam Yuet Chau

Mayfair YANG

Empire at the Margins: Culture, Ethnicity, and Frontier in Early Modern China. Edited by Pamela K. Crossley, Helen F. Siu, and Donald S. Sutton

Frank DIKOTTER

Educational Reform in Republican China: The Failure of Educators to Create a Modern Nation. By Thomas D. Curran

Peter ZARROW

Republican Beijing: The City and Its Histories. By Madeleine Yue Dong

Michael TSIN

Making Place: State Projects, Globalisation and Local Responses in China. Edited by Stephan Feuchtwang

Xiangqun CHANG

China Candid: The People on the People’s Republic. By Sang Ye and edited by Geremie R. Barmé, with Miriam Lang

Martin King WHYTE

The Transformation of Chinese Socialism. By Lin Chun

Arif DIRLIK

The Merchants of Zigong: Industrial Entrepreneurship in Early Modern China. By Madeline Zelin

David D. BUCK

Vol.6, No.2, Fall 2006

SPECIAL ISSUE

WTO AND CHINA’S FINANCIAL DEVELOPMENT

 

Articles

Introduction to the Special Issue: WTO and China’s Financial Development

Douglas W. ARNER (Guest Editor)

Implementing China’s WTO Commitments in Chinese Financial Services Law

Sanzhu ZHU

Insurance in China: Assessment of the Implementation of China’s WTO Commitments

Andreas KELLERHALS

Managing Liberalization Risk in China’s Securities Market: Challenges from WTO Implementation

Michael E. BURKE

CEPA and China’s Banking Law: Conflicts and Adjustments

Wei WANG

 

Other Article

The Rise and Fall of the China League for Civil Rights

Jinxing CHEN

 

Book Reviews

Legitimacy: Ambiguities of Political Success or Failure in East and Southeast Asia. Edited by Lynn White

Mark BEESON

SARS in China: Prelude to Pandemic? Edited by Arthur Kleinman and James L. Watson

Joseph Y. S. CHENG

Ethnic Business: Chinese Capitalism in Southeast Asia. Edited by K. S. Jomo and Brian C. Folk

Catherine C. H. CHIU

China’s Peaceful Rise: Speeches of Zheng Bijian 1997–2005. By Zheng Bijian

Edward FRIEDMAN

US-China Cold War Collaboration, 1971–1989. By S. Mahmud Ali

Evelyn GOH

Zhou Enlai: A Political Life. By Barbara Barnouin and Yu Changgen

Steven M. GOLDSTEIN

Bodies of Difference: Experiences of Disability and Institutional Advocacy in the Making of Modern China. By Matthew Kohrman

William JANKOWIAK

Modern Mongolia: From Khans to Commissars to Capitalists. By Morris Rossabi

Peter C. PERDUE

Perspectives on Cross-Strait Relations: Views from Europe. Edited by Günter Schucher and Margot Schüller

Vincent K. POLLARD

Party Politics in Taiwan: Party Change and the Democratic Evolution of Taiwan, 1991–2004. By Dafydd Fell

Shelley RIGGER

Kinship, Contract, Community, and State: Anthropological Perspectives on China. By Myron L. Cohen

Helen F. SIU

Outcry from a Red Guard Imprisoned during the Cultural Revolution (in Chinese). By Lu Li’an and edited by Wang Shaoguang

Guobin YANG

China after Jiang, 2003. Edited by Gang Lin and Xiaobo Hu

You JI

Touring China’s Minority Regions (in Japanese). Edited by Taniguchi Fusao and Katsushige Iizuka

Guohe ZHENG

China as a Rising World Power and Its Responses to “Globalization.” Edited by Ronald C. Keith

Shiping ZHENG

Vol.6, No.1, Spring 2006

SPECIAL ISSUE

SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT IN CHINA

 

Articles

Introduction: Mediating State and Market in China’s Competitive High Technology Industry

Yu ZHOU and Yifei SUN (Guest Editors)

Promoting Indigenous Capability: The Chinese Government and the Catching-Up of Domestic Telecom-Equipment Firms

Peilei FAN

State and Commercial Enterprises in China’s Technical Standard Strategies

Yu ZHOU

Foreign R&D in Developing Countries: Empirical Evidence from Shanghai, China

Yifei SUN, Debin DU and Li HUANG

Market Transition, State Connections and Internet Geography in China

Jun ZHANG

 

Other Articles

TV Romance and Popular Cultural Mood: The Chi Li Phenomenon

Hongwei LU

Chinese Ocean Policies Towards the South China Sea in a Transitional Period, 1946–1952

Ulises GRANADOS

 

Research Note

Regulating the Environment: Assessing China’s Domestic Environmental Law and Participation in International Treaties

Srini SITARAMAN

 

Book Reviews

Chineseness Across Borders: Renegotiating Chinese Identities in China and the United States. By Andrea Louie

Melissa J. BROWN

Social Space and Governance in Urban China: The Danwei System from Origins to Reform. By David Bray

Carolyn CARTIER

China’s West Region Development: Domestic Strategies and Global Implications. Edited by Ding Lu and William A. W. Neilson

C. Cindy FAN

The Man Awakened from Dreams: One Man’s Life in a North China Village, 1857–1942. By Henrietta Harrison

Charles W. HAYFORD

Corruption and Market in Contemporary China. By Yan Sun

Michael JOHNSTON

Suzhou: Where the Goods of All the Provinces Converge. By Michael Marmé

KWAN Man Bun

Public Opinion and Political Change in China. By Wenfang Tang

Lianjiang LI

City of the Queen: A Novel of Colonial Hong Kong. By Shih Shuching and translated by Sylvia Li-chun Lin and Howard Goldblatt

Bonnie S. MCDOUGALL

Untying the Knot: Making Peace in the Taiwan Strait. By Richard C. Bush

Ramon H. MYERS

Disgraceful Matters: The Politics of Chastity in Eighteenth- Century China. By Janet Theiss

Bradly W. REED

Rising to the Challenge: China’s Grand Strategy and International Security. By Avery Goldstein

Allen S. WHITING

Vol.5, No.2, Fall 2005

SPECIAL ISSUE

COLLECTIVE MEMORIES OF THE CULTURAL REVOLUTION

 

Articles

Introduction: Gilded-Age Memories of the Cultural Revolution

Guobin YANG and Ming-Bao YUE (Guest Editors)

Days of Old Are Not Puffs of Smoke: Three Hypotheses on Collective Memories of the Cultural Revolution

Guobin YANG

Nostalgia for the Future: Cultural Revolution Memory in Two Transnational Chinese Narratives

Ming-Bao YUE

“Playing in the Dirt”: Plays about Geologists and Memories of the Cultural Revolution and the Maoist Era

Xiaomei CHEN

Old Zhiqing Photos: Nostalgia and the “Spirit” of the Cultural Revolution

David J. DAVIES

Revolution Is a Dinner Party: Cultural Revolution Restaurants in Contemporary China

Jennifer HUBBERT

Music, Memory, and Nostalgia: Collective Memories of Cultural Revolution Songs in Contemporary China

Lei Ouyang BRYANT

 

Book Reviews

From Cotton Mill to Business Empire: The Emergence of Regional Enterprises in Modern China. By Elisabeth Köll

David D. BUCK

Between Shanghai and Hong Kong: The Politics of Chinese Cinemas. By Poshek Fu

Paul CLARK

Understanding the Political Culture of Hong Kong: The Paradox of Activism and Depoliticization. By Lam Wai-man

Michael E. DEGOLYER

Sights of Contestation: Localism, Globalism and Cultural Production in Asia and the Pacific. Edited by Kwok-kan Tam, Wimal Dissanayake and Terry Siu-han Yip

Poshek FU

Labor Dispute Resolution in China: Implications for Labor Rights and Legal Reform. By Virginia Harper Ho

Mary E. GALLAGHER

Under Confucian Eyes: Writings on Gender in Chinese History. Edited by Susan Mann and Yu-Yin Cheng

Yuen Ting LEE

Influence, Translation, and Parallels: Selected Studies on the Bible in China. By Marián Gálik

LIAO Weichun

Illuminations from the Past: Trauma, Memory, and History in Modern China. By Ban Wang

LIU Yan

The Imperialist Imaginary: Visions of Asia and the Pacific in merican Culture. By John R. Eperjesi

Hoang Gia PHAN

Chinese Aesthetics and Literature: A Reader. Edited by Corinne H. Dale

Ban WANG

A Nation-State by Construction: Dynamics of Modern Chinese Nationalism. By Zhao Suisheng

Michael YAHUDA

Vol.5, No.1, Spring 2005

SPECIAL ISSUE

CHINESE EDUCATION

 

Articles

Resource Utilization and Disparities in Compulsory Education in China

Mun C. TSANG and Yanqing DING

Issues in the Expansion of Higher Education in the People’s Republic of China

Henry M. LEVIN and Zeyu XU

Trust, Ownership, and Autonomy: Challenges Facing Private Higher Education in China

Jing LIN, Yu ZHANG, Lan GAO and Yan LIU

 

Other Articles

Marxist Maternalism, Memory, and the Mobilization of Women in the Great Leap Forward

Kimberley Ens MANNING

Examining the Connection Between Temporary Migration and the Spread of STDs and HIV/AIDS in China

Christopher J. SMITH and Xiushi YANG

 

Book Reviews

God and Caesar in China: Policy Implications of Church-State Tensions. Edited by Jason Kindopp and Carol Lee Hamrin

P. Richard Bohr

Culturing Modernity: The Nantong Model, 1890–1930. By Qin Shao

David D. Buck

Christianity and University Education in China (in Chinese). By Peter Tze-ming Ng

Choong Chee Pang

China, Sex and Prostitution. By Elaine Jeffreys

James Farrer

China’s New Nationalism: Pride, Politics, and Diplomacy. By Peter Hays Gries

Peter Koehn

Dislocating China: Muslims, Minorities, and Other Subaltern Subjects. By Dru C. Gladney

Colin Mackerras

Narcotic Culture: A History of Drugs in China. By Frank Dikötter, Lars Laamann, and Zhou Xun

Richard Madsen

Changing Church and State Relations in Hong Kong, 1950–2000. By Beatrice Leung and Shun-hing Chan

Peter Tze Ming Ng

Translating Orients: Between Ideology and Culture. By Timothy Weiss

Andrew Parkin

The Cultural Revolution in the Foreign Ministry of China (in Chinese). By Ma Jisen

Tong Xiaoxi

The River Runs Black: The Environmental Challenge to China’s Future. By Elizabeth C. Economy

Wong Koon-kwai

Vol.4, No.2, Fall 2004

SPECIAL ISSUE

CORRUPTION IN CHINA

 

Articles

Great Disorder under Heaven: Endemic Corruption and Rapid Growth in Contemporary China

Andrew WEDEMAN

Dependent Judiciary and Unaccountable Judges: Judicial Corruption in Contemporary China

Ting GONG

An Empirical Study of Corruption within China’s State-owned Enterprises

Wenhao CHENG

Lessons for Mainland China from Anti-corruption Reform in Hong Kong

Melanie MANION

Regime and Curbing Corruption

SHANG Ying

 

Other Articles

Domestic Support Ratios in Two-Level Bargaining: The US-China WTO Negotiations

Albert S. YEE

National Development and Individual Trauma in Wushan yunyu

Nick KALDIS

 

Book Reviews

Exorcism and Money: The Symbolic World of the Five-Fury Spirits in Late Imperial China. By Qitao Guo

Hung-lam Chu

Intellectuals at a Crossroads: The Changing Politics of China’s Knowledge Workers. By Zhidong Hao

Gloria Davies

Fictional Authors, Imaginary Audiences: Modern Chinese Literature in the Twentieth Century. By Bonnie S. McDougall

Michel Hockx

At Cross Purposes: US-Taiwan Relations Since 1942. By Richard C. Bush

James C. Hsiung

Digital Dragon: High-Technology Enterprises in China. By Adam Segal

Mark Jacobs

Popular Political Support in Urban China. By Jie Chen

Andrew Wedeman

A Tale of the Yangtze River (in Japanese). By Katsushige Iizuka

Guohe Zheng

Vol.4, No.1, Spring 2004

SPECIAL ISSUE

TRANSNATIONALISM AND THE CHINESE PRESS

 

Articles

Networks of News: Power, Language and Transnational Dimensions of the Chinese Press, 1850–1949

Bryna GOODMAN (Guest Editor)

Transnationalism, the Press, and the National Imaginary in Twentieth Century China

Arif DIRLIK

“British Barbarians” and “Chinese Pigtails”? Translingual Practice in a Transnational Environment in Nineteenth Century Hong Kong and Shanghai

Natascha VITTINGHOFF

Semi-Colonialism, Transnational Networks and News Flows in Early Republican Shanghai

Bryna GOODMAN

Beyond Tianxia: The Zhongwai Xinwen Qiribao (Hong Kong 1871–1872) and the Construction of a Transnational Chinese Community

Elizabeth SINN

Qiaokan and the Transnational Community of Taishan County, Guangdong, 1882–1943

Madeline Y. HSU

Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and Transnational Networks: The Chenbao Fujuan, 1921–1928

Xiaoqun XU

 

Other Articles

On Taiwan’s Missing Crime and Mystery Fiction: Zhang Dachun’s Postmodern Transformation of the Taiwan Whodunit

Jeffrey C. KINKLEY

Pink Pills and Black Hands: Women and Hygiene in Republican China

Sylvia Li-chun LIN

 

Book Reviews

A History of Modern Shanghai Banking: The Rise and Decline of China’s Finance Capitalism. By Zhaojin Ji

Linsun Cheng

The Experience of Modernity: Chinese Autobiography of the Early Twentieth Century. By Janet Ng

Li Xia

Rulin Waishi and Cultural Transformation in Late Imperial China. By Shang Wei

Yuet Keung Lo

China’s New Voices: Popular Music, Ethnicity, Gender, and Politics, 1978–1997. By Nimrod Baranovitch

Colin Mackerras

Modernizing China’s Military: Progress, Problems, and Prospects. By David Shambaugh

Ka Po Ng

China’s Industrial State-owned Enterprises: Between Profitability and Bankruptcy. By Carsten A. Holz

Russell Smyth

China: Transnational Visuality, Global Postmodernity. By Sheldon H. Lu

Gang Gary Xu

Vol.3, No.2, Fall 2003

SPECIAL ISSUE

CHINESE CENSUS 2000: NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES

Kam Wing CHAN (Guest Editor)

 

Articles

Chinese Census 2000: New Opportunities and Challenges

Kam Wing CHAN

China’s Missing Girls: Numerical Estimates and Effects on Population Growth

Yong CAI and William LAVELY

Mortality Analysis of China’s 2000 Population Census Data: A Preliminary Examination

LI Shuzhuo and SUN Fubin

Urbanization in China in the 1990s: New Definition, Different Series, and Revised Trends

Kam Wing CHAN and Ying HU

Migration As Marketization: What Can We Learn from China’s 2000 Census Data?

CAI Fang and WANG Dewen

Dynamics of Family and Elderly Living Arrangements in China: New Lessons Learned from the 2000 Census

ZENG Yi and Zhenglian WANG

Housing Improvement and Distribution in Urban China: Initial Evidence from China’s 2000 Census

WANG Feng

 

Research Note

Urban Labour Market Segmentation: Some Observations Based on Wuhan Census Data

Yunyan YANG

 

Book Reviews

Like Cattle and Horses: Nationalism and Labor in Shanghai, 1895–1927. By S. A. Smith

R. David Arkush

The Yale-China Association: A Centennial History. By Nancy E. Chapman, with Jessica C. Plumb

Suzanne Wilson Barnett

China in the Post-Utopian Age. By Christopher J. Smith

Ming K. Chan

Love-Letters and Privacy in Modern China: The Intimate Lives of Lu Xun and Xu Guangping. By Bonnie S. McDougall

Chiu-yee Cheung

Memoirs from the Beijing Film Academy: The Genesis of China’s Fifth Generation. By Ni Zhen. Translated by Chris Berry

Paul Clark

The China Miracle: Development Strategy and Economic Reform. By Justin Yifu Lin, Fang Cai, and Zhou Li

Carsten A. Holz

Obscene Things: Sexual Politics in Jin Ping Mei. By Naifei Ding

Karl Kao

China’s Leadership in the Twenty-first Century: The Rise of the Fourth Generation. Edited by David M. Finkelstein and Maryanne Kivlehan

Hongyi Lai

Internationalizing China, Domestic Interests and Global Linkages. By David Zweig

Ying Lin

Like Froth Floating on the Sea: The World of Pirates and Seafarers in Late Imperial South China. By Robert J. Antony

Dian Murray

Chinese Feminities/Chinese Masculinities: A Reader. Edited by Susan Brownell and Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom

Janet W. Salaff

A Rainbow over the Pacific: American Writers and Chinese Culture (in Chinese). By Zhang Hong, et al.

Guohe Zheng

“Pen Units” and the Invasion of China: A Critical Study of Japanese Literature Devoted to the Invasion of China (in Chinese). By Wang Xiangyuan

Guohe Zheng

Vol.3, No.1, Spring 2003

SPECIAL ISSUE

THE CULTURAL CONFIGURATION OF LITERATURE AND FILM IN 1990S CHINA: A NEW PERSPECTIVE

Hong Jiang (Guest Editor)

 

Articles

The Cultural Configuration of Literature and Film in 1990s China: A New Perspective

Hong Jiang

The Personalization of Literature: Chinese Women’s Writing in the 1990s

Hong Jiang

Okay, Whatever: Intellectuals, Sex, and Time in Wang Xiaobo’s The Golden Years

Wendy Larson

Music and Noise: Independent Film and Globalization

Tonglin Lu

Tropes of “Home”: The Gender of Globalizing Markets in Chinese Urban Culture

Haiping Yan

 

Research Note

Nan Shui Bei Diao: Diverting Water from the South to the North in China

Elspeth Thomson

 

Book Reviews

The China Dream: The Elusive Quest for the Greatest Untapped Market on Earth. By Joe Studwell

Yuk-shing Cheng

Narratives, Politics and the Public Sphere: Struggles over Political Reform in the Final Transitional Years in Hong Kong (1992–1994). By Agnes S. M. Ku

Michael E. DeGolyer

Rethinking the 1898 Reform Period: Political and Cultural Change in Late Qing China. Edited by Rebecca E. Karl and Peter Zarrow

Roger Des Forges

Staging the World: Chinese Nationalism at the Turn of the Twentieth Century. By Rebecca E. Karl

Edward Friedman

Popular China: Unofficial Culture in a Globalizing Society. Edited by Perry Link, Richard P. Madsen and Paul G. Pickowicz

Laura W. Geller

Creating a Chinese Harbin: Nationalism in an International City, 1916–1932. By James H. Carter

Kwan Man Bun

Xiao Hong. The Field of Life and Death and Tales of Hulan River (Revised Edition). Translated by Howard Goldblatt

Lily Xiao Hong Lee

Crisis and Transformation in China’s Hong Kong. Edited by Ming K. Chan and Alvin Y. So

Li Pang-kwong

The Chinese Postmodern: Trauma and Irony in Chinese Avant-Garde Fiction. By Xiaobin Yang

Bonnie S. McDougall

The Nature of Chinese Politics: From Mao to Jiang. Edited by Jonathan Unger

Jeremy Paltiel

Memories of the Future: National Identity Issues and the Search for a New Taiwan. Edited by Stéphane Corcuff

Chih-yu Shih

China’s Economic Challenge — Smashing the Iron Rice Bowl. By Neil C. Hughes

Lina Song

Chinese Provincial Leaders: Economic Performance and Political Mobility Since 1949. By Zhiyue Bo

Andrew Wedeman

The Generalissimo’s Son: Chiang Ching-kuo and the Revolutions in China and Taiwan. By Jay Taylor

Allen S. Whiting

Vol.2, No.2, Fall 2002

Articles

Anticipating Community, Producing Dissent: The Politics of Recent Chinese Intellectual Praxis

Gloria Davies

Imagining the People: “Yellow Earth” and the Enigma of Nationalist Consciousness

W. K. Cheng

The Development of Private Enterprise in Contemporary China: Institutional Foundations and Limitations

Sun Wen-bin and Wong Siu-lun

The Life Span of Unified Regimes in China

Hongyi Harry Lai

 

Book Reviews

China’s Integration in Asia: Economic Security and Strategic Issues. Edited by Robert Ash

Joseph Y. S. Cheng

Modern China and Opium: A Reader. Edited by Alan Baumler

R. Bin Wong

Building in China: Henry K. Murphy’s “Adaptive Architecture,” 1914–1935. By Jeffrey W. Cody

Nancy Shatzman Steinhardt

Chinese Democracy after Tiananmen. By Yijiang Ding

Shi Tianjian

Some Did It for Civilisation; Some Did It for Their Country: A Revised View of the Boxer War. By Jane E. Elliott

Joseph W. Esherick

Where China Meets Southeast Asia: Social and Cultural Change in the Border Regions. Edited by Grant Evans, Christopher Hutton, and Kuah Khun Eng

James K. Chin

Appetites: Food and Sex in Post-Socialist China. By Judith Farquhar

Tan Chee-Beng

Yellow Music: Media Culture and Colonial Modernity in the Chinese Jazz Age. By Andrew F. Jones

Yu Siu Wah

Integrating China into the Global Economy. By Nicholas R. Lardy

Yin-Ping Ho

Nanking 1937: Memory and Healing. Edited by Feifei Li, Robert Sabella and David Liu

Charles W. Hayford

Anglo-China: Chinese People and British Rule in Hong Kong, 1841–1880. By Christopher Munn

Jung-fang Tsai

Challenging the Mandate of Heaven: Social Protest and State Power in China. By Elizabeth J. Perry

Diana Lary

The Boxer Rebellion. The Dramatic Story of China’s War on Foreigners That Shook the World in the Summer of 1900. By Diana Preston

Jane Elliott

The Chinese National Character: From Nationhood to Individuality. By Lung-kee Sun

Chung-fang Yang

The Transformation of Rural China. By Jonathan Unger

Chong-Chor Lau

Whither China? Intellectual Politics in Contemporary China. Edited by Xudong Zhang

Colin Mackerras

Vol.2, No.1, Spring 2002

SPECIAL ISSUE

CHINESE REGIONS IN A GLOBALIZING WORLD

 

Articles

Locating Globalization: The Changing Role of the City-state in Post-handover Hong Kong

Ngai Pun and Kim-ming Lee

Re-engineering the Developmental State in an Age of Globalization: Taiwan in Defiance of Neo liberalism

Yun-han Chu

Globalization, Governance, and Development of the Pearl River Delta Region

Yan Hu and Roger C. K. Chan

Is China Following the East Asian Model? A “Comparative Institutional Analysis” Perspective

Keun Lee, Donghoon Hahn, and Justin Lin

 

Research Notes

Gender Inequality in Access to Knowledge in China

Danke Li

Weak Links within a Centralized National System: Inter-Provincial Relations vis-à-vis News Coverage from 1955 to 1996

Jonathan J. H. Zhu and Yu Huang

 

Book Reviews

China and Democracy: Reconsidering the Prospects for a Democratic China. Edited by Suisheng Zhao

Chih-yu Shih

Power, Money and Media: Communication Patterns and Bureaucratic Control in Cultural China. Edited by Chin-chuan Lee

Junhao Hong

Modern Chinese Literary and Cultural Studies in the Age of Theory: Reimagining a Field. Edited by Rey Chow

Hilary Chung

China’s Trial by Fire: The Shanghai War of 1932. By Donald A. Jordan

Parks M. Coble

The Spirit and the Flesh in Shandong, 1650–1785. By D. E. Mungello

Yuen-sang Leung

Vol.1, No.1, Fall 2001

Articles

Nationalism and Chinese Foreign Policy

Tianbiao Zhu

Pitfalls of China’s Industrial Statistics: Inconsistencies and Specification Problems

Carsten A. Holz and Yi-min Lin

Determinants of Employee Salary Growth in Shanghai: An Analysis of Formal Education, On-the-job Training, and Adult Education with a Three-level Model

Jin Xiao

Entrepreneurs and Politics in the Chinese Transitional Economy: Political Connections and Rent-seeking

Eun Kyong Choi and Kate Xiao Zhou

The Chinese Cultural Revolution Revisited

Xing Li

 

Book Reviews

China Along the Yellow River: A Scholar’s Observations and Reflections on Rural Society (in Chinese).By Cao Jinqing

David Cowhig

China Along the Yellow River: A Scholar’s Observations and Reflections on Rural Society (in Chinese).By Cao Jinqing

Wang Xi

Why Do We Have to Abolish the Province?: An Assessment and Adjustment of Administrative Division in Taiwan (in Chinese).By Liu Tao-yi

Jianfa Shen

Studies on Spatial Agglomeration and Dispersal in the Coastal Urban Areas in China (in Chinese). By Hu Xuwei,Zhou Yixing, Gu Chaolin, et al.

Yue-man Yeung

American Goddess at the Rape of Nanking: The Courage of Minnie Vautrin. By Hua-ling Hu

Guohe Zheng

Remaking the Chinese City: Modernity and National Identity, 1900–1950. Edited by Joseph W. Esherick

Chang-tai Hung

Peking: Temples and City Life, 1400–1900. By Susan Naquin

Ronald Suleski

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