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These conference essays, first published in China Quarterly, no. 136 (December 1993), explore the implications of the cultural, economic and political 'China' which is no longer confined to national boundaries, but which, built on political and family networks, encompasses the People's Republic, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Southeast Asia.
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