The Journal of Asian Studies Volume 75, Number 3, August 2016 Cambridge University Press
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Commentary Hong Liu and Gregor Benton "The Qinopi Trade and its Role in Modern China and the Chinese Diaspor: Toward and Alternative Explanation of "Transnational Capitalism"
David G. Atwill "Boundaries of Belonging: Sino-Indian Relations and the 1960 Tibetan Muslim Incident"
Ravinder Kaur ""I Am India Shining": The Investor-Citizen and the Indelible Icon of Good Times"
Max D. Woodworth and Michael Ulfstjerne "Taking Part: The Social Experience of Informal Finance in Ordos, Inner Mongolia."
Sebastian Veg "Creating a Textual Public Space: Slogans and Texts from Hong Kong's Umbrella Movement"
Y Yvon Wang "Shame, Survival, Satisfactorn: Legal Representations of Sex between Men in Early Twentieth-Century Beijing"
Thomas S. Mullaney "Controlling the Kanjisphere: The Rise of the Sino-Japanese Typewriter and the Birth of CJK
Antonia Finnane "Cold War Sweing Machines: Prodcution and Consumption in 1950s China and Japan"
Andrew Gordon "Commentary on Thomas S. Mullaney, "Controlling the Kanjispher," and Antonia Finnane, "Cold War Sewing Machines"
David Arnold "Commentary on Thomas S. Mullaney, "Controlling the Kanjispher," and Antonia Finnane, "Cold War Sewing Machines"