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China and the Philippines, A Connected History, C. 1900-50, Phillip B. Guingona

This innovative study brings diverse transnational characters to life, foregrounding the entangled history of China and the Philippines, and advancing a nuanced reading of world history. This title is part of the Flip it Open Programme and may also be available Open Access. Check our website Cambridge Core for details
Table of contents
Cover -- Half-title page -- Series page -- Title page -- Copyright page -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Acknowledgments -- A Note on Translation and Rendering of Names -- A Note on What Is Missing -- Introduction: Before a Vast Ocean -- Part I Mirrored Diasporas -- 1 Shanghai's Filipinos and Manila's Chinese: Filipinos in Shanghai -- 2 Trumpets and Ledgers -- Part II The Philippine Model -- 3 Achieving Modernity by Studying the Philippines -- 4 Achieving Modernity by Studying in the Philippines -- Part III Nationalisms of the Founders -- 5 Capital Heroes and a Hokkien Nation -- 6 Seeking Salvation and a Chinese Nation -- Part IV The Pivot -- 7 Coalescence: 1921, a Year of Promise -- 8 Possibilities: Meeting at Springfield's Fields -- 9 Disintegration: The Triangle Offense -- Conclusions: The Ghosts of the Present -- Appendix: Glossary of Names -- Bibliography -- Index
Literary form
non fiction
First edition.
Physical description
1 online resource (292 pages)
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