China studies in South and Southeast Asia between pro-China and objectivism

"The rise of China has reconstituted the regional identity in Asia as well as the lens through which understanding of China and self-understanding are no longer separate processes intellectually. China scholarship in South and Southeast Asia necessarily highlights meanings of encountering China...

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Other Authors: Shi, Zhiyu 1958- (Editor), Manomaivibool, Prapin (Editor), Marwah, Reena 1960- (Editor)
Resource Type: Book
Language:English
Published: Singapore Hackensack, NJ Bangkok, Thailand World Scientific Asia Research Center, Chulalongkorn University [2019]
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Table of Contents:
  • Odysseys in China watching: comparative look at the Philippines and Nepal / Tina S. Clemente and Pamela G. Combinido
  • Malaysia, Nanyang, and the "inner China" of three Hong Kong scholars: Huang Chih-Lien, Chang Chak Yan and Kueh Yik Yaw / Ngeow Chow Bing
  • Indonesian intellectuals' experiences and China: Peranakan Benny Gatot Setiono in balance between Indonesian nationalism and Chineseness / Matsumura Toshio
  • A long journey from Chinese-language newspaperman to Chinese specialist: the oral history from two senior Chinese intellectuals in Thailand / Apiradee Charoensenee
  • Sourcing contemporary Vietnam's intellectual history in Russia: sciences, arts, and sinology / Cong Tuan DINH
  • Scholarship and friendship: how Pakistani academics view Pakistan-China relations / Pervaiz Ali Mahesar
  • Vietnam's composite agenda on the rise of China: power, peace, and party / Quang Minh Pham & Hoang Giang Le
  • China studies in South and Southeast Asia: a comparative perspective through Sri Lanka and Thailand / Reena Marwah
  • Crafting a bridge role through Chinese studies without sinology: lessons of South Asian think tanks for Singapore / Chih-yu Shih
  • South Asia's China outlook: reminiscing through the lens of Bangladesh and Nepal / Sharad K. Soni
  • An American perspective on Vietnam's sinology / James A Anderson
  • Understanding the Vietnamese scholars and scholarship of China: the Chinese perspectives / Yu Xiangdong & Cheng Sijia
  • Post-Chineseness, sinology, and Vietnam's approach to China / Chih-yu Shih.