China Perspectives No. 55

China Perspectives No. 55

China - Religion

Buddhism and the State: A New Relationship Increasing numbers of believers bring great changes to the monastic economy in China Page 2

Ji Zhe

China - Economy

The Fragmentation of the Chinese Domestic MarketPeking struggles to put an end to regional protectionism Page 11

Sandra Poncet

China - Politics

China Moving Towards “Enlightened” But Plutocratic Authoritarianism? Page 21

Jean-Pierre Cabestan

Localisation in the 2004 Presidential Election Campaign in TaiwanAn iconographic approach Page 49

Benson Wai Kwok Wong

Review Essay

Lucien Bianco, Peasants Without the Party. Grass-roots Movements in Twentieth-Century China Page 57

Thomas P. Bernstein

Book Reviews

Herbert Yee et Ian Storey (éds.), The China Threat: Perceptions, Myths and Reality Page 58

Jean-Pierre Cabestan

Dieter Heinzig, The Soviet Union and Communist China 1945-1950
The Arduous Road to the Alliance Page 60

Elizabeth Wishnick

Claire Shen Hsiu-chen, L’Encre et l’écran. A la recherche de la stylistique cinématographique chinoise, Hou Hsiao-hsien et Zhang Yimou Page 61

Bérénice Reynaud

Zhang Yinde, Le Monde romanesque chinois au XXe siècle
Modernités et identités Page 63

Sebastian Veg

Ray Yep, Manager Empowerment in China. Political Implications of Rural Industrialization in the Reform Area Page 65

Jorgen Delman

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