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Covid-19 Care Circuits: The Chinese Transnational State, Its Diaspora, and Beyond

Maggi W. H. Leung is Professor of international development studies in the Governance and Inclusive Development Group of the Department of Geography, Planning, and International…

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“New Migrant” Organisations and the Chinese Diaspora State(s) in the Twenty-first Century: The Case of Japan

Els van Dongen is Associate Professor of history at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. School of Humanities, Nanyang Technological University, 48 Nanyang Avenue, Singapore 639818 ([email protected])….

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Qiaoxiang 2.0: The People’s Republic of China and Diaspora Governance at the Local Level

Martina Bofulin is a permanent research associate at the Slovenian Migration Institute, Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Novi trg 2,…

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Engendering Transnational Space: China as a High-capacity Diaspora State and Chinese Diasporic Populations

Mette Thunø is Associate Professor in China studies, Department of Global Studies, China Section, Jens Chr. Skousvej 5, DK-8000, Aarhus University, Denmark ([email protected]). This special…

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Understanding Smart Energy Transitions as a New Source of Distrust: The Perspectives of Hong Kong Citizens on the Risks of Regional Intercity Energy Collaboration in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA)

Darren Man-wai Cheung, Daphne Ngar-yin Mah, Alice Siu, Benjamin C. McLellan, Shinya Wakao Victor Wai Yin Lam, and Glenn Hin-fan Lee Darren Man-wai Cheung is…

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Éditorial – Trust and the Smart City

Hong Kong, consistently ranked as one of the world’s leading smart cities, is undergoing a period of disruptive change.[1] While still shaped fundamentally by the…

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Trust and the Smart City: The Hong Kong Paradox

Introduction The article endeavours to interpret the linked phenomena of trust and the smart city, focusing on the public support for the smart city in…

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Jiaohua , an Educational Practice in the “Confucian” Company

Introduction Confucianism, the philosophical and moral values of which were considered by the iconoclasts of the early twentieth century to run counter to modernisation, consequently…

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Confucian Education and Utopianism: The Classics-reading Movement and its Potential for Social Change

Introduction: Reading the classics and the perspective of utopia in social movements The study of Confucian classics used to be at the heart of the…

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Editorial – Reinventing Confucian Education in Contemporary China: New Ethnographic Explorations

 Since the start of the twenty-first century, China has experienced a growing revival of references to the Confucian tradition in various realms such as…

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