Local autonomy : Chinese community in Songkhla during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
This thesis aims to re-examines the major hypothesis about the local Chinese communities in Songkhla, southern Thailand. As a problematic previous study failed to recognise the influential roles ofthe Chinese migrant's roles in Songkhla, therefore, this study contributes a new perspective about the overseas Chinese and their autonomy of power during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The Wu family was a group who had pulled out the dramatic transformation of the ethnic Muslim control...[Show more]
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