Traction : mobility, religion and patriarchy in Shanghai
Since the 1980s sizeable communities of 'overseas Chinese' (ethnic Chinese with citizenship rights in countries other than China) have formed in China's major cities. This influx is typically taken as evidence of an enduring relationship between the overseas Chinese and China. However, this perception obscures the ways the overseas Chinese are re-imagining their relationship with China and its people. It also belies the fact that very little is known about how the overseas Chinese structure...[Show more]
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