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"The People in Between": The Li and Lao from the Han to the Sui

Churchman, Michael


The lands that lie north of the Tongking Gulf, between the Pearl and Red Rivers, have been long divided up for historical analysis into areas that correspond to the modern national boundaries of China or Vietnam. As this region is now a borderland, intersected by a national boundary, its story has been overlooked as marginal in comparison with the great traditions of nation-centered history; so too the writing of its history, even for periods when no boundary is evident. To divide this area...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2011
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: The Tongking Gulf Through History
DOI: .9783/9780812205022.67


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