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The Journal of Asian Studies, Volume 75 – Issue 3 – August 2016

Table of contents

The Qiaopi Trade and Its Role in Modern China and the Chinese Diaspora: Toward an Alternative Explanation of “Transnational Capitalism” by Hong Liu, Gregor Benton

Boundaries of Belonging: Sino-Indian Relations and the 1960 Tibetan Muslim Incident  by David G. Atwill

“I Am India Shining”: The Investor-Citizen and the Indelible Icon of Good Times  by Ravinder Kaur

Taking Part: The Social Experience of Informal Finance in Ordos, Inner Mongolia  by Max D. Woodworth, Michael Ulfstjerne

Creating a Textual Public Space: Slogans and Texts from Hong Kong’s Umbrella Movement by Sebastian Veg

Shame, Survival, Satisfaction: Legal Representations of Sex between Men in Early Twentieth-Century Beijing by Y. Yvon Wang

Controlling the Kanjisphere: The Rise of the Sino-Japanese Typewriter and the Birth of CJK  by Thomas S. Mullaney

Cold War Sewing Machines: Production and Consumption in 1950s China and Japan  by Antonia Finnane

Article Commentary

Commentary on Thomas S. Mullaney, “Controlling the Kanjisphere,” and Antonia Finnane, “Cold War Sewing Machines”  by Andrew Gordon

Commentary on Thomas S. Mullaney, “Controlling the Kanjisphere,” and Antonia Finnane, “Cold War Sewing Machines” by David Arnold

Book Reviews—Asia Comparative/Transnational

Asians Wear Clothes on the Internet: Race, Gender, and the Work of Personal Style Blogging. By Minh-Ha T. Pham . Durham, N.C.: Duke University Press, 2015. x, 260 pp. ISBN: 9780822360155 (cloth; also available in paper and as e-book).  by Sara Liao

The China-Pakistan Axis: Asia’s New Geopolitics. By Andrew Small . New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. xvi, 319 pp. ISBN: 9780190210755 (cloth; also available as e-book).  by C. Christine Fair

The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins. By Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing . Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 2015. xii, 311 pp. ISBN: 9780691162751 (cloth; also available as e-book). by Jason Cons

Book Reviews—China

Select Food and Environment in Early and Medieval China. By Eugene N. Anderson . Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014. xi, 338 pp. ISBN: 9780812246384 (cloth; also available as e-book).

Food and Environment in Early and Medieval China. By Eugene N. Anderson . Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014. xi, 338 pp. ISBN: 9780812246384 (cloth; also available as e-book).  by Michal Biran

Early Daoist Dietary Practices: Examining Ways to Health and Longevity. By Shawn Arthur . Lanham, Md.: Lexington Books, 2013. ix, 276 pp. ISBN: 9780739178928 (cloth; also available in paper and as e-book).  by Michael Stanley-Baker

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