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Title Unity and diversity : local cultures and identities in China / edited by Tao Tao Liu and David Faure.
Published Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c1996
Detail vi, 212 p. ; 25 cm
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Added Author Liu, Tao Tao
  Liu, Tao Tao. Introduction :What Does the Chinese Person Identify With?
  Faure, David
  Faure, David. Introduction :What Does the Chinese Person Identify With?
  Thornton, Susanna. Provinces, City Gods and Salt Merchants :Provincial Identity in Ming and Qing Dynasty Hangzhou
  Faure, David. Becoming Cantonese, the Ming Dynasty Transition
  Ching, May-bo. Literary, Ethnic or Territorial? Definitions of Fuangdong Culture in the Late Qing and the Early Republic
  Newby, Laura. Xinjiang :In Search of an Identity
  Tapp, Nicholas. Kings Who Could Fly Without Their Heads :'Local' Culture in China and the Case of Hmong
  Yuezhi, Xiong. Image and Identity of the Shanghainese
  Yeh, Catherine. Creating a Shanghai Identity-Late Qing Courtesan Handbooks and the Formation of the New Citizen
  Ng, Mau-sang. Women, Work and Identity :A Study of two 1930s Novels on the Opera Singer
  Liu, Tao Tao. Local Identity in Chinese Fiction and Fiction of the Native Soil 'Xiangtu Wenxue'
  Feuchtwang, Stephan. Local Religion and Village Identity
  Siu, Helen F. Remade in Hong Kong :Weaving Into the Chinese Cultural Tapestry
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