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1. The Political Economy of India’s Transition to Goods and Services Tax

2. India's Social Policies: Recent Changes for the Better and Their Causes

3. Stability Maintenance and Chinese Media: Beyond Political Communication?

4. rom Poisonous Weeds to Endangered Species: Shenghuo TV, Media Ecology and Stability Maintenance

5. China’s Responsiveness to Internet Opinion: A Double-Edged Sword

6. Winning Hearts and Minds? Cadres as Microbloggers in China

7. Manufacturing Consent in Cyberspace: China’s “Fifty-Cent Army”

8. Regulation with Chinese Characteristics: Deciphering Banking Regulation in China

9. When the Hong Kong Dream Meets the Anti-Mainlandisation Discourse: Mainland Chinese Students in Hong Kon

10. The Temporal Experience of Chinese Students Abroad and the Present Human Condition

11. Overthrowing the First Mountain: Chinese Student-Migrants and the Geography of Power

12. “I will change things in my own small way”: Chinese Overseas Students, “Western” Values, and Institutional Reform

13. Unseeing” Chinese Students in Japan: Understanding Educationally Channelled Migrant Experiences

14. “Creating a Home away from Home”: Chinese Undergraduate Student Enclaves in US Higher Education

15. Engagement and Reflexivity: Approaches to Chinese–Japanese Political Relations by Chinese Students in Japan

16. The Social Construction of Guangzhou as a Translocal Trading Place

17. Healthcare-Seeking Practices of African and Rural-to-Urban Migrants in Guangzhou

18. Landscapes of Aspiration in Guangzhou’s African Music Scene: Beyond the Trading Narrative

19. African Logistics Agents and Middlemen as Cultural Brokers in Guangzhou

20. The Currency of Historicity in Hong Kong: Deconstructing Nostalgia through Soy Milk