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Chineseness and the Cold War
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Introduction: Putting 'Chineseness' Back into Cold War Cultures Jeremy E. Taylor Section 1: Chineseness and "New China" in Cold War Southeast Asia 1. The Southern Film Corporation, Opera Films, and the PRC's Cultural Diplomacy in Cold War Asia, 1950s-1960s Lanjun Xu 2. The Malayan Emergency and the Desinicization of the Malayan Chinese Choo Chin Low 3. Chineseness and the Cold War in Thailand: From "Red Scare" to Strategic Ally Wasana Wongsurawat Section 2: Anti-communist Chineseness in Cold War Asia 4. State-Building and Chinese Transnationalism during the Cold War: Chinese Sport in the Republic of Vietnam, 1955-1975 Mei Feng Mok 5. Soft-boiled, Anti-Communist Romance: The Story Paper and Liu Yichang's Singapore Story Kenny K. K. Ng 6. Voice of America Chinese-dialect broadcasting and the Chinese Cultural Cold War, 1949-1953 Jeremy E. Taylor Section 3: Border-crossing "Chinesesness" in Asia 7. North Across the Southern Seas: Cold War Chinese Careers of Indonesian Songs Josh Stenberg 8. Visiting the "Overseas Chinese": Vatican engagement with the Chinese Diaspora in Cold War Southeast Asia Jeremy E. Taylor 9. Alternative Chineseness: War Experience and National Longing in Pan Lei's Red River Trilogy (1952) and Deng Kebao's Alien Lands (1961) Pei-yin Lin

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Jeremy E. Taylor is an associate professor in modern Asian history at the University of Nottingham, UK.Lanjun Xu is an associate professor in Chinese studies at the National University of Singapore.

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