1. Why Does Queer Theory Need China?
  2. Petrus Liu
  3. pp. 291-320
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  1. Imagined Concubinage
  2. Ding Naifei
  3. pp. 321-349
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  1. The Politics of Schadenfreude: Violence and Queer Cultural Critique in Lucifer Hung’s Science Fiction
  2. Amie Parry, Liu Jen-peng
  3. pp. 351-372
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  1. From Glass Clique to Tongzhi Nation: Crystal Boys, Identity Formation, and the Politics of Sexual Shame
  2. Hans Tao-Ming Huang
  3. pp. 373-398
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  1. Obstacles to LGBT Human Rights Development in Taiwan
  2. Chen Yu-Rong, Wang Ping, Petrus Liu
  3. pp. 399-407
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  1. An Interview with Shi Tou
  2. Petrus Liu, Lisa Rofel
  3. pp. 409-416
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  1. The Communist International of Queer Film
  2. Cui Zi’en, Petrus Liu
  3. pp. 417-423
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  1. The Traffic in Money Boys
  2. Lisa Rofel
  3. pp. 425-458
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  1. The Queer Space of China: Expressive Desire in Stanley Kwan’s Lan Yu
  2. David L. Eng
  3. pp. 459-487
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  1. Male Same-Sex Relations in Modern China: Language, Media Representation, and Law, 1900–1949
  2. Wenqing Kang
  3. pp. 489-510
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  1. “I Am AIDS”: Living with HIV/AIDS in China
  2. Xiaopei He, Lisa Rofel
  3. pp. 511-536
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  1. Queer Existence under Global Governance: A Taiwan Exemplar
  2. Josephine Chuen-juei Ho
  3. pp. 537-554
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  1. Guest Editors’ Introduction
  2. Petrus Liu, Lisa Rofel
  3. pp. 281-289
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 555-556
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