1. “Just Like Old Friends”: The Significance of Southeast Asia to Modern Chinese Islam
  2. John Chen
  3. pp. 685-742
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  1. The International Coordinating Committee for Angkor: A World Heritage Site as an Arena of Competition, Connivance and State(s) Legitimation
  2. Philippe Peycam
  3. pp. 743-785
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  1. Two Rituals, a Bit of Dualism and Possibly Some Inseparability: “And so that’s how we say that Chams and Khmers are one and the same.”
  2. Emiko Stock
  3. pp. 786-825
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  1. The Supernaturalization of Thai Political Culture: Thailand’s Magical Stamps of Approval at the Nexus of Media, Market and State
  2. Peter A. Jackson
  3. pp. 826-879
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  1. “When ASEAN Comes”: In search of a People-Centred ASEAN Economic Community in Greater Mekong Borderscapes
  2. Indrė Balčaitė
  3. pp. 880-921
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  1. On The Divine Eye and the Diaspora: Vietnamese Syncretism Becomes Transpacific Caodaism by Janet A. Hoskins (review)
  2. Hue-Tam Ho Tai, Justin McDaniel, Janet A. Hoskins
  3. pp. 922-938
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  1. Sidewalk City: Remapping Public Space in Ho Chi Minh City by Annette M. Kim (review)
  2. Danielle Labbé
  3. pp. 939-941
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  1. Frontier Livelihoods: Hmong in the Sino–Vietnamese Borderlands by Sarah Turner, Christine Bonnin, and Jean Michaud (review)
  2. Alexander Horstmann
  3. pp. 942-945
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  1. Human Trafficking in Colonial Vietnam by Micheline Lessard (review)
  2. Isabelle Tracol-Huynh
  3. pp. 945-947
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  1. The Political Development of Modern Thailand by Federico Ferrara (review)
  2. Michael J. Montesano
  3. pp. 948-953
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  1. Unequal Thailand: Aspects of Income, Wealth and Power ed. by Pasuk Phongpaichit and Chris Baker (review)
  2. Amrita Danière
  3. pp. 954-956
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  1. Thailand’s International Meditation Centers: Tourism and the Global Commodification of Religious Practices by Brooke Schedneck (review)
  2. Erick White
  3. pp. 956-959
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  1. “Getting By”: Class and State Formation among Chinese in Malaysia by Donald M. Nonini (review)
  2. Hans-Dieter Evers
  3. pp. 959-962
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  1. Contemporary Malaysian Indians: History, Issues, Challenges and Prospects ed. by Denison Jayasooria and K.S. Nathan (review)
  2. A. Mani
  3. pp. 962-966
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  1. The Institutional Dynamics of the Contemporary Thai Sangha — A New Research Agenda
  2. Erick White
  3. pp. 967-982
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  1. “Preliminary Comments on Mobilizing the Masses, 1953”
  2. Alex-Thai D. Vo
  3. pp. 983-1018
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  1. Editors’ Note
  2. Michael Montesano, Benjamin Loh, Terence Chong
  3. pp. v-viii
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