1. Editor's Introduction
  2. Tani Barlow
  3. pp. 561-567
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  1. Chinese Uhuru: Maoism and the Congo Crisis
  2. Alexander C. Cook
  3. pp. 569-595
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  1. What Is Japanese Cinema?: Imamura Taihei's Wartime Theory of Japanese Film, Tradition, and Art
  2. Rea Amit
  3. pp. 597-621
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  1. Java in Discord: Unofficial History, Vernacular Fiction, and the Discourse of Imperial Identity in Late Ming China (1574–1620)
  2. Yuanfei Wang
  3. pp. 623-652
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  1. The Place-ness of the DMZ: The Rise of DMZ Tourism and the Real DMZ Project
  2. Dong-Yeon Koh
  3. pp. 653-685
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  1. Virus as Hermeneutic: From Gu Cheng to Xie Ye
  2. Nick Admussen
  3. pp. 687-711
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  1. Flight from the Womb: Mothers and Daughters in Indian Chick Lit
  2. Charmaine Carvalho
  3. pp. 713-737
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  1. Minor Events and Grand Dreams: Ethnic Outsiders in China's Postcolonial World Order
  2. David Tobin
  3. pp. 739-771
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  1. A Middle-Class Misidentification: Self-Identification in the Autobiographical Poetry of Chinese Female Peasant Workers
  2. Yun Li, Rong Rong
  3. pp. 773-798
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  1. "Love Your Films and Love Your Life:": An Interview with Fan Popo
  2. Fan Popo, Bao Hongwei, Bao Hongwei
  3. pp. 799-809
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  1. "I Want to Make Queer Films, But Not LGBT Films:": An Interview with He Xiaopei
  2. He Xiaopei, Séagh Kehoe, Bao Hongwei
  3. pp. 811-823
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  1. Huang Wenshan and His Cosmopolitan Culturology
  2. Huang Wenshan, I-Yi Hsieh
  3. pp. 825-844
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 845-847
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