1. The Pandemic that Wasn’t: Brief Notes on the Special Issue of The China Review
  2. Yan Xiaojun
  3. pp. 1-3
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  1. Chinese Public Diplomacy and European Public Opinion during COVID-19
  2. Björn Jerdén, Tim Rühlig, John Seaman, Richard Q. Turcsányi
  3. pp. 5-33
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  1. Divided National Identity and COVID-19: How China Has Become a Symbol of Major Political Cleavage in the Czech Republic
  2. Martin Šebeňa, Richard Q. Turcsányi
  3. pp. 35-63
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  1. World Trade, E-Commerce, and COVID-19: Role of and Implications for China’s Electronic World Trade Platform (eWTP)
  2. Lauren A. Johnston
  3. pp. 65-86
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  1. Government Trust in a Time of Crisis: Survey Evidence at the Beginning of the Pandemic in China
  2. Zhenhua Su, Shan Su, Qian Zhou
  3. pp. 87-115
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  1. Authoritarian Critical Citizens and Declining Political Trust in China
  2. Pei Zhong, Jing Vivian Zhan
  3. pp. 117-151
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  1. How Policies Are Adapted: The Roles of Local Think Tanks in China’s New Era
  2. Wen-Hsuan Tsai, Ruihua Lin
  3. pp. 153-176
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  1. The End of Washington’s Strategic Ambiguity? The Debate over U.S. Policy toward Taiwan
  2. Charles Chong-Han Wu
  3. pp. 177-202
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  1. “Growing Out of the Plan”: Market-Oriented Reforms in China’s Graduate Placement System of Higher Education, 1978–1994
  2. Qinghua Wang
  3. pp. 203-231
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  1. Chinese Migrant Workers and Employer Domination: Comparisons with Hong Kong and Vietnam by Kaxton Siu (review)
  2. Minh T. N. Nguyen
  3. pp. 233-236
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  1. Improvised City: Architecture and Governance in Shanghai, 1843–1937 by Cole Roskam (review)
  2. Jane Zheng
  3. pp. 237-240
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  1. Confucianism and Sacred Space: The Confucius Temple from Imperial China to Today by Chin-shing Huang (review)
  2. Daniel A. Bell
  3. pp. 241-245
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  1. The Church as Safe Haven: Christian Governance in China ed. by Lars Peter Laamann and Joseph Tse-Hei Lee (review)
  2. Jeff Kyong-McClain
  3. pp. 246-248
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