Malayan Chinese & China Conversion in Identity Consciousness,
New. This study examines the common phenomenon of how immigrants transpose 'home' from being the country of their or their ancestors' origin to that of the place where they now live. Malaysia's a particululary interesting example in that the Chinese community's connection was not only fostered by frequent comings and goings between Malaya and China, but by the Chinese Government itself through their representatives in the country. This phenomenon also contributed to Chinese victimisation by and resistance to the Japanese and, of course, their involvement in the post World War II insuregency against the British Colonial Government. Hara's research was conducted in the late 1980s. 166 pages. Chapters include -
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Published by National University of Singapore Press, Singapore, 2002. 2003 edition.
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