Dr Cangbai Wang

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Cangbai Wang studied Bachelor and Master degrees in History at Peking University, and obtained his Ph.D. from University of Hong Kong (2003) with a dissertation on ‘Re-establishing networks: Capital, Power and Identity in the Making of an Indonesian Chinese Community in Hong Kong’. He worked in the Research Department, Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs of the State Council of the PRC (1990 to 1995). Prior to joining University of Westminster as Senior Lecturer in 2008, he worked as a Post-doctoral Fellow/Honorary Assistant Professor at University of Hong Kong and a Visiting Lecturer at City University of Hong Kong.

Dr. Cangbai Wang has taught a wide-ranging number of courses in China studies, Chinese language and migration studies. The modules he taught as module leader include ‘Introduction to Chinese Media and Culture’, ‘China’s Century of Revolutions: 1895-1980’, ‘Between Art and Politics: Chinese Literature from May Fourth to June Fourth’, ‘China and the World: From Mao Zedong to the Present’. ‘Chinese Language Development’ and ‘Chinese for Work’. The ‘China and the World’ module has been selected as a university-level short course commissioned by the UK Ministry of Defence (since 2014). Over the years, he has supervised numerous undergraduate BA dissertations on a wide range of topics in relation to China’s social, cultural and political transformations and international relations. He is currently leading the following modules:   

6CHIN001W Themes in Contemporary Chinese Studies

6LANS006W People and Things on the Move: Identity, Place and Memory In and Across Diasporic Spaces

USCP RRS China and the World: from Mao Zedong to the Present

Research supervision

Dr. Cangbai Wang has supervised PhD thesis on contemporary Chinese studies and MA thesis on Intercultural Communication. He welcomes enquires about postgraduate supervision in the fields of transnational migration and Chinese diaspora, museum and cultural heritage, social and cultural transformations of China/Asia in a transnational perspective.   

He is currently supervising:

Denise Kwan, PhD thesis, ‘The talking of objects: migratory experiences, subjectivity and representation of Chinese women in the UK’, started in January 2016.

External examination

External examiner of PhD dissertations for Durham University (2011) and University of Leeds (2018); external examiner of Mst dissertation, Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge (2017); and external examiner of MA and PhD dissertations for Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, since 2013.

External examiner of BA and MA Chinese Studies courses for School of Asian Studies, University College Cork, Ireland, 2015-2018.

Dr. Cangbai Wang has a longstanding interest in the study of transnational migration and Chinese diaspora. His earlier research focused on return migration to China, the Indonesian-Chinese communities in Hong Kong and the postcolonial border-crossing of professional migrants to global Hong Kong. He is the author of Life is Elsewhere: Stories of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong (2006) and peer-reviewed articles in journals such as Journal of International Migration and Integration, Asian Population Studies, Asia Pacific Viewpoint, Sociological Studies and The Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies.

Building upon his research on migration and inspired by the burgeoning critical heritage studies, he has extended his research to migration-related museum and cultural heritage studies. His works on diasporic heritage have been published in journals such as International Journal of Heritage Studies and China Information. His most recent book manuscript, titled Exhibiting Diaspora: Re-imagining China through the Overseas Chinese Museums, offers an innovative examination of the huaqiao (Overseas Chinese) museum fever in the PRC. It explores for the first time how the new museum knowledge and practices about the Chinese Diaspora has opened up wild and sometimes conflicting imaginings, among both domestic and international audiences, about the Chinese nation in a global context. It seeks to conceptualise Chinese nation and nationalism in new terms from the lens of diasporic heritage-making, and make a timely intervention in the theorisation of migration and diaspora by promoting cross-fertilisation of ideas across the fields of migration, museum and cultural heritage studies.

In 2014, Cangbai Wang founded HOMELandS (Hub of Migration, Exiles, Languages and Spaces), a cross-faculty research centre that is aimed at promoting theoretically-informed, interdisciplinary-oriented and language-based study of migration and diaspora. Based at the department of modern languages and cultures, it has brought together colleagues who are interested in the study of migration and culture in the university and beyond through organising workshops, seminars and conferences. A special issue on migration and materiality edited by Cangbai Wang with the contributions from HOMELandS members was published in Modern Languages Open (2016).

Funded research projects

Partner Researcher, ‘Research on the Public Policies on Migration, Multiculturalisation and Welfare for the Regeneration of Communities in European, Asian and Japanese Societies’, Core-to-Core Program hosted by Kobe University and funded by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, 2016-2020.

‘Theories and Practices of Chinese Diasporic Cultural Heritage: New Perspectives and New Methods’, funded by All-China Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese, PRC, RMB¥60,000, 2013-2015. (Principal Investigator)

‘Diasporic Chinese Heritage and Museums in the PRC’, funded by Universities' China Committee in London (UCCL), £1,500, 2013. (Principal Investigator)

‘Cultural Heritage in China; Changing Trajectories, Changing Tasks’, funded by Co-ordination of Research between Europe and China (Co-reach), 2009-2011. (Co-investigator)

‘Locating Hong Kong in the Global Network of Professional Migrants’, funded by Hong Kong Research Grant Council, HK$ 771,844, 2007-2009. (Coordinator)

‘Strategic Research Theme on Social and Public Policy’, funded by Seed Fund for Strategic Research Themes, University of Hong Kong, HK$ 999,774, 2005-2007. (Co-convener)  

‘Chinese Diaspora in the Making of China’s Hong Kong’, funded by Small Project Funding, University of Hong Kong, HK$ 53,882, 2004-2006. (Principal Investigator)

‘A Comparative Study of Hong Kong and Selected Cities in Mainland China in Attracting Professionals and Talents’, Central Policy Unit of Hong Kong SAR Government, HK$ 439,059, 2004-2005. (Coordinator)

‘Life Stories of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong’, funded by Hang Seng Bank Golden Jubilee Education Fund for Research, HK$ 30,000, 2003-2004. (Principal Investigator)

Invited talks and conference papers

‘Gendering return migration to the PRC’, ‘the 5th Biannual International Symposium on Transnational Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies, Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China, 7-11 December, 2018.

‘Re-imagining China through the Overseas Chinese museums’, Social and Cultural Anthropology Colloquium, Department of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 24 October 2017. 

‘Cultural heritage and the re-making of a qiaoxiang in South China’, The Modernisation of Social Governance: New Treads and New Responses, China Institute, SOAS, London, 18-19 September, 2017.

‘Ambivalent heritage: the im/possibility of using diasporic heritage in South China’, the 4th Biannual International Symposium on Transnational Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies, Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China, 10-12 December, 2016.

‘How do emigrants adapt themselves to the local culture?’, panel discussion at the Kick-Off Symposium for Research on Public Policies on Migration, Multiculturalisation and Welfare for the Regeneration of Communities in European, Asian and Japanese Societies, Kobe University, Japan, 22-23 October, 2016.

‘The material turn in migration studies’, Mobility in Contemporary China: Imaginaries, technologies and power workshop, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany, 29-30 September, 2016.

<物质文化:华人研究的新视角>, 华侨博物馆与华侨华人研究国际学术研讨会 (International Conference on the Overseas Chinese Museums and the Study of Chinese Overseas), Overseas Chinese History Museum of China and Peking University, Beijing, China, 28-29, November 2015.

‘Heritage theatre: diasporic heritage, city-branding and place-making in South China’, Cultural Heritage in China: Contested Understandings, Images and Practices. Lund University, Sweden 17-18 June, 2015.

‘Guiqiao as political subjects in the making of the People's Republic of China 1949-1979’, Faculty of Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, University of Cambridge, 6 November 2013.

‘Return migration and cultural heritage in China’, The China Institute of Overseas Chinese History Studies, Beijing, China, 26 July 2013.

External Engagement

Book review editor, Social Transformations in Chinese Societies, 2007-2009.

(Honorary) board member, China Association of Overseas Chinese History Studies, since 2016.

Article manuscript reviewer for International Journal of Heritage Studies, Journal of Contemporary Asia, Asian Studies Review, Modern China, Population, Space and Place, International Journal of Migration and Integration, Social and Cultural Geography, Geopolitics, Gender, Place and Culture, Journal of Chinese Overseas and《华侨华人历史研究》

2018

Exhibiting Diaspora: Reimagining China through the Overseas Chinese Museums (2018)
Wang, C. 2018. Exhibiting Diaspora: Reimagining China through the Overseas Chinese Museums. Brill.

2009

Population policies and development in China and India : comparative perspectives (2009)
Wong, S.L. and Wang, C. (ed.) 2009. Population policies and development in China and India : comparative perspectives. Hong Kong Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong.

2006

活在别处:香港印尼华人口述历史 (Life is elsewhere: stories of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong) (2006)
Wang, C. 2006. 活在别处:香港印尼华人口述历史 (Life is elsewhere: stories of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong). Hong Kong Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong.

2017

Re-imagining China through the Overseas Chinese museums (2017)
Wang, C. 2017. Re-imagining China through the Overseas Chinese museums. Social and Cultural Anthropology Colloquium. Department of Social Anthropology and Cultural Studies, University of Zurich, Switzerland 24 to end of 24 Oct 2017
Cultural heritage and the re-making of a qiaoxiang in South China (2017)
Wang, C. 2017. Cultural heritage and the re-making of a qiaoxiang in South China. The Modernization of Social Governance: New Treads and New Responses. China Institute, SOAS, London 18 to end of 19 Sep 2017

2016

Ambivalent heritage: the im/possibility of using diasporic heritage in South China (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. Ambivalent heritage: the im/possibility of using diasporic heritage in South China. 2016 International Symposium on Transnational Migration and Qiaoxiang Studies. Wuyi University, Jiangmen, China 10 to end of 12 Dec 2016
Invited discussant for session 6: How do emigrants adapt themselves to local culture? (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. Invited discussant for session 6: How do emigrants adapt themselves to local culture? Kick-Off Symposium for Research on Public Policies on Migration, Multiculturalization and Welfare for the Regeneration of Communities in European, Asian and Japanese Societies. Kobe University, Japan 22 to end of 23 Oct 2016
The 'material turn' in migration studies (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. The 'material turn' in migration studies. Mobility in Contemporary China: Imaginaries, technologies and power. Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology, Halle, Germany 29 to end of 30 Sep 2016
Repatriation of cultural relics as site for identity negotiation (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. Repatriation of cultural relics as site for identity negotiation. The 9th International Conference of International Society for the Study of Chinese Overseas (ISSCO). University of British Columbia, Vancourver, Canada 06 to end of 08 Jul 2016

2015

Heritage theatre: diasporic heritage, city-branding and place-making in South China (2015)
Wang, C. 2015. Heritage theatre: diasporic heritage, city-branding and place-making in South China . Cultural Heritage in China: Contested Understandings, Images and Practices. Lund University, Sweden 17 to end of 18 Jun 2015
“物质文化:华人研究的新视角”(Material culture: a new perspective to the study of Chinese diaspora) (2015)
Wang, C. 2015. “物质文化:华人研究的新视角”(Material culture: a new perspective to the study of Chinese diaspora). 华侨博物馆与华侨华人研究学术研讨会 (Conference on Overseas Chinese Musuems and the Study of Chinese Overseas) . Overseas Chinese History Museum of China and Peking University, Beijing, China 28 to end of 29 Nov 2015

2014

The stamp of identities: negotiating diasporic Chinese subjectivity in philatelic space (2014)
Wang, C. 2014. The stamp of identities: negotiating diasporic Chinese subjectivity in philatelic space. The ‘Material Turn’ in Migration Studies: Memory, Emotion and Identity in and across Three Diasporic Worlds. University of Westminster, London, UK 12 to end of 12 Jun 2014
The Turtle Garden: negotiating and representing diasporic imagination of Chinese identities and nation in the space of museum (2014)
Wang, C. 2014. The Turtle Garden: negotiating and representing diasporic imagination of Chinese identities and nation in the space of museum. The Second Biannual Conference of Association of Critical Heritage Studies. National University of Australia, Canberra, Australia 02 to end of 04 Dec 2014

2013

Return migration and cultural heritage in China (2013)
Wang, C. 2013. Return migration and cultural heritage in China. Public Lecture on the Study of Chinese Overseas. China Institute of Overseas Chinese History Studies, Beijing, China 26 to end of 26 Jul 2013

2011

Museumfying Chinese diaspora: same heritage, different meanings? (2011)
Wang, C. 2011. Museumfying Chinese diaspora: same heritage, different meanings? Co-Reach (Co-ordination of Research between Europe and China) Conference on Chinese Cultural Heritage. German Archaeological Institute, Berlin 24 Apr 2011 to end of 24 May 2011
How does a house remember? family, village and memory of an Indonesian-Chinese community in Guangdong (2011)
Wang, C. 2011. How does a house remember? family, village and memory of an Indonesian-Chinese community in Guangdong. Co-Reach (Co-ordination of Research between Europe and China) Conference on Chinese Cultural Heritage. Beijing 26 to end of 27 Sep 2011

2010

Mobile heritage, transnational nationalism: the construction of a national Overseas Chinese museum in Beijing (2010)
Wang, C. 2010. Mobile heritage, transnational nationalism: the construction of a national Overseas Chinese museum in Beijing. Co-Reach (Co-ordination of Research between Europe and China) Conference on Chinese Cultural Heritage. University College London, London 06 to end of 07 May 2010

2009

Transformed border, repositioned place and contested identity: mainlander professionals in Hong Kong (2009)
Wang, C. 2009. Transformed border, repositioned place and contested identity: mainlander professionals in Hong Kong. AHRC Diasporas, Migration and Identities Programme/CRONEM Conference, Diasporas, Migration and Identities: Crossing Boundaries, New Directions. University of Surrey, Surrey, England 11 to end of 12 Jun 2009
Remapping the landscape of skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong (2009)
Wang, C. 2009. Remapping the landscape of skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong. New Zealand Chinese Association and International Society of the Study of Chinese Overseas Conference. University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand 18 to end of 19 Jul 2009

2008

Border, place and identity: mainlander professional migrants in Hong Kong (2008)
Wang, C. 2008. Border, place and identity: mainlander professional migrants in Hong Kong. Cityscapes of Diaspora: Chinatowns & Beyond. Middlesex University, London 15 to end of 15 Nov 2008
Re-defining return in Asian migration: the case of China (2008)
Wang, C. 2008. Re-defining return in Asian migration: the case of China. International Conference on Return Migration in Asia: Experiences, Ideologies and Politics. National University of Singapore, Singapore 31 Jul 2008 to end of 01 Aug 2008
Chinese mainland professionals in Hong Kong: profile, prospect and problems (2008)
Wang, C. 2008. Chinese mainland professionals in Hong Kong: profile, prospect and problems. 2008 Annual Conference of China’s Sociological Association, Jilin Provincial Academy of Social Sciences. Changchun, China 19 to end of 21 Jul 2008

2017

Heritage as theatre: re-conceptualizing heritage-making in urban China (2017)
Wang, C. 2017. Heritage as theatre: re-conceptualizing heritage-making in urban China. China Information. 31 (2), pp. 195-215.

2016

Book review: Ethnicity in China: a critical introduction (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. Book review: Ethnicity in China: a critical introduction. National Identities .
The stamp of identities: negotiating diasporic Chinese subjectivity in philatelic spaces (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. The stamp of identities: negotiating diasporic Chinese subjectivity in philatelic spaces. Modern Languages Open.
Introduction: The ‘material turn’ in migration studies (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. Introduction: The ‘material turn’ in migration studies. Modern Languages Open.
The Turtle Garden: Tan Kah Kee’s last spiritual world (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. The Turtle Garden: Tan Kah Kee’s last spiritual world. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 22 (7), pp. 530-542.

2015

Book review: New perspectives on the Irish abroad: the silent people? (2015)
Wang, C. 2015. Book review: New perspectives on the Irish abroad: the silent people? Irish Migration Studies in Latin America. 8 (4), pp. 98-100.

2014

How does a house remember? heritage-ising return migration in an Indonesian-Chinese house museum in Guangdong, PRC (2014)
Wang, C. 2014. How does a house remember? heritage-ising return migration in an Indonesian-Chinese house museum in Guangdong, PRC. International Journal of Heritage Studies. 20 (4), pp. 454-474.
Postcolonial border crossing: British skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong (2014)
Wang, C., Wong, S.L. and Zheng, V. 2014. Postcolonial border crossing: British skilled expatriates in post-1997 Hong Kong. Asian Population Studies. 10 (1), pp. 75-95.

2013

Place of desire: skilled migration from mainland China to post-colonial Hong Kong (2013)
Wang, C. 2013. Place of desire: skilled migration from mainland China to post-colonial Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Viewpoint. 54 (3), pp. 388-397.

2012

Bridging borders in the global city: negotiating sameness and difference in Hong Kong’s skilled immigrants from mainland China (2012)
Wang, C. 2012. Bridging borders in the global city: negotiating sameness and difference in Hong Kong’s skilled immigrants from mainland China. Journal of International Migration and Integration. 13 (4), pp. 565-581.

2010

中国四个城市吸引海外回流人才比较研究:一个政策的视角 (Returned highly skilled migrants in four Chinese cities: a policy perspective) (2010)
Wang, C. 2010. 中国四个城市吸引海外回流人才比较研究:一个政策的视角 (Returned highly skilled migrants in four Chinese cities: a policy perspective). 华人研究国际学报 (The Journal of Diasporic Chinese Studies). 2 (2), pp. 55-74.

2009

Guiqiao: returnees as a policy subject in China (2009)
Wang, C. 2009. Guiqiao: returnees as a policy subject in China. Newsletter of International Institute of Asian Studies (IIAS). 50, p. 7.
Book review: Chinese transnational networks (2009)
Wang, C. 2009. Book review: Chinese transnational networks. Social Transformations in Chinese Societies. 4.

2008

Book review: Chinese business in the making of a Malay state, 1882-1941: Kedah and Penang (2008)
Wang, C. 2008. Book review: Chinese business in the making of a Malay state, 1882-1941: Kedah and Penang. Social Transformations in Chinese Societies. 3.

2007

“让我们一起去香港” (Let’s go to Hong Kong together) (2007)
Wang, C. 2007. “让我们一起去香港” (Let’s go to Hong Kong together). 读书 (Dushu). 11, pp. 76-83.
“跨境人口流动及其政策含义: 基于香港的分析” (Trans-border mobility and its policy implications: the case of Hong Kong) (2007)
Wang, C. 2007. “跨境人口流动及其政策含义: 基于香港的分析” (Trans-border mobility and its policy implications: the case of Hong Kong). 南方人口研究 (South China Population). 4, pp. 25-31.
“归的含义” (The meaning of return) (2007)
Wang, C. 2007. “归的含义” (The meaning of return). 读书 (Dushu). 1, pp. 107-114.

2006

Book review: Anti-Japanese or pro-Japanese: Overseas Chinese, the Chinese nationalist government and the Wang regime (2006)
Wang, C. 2006. Book review: Anti-Japanese or pro-Japanese: Overseas Chinese, the Chinese nationalist government and the Wang regime. Journal of Chinese Overseas . 2 (2), pp. 311-313.
Haigui: a new area in China’s policy towards Chinese diaspora? (2006)
Wang, C., Wong, S.L. and Sun, W. 2006. Haigui: a new area in China’s policy towards Chinese diaspora? Journal of Chinese Overseas. 2 (2), pp. 294-309.
“回家的路:关于全球化时代移民与家园关系的思考” (Way back home: reflection on the relationship between migrants and home in globalization era) (2006)
Wang, C. and Wong, S.L. 2006. “回家的路:关于全球化时代移民与家园关系的思考” (Way back home: reflection on the relationship between migrants and home in globalization era). 广西民族大学学报 (Journal of Guangxi University for Nationalities). 28 (4), pp. 30-44.
”回家的路:全球化时代移民与家园关系的思考“ (Way back home: reflection on the relationship between migrants and home in globalization era) (2006)
Wang, C. and Wong, S.L. 2006. ”回家的路:全球化时代移民与家园关系的思考“ (Way back home: reflection on the relationship between migrants and home in globalization era). 中国社会科学文摘 (Chinese Social Science Digest). 42, pp. 55-56.
Locating Hong Kong in the global network of professional migrants (2006)
Wang, C. 2006. Locating Hong Kong in the global network of professional migrants. Journal of Comparative Asian Development. 5 (2), pp. 329-344.
“华人网络的再认识:一个空间的视角” (Re-examining global networks of Chinese diaspora: a spatial perspective) (2006)
Wang, C. 2006. “华人网络的再认识:一个空间的视角” (Re-examining global networks of Chinese diaspora: a spatial perspective). 华侨华人历史研究 (Overseas Chinese History Studies). 2, pp. 22-30.

2004

“也谈华人“ (On Chinese diaspora) (2004)
Wang, C. 2004. “也谈华人“ (On Chinese diaspora). 读书 (Dushu). 10, pp. 121-129.
”黄绍伦教授与华人研究:一个社会学的观点“ (Wong Siu-lun and Chinese migration studies: a sociological perspective) (2004)
Wang, C. 2004. ”黄绍伦教授与华人研究:一个社会学的观点“ (Wong Siu-lun and Chinese migration studies: a sociological perspective). 华侨华人历史研究 (Overseas Chinese History Studies). 4, pp. 61-69.
"重塑香港的族群地图: 华人移民认同与族群建构的再认识" (Re-mapping Hong Kong’s sub-ethnicity landscape: a reconsideration of identity and ethnicity of Chinese diaspora) (2004)
Wang, C. 2004. "重塑香港的族群地图: 华人移民认同与族群建构的再认识" (Re-mapping Hong Kong’s sub-ethnicity landscape: a reconsideration of identity and ethnicity of Chinese diaspora). 社会学研究 (Sociological Studies). 6, pp. 90-100.

1999

“香港的归侨团体研究—以巨港(香港) 校友会为例” (A study of guiqiao communities in Hong Kong: the case of Palembang Chinese school alumni association) (1999)
Wang, C. 1999. “香港的归侨团体研究—以巨港(香港) 校友会为例” (A study of guiqiao communities in Hong Kong: the case of Palembang Chinese school alumni association). 华侨华人历史研究 (Overseas Chinese History Studies). (3), pp. 55-66.

1998

"东亚现代化视野中的华人经济网络:以泰国为例的研究" (Overseas Chinese economic networks in the perspective of East Asian modernization: the case of Thailand) (1998)
Wang, C. 1998. "东亚现代化视野中的华人经济网络:以泰国为例的研究" (Overseas Chinese economic networks in the perspective of East Asian modernization: the case of Thailand). 华侨华人历史研究 (Overseas Chinese History Studies). (3), pp. 8-27.

2016

物质文化:华侨华人研究的新视角 (Material culture: a new perspective to the study of Chinese diaspora) (2016)
Wang, C. 2016. 物质文化:华侨华人研究的新视角 (Material culture: a new perspective to the study of Chinese diaspora). in: 华侨博物馆与华侨华人研究 (Overseas Chinese museums and the research of Chinese diaspora) 北京 (Beijing) 中国华侨出版社 (Chinese Overseas Publishing House). pp. 241-247

2014

Professional mainlanders in Hong Kong: profile, prospect and problem (2014)
Zheng, V., Wong, S.L. and Wang, C. 2014. Professional mainlanders in Hong Kong: profile, prospect and problem. in: Hsin-Huang, M.H. (ed.) Chinese middle classes: China, Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong London Routledge. pp. 180-195

2013

Guiqiao as political subjects in the making of the People's Republic of China 1949-1979 (2013)
Wang, C. 2013. Guiqiao as political subjects in the making of the People's Republic of China 1949-1979. in: Xiang, B., Yeoh, B. and Toyota, M. (ed.) Return: nationalizing transnational mobility in Asia Durham Duke University Press. pp. 63-82

2009

Introduction: rising challenges and new frontiers of the population policies in China and India (2009)
Wong, S.L. and Wang, C. 2009. Introduction: rising challenges and new frontiers of the population policies in China and India. in: Wong, S.L. and Wang, C. (ed.) Population policies and development in China and India : comparative perspectives Hong Kong Centre of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong. pp. 1-9

2007

Home as a circular process: a study of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong (2007)
Wang, C. and Wong, S.L. 2007. Home as a circular process: a study of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong. in: Thunø, M. (ed.) Beyond Chinatown: new Chinese migrants and China's global expansion Denmark Nordic Institute of Asian Study Press. pp. 183-209

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