Studies in the social history of China and Southeast Asia; essays in memory of Victor Purcell (26 January 1896-2 January 1965) Edited by Jerome Chʻen and Nicholas Tarling.
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Purcell, Victor, 1896-1965.
Asie du Sud-Est.
Chinese -- Southeast Asia.
Chinois dans l'Asie du Sud-est.
vii, 423 pages 22 cm
Includes bibliographical references.
V.W.W.S. Purcell: a Memoir, by S. Van der Sprenkel.--Anti-imperialism in the Kuomintang 1923-8, by P. Cavendish.--The origin of the Boxers, by J. Chʻen.--The high tide of socialism in the Chinese countryside, by J. Gray.--The Sino-Indian and Sino-Russian borders, by A. Lamb.--Unpublished report from Yenan, 1937, by O. Lattimore.--The use of slogans and "Uninterrupted revolution" in China in the early part of 1964, by J. Macdonald.--The optick artists of Chiangsu, by J. Needham and L. Gwei-djen.--Canton and Manila in the eighteenth century, by W.E. Cheong.--Sino-British mercantile relations in Singapore's entrepôt trade 1870-1915, by C.H. Ding.--The Dutch and the tin trade of Malaya in the seventeenth century, by G.W. Irwin.--Early Chinese migration into North Sumatra, by A. Reid.--Revolution in Education, by K. Robinson.--Sikh immigration into Malaya during the period of British rule, by K.S. Sandhu.--The entrepôt at Labuan and the Chinese, by N. Tarling.--China and South-east Asia 1402-1424, by W. Gungwu.--Bibliography of the writings of Victor Purcell (pages 403-405), by the editors.
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