China Law Post: Taiwan In Comparative Perspective Volume 5 (2014): Special Issue on Taiwan and Hong Hong in Comparative Perspective

Taiwan in Comparative Perspective

Volume 5 (2014): Special Issue on Taiwan and Hong Hong in Comparative Perspective

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Editors: Professor Carol Jones (Department of Law, University of Wolverhampton) and Dr Fang-Long Shih (LSE Taiwan Research Programme

Full Text of Volume 5

Introduction to Taiwan and Hong Kong in Comparative Perspective: Centres–Peripheries, Colonialism, and the Politics of RepresentationFang-Long Shih and Carol Jones

Lost in China: Mainlandisation and Resistance in post-1997 Hong Kong Carol Jones

Taiwan’s Colonial Experiences and the Development of Ethnic Identities: Some Hypotheses
Bruce Jacobs

Nuclear Energy Friend or Foe: The View from Taiwan and Hong Kong

Simona Grano

A Reluctant Identity: The Development of Holo Identity in Contemporary Taiwan
Fu-Chang Wang

Challenging Honghongisation: The Role of Taiwan’s Social Movements and Perceptions of Post-Handover Hong Kong
Malte Philipp Kaeding

Commentary
The Myth of Greater China? Hong Kong as a Prototype of Taiwan for Unification
Jeanette Ka-yee Yuen

Book Reviews

Review Essay: What the Differences between Taiwan and Hong Kong Studies Reveal about the Differences between Hong Kong and Taiwan
Allen Chun

Review Essay: Stéphan Corcuff ‘The Liminality of Taiwan: A Case-Study in Geopolitics’; and Memories of the Future: National Identity Issues and the Search for a New Taiwan
Ziyuan Wang

Tai Yiu Ting, Zhanling Zhonghuan: Heping Kangzheng Xinzhanshi [Occupy Central with Love and Peace]
Heidi Ning Kang Wang