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Started by Lily Hope Chumley. Last reply by Vanessa Jul 21, 2009.
I have come across Opening Up when searching for relevant literature for my thesis, but I have yet to read it. I found Vanessa Fong's Only Hope very helpful in getting a better understanding of central issues and concerns in the lives of the 80后, the first singleton generation. I don't know of any other in-depth analyses of their situation.
Camilla, welcome to OAC. Are you familiar with my friend James Farrer's Opening Up about the games young Chinese play in Shanghai dance halls?
Hi, I just discovered OAC and found it a great, but am I too late? Is this group still alive or am I a lone voice in the vacuum of cyberespace? In case you're still here I'll introduce myself. I'm currently doing an intensive language course in Beijing in preparation for a fieldwork for my master thesis. Very briefly summarised, my research interest circles around close interpersonal relationships and how these have been affected by the changes that have occured in Chinese urban society over the last couple of decades.
Call for Reviewers:
Is anyone interested in reviewing the following title?
Tapp, Nicholas (2010). The Impossibility of Self: An Essay on the Hmong Diaspora. LIT -Verlag: Berlin.
This book will be posted to the selected reviewer who will then be asked to submit their review in 4 weeks of receiving the text.
Please send me a message on the OAC page, if you are interested.
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