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Lin Jiayou (Sun Yat-sen University)
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Wang Hongyou (Shenzhen University)
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Wang Qingcheng (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences)
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Wang Tsu-de (Jiangxi Normal University)
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Inequality Among Brothers: Class and Kinship in South China. Cambridge: Cambridge University.
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“Fang xin guohui bangongshi zhuren Change Weijia tan Xu Shikai ‘Taiwan xin xianfa caoan’ di zuqun tiaokuan” (An interview with new national assembly office director Chang Weijia about Xu Shikai’s “draft new Taiwan constitution” articles on minorities). Kejia zazhi (Hakka magazine) 14: 48–49.
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“Kejiahua zai Taiwan di yanbian” (The evolution of the Hakka language on Taiwan). Presented at the Xinzhu Diqu Fazhanshi Taolunhui (Xinzhu District Historical Development Workshop), Academia Sinica, Taipei, 6 June.
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“Kejiaren yu Minnanren zhi yuanliu tantao—Cong lishixue, yixue, yuyuanxue di guandian” (A study on the origins of the Hakka and Hokkien from the perspectives of history, medicine, and linguistics). Kejia zazhi (Hakka magazine) 11: 8–13.
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Ye Mingsheng (Cultural Bureau, Shouning County, Fujian)
“Shanghang gaodiao mu’ou xi yu Kejia zongjiao xinyang guanxi tan wei” (An inquiry into the relation between the Shanghang lofty-tune puppet show and Hakka religious beliefs). Presented at the International Conference on Hakkaology. Chinese University of Hong Kong, September.
Ye Zhong Ling
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Yen Ching-hwang (History, University of Adelaide)
“Ch’ing’s Sale of Honours and the Chinese Leadership in Singapore and Malaya (1877–1912).” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 1 (2): 20–32.
“The Confucian Revival Movement in Singapore and Malaya, 1899–1911.” Journal of Southeast Asian Studies 12 (1): 33–57.
The Overseas Chinese and the 1911 Revolution. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press.
“The Overseas Chinese and Late Ch’ing Economic Modernization.” Modern Asian Studies 16: 217–32.
“Overseas Chinese Nationalism in Singapore and Malaya: 1877–1912.” Modern Asian Studies 16: 397–425.
A Social History of the Chinese in Singapore and Malaya: 1800–1911. Singapore: Oxford University Press.
“Class Structure and Social Mobility in the Chinese Community in Singapore and Malaya, 1800–1911.” Modern Asian Studies 21: 417–45
“Early Hakka Dialect Organizations in Singapore and Malaya, 1801–1900.” Presented at the International Conference on Hakkaology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, September.
“Weishenme ba Kejiahua dangzuo shaoshu minzu yuyan?” (Why should Hakka be considered a minority language?). Zhongguo yuwen (Chinese language). 74 (August): endpaper.
“Kejia Shan ge neirong de fenbie” (An analysis of the contents of Hakka mountain songs). In Senmeilan Makou Kechu Gonghui kaimu tekan (Sembilan Makou Hakka Association inaugural volume). Negri Sembilanri Sembilan, Malaysia.
“The Myth of the Other: China in the Eyes of the West.” Critical Inquiry 15: 108–31.
Zhang Youzhou (Chinese Department, Longyan Normal School, Longyan, Fujian)
“Kejia minai de xingcheng ji Kejia renjie ding shi lun” (The formation and categorization of the Hakka). Presented at the International Conference on Hakkaology. Chinese University of Hong Kong, September.
Zheng Fulin, ed.
Zhongguogeming he jianshe lishi shiqi renwu cidian (A dictionary of historical figures from China’s revolutionary and construction eras). Changchun: Jilin Renmin Chubanshe.
“Min-Gan liang sheng shisi xian qunzhong wenhua jiaoliuhui juxing” (Fourteen counties in Fujian and Jiangxi set up cultural exchange associations). Zhongguo wenhua bay (Chinese cultural news), 3 September.
“Kejiaren zai nali” (Where are the Hakka?). Kejia zazhi (Hakka magazine) 9: 20–21.
“Kejiahua yu Kejia jingshen” (Hakka language and Hakka spirit). Kejia zazhi (Hakka magazine) 12: 14–15.
“Yi kaikuo di xin yingjie weilai” (Receive the future with an open heart). Taiwan Kejia Xiehui xun (Taiwan Hakka Association newsletter) 1: 1.
Zhuang Yingzhang and Chen Yundong
“Qingdai Toufen di zongzu yu shehui fazhan shi” (The history of lineage and social development in Qing dynasty Toufen). Gouli Taiwan Shifan Daxue lishixue bao (National Taiwan Normal University journal of history) 6: 143–76.