『海外華人研究』 -- 書目資料  III

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Listing by AUTHOR in alphabetical order:
[B] [C]  [D] [E]  [F] [G]  [H] [I]  [J] [K]  [L]

 

1.      Adicondro, G.Y.
From Chinatown to Nan Yang: an introduction to Chinese entrepreneurship in Indonesia
Prisma: Indonesian Journal of Social and Economic Affairs (Jakarta) no.13 (Jun 1979 67-85)

 

2.      Alexander, Garth
The invisible China; the overseas Chinese and the politics of Southeast Asia
New York, Macmillan 1974 264p First published in 1973 under title: The silent invasion: the Chinese in Southeast Asia.

 

3.      Alip, Eufronio Melo
The Chinese in Manila
Manila, National Historical Commission 1974 71p.

4.      Amara Pongsapich
Chinese settlers and their role in modern Thailand
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 23, no.1 1995 13-28

5.      Amer, Ramses
The ethnic Chinese in Vietnam and Sino-Vietnamese relations
Kuala Lumpur: Forum 1991 154 p.

6.      Amrensmeyer, Elliott C.
The Chinese coolie labor trade and the Philippines
Philippine Studies (Quezon City) 28 (2nd Q 1980 187-198

7.      Amyot, Jacques
The Manila Chinese: familism in the Philippine environment
Quezon City, Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University 1973 170p. (IPC monographs, no.2).

8.      Anderson, E. N., Jr
The changing tastes of the Gods: Chinese temple fairs in Malaysia
Asian Folklore Studies (Nagoya) 36, no.1 1977 19-30

9.      Anderson, Eugene N.
A view from the bottom: the rise and decline of a Malaysian Chinese town
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 147-169

10.   Andreev, Mikhail Andreevich
Overseas Chinese bourgeoisie: a Peking tool in Southeast Asia
Moscow Progress 1975 178p.

11.   Ang, Teresita
Research studies on the Chinese minority in the Philippines: a selected survey
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 25-50

12.   Ang, Teresita See; Go, Bon Juan
Religious syncretism among the Chinese in the Philippines
In: Tan, Chee Beng, ed. The preservation and adaptation of the tradition: studies of Chinese religious expression in Southeast Asia. Columbus, Ohio: Ohio State University, Dept. of Anthropology, 1990. 1v. (Contributions to Southeast Asian ethnography, no. 1990 53-65

13.   Angliongto, Jose
Integration of Philippine Chinese ethnic elements into the national socio-political community
Fort Bonifacio, Rizal: National Defense College of the Philippines 1975 174p.

14.   Aschinsky, Amy R.
The overseas Chinese and the September 30 Movement
Plural Societies (The Hague) 6, no.1 (Spr 1975 17-20

15.   Ban, Seng Hoe
Relative community power and degrees of assimilation: exploration of a theoretical synthesis of the Chinese in colonial Southeast Asia and in North America
In: Mehmet, Ozay, ed. Poverty and social change in Southeast Asia: selections from the proceedings, Canadian Council for Southeast Asian Studies, 1978. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press, 1979. 1979 252-264

16.   Bao, Jiemin
Same bed, different dreams: intersections of ethnicity, gender, and sexuality among middle- and upper-class Chinese immigrants in Bangkok
Positions (Durham, NC) 6, no.2 (Fall 1998 475-502

17.   Barton, Clifton A.
Trust and credit: some observations regarding business strategies of overseas Chinese traders in South Vietnam
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 46-64

18.   Bas, Rene Q.
Baba culture ["Straits-born" Chinese]
Orientations (Hong Kong) 10, no.4 (Apr 1979 47-49

19.   Bass, Jerome R
The Southeast Asian Chinese: accommodation without acceptance
In: Veenhoven, Willem A., ed. Case studies on human rights and fundamental freedoms: a world survey. The Hague: Nijhoff, 1975-76. 5v. 1976 v.3, 329-367

20.   Baviera, Aileen S.P.
Contemporary political attitudes and behavior of the Chinese in Metro Manila
In: Palanca, Ellen Huang, ed. China, Taiwan, and the ethnic Chinese in the Philippine economy. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1995. 150p. 1995 107-140

21.   Boonsanong Punyodyana
The Chinese in Thailand: a synopsis of research approaches
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 57-61)

22.   Boonsanong Punyodyana
The changing status and future role of the Chinese
In: Rajaretnam, M. and Lim So Jean, eds. Trends in Thailand: proceedings and background paper. Singapore, Singapore University Press, 1973. 1973 59-69

23.   Blanc, Cristina Szanton
The thoroughly modern Asian: capital, culture, and nation in Thailand and the Philippines [focuses on Chinese immigrant communities]
In: Ong, Aihwa; Nonini, Donald M., eds. Ungrounded empires: the cultural politics of modern Chinese transnationalism. New York: Routledge, 1997. 343p. 1997 261-286

24.   Blusse, Leonard; Merens, Ank
Nuggets from the gold mines: three tales of the Ta-kang Kongsi of West-Kalimantan [Chinese in 19th century Borneo]
In: Blusse, Leonard; Zurndorfer, Harriet T., eds. Conflict and accommodation in early modern East Asia: essays in honour of Erik Zurcher. Leiden; New York: E.J. Brill, 1993. 321p. (Sinica Leidensia, 29.) 1993 284-321

25.   Buchholt, Hemut; Menkhoff, Thomas
Huaqiao, der heute kommt und morgen bleibt Die soziale Rolle der Nanyang-Chinesen am Beispiel Indonesiens
Asien (Hamburg) nr.51 (Apr 1994 25-38 )

26.   Buskirk, Dale
Strangers in a strange land: the Chinese of Java
Asian Profile (Hong Kong) 7, no.6 (Dec 1979 547-558

27.   Carino, Theresa
The Chinese in the Philippines and Philippine-China relations: some comments
In: Churchill, Bernardita Reyes, ed. Philippine China relations, 1975-1988: an assessment. Manila: De La Lalle UP, 1990. 103p. 1990 90-91

28.   Carino, Theresa C.
China and the overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
Quezon City: New Day Publishers 1985 vii 116p.

29.   Carino, Theresa, ed.
Chinese in the Philippines
edited by Theresa Carino Manila: DLSU University Press 1985 iii, 100p

30.   Carstens, Sharon
Chinese associations in Singapore society: an examination of function and meaning
Singapore, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 1975 30p. (Occasional papers, no.37).

31.   Carstens, Sharon A.
Chinese publications and the transformation of Chinese culture in Singapore and Malaysia
In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 75-95

32.   Carstens, Sharon A.
From myth to history: Yap Ah Loy and the heroic past of Chinese Malaysians
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 19, no.2 (Sep 1988 185-208

33.   Carstens, Sharon A.
Pulai Hakka Chinese Malaysian: a labyrinth of cultural identities
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 79-98

34.   Chan, Kwok Bun; Tong, Chee Kiong
Modelling culture contact and Chinese ethnicity in Thailand
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 23, no.1 1995 1-12

35.   Chan, Paul
The political economy of urban Chinese squatters in metropolitan Kuala Lumpur
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 232-244

36.   Chang, Cecilia
Aliens in their adopted land [overseas Chinese in Korea]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 33-36

37.   Chang, Cecilia
Making it in Japan [overseas Chinese]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 43-45

38.   Current status of Chinese minorities in Southeast Asia
Asian Survey (Berkeley, CA) 13, no.6 (June 1973 587-603

39.   Chang, David W
The future of the Chinese In Southeast Asia: a Chinese point of view
Asian Perspectives (Honolulu), 2, no.4 (Aug 1974 357-370

40.   Chang, Pao-min
The Sino-Vietnamese conflict over ethnic Chinese
In: Dai, Shen-yu, ed. The two Chinese political systems and security in the Western Pacific. Taipei: Asia and World Institute, 1984. 193p. 1984 131-146

41.   Chang, Pat Foh
Chinese marriage
Sarawak Gazette (Kuching) 114, no.1507 1989 15-22

42.   Chang, Pat Foh
Cultural interaction [Chinese in Sarawak]
Sarawak Museum Journal (Kuching) 40, no.61, pt.4 (Dec 1989 171-183

43.   Chang, Pin-tsun
The first Chinese diaspora in Southeast Asia in the fifteenth century
In: Ptak, Roderich; Rothermund, Dietmar, eds. Emporia, commodities, and entrepreneurs in Asian maritime trade, c.1400-1750. Stuttgart: Steiner Verlag, 1991. 509p. (Beitrage zur Sudasienforschung, Bd.141.) 1991 13-28

44.   Chau, Hai
The Chinese in Pho Hien and their relations with other Chinese in other urban areas of Vietnam
Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.4 (new series no.40, no.110)(1993 52-59)

45.   Chen, Hurng-yu
China's political division and Chinese communities in Southeast Asia
Issues and Studies (Taipei) 27, no.4 (Apr 1991 69-92

46.   Chen, Wen-tsung
Fostering business integration [Chinese in Philippines]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 25-31

47.   Chen, Yin
The treacherous plot of the Chinese Communist towards the overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia as seen from their collaboration with Malaysia
Asian Outlook (Taipei) 10, no.1 (Jan 1975 21-26

48.   Cheng, Lim Keak
Social change and the Chinese in Singapore
Singapore: Singapore Univ. Press 1984 235p

49.   Cheng, Siok-hwa
Government legislation for Chinese secret societies in the Straits Settlements in the late 19th century
Asian Studies (Quezon City) 10, no.2 (Aug 1972 262-271

50.   Cheong, Caroline Mar Wai Jong
The Chinese-Cantonese family in Manila: a study in culture and education
ed. by Paz Policarpio Mendez, F. Landa Jocano Manila: Centro Escolar University, Research and Development Center 1983 133p

51.   Cheu, Hock Tong
The development and distribution of dejiao associations: the double-standard view of Chinese religion
Ilmu Masyarakat (Kuala Lumpur) no.15 (Jul-Sep 1989 70-76

52.   Chia, Oai Peng
Traces of Confucianist influence on Malaysian Chinese women and its implications
In: Yun, Hing Ai; Karim, Nik Safiah; Talib, Rokiah, eds. Women in Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: Pelanduk Publications, 1984. 312p. 1984 174-186

53.   Chin, John M
The Sarawak Chinese
Kuala Lumpur; New York: 0xford University Press 1981 200p.

54.   Chin, Yoon Fong
Chinese female immigration to Malaya in the 19th and 20th centuries
In: IAHA Conference (8th: 1980: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia). The Eighth Conference, International Association of Historians of Asia: selected papers; ed. by Mohd. Amin Hassan and Nik Hassan Shuhaimi Nik Abd. Rahman. Bangi, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Orga 1988 546-555

55.   China, across the seas; The Chinese as Filipinos
edited by Aileen S.P. Baviera, Teresita Ang See Quezon City, Philippines: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies 1992 123 p. Also published as vol. 2-3 of the periodical Chinese studies

56.   Yen, Ching-Hwang
Class structure and social mobility in the Chinese community in Singapore and Malaya 1800-1911
Modern Asian Studies (London) 21, no.3 (Jul 1987 417-446

57.   Chong, Swan P.
Beyond the South China Sea: a vivid portrayal of an overseas Chinese community in the Dutch East Indies [review of Qi Zhou Yang Wai, Chinese novel]
In: Means, Gordon P., ed. Development and underdevelopment in Southeast Asia. Ottawa, Ontario: Canadian Society for Asian Studies, 1977. 1977 228-235

58.   Chong, Y. S.
The Chinese migration to the Indonesian archipelago prior to the 18th century
Jernal Sejarah (Kuala Lumpur) 15 1977/1978 77-79

59.   Chui, Kwei-chiang
The response of the Malayan Chinese to political and military developments in China, 1945-1949
Singapore: Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences, College of Graduate Studies, Nanyang University 1977 93p. (Research project, series no.4).

60.   Chun, Allen J.
Pariah capitalism and the overseas Chinese of Southeast Asia: problems in the definition of the problem
Ethnic and Racial Studies (Henley-on-Thames, England) 12, no.2 (Apr 1989 232-255

61.   Chun, Allen John Uck Lun
Toward a political economy of the sojourning experience: the Chinese in 19th century Malaya
Singapore: Dept. of Sociology, National University of Singapore 1989 39p

62.   Clammer, John
Chinese ethnicity and political culture in Singapore
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 266-283

63.   Clammer, John
Religion and assimilation in Straits Chinese Society
Review of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 6 1976 25-35

64.   Clammer, John
Sociological analysis of the overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
In: Chen, Peter S.J. and Hans-Dieter Evers. Studies in ASEAN sociology: urban society and social change. Singapore: Chopmen Enterprises, 1978. 1978 170-183

65.   Clammer, John
The Straits Chinese in Melaka
In: Sandilu, Kernial Singh; Wheatley, Paul, eds. Melaka: the transformation of a Malay capilal c1400-1980. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford UP, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 156-173

66.   Clammer, John R.
Overseas Chinese assimilation and resinification: a Malaysian case study
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 3, no.2 ( 1975 9-23

67.   Clammer, John R.
Straits Chinese society: studies in the sociology of the baba communities of Malaysia and Singapore
Singapore: Singapore University Press 1980 168p.

68.   Clammer, John R.
The ambiguity of identity: ethnicity maintenance and change among the Straits Chinese community of Malaysia and Singapore
Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies 1979 19p. (Occasional paper, 54).

69.   Coppel, Charles
The Chinese in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, 1974. 1975 69-86

70.   Coppel, Charles
The Chinese minority: politics or culture? In
In: Andaya, Leonard Y. People and society in Indonesia: a biographical approach. Clayton, Vic.: Centre of Southeast Asian Studies, Monash University, 1977. 1977 12-30

71.   Coppel, Charles
The position of the Chinese in the Philippines, Malaysia and Indonesia
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 69-88

72.   Coppel, Charles A
Mapping the peranakan Chinese in Indonesia
In: International Congress of Orientalists, 29th, Paris, 1973. Chinois d'outre-mer. Seminaire organisee par Denys Lombard. Paris: L'Asiatheque, 1976. 1976 3-28

73.   Coppel, Charles A
Patterns of Chinese political activity in Indonesia
In: Mackie, J.A.C., ed. The Chinese in Indonesia. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 1976 19-76

74.   Coppel, Charles A
Studying the Chinese minorities: a review. [Southeast Asia's Chinese minorities by Mary F. Somers Heidhues, 1974]
Indonesia (Ithaca, NY) no.24 (Oct 1977 175-183

75.   Coppel, Charles A
Values and the study of the Indonesian Chinese
Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney) 10, no.2 (Jul-Dec 1976 77-84

76.   Coppel, Charles A.
China and the ethnic Chinese in Indonesia
In: Indonesia: Australian perspectives. Canberra: Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, 1980. 1980 v.3, 729-734

77.   Coppel, Charles A.
Indonesian Chinese in crisis
New York; Kuala Lumpur: Oxford UP 1983 236p (Southeast Asia publications series, Asian Studies Association of Australia, 8.)

78.   Costa, Horacio de la
Chinese values in Philippine cullural development
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 50-58

79.   Costa, Horacio de la
The Chinese bearing gifts
Archipelago (Manila) 1, no.3 (Mr 1974 8-11

80.   Coughlin, Richard J
Double identity: the Chinese in modern Thailand
Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press 1976 of 1960 222p.

81.   Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds
Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II
Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP 1988 344p

82.   Cheu, Hock Tong, ed
Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia
Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications 1993 393p

83.   Coppel, Charles A.
From Christian mission to Confucian religion: the Dutch Missionary Union and the Chinese of West Java, 1870-1910
In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 1993 225-250

84.   Chew, Daniel
Chinese: changing the face of North Borneo
In: Hutton, Wendy, ed. East Malaysia and Brunei. Lincolnwood, Ill.: Passport Books, 1993. 202p. 1993 44-45

85.   Carino, Theresa C.
State ideology, policies and ethnic identity: the case of the Chinese in the Philippines
In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, on Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 149-156

86.   Coyiuto, Elena Tanyu
The role of young Chinese entrepreneurs in the Philippine economy: renewing tradition, facing new challenges and opportunities
In: Palanca, Ellen Huang, ed. China, Taiwan, and the ethnic Chinese in the Philippine economy. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1995. 150p. 1995 141-148

87.   Chin, Edmond
Straits Chinese culture: porcelain, embroidery and metalwork
In: Scott, Rosemary; Guy, John, eds. South East Asia & China: art, interaction & commerce: held June 6th-8th, 1994 [conference proceedings. London: University of London, Percival David Foundation of Chinese Art, School of Oriental and African Studies, 1995. 287p. (Colloquies on art & archaeology in Asia, no.17.) 1995 274-287

88.   Carino, Teresa Chong
The ethnic Chinese, the Philippine economy and China
In: Suryadinata, Leo, ed. Southeast Asian Chinese and China: the politico-economic dimension. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1995. 262p. 1995 216-229

89.   Chung, Kah Meng, et al
The association between myopia and gender in Chinese school children
Sains Malaysiana (Kuala Lumpur) 24, no.3 (Sep 1995 67-71

90.   Cartier, Carolyn L.
Preserving Bukit-China: the cultural politics of landscape interpretation in Melaka's Chinese cemetery
In: Sinn, Elizabeth, ed. The last half century of Chinese overseas. Aberdeen, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 1998. 508p. 1998 65-79

91.   De Koninck, Rodolphe
Farmers of a city state; the Chinese smallholders of Singapore
Quebec, Universite Laval 1973 125p. (Canadian Sociology and Anthropology Association. Monograph series: Anthropology: no.1).

92.   Deyo, Frederic C.
Chinese management practices and work commitment in comparative perspective
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 215-230

93.   Dery, Luis C.
The Chinese in Kabikolan: some notes on the role they played in Kabikolan's history
In: Baviera, Aileen S.P.; Ang See, Teresita, eds. China, across the seas: the Chinese as Filipinos. Quezon City: Philippine Association for Chinese Studies, 1992. 123p. 1992 91-104

94.   Demery, David; Chesher, Andrew
Education, earnings, and the self-employment choice: a study of the male Chinese in Peninsular Malaysia
In: Ogawa, Naohiro; Jones, Gavin W.; Williamson, Jeffrey G., eds. Human resources in development along the Asia-Pacific Rim. Singapore; New York: Oxford University Press, 1993. 419p. 1993 283-310

95.   Douglas, Stephen A.
Political dynamics of the diaspora: the Chinese in Southeast Asia
Asian Journal of Political Science (Singapore) 5, no.2 (Dec 1997 37-48)

96.   Eitzen, D. Stanley
Two minorities: Polish Jews and Philippine Chinese
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, 1974. 1975 107-128

97.   Eitzen, D. Stanley
Two minorities: the Jews of Poland and the Chinese of the Philippines
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 107-128

98.   Fitzgerald, Charles Patrick
The southern expansion of the Chinese people
New York, Praeger 1972 230p

99.   Flores, Mary Geralyn N.; Gaite, Ma. Corazon B.
Indo-Chinese refugees in the Philippines: the issue of non-voluntary repatriation
World Bulletin (Quezon City) 7, no. 2 & 3 (Mar-Jun 1991 1-25

100. Fong, Mak Lau
Subcommunal participation and leadership cohesiveness of the Chinese in nineteenth-century Singapore
Modern Asian Studies (London) 17, pt.3 (Jul) 1983 437-453

101. Franke, Wolfgang
Epigraphic materials and grey literature as sources on the Chinese in S.E. Asia
In: Lin, Tien-wai, ed. Collected essays on local history of the Asian-Pacific region: contribution of overseas Chinese. Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1991. 556p. (Centre of Asian Studies occasional papers and monographs, no.96.) 1991 473-492

102. Franke, Wolfgang
Notes on the Chinese community at Ambon--epigraphic evidence and present conditions
In: Franke, Wolfgang. Sino-Malaysiana: selected papers on Ming & Qing history and on the overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia 1942-1988. Singapore: South Seas Society, 1989. 616p. 1989 331-342

103. Franke, Wolfgang
Some remarks on Chinese schools and Chinese education in Thailand and Laos
Malaysian Journal of Education (Kuala Lumpur) 11, no.1/2 ( 1974 47-52 )

104. Freedman, Maurice
Chinese family law in Singapore: the root of custom
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 140-160

105. Freedman, Maurice
Chinese kinship and marriage in early Singapore
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 84-92

106. Freedman, Maurice
Colonial law and Chinese society
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 93-139

107. Freedman, Maurice
Immigrants and associations: Chinese in nineteenth-century Singapore
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 61-83

108. Freedman, Maurice
The Chinese in Southeast Asia: a longer view
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 3-21

109. Freedman, Maurice
The handling of money: a note on the background to the economic sophistication of Overseas Chinese
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 22-26

110. Freedman, Maurice; Topley, Marjorie
Religion and social realignment among the Chinese in Singapore
In: Freedman, Maurice. The study of Chinese society: essays. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 1979. 1979 161-185

111. Formoso, Bernard
Chinese temples and philanthropic associations in Thailand
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 27, no.2 (Sep 1996 245-260

112. Fujiwara, Riichiro
The regulation of the Chinese under the Trinh regime and Pho Hien
Vietnamese Studies (Hanoi) no.40 1993 47-51

113. Garcia, Lillian C.
Ethnic slurs in Chinese-Cebuano relations
Philippine Quarterly of Culture and Society (Cebu City) 4, no.2 (Jun 1976 93-100

114. Go Gien Tjwan
Chinese in Indonesia: past and present
Kabar Seberang. Sulating Maphilindo (North Queensland, Australia) no.13-14 1984 137-156

115. Go, Bernard C
The Chinese in the Philippines: facts and fancies
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 20, no.4 (Oc 1972 385-398

116. Goh Cheng Teik
Peking, Kuala Lumpur and the Chinese minority in Malaysia
South-East Asian Spectrum (Bangkok) 2, no.2 (Jan 1974 36-44,

117. Gosling, L. A. Peter
Changing Chinese identities in Southeast Asia: an introductory review
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.2, 1-14

118. Gosling, L.A. Peter
Chinese crop dealers in Malaysia and Thailand: the myth of the merciless monopsonistic middleman
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 131-170

119. Grueneberg, Susan
The status of ethnic Chinese in Vietnam as a problem in international law
Journal of Asian Culture (Los Angeles, CA) 3 (Spr 1979 16-49

120. Hafner, James A.
Market gardening in Thailand: the origins of an ethnic Chinese monopoly
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 30-45

121. Hamilton, Gary G
Ethnicity and regionalism: some factors influencing Chinese identities in Southeast Asia
Ethnicity (New York) 4, no.4 (Dec 1977 337-351

122. Han, Sin Fong
Inter-group marriages among Chinese speech groups in Sabah, East Malaysia: continuity and change
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 6, nos.1-2 ( 1978 1-16

123. Han, Sin Fong
The Chinese in Sabah, East Malaysia
Taipei, The Chinese Association for Folklore 1975 244p. (Asian folklore and social life monographs, v.67).

124. Han, Sin-Fong
Hailam Chinese in Sabah: a study of occupational patterns and changes
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 6, no.1 (Mar 1975 23-37

125. Han, Sin-fong
A conceptual model for the study of Overseas Chinese in South-east Asia
Asian Perspectives (Honolulu) , 1, no.2 (Oc 1973 377-383

126. Hara, Fujio
Malaysia's New Economic Policy and the Chinese business community
Developing Economies (Tokyo) 29, no.4 (Dec 1991 350-370

127. Hearn, Robert M
Overseas Chinese associations in Bangkok: a directory of major overseas Chinese associations in Bangkok, Thailand as of July 1993
[Washington, D.C.: Robert M. Hearn], 1993 1 v. (various pagings)

128. Heidhues, Mary F. Somers
Southeast Asia's Chinese minorities
Hawthorn, Victoria. Longman 1974 125p. (Studies in Contemporary Southeast Asia).

129. Hicks, G.L.; Redding, S. G.
Culture and corporate performance in the Philippines: the Chinese puzzle
In: Essays in development economics in honor of Harry T. Oshima. Manila: Philippine Institute for Development Studies, 1982. 486p. 1982 199-215

130. Hill, Ann Maxwell
A preliminary perspective on kinship and ethnicity among Chinese in Thailand
Journal of Comparative Family Studies (Calgary, Canada) 16, no.2 (Sum 1985 143-161

131. Hill, Ann Maxwell
The Yunnanese [Thai ethnic Chinese]: overland Chinese in northern Thailand
In: McKinnon, John; Wanat Bhruksasri, eds. Highlanders of Thailand. Kuala Lumpur; New York: Oxford UP, 1983. 358p. 1983 123-134

132. Hill, R. D.; Voo, Min Shin
Occupational and spatial mobility in an overseas Chinese agricultural community: the Hakkas of Kudat, Sabah, Malaysia
Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 5, no.2 (Aug 1990 194-218

133. Hirschman, Charles
Chinese identities in Southeast Asia: alternative perspectives
In: Cushman, Jennifer Wayne; Wang, Gungwu, eds. Changing identities of the Southeast Asian Chinese since World War II. Hong Kong: Hong Kong UP, 1988. 344p. 1988 23-31

134. Hooker, M.B.
The Chinese Confucian and the Chinese Buddhist in British Burma, 1881-1947
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 21, no.2 (Sep 1990 384-401 )

135. Howell, Llewellyn D., Jr
The Chinese in Southeast Asia: China commitments and local assimilation
Asian Studies (Quezon City) 11, no.3 (Dec 1973 37-53

136. Hsiao, Shi-ching
The overstaying Chinese problem in the Philippines
Annals of the Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) (Jun 1975 94-142 )

137. Hsieh, Jiann
The Chinese community in Singapore: the internal structure and its basic constituents
In: Chen, Peter S.J. and Hans-Dieter Evers. Studies in ASEAN sociology: urban society and social change. Singapore: Chopmen Enterprises, 1978. 1978 184-226

138. Hsu, Gideon C.T.
Some aspects of racial and cultural links between the Chinese and the Filipinos
Annals of the Philippine Chinese Historical Association (Manila) (Jun 1975 143-178 )

139. Huang, Kai-Loo
Chinese minority in the Southeast Asia political economy, 1946-1969
Journal of Asian Affairs (Buffalo) 1, no.2 (Fall 1976 49-57

140. Humphrey, John W
Emergency resettlement and the Chinese in Malaya
Journal of Asian Affairs (Buffalo) 1, no.2 (Fall 1976 33-37

141. Hunt, Chester L.; Houston, Charles D.
Changing status of Chinese in the Philippines
Internationales Asienforum (Munich) 10, nos.1-2 (May 1979 53-66

142. Hendilihardja, Ninawati
Death and burial rituals among the Chinese in Karawang, West Java
In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 1993 329-350

143. Hicks, George
How the Chinese beat the system in Southeast Asia
In: See, Teresita Ang; Go, Bon Juan, eds.. The ethnic Chinese: proceedings of the international conference on 'Changing Identities and Relations in Southeast Asia'. Quezon City: Philippine-China Development Resource Center, 1994. 249p. 1994 61-66

144. Heidhues, Mary Somers
Chinese settlements in rural Southeast Asia: unwritten histories
In: Reid, Anthony, ed. Sojourners and settlers: histories of Southeast Asia and the Chinese. St. Leonards, N.S.W., Australia: Allen & Unwin, 1996. 232p. 1996 164-182

145. Harianto, Farid
Business linkages and Chinese entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia
In: Brook, Timothy; Luong, Hy V., eds. Culture and economy: the shaping of capitalism in Eastern Asia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997. 301p. 1997 137-153

146. Heng, Pek Koon
Robert Kuok and the Chinese business network in eastern Asia: a study in Sino-capitalism [in Southeast Asia]
In: Brook, Timothy; Luong, Hy V., eds. Culture and economy: the shaping of capitalism in Eastern Asia. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1997. 301p. 1997 155-181

147. Hiscock, Geoff
Uncertain future: challenges ahead for ethnic Chinese business networks [in Southeast Asia]
Harvard Asia Pacific Review (Cambridge, MA) 2, no.2 (Summer 1998 22-25

148. Ichikawa, Kenjiro
Social and cultural change of Japanese and Chinese in Thailand
In: International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, 9th, Chicago, 1973. Changing identities in modern Southeast Asia. Edited by David J. Banks. The Hague: Mouton, 1976. 1976 147-154

149. Inglis, Christine
Chinese education in Southeast Asia
In: Orr, Kenneth, ed. Appetite for education in contemporary Asia. Canberra: Australian National University, Development Studies Centre, 1977. 1978 108-136

150. Inglis, Christine
Chinese schools in Malaya during the colonial period
Kabar Seberang. Sulating Maphilindo (North Queensland, Australia) no.7 ( 1980 82-93 )

151. Jenkins, David
An anti-Chinese rampage
Far Eastern Economic Review (Hong Kong) 108, no.19 (May 2, 1980 24-25

152. Jensen, Irene Khin Khin Myint
The Chinese in the Philippines during the American regime, 1898-1946
San Francisco, R and E Research Associates 1975 234p.

153. Jiang, Joseph P.L
The Chinese in the Philippine political process
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Unity for Progress, 1974. 1974 89-106

154. Jiang, Joseph P.L.
The Chinese in the Philippines political process
In: McCarthy, Charles J., ed. Philippine-Chinese profile: essays and studies. Manila, Pagkakaisa sa Pag-unlad, 1974. 1975 87-106

155. Jones, Russell
Chinese names: notes on the use of surnames and personal names by the Chinese in Malaysia and Singapore
Petaling Jaya: Pelanduk Publications 1984 84p

156. Kamachi, Noriko
The Chinese in Meiji Japan: their interaction with the Japanese before the Sino-Japanese war
In: Iriye, Akira, ed. The Chinese and the Japanese: essays in political and cultural interactions. Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1980. 1980 58-73

157. Kasian Tejapira
Pigtail: a pre-history of Chineseness in Siam
Sojourn: Social Issues in Southeast Asia (Singapore) 7,no.1 (Feb 1992 95-122)

158. Kemasang, A. R. T.
Overseas Chinese in Java and their liquidation in 1740
Southeast Asian Studies / Tonan Ajia Kenkyu (Kyoto) 19, no.2 (Sep 1981 123-146 )

159. Kershaw, Roger
The Chinese in Kelantan, West Malaysia, as mediators of political integration to the Kelantan Thais
Nanyang Quarterly 3, no.3-4 (De 1973 1-10)

160. Kershaw, Roger
Towards a theory of Peranakan Chinese identity in an outpost of Thai Buddhism
Journal of the Siam Society (Bangkok) 69, pt.1-2 1981 74-106 + plates

161. Kok, Hu Jin
Malaysian Chinese folk religion: with special reference to Weizhen Gong in Kuala Lumpur
In: Cheu, Hock Tong, ed. Chinese beliefs and practices in Southeast Asia: studies on the Chinese religion in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia. Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia: Pelanduk Publications, 1993. 393p. 1993 103-142

162. Kumar, Ann L.
Islam, the Chinese, and Indonesian historiography [review article]
Journal of Asian Studies (Ann Arbor, MI) 46, no.3 (Aug 1987 603-616

163. Kiernan, Ben
Kampuchea's ethnic Chinese under Pol Pot: a case of systematic social discrimination
Journal of Contemporary Asia (Stockholm) 16, no.1 1986 18-29

164. Kirby, John
An accent on harmony [overseas Chinese in Thailand]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 5-9

165. Kirby, John
New gold in the triangle [overseas Chinese in Thailand]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.8 (Aug 1989 68-73

166. Koentjaraningrat
The overseas Chinese in Indonesia and Malaysia
Berita Antropologi (Jakarta) no.9 (Oct 1972 11-31

167. Kok, Loy Fatt
Chinese mining labour in Ampang 1900-1914
Malaysia in History (Kuala Lumpur) 26 1983 51-59

168. Kolb, Albert
Die Chinesen, Japaner und Inder auf den Philippinen
Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz 1974 142p (Schriften des Instituts fur Asienkunde in Hamburg; Bd.38).

169. Kuo, Eddie C.Y.
Language and identity: the case of Chinese in Singapore
In: Tseng, Wen-shing; Wu, David Y.H., eds. Chinese culture and mental health. Orlando, Fla.: Academic Press, 1985. 412p. 1985 181-192

170. Kwee, John B
Chiam si; the Chinese prophecy in Indonesia
Review of Indonesian and Malayan Affairs (Sydney) 11, no.1 (Jan-Jun 1977 111-120

171. Lam, Phu
A Vietnamese-born Chinese
In: Nguyen-Hong-Nhiem, Lucy; Halpern, Joel, eds. The Far East comes near: autobiographical accounts of Southeast Asian students in America. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 1989. 213p. 1989 78-85

172. Landa, Janet T.
The political economy of the ethnically homogeneous Chinese middleman group in Southeast Asia: ethnicity and entrepreneurship in a plural society
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 86-116

173. Lau Teik Soon
A bibliography of the Malaysian-Singapore Chinese
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 81-91

174. Lau, Say Aun
A biographical sketch of a Chinese migrant to Malaya
In: Kratoska, Paul H., ed. Honourable intentions: Talks on the British Empire in South-East Asia delivered at the Royal Colonial Institute. 1874-1928. Singapore; New York: Oxford UP, 1983. 470p. 1983 127-134

175. Lebra, Joyce
Bazaar and service occupations [of women in Southeast Asia of Chinese descent]
In: Lebra, Joyce, and Joy Paulson, eds. Chinese women in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Times Books International, 1980. 1981 66-96

176. Lebra, Joyce
Immigration to Southeast Asia [by Chinese women]
In: Lebra, Joyce, and Joy Paulson, eds. Chinese women in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Times Books International, 1980. 1981 1-31

177. Lee, En-han
The overseas Chinese response to the early Sino-Japanese War (1937-1941) in British Malaya
In: Proceedings of conference on Dr. Sun Yat-sen and modern China, volume 4: China's victory over Japan and the restoration of Taiwan to China. Taipei: China Cultural Service, 1986. 629p. 1986 40-69

178. Lee, Lai To, ed
The 1911 revolution: the Chinese in British and Dutch Southeast Asia
Singapore: Heinemann Asia 1987 140p (Asian studies series.)

179. Lee, Poh Ping
Chinese society in nineteenth century Singapore
Ruala Lumpur; New York: Oxford University Press 1978 139p.

180. Lee, Poh Ping
Traditional Chinese social organizations and Chinese firms in Malacca 1885-1935
Kajian Ekonomi Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur) 14, no.2 (Dec 1977 63-70

181. Lee, Raymond L.M.
Ideology, authority and conflict in a Chinese religious movement in West Malaysia
Contributions to Southeast Asian Ethnography (Singapore) 2 (Aug) 1983 132-145

182. Lent, John A
Malaysian Chinese and their mass media: history and survey
Asian Perspectives (Honolulu) , 2, no.4 (Ag 1974 397-412

183. Leong, Stephen
The Malayan overseas Chinese and the Sino-Japanese War, 1937-1941
Journal of Southeast Asian Studies (Singapore) 10, no.2 (Sep 1979 293-320 )

184. Leu, Chien-ai
Humane and beneficial assimilation [overseas Chinese in Thailand]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 10-17

185. Leu, Chien-ai
Optimism mixed with tensions [overseas Chinese in Malaysia]
Free China Review (Taipei) 39, no.7 (Jul 1989 19-22

186. Li, Hsing-k'o
Hanoi, Peking, and the overseas Chinese
Singapore: Asian Writers Pub. House 1978 110p.

187. Liao, Hollis S.
Outer Mongolia's expulsion of ethnic Chinese and its relations with Communist China
Issues and Studies (Taipei) 19, no.10 (Oct) 1983 67-81

188. Liao, Tsu Jan
The structure of the Indonesian Chinese society
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 9, nos.1-2 1981 130-132

189. Liem, Y.S.
Die Chinesen in Indonesien: ein neuer Kurs?
Indo-Asia (Stuttgart) 15, no.3 ( 1973 246-254 )

190. Lim, Benito
The silent minority [Chinese]
Philippine Sociological Review (Manila) 24, nos.1-4 (Jan-Oct 1976 17-24)

191. Lim, Julian
Social problems of Chinese female immigrants in Malaya 1925-1940
Malaysia in History (Kuala Lumpur) 23 ( 1980 101-109 )

192. Lim, Linda Y.C.
Chinese business, multinationals and the state: manufacturing for export in Malaysia and Singapore
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 245-274

193. Lim, Linda Y.C.
Chinese economic activity in Southeast Asia: an introductory review
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 1-29

194. Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds
'The Chinese in Southeast sia'
Singapore: Maruzen Asia 1983 2v

195. Lim, Mai Hui
The ownership and control of large corporations in Malaysia: the role of Chinese businessmen
In: Lim, Linda Y.C.; Gosling, L.A. Peter, eds. The Chinese in Southeast Asia. Singapore: Maruzen Asia, 1983. 2v. 1983 v.1, 275-315

196. Lim, Vivian Tsui Shan
Specializing in death: the case of the Chinese in Singapore
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 23, no.2 1995 62-88

197. Lind, Andrew William
Nanyang perspective: Chinese students in multi-racial Singapore
Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii 1974 292p. (Asian studies at Hawaii, 13.)

198. Liu, William H.
Ethnic conflicts and the Chineseness factor in ASEAN
Issues and Studies (Taipei) 25, no.2 (Feb 1989 95-124 )

199. Lim, Hin Fui
Poverty, economic survival, education and employment in rural Chinese villages
In: Cho, Kah Sin; Ismail Muhd. Salleh, eds. Caring society: emerging issues and future directions: selected papers from the First National Conference on the Caring Society, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, December 5-6, 1990. Kuala Lumpur: Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) Malaysia, 1992. 587p. 1992 315-340

200. Lee, Kam Hing
The economic and social leadership of the Chinese in Malaya, 1900-1942: some proposed lines of enquiry
In: Luk, Bernard Hung-Kay, ed. Contacts between cultures. Volume 4. Eastern Asia: history and social sciences. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press, 1992. 649p. 1992 144-148

201. Lee Flores, Wilson Y.
Chinese immigrant heritage: miracles of Philippine history
Solidarity (Manila) nos.139-140 (Jul-Dec 1993 156-57 )

202. Lockard, Craig A
An account of the early Foochow Chinese settlement at sibu, Sarawak
Sarawak Gazette (Kuching) 103, no.1435 (Sep 30, 1977 147-149 )

203. Loh, Kok Wah
The socio-economic basis of the ethnic consciousness: the Chinese in the 1970s
In: Husin Ali, S., ed. Kaum, kelas dan pembangunan=Ethnicity, class and development: Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur: Persatuan Sains Sosial Malaysia, 1984. 382p. 1984 93-112

204. Lombard-Salmon, Claudine; Lombard, Denys
Les chinois de Jakarta: temples et vie collective = The Chinese of Jakarta: temples and communal life
Gueret: SECMI 1977 368p.

205. Low, Linda
The overseas Chinese connection: the ASEAN perspective
Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore) 23, no.2 1995 89-117

206. Lu, Nancy T
Manila's Chinese accent
Sunburst (Makati, Philippines) 2, no.1 (Jan 1974 64-71 )

207. Ly, Singko
Hanoi, Peking, and the overseas Chinese
Singapore: Asian Writers Publishing House 1978 110p.

208. Ly, Singko
The problem of overseas Chinese in Southeast Asia
International House of Japan Bulletin (Tokyo) no.33 (Oct 1974 19-32 )

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