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An Issue on Identities and Art
Journal of the British Association for Chinese Studies
This issue falls into two thematic sections, one on the politics of Chinese identities, the other on art and collections. The first part deals with possibly the most pertinent topic in Chinese studies at present, and that is the question of Chinese identity, how it relates to China in the narrow sense of the PRC on the one hand and to alternative identity categories on the other. The question is of particular pertinence in the context of the surge of racism against Chinese and other East anddoi:10.51661/bjocs.v11i0.161 fatcat:rzruqe533ngrvgzp3nhmx7syj4