Chinese Activism of a Different Kind

Chinese Activism of a Different Kind

In Chinese Activism of a Different Kind, Jia Gao examines the social behavior and pattern of actions of 45,000 or so Chinese students in their effort to stay permanently in Australia after the June 4 incident of 1989.

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