Hong Kong Mobile
Making a Global Population
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- Tables and Figures
- + Part I - Lessons in Openness: Hong Kong as a Space of Flow
- + Part II - Taking Stock of a Migrant Population: Who Is a Hong Konger?
Part III - Building Dynamic Cultural Capital in Institutions
- 8 - Rethinking Colonial Institutions, Standards, Life Styles and Experiences
- 9 - Professional Bodies and Professional Regulation in Hong Kong
- 10 - Education Reforms and Social Mobility: Rethinking the History of Hong Kong Education
- 11 - Is Hong Kong Entrepreneurship Declining?
- 12 - The "Global City" as a Cultural Project: The Case of the West Kowloon Cultural District
- 13 - A Sense of Place in Hong Kong: The Case of Tai O
- Conclusion: Whither Hong Kong and the Hong Konger?
Underground Front is a pioneering examination of the role that the Chinese Communist Party has played in Hong Kong since the creation of the Party in 1921, through to the present day. This book brings events right up to date and includes the results of a survey about the Hong Kong public's attitude towards the CCP. The numerous appendices on the key targets of the party's united front activities also make it an especially useful read for all who are interested in Hong Kong history and politics, and readers who are interested in the history of modern China.