Twentieth-Century China

Twentieth-Century China is published by Johns Hopkins University Press and hosted online at Project MUSE.

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Twentieth-Century China

Vol. 49, No. 2, May 2024

Table of Contents

Margherita Zanasi

Leaves, Silkworms, Yue Fei: Ways of Imagining the Territory in 1930s China
Yu-chi Chang

Made for Hong Kong: Transborder Staffing, Flexible Strategizing, and the Making of Communist Propaganda Outlets in Hong Kong (1945–1956)
Mian Chen

Family First: The Work Replacement System and Livelihood Politics in Urban China, 1962–1980
Yanjie Huang

The Relief Campaign for the 1954 Yangzi River Flood and Rural Collectivization in Early Communist China
Yue Liang

Book Reviews (online at

From Social Visibility to Political Invisibility: The School in Nationalist Taiwan as a Fulcrum for an Evolving World Ethos by Allen Chun (review)
Fang Yu Hu

Enchanted Revolution: Ghosts, Shamans, and Gender Politics in Chinese Communist Propaganda, 1942–1953 by Xiaofei Kang (review)
Linh D. Vu

Imperial Gateway: Colonial Taiwan and Japan’s Expansion in South China and Southeast Asia, 1895–1945 by Seiji Shirane (review)
Dominic Meng-Hsuan Yang

Civil War in Guangxi: The Cultural Revolution on China’s Southern Periphery by Andrew G. Walder (review)
James J. Hudson