China and Southeast Asia
Edited by Geoffrey Wade, James K. Chin
Routledge – 2014 – 256 pages
Spanning the fifteenth to the twentieth centuries and examining maritime trading relations, political interactions, overland Chinese expansion and Chinese commerce in Southeast Asia, this book will appeal to historians of China and Southeast Asia.
1 Introduction, Geoff Wade and James K. Chin Maritime Trading relations 2 Hainan and Its International Trade, Roderich Ptak 3 China in India, John Guy 4 The Ryukyu Network between Southeast Asia and South China, Takeshi Hamashita Political interactions 5 The Portuguese Occupation of Malacca in 1511 and China’s Response, Liao Dake 6 The Chinese Factor in the Shaping of Nguyễn Rule in Southern Vietnam during the 17th & 18th Centuries, Danny Wong Tze-ken 7 King Taksin and China, James K. Chin 8 Towards a Geo-History of Asian Communism, Chris Goscha Overland Chinese Expansions 9 Chinese Imperial Expansion During the Early Ming, Geoff Wade 10 Disintegration from the Periphery, Christian Daniels Chinese Commerce in Southeast Asia 11 The Rise of Chinese Mercantile Power in Maritime Southeast Asia, ca. 1400-1700, Chang Pin-tsun 12 Chinese Traders in the Malay Archipelago, 1680-1795, Radin Fernando 13 Cang hai sang tian: Chinese communities in the 18th century Mekong delta, Li Tana 14 The Shifting China-Burma relationship and Categorizations of Chinese Migrants in Burma, 1740-1940, Michael W. Charney 15 Revenue Farming and the Chinese Economy of Colonial Southeast Asia, Carl Trocki