The rise of China and the Chinese overseas : a study of Beijing's changing policy in Southeast Asia and beyond

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Full title: The rise of China and the Chinese overseas : a study of Beijing's changing policy in Southeast Asia and beyond / Leo Suryadinata.
Main author: Suryadinata, Leo, (Author)
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504 |a Includes bibliographical references (pages 242-262) and index. 
505 0 |a Preface -- part I. Understanding Beijing's policy -- 1. The rise of China and the Chinese overseas -- 2. The Chinese overseas and the "Overseas Chinese Affairs Office" -- 3. China's foreign policy vis-áa-vis the Chinese overseas -- part II. Responses to external events -- 4. Non-intervention : the 1998 anti-Chinese violence in Indonesia -- 5. Direct protection : examples from South Pacific, the Middle East and Africa -- 6. Effective protection? The 2014 anti-China/Chinese riots in Vietnam -- 7. From non-intervention to intervention? The "nude squat" episode and Chinese ambassador saga in Malaysia -- 8. To help or not to help? The Kokang Chinese problem in Myanmar -- part III. Responses to internal needs -- 9. The use of Chinese transnationalism : the Sichuan earthquake and the Beijing Olympic Games -- 10. Direct control? Beijing and the world Chinese entrepreneurs conference -- 11. "One belt one road" strategy and the Chinese overseas -- 12. Beijing's soft power bid : promotion of the Chinese language and Confucius Institutes -- part IV. New policy and its impact -- 13. Beijing's new policy : a return to Chinese transnationalism? -- 14. The impact of Beijing's changing policy. 
520 |a With the rise of China and massive new migrations, China has adjusted its policy towards the Chinese overseas in Southeast Asia and beyond. This book deals with Beijing's policy which has been a response to the external events involving the Chinese overseas as well as the internal needs of China. It appears that a rising China considers the Chinese overseas as a source of socio-political and economic capital and would extend its protection to them whenever this is not in conflict with its core national interest. The impacts on and the responses of the relevant countries, especially those in Southeast Asia, are also examined. 
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