Made in Hong Kong
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Acknowledgments
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Introduction. Made in Hong Kong: Transpacific Networks and a New History of Globalization
1. Capitalist Transplants: Elite Refugees and the First Reorientations of Hong Kong
2. Christian Transplants: Nonelite Refugees and American Educational Outreach
3. Cold War Partners: Hong Kong's "Refugee Colleges" and American Aid
4. The Turning Point: Li Choh-ming and Kuashang Strategies at Chinese University
5. Decolonization by Investment: American Social and Financial Capital in Hong Kong
6. The Kuashang Effect: American Social Capital and Hong Kong's 1970s Takeoff
7. Leading the Way: Kuashang Brokers in China, 1971-1982
8. The Gatekeepers: Kuashang Strategies and a New Global Order, 1982-1992
Conclusion
Abbreviations in Notes
Notes
Bibliography
Index

About the Author

Peter E. Hamilton is an assistant professor in modern Chinese history at Trinity College Dublin.

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This is a magnificent book on how Hong Kong helped create concepts of the global. It is a very important contribution to our understanding of how postwar capitalism intensified and expanded. -- Odd Arne Westad, author of The Cold War: A World History
Hamilton highlights the dynamic, multilayered commercial, financial, family, and cultural networks between Hong Kong and the U.S., and unravels the deep-rooted ties established by students, industrialists, bankers, and academics over decades and generations. A sensitive, scholarly, and articulate study of migration, global capitalism, and U.S.-China and U.S.-Hong Kong relations. So timely. -- Elizabeth Sinn, author of Pacific Crossing: California Gold, Chinese Migration, and the Making of Hong Kong
An ambitious, provocative, and pathbreaking interpretation of the contributions of Hong Kong business elites to Sino-U.S. relations in the twentieth century. This work represents a major contribution to both international and economic history by raising questions and illuminating the nature of transnational networks and business institutions. -- Priscilla Roberts, coeditor of Hong Kong in the Cold War

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