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Sources 1950 To The Present

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Access to Chinese primary sources can be difficult, especially in the People's Republic of China with regard to the post-1949 period. In this connection, the political centre of the PRC has striven to create a particular presentation of the past. Thus, "unified thinking" and "memory management" are believed to be a major precondition to national stability and unity. The process of liberalisation and commercialisation notwithstanding, Western scholars may still encounter difficulties in tracking down relevant material.

Keywords: Hongkong; Macao; Taiwan



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