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This section of the book Life in a Kam Village in Southwest China, 1930-1949 contains a list of reference books and materials. Life in a Kam Village nevertheless resonates with significance in relation to the experiences of all the minority nationalities in Southwest China in the two decades before Liberation (1949). The Republican government practised a policy of assimilation, which generated tension in the lives of minority people throughout Guizhou and neighbouring provinces. Even without such external pressure, the lives of the people of Xiangye were difficult and many experiences of Kam villagers related in the book will have found their echo in the lives of other minority people in Southwest China, in the 1930s and 1940s.

Keywords: Kam Village; Xiangye



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