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This front section matter of the book Print, Profit, and Perception contains the table of contents, notes on contributors and acknowledgements. The book examines the dramatic knowledge expansion and dynamic cross-cultural exchanges that occurred in China and Taiwan from 1895 to 1949. Drawing examples from various genres, it presents nine empirically grounded case studies on the growth in the production, dissemination and consumption of texts, which lay behind a dramatic expansion of knowledge. The book addresses the co-existence of globalization and localization processes in the period.

Keywords: China; cross-cultural exchanges; globalization; localization; Taiwan



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