- Title Pages
- A Note on Language
IntroductionRevolutionary Diplomacy and Diasporic Politics
Chapter 1The Chinese Nationalist Party and the Overseas Chinese
Chapter 2The Chinese Communist Party and the Overseas Chinese
Chapter 3The Diplomatic Battle between the Two Chinas
Chapter 4The Communal Battle between the Red and the Blue
Chapter 5Pribumi Perceptions of the “Chinese Problem”
Chapter 6The 1959–1960 Anti-Chinese Crisis
Chapter 7The Ambivalent Alliance between Beijing and Jakarta
Chapter 8China and the September Thirtieth Movement
Chapter 9Beijing, Taipei, and the Emerging Suharto Regime
Chapter 10The Overseas Chinese “Returning” to the People’s Republic
Conclusion“The Motherland Is a Distant Dream”
- Migration in the Time of Revolution
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