The Chinese and Their Future: Beijing, Taipei, and Hong Kong
Policy analysts and scholars in China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and the United States discuss the major issues arising in the aftermath of the explosive events in China in 1989. Contributors include Arthur Hummel, the former U.S. ambassador to the People's Republic of China, and Ding Mou-Shih, the representative of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs to the United States.
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