490 China Review International: Vol. 7, No. 2, Fall 2000 Xiaobing Li, Xiaobo Hu, and Yang Zhong, editors. Interpreting U.S. ChinaTaiwan Relations: China in the PostCold War Era. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America, 1998. xiv, 367 pp. Hardcover $48.00, ISBN 0761811214. American scholars of mainland Chinese origin--a fast-growing group with "cross-cultural background and expertise in a wide range of fields" (p. 3)--have made what is perhaps their first collective debut in the study of U.S.China relations with this collection of papers selected from two conferences held in 1996. With their mainland background, the contributors have brought to this volume fresh, unique, and perhaps challenging perspectives to the study of U.S.China relations vis-à-vis Taiwan. They have been well-trained in the United States in advanced methods and techniques in science, technology, the humanities, and the social sciences. They have also benefited greatly from firsthand experience with American views and institutions, and they have had access to American sources. Their findings therefore cannot simply be discarded along with those of their mainland Chinese counterparts who have not had the same experience. Work by the latter has long been dismissed as uneven and their approaches and techniques the subject of ridicule.
China Review International – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Sep 1, 2000
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