|List of Maps, Figures, and Tables||ix|
|Part One Feeding the City of Gourmets|
|1. South of the Mountains: The Political Economy of the Pearl River Delta||21|
|2. The Organization of Rice Supplies in Canton: The Formation of the Cantonese Provisioning Networks for Consumer Satisfaction||38|
|3. Strengthening the Canton–Hong Kong Ties: Rice Relief and the Development of the Transnational Rice Business||63|
|4. Politicizing the Enterprise: The Nationalist Revolution and the Cantonese Rice Business||86|
|Part Two Saving the Nation from Famine|
|5. Taste in Numbers: Science and the Chinese Food Problem||113|
|6. Taxes and Strikes: The Foreign-Rice Tax and Its Social Repercussions||136|
|7. Inventing “National Rice”: The National Goods Movement and the Issue of Rice Quality||154|
|8. Granary of the Empire, Laboratory of the Nation: The Canton-Hankow Railway and the Hunan Rice Sales Project in Canton||175|
|9. Provincial Politics and National Rice: The Canton Famine of 1936–1937 and the South China Rice Trading Corporation||196|
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Publication information: Book title: Gourmets in the Land of Famine: The Culture and Politics of Rice in Modern Canton. Contributors: Seung-Joon Lee - Author. Publisher: Stanford University Press. Place of publication: Stanford, CA. Publication year: 2011. Page number: vii.
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