The Chinese Triangle of Mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong: Comparative Institutional Analyses

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INDEX

a
Academic press, 50 - 51
Access, guanxi,156
Acculturation, Chinese immigrants, 229 - 230 , 235
Acer, 38
Administration, Chinese triangle, 16
African Americans, return migration, 255
Age:
Chinese Americans characteristics, 276 - 277 , 281 - 282 ;
discrimination, Hong Kong, 122 - 123 ;
economic restructuring study, 121 ;
personal ties study, 191 ;
return migration study, 256 , 261 - 262 , 264 , 265 , 266 ;
stress study, 85
Aged dependency, Chinese Americans, 277 , 278
Agency for International Development (AID) Mission, Taiwan, 6
Alameda Import Export Center, 249
Alhambra Foreign Trade Commission, 249
Almanac of Higher Education, The,227
Alters, personal networks, 191 - 193 , 196
Alumni associations, xin qiao Chinese, 232 - 233 , 235
American-owned firms, gender inequalities, 145 , 146 - 147
Analect, The,46
Ancestral shrines, rebuilding of, 70
Ancestry, census data, 19 , 270 , 272 , 274 - 275 , 280 , 281
Andors, Phillis, 104
Anhui, property rights, 63
Anti-Rightist Campaign, 70 - 71
Aristotle, 46
Assault, mainland economic reforms, 82
Assimilation:
Chinese immigrants, 229 - 230 , 235 ;
stages of, 229
Associations:
lao qiao Chinese, 231 ;
xin qiao Chinese, 231 , 232 - 233
Asylee:
Chinese immigrants, 227 , 228 , 229 , 230 ;
definition of, 236 n.3
Authority position, worker stress, 85 , 87
Automatic data processing equipment industry, exports, 36 , 37 , 38

b
“Back door, ” guanxi termination, 158
Bandi, HK garment industry, 214 - 215
Bank of Trade, San Francisco, 246
Banking industry:
HK, 9 ;
Los Angeles, 245 - 246 , 249 ;
overseas Chinese, 246 ;

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