Offspring of Empire: The Koch'Ang Kims and the Colonial Origins of Korean Capitalism, 1876-1945

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Guide To Romanization
The following is a list of Korean, Japanese, and Chinese names and terms that appear in the main text. In romanizing Korean and Japanese, I have been guided, respectively, by the McCune-Reischauer and Hepburn systems, except in the case of familiar names such as Seoul or Tokyo, where I have adopted the standard English spellings without any diacritical markings. The Chinese names listed below, with the exception of Manchukuo, follow the orthography of pre-1945 English- language newspapers and maps.
Akashi
an
aniki
Antung
Anyang (city in Korea)
Anyang (city in China)
Aruga Mitsutoyo
assen kikan
Bandai
betto tsumitatekin
budan seiji
bunka seiji
Ch'abung
chaebŏl/zaibatsu
chagang
ch'ambong
ch'amp'an
Chang Myŏn
Chang Tŏksu
Chang Usŏk
Ch'angp'yŏng
changgi/shōgi
Changsha
Changsŏng
Changte
chibaein
Chientao
Chikchoguk
chingnyu
Chinju
Ch'inmok tanch'e
Chinnamp'o
chinsa
Chiphyŏnjŏn
Cho Kijun
Chōbō

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