Taiwan's Imagined Geography

Book Taiwan's Imagined Geography

Taiwan's Imagined Geography Book Details:

  • Publisher : Harvard Univ Asia Center
  • ISBN-13 : 9780674021198
  • Page : 370 pages
  • Rating : 4.5/5 from 198 voters

Taiwan's Imagined Geography Book Summary/Review:

The incorporation of Taiwan into the Qing empire in the 17th century and its evolution into a province by the late 19th century involved not only a reconsideration of imperial geography but also a reconceptualization of the Chinese domain. Here, Teng takes the view of Taiwan-China relations as a product of the history of Qing expansionism.

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