Cultural Anxiety and the Subjectivity of Chinese Malaysians: Chineseness, Locality and the Third World

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    Abstract

    This article rethinks the ongoing debates over the "subjectivity" of the Chinese Malaysians society. It points out in what way Chinese Malaysians develop subjectivity anxiety when facing China and the state (Malaysia), the historical reasons that cause the predicament and the possibility of recognizing a Third World identity for Chinese Malaysians.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationRenjian Thought Review (Vol.10: Thinking Third World) 人間思想10:思想第三世界
    Editors Gao Shimin 高士明, He Zhaotian 賀照田
    Place of PublicationTaipei, Taiwan
    PublisherRenjian Publisher 人間出版社 (ren jian chu ban she)
    Pages148-171
    EditionSimplified Chinese Version
    ISBN (Print)978-986-96302-8
    Publication statusPublished - 2019

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