This volume of collected essays shows how and why racial theories have been popular in China and Japan since the late nineteenth century and continue to affect the human rights of minority peoples in those countries to this day.
London: Hurst, Honolulu: Hawaii University Press, 1997
2 Racial Discourse in China: Permutations and Continuities
3 Imagining Boundaries of Blood: Zhang Binglin and the Invention of the Han 'Race' in Modern China
4 Youtai: The Myth of the 'Jew' in Modern China
5 Myths of Descent, Racial Nationalism and Ethnic Minorities in the People's Republic of China
6 Discourses of Race and Nation in pre-1945 Japan
7 'Same Language - Same Race': The Dilemma of Kanbun in the Modern Japan
8 The Ainu and the Discourse of 'Race'
9 Rethinking Race for Manchukuo: Self and Other in a Colonial Context
10 Anti-Semitism in Japan: Its History and Current Implications
11 The Discourse on Blood and Racial Identity on Contemporary in Japan