Table of contents for Hong Kong transnational popular culture / Kwai-Cheung Lo.

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Contents
 Introduction: The Chineseness of Hong Kong's Transnational
 Culture in Today's World
 I. From Voice to Words and Back in Chinese Identification
 1. Much Ado About the Ordinary in Newspaper Column and Book
 Culture
 2. Leftovers of the Film and Television Subtitles in a
 Transnational Culture
 II. Image is Everything: Constructions and Mutations of Cultural
 Identity
 3. Hong Kong Muscles and the Sublime Chinese Subjectivity
 4. Transnationalization of the Local in a Circular Structure
 5. Charlie Chan Reborn as Jackie Chan in Hollywood-Hong Kong
 Representations
 6. Once Upon A Time Racial Passing and Face Swapping in the
 Wild Wild West
 7. Tigers Crouch and Dragons Hide in New Trans-Chinese Cinema
 III. Objects--A Show Boat To China
 8. Giant Panda, Mickey Mouse and Other Transnational Objects of
 Fantasy in Theme Park Hong Kong
 Works Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Popular culture -- China -- Hong Kong.
Hong Kong (China) -- Civilization -- 21st century.
Hong Kong (China) -- Civilization -- Foreign influences.