Table of contents for China and Malaysia in a globalizing world : bilateral relations, regional imperatives, and domestic challenges / editors, EĢmile Kok-Kheng Yeoh, Hou Kok Chung.

Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog
Note: Electronic data is machine generated. May be incomplete or contain other coding.

List of Tables                                                vii
List of Figures                                               ix
Editors and Contributors                                      xi
Foreword   Hou Kok Chung                                     xiii
Director, Institute of China Studies, University of Malaya
1  China and Malaysia: Bilateral Relations,                   3
Global Linkages and Domestic Nexus
Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh
2   Southeast Asian Research in China: A Historical Review    12
Zhuang Guotu
Politics and Foreign Policy
3  China's Changing Political Economy with Malaysia:          29
A Regional Perspective
Samuel CY. Ku
4   Sino-Malaysian Diplomacy in the Post-Cold War Period:     45
A Regional Analysis
Li Yiping
5   The Globalization Impact on Malaysia-China Political Relations  57
K.S. Balakrishnan
6   Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore's Relations with China:  71
A Comparison
Ho Khai Leong
7  China's Nationality Laws, Dual Nationality Status and the  81
Chinese in Southeast Asia
Leo Suryadinata
Economic Relations
8   China-ASEAN Relations: Towards Global Stability,          95
Peace and Sustainable Growth
Chia Oai Peng
9   An Analysis of Recent Sino-Malaysian Trade Relations     127
Li Yi
10 The Impacts of China's WTO Entry on Southeast Asian       137
Economic Growth and Development: A Case Study on the
Philippine Economy
Shen Hongfang
11 India's Economic Relations with ASEAN:                    153
Implications for China
Zhao Hong
Domestic Challenges
12 A Study on Indonesian Migrant Workers in Malaysia         177
Lin Mei
13 Ningxia Khufiyyah Akhung Culture Training Plan:           201
An Action Anthropology Perspective
Sun Zhenyu
14 Demographic Diversity and Economic Reform in a            208
Globalizing World: Regional Development and the
State in China
Emile Kok-Kheng Yeoh

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: