New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies

Volume 7, No. 2, December 2005

Articles

The Global Guru: Sai Baba and the Miracle of the Modern
RICHARD WEISS (VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON) 5

Islam and State: A Study of the Liberal Islamic Network in Indonesia, 1999-2004
AHMAD ALI NURDIN (STATE INSTITUTE FOR ISLAMIC STUDIES) 20

Exploring Constructions of the ‘Drug Problem’ in Historical and Contemporary Singapore
NOORMAN ABDULLAH (NATIONAL UNIVERSITY OF SINGAPORE) 40

Discordant Beijing Sextet Plays in Harmony: But for how Long?
TIM BEAL (VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON) 71

Britain’s First Traitor of the Pacific War: Employment and Obsession
PETER OBLAS (TOKYO UNIVERSITY OF FOREIGN STUDIES) 109

Qian Qianyi’s (1582-1664) Reflections on Yellow Mountain
STEPHEN MCDOWALL (VICTORIA UNIVERSITY OF WELLINGTON) 134

The Indigenization of Japanese Elements in Hong Kong TV Dramas
BENJAMIN WAI-MING NG (CHINESE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG) 153

Dancing with Lions: (Per)Forming Chinese Cultural Identity at a New Zealand Secondary School
HENRY JOHNSON (UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO) 171

Review Article

Of Caste and Colonialism
Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, Caste, Culture and Hegemony: Social Dominance in Colonial Bengal
Sekhar Bandyopadhyay, From Plassey to Partition: A History of Modern India
TONY BALLANTYNE (UNIVERSITY OF OTAGO)

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