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Salvaging the Environment
Volume 8, Number 1 (Summer 2005)



FEATURE: THE ENVIRONMENT

Potential Implications of Climate Change for the Coastal Resources of Pacific Island Developing Countries and Potential Legal and Policy Responses
William C.G. Burns
Endnotes, Bibliography, and Exhibits

The Driving Forces behind the Sino-Japanese Energy Competition
Xuanli Liao

A Story to Tell: Endangered Birds in Asia
Viji Draviam

Taiwan's Protection of the Global Environment
Gwo-Dong Roam

The Science Behind the Asian Tsunami
Cinna Lomnitz

After the Tsunami: Some Political Implications for Indonesia and Sri Lanka
Taimur Khilji

In the Wake of Tragedy: Tzu Chi Foundation Brings the Circle of Giving to International Relief Efforts

Tsunami Relief: Harvard Community Donates $500,000 to Relief Efforts


SUBFEATURE: US PRESENCE IN ASIA

Shifting Alliances in Asia
Thaddeus A. Hoffmeister

Burma/Myanmar: Reconciliation without Capitulation
Adam McCarty & Paul Burke


IN FOCUS

China's Banking Market for Foreign Investors after the WTO Accession
Dongwook Lee
Endnotes, Bibliography, and Exhibits

Achieving Long-term Competitive Advantage: The Role and Prospects for the HKSAR Economy
Lorna H. Wallace & Perry Wong
Endnotes, Bibliography, and Exhibits

China's Anti-Secession Law: A de jure Change of the Status Quo
Chih-cheng Lo

More Than a Game: Asian and Asian American Athletes in Major Professional Sports
Yun-Oh Whang

Public Space Furniture Design for Older Persons: A Case Study in Hong Kong
Kin Wai Michael Siu & Jackie Yan Chi Kwok


PERSPECTIVES

A Decade After "The Dying Room": Revisiting China's One-Child Policy
Aidan Madigan-Curtis


ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT

Book Review: China Hands: Nine Decades of Adventure, Espionage and Diplomacy in Asia
Victor Fic