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Current Issue: Winter 2000
Millennial Visions

This Issue's Contributors

From the Editors


VISIONS OF LEADERSHIP AND PEOPLE

A New Breed: A New Model For Taiwanese Leadership
by Tan-Sun Chen

The Changing Perceptions of Genghis Khan in Mongolia
Interview with TS. Tsetsenbileg

Challenges, Threats, and Successes
The State of the Korean Economy
by You Jong-Kuen

Multiculturalism in Thailand
Cultural and Regional Resurgence in a Diverse Kingdom
by Patrick Jory

21st Century Japan: The Emergence of a New Nation?
by Xavier Gros and Alain Schebath

Asia in the 21st Century
by Tommy Koh

A New Hat
The Role of Taiwan in the Next Century
by Lien Chen

Working for Peace
The Road Ahead for the Chinese Democracy Movement
by Wang Dan


ALTERNATIVE VISIONS OF THE MILLENNIUM

How Bizarre: Reconciling Japan's Millennial Movements with Society
by Helen Hardacre

Underground Papists
Searching for the Identity of China's Catholics
by Richard Madsen

Falungong
Cultivating Qi and Body Politic
by Nancy N. Chen

Twenty Years of Friendship
The Republic of China and the United States Under the Taiwan Relations Act
by C.J. Chen

 

THE NEW FACE OF COMMERCE

Counterbalance
The Euro in Asia
by Ramkishen Rajan

Contrasting Models of Corporations
Investing in People to Increase Competitiveness
by Seon-Sik Kim and Hwy Chang Moon

Guarding Openness
Strategic Trade Control in Hong Kong
by John Tseng

 

THE NEW FACE OF EMERGING ECONOMIES

Kick Start
Balancing Suzhou's Development with Vision and Strategy
by Xinshen Zhang and Matthew Q. Wu

Different Times, Different Spaces
Designing Economic Reforms for a Complexity Called India
by Omkar Goswami

Breaking Ground in Broken Economies
A View on Science and Technology Policy for Overcoming Economic Crisis in Korea
by Duk In Choi


THE NEW FACE OF SOCIETY

The Paradigm Shift
University Education in Singapore
by Lim Pin

Breaking New Ground
Setting up the Equal Opportunities Commission in Hong Kong
by Fanny M. Cheung

Taiwan 2000
The First Chinese Democracy of the New Millennium
by Jung-Tzung Yih

Not a Geisha
Visions of Girlhood in Contemporary Japanese Women's Fiction
by Eve Zimmerman


 
 
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