For scholars of modern Hong Kong society, Merchants'
Daughters refocuses attention to cultural dynamics in the
South China region of which Hong Kong is an integral part. For
audiences generally interested in gender issues, this book
illuminates the analytical importance of long historical periods in
which layers of social, political, and economic activities
intersected to constitute the complicated positioning of women.
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