Remaking the Chinese City-Modernity & National Identity, 1900-1950
Joseph W. Esherick
Hawaii University Press
278 pag. hardcover 21 x 24 cm
This text aims to capture the full diversity of Chinese urbanism by examining the modernist transformations of China's cities in the first half of the 20th century. The text includes 13 essays focusing on Chinese urban history and 10 discussing Chinese cities.