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Monday, October 09, 2006

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Nancy A. GuyAsian Theatre Journal,
Vol. 12, No. 1 (Spring, 1995), pp. 85-103doi:10.2307/1124469

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Go with Your Feelings: Hong Kong and Taiwan Popular Culture in Greater China
Thomas B. GoldChina Quarterly,
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A Theatre of Taiwaneseness: Politics, Ideologies, and Gezaixi
Huei-Yuan Belinda ChangTDR (1988-),
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Barbara B. Harrell Dec, 1981

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A Study Management Operation And Environment Of Taiwanese Opera In Kaohsiung
Yu-shin Chen Jun, 2006

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Constructing ”Taiwanese”~Taiwanese opera at interfaces
Hui-Ling Cheng May, 2005

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The Legacy of Literary Practices in Colonial Taiwan—Japanese, Taiwanese, Chinese-Language Interaction and Identity Formation
Ann Heylen 2005

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