From Nothing to Nothing
The Chinese Communist Movement and Hong Kong 1921–1936
(中國共產運動與香港,1921–1936)
Chan Lau Kit-ching
July 1999
352 pages
5" x 8.5"
For sale in Hong Kong, China, and Taiwan only. For information on purchasing the book in other territories, please contact Hurst & Co..
 
HK$180 (Hong Kong, Macau, Mainland China, and Taiwan only)
US$27 (Other Countries)
Paperback 978-962-209-494-9

This study offers an in-depth analysis of Hong Kong’s role in the earliest stage of the Chinese Communist Movement. The fact that Hong Kong, then a British colony, was pivotally involved in the Communist development in Guangdong in the 1920s and 1930s has been little known. The importance of this book is further enhanced by the consideration that much of the early foundation of the Chinese Communist Movement was laid in Guangdong.

Professor Chan Lau Kit-ching of the Department of History, the University of Hong Kong, has written extensively on Sino-British relations and Hong Kong.

 
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