In this study of the anti-colonial riots which erupted in Hong Kong in May 1967, the authors shed new light on their causes, their impact on future government policy and on Sino-British relations, and their legacy for Hong Kong society and governance, and the people of the territory.
|Publication date:||1st August 2009|
|Author:||Robert Bickers, Ray Yep|
|Publisher:||Hong Kong University Press|
|Categories:||Colonialism & imperialism, Revolutionary groups & movements, European history,|
Robert Bickers is a professor of history in the School of Humanities, University of Bristol. A scholar of Sino-British relations, the history of Shanghai and of the British presence in China, his books include Empire Made Me: An Englishman Adrift in Shanghai. Ray Yep is an associate professor in the Department of Public and Social Administration, City University of Hong Kong. He is the author of Manager Empowerment in China: Political Implications of Rural Industrialization in the ReformMore About Robert Bickers, Ray Yep