Chinese Workers in World War One France

Paul Bailey, Durham University, is a specialist in the social and cultural history of modern China. His research interests cover gender in twentieth century China, educational thought and practice in twentieth century China, Sino-French interaction in the 19th and 20th centuries, and cinema and Chinese modernity. Professor Bailey has forthcoming book, Chinese Overseas Labour and Globalisation in the Early Twentieth Century: Migrant Workers, Globalisation and the Sino-French Connection.

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