The Law, The Plague and Colonial Hong Kong

Human history would be significantly different without contagious disease and epidemics. Xiang Gao analyses the evolution of colonial state power through an investigation into the Hong Kong colonial government’s response to the 1894 Plague and its subsequent reoccurrence in the following decades.

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