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Current Resaerch Projects  

Janet Lorraine Borland
Showcases of New Tokyo: Modern Architecture and Social Management in the Reconstructed Capital, 1923-1930.
Timothy Unverzagt Goddard
Tokyo from the mid-1910s to the mid-1930s.
Yoshiko Nakano
1. Japanese Memories in Hong Kong: Oral History Interviews with the Pioneers who Introduced Japanese Products and Services to Hong Kong.
2. Presenting Japan to the World, 1953-1970: "Self-Orientalism” as an Interactive Process.
Daniel Taro Poch
Devoted to revising his 2014 dissertation for publication as a book.
Victor E. Teo
1. The Prospects and Challenges of Japan’s Normalisation.
2. Clandestine Globalization and China’s Borderlands.
3. Contemporary Sino-Japanese Relations (various themes)




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