1. Cultural Difference, Social Recognition, and Political Representation in Taiwan Tak-Wing Ngo and Hong-zen Wang 2. Multiculturalism and Indigenism: Contrasting the Experiences of Canada and Taiwan Scott Simon 3. Liminality and Taiwan Tropism in a Postcolonial Context: Schemes of National Identification among Taiwan's "Mainlanders" on the Eve of Kuomintang's Return to Power Stephane Corcuff 4. The Fabrication of Differences among Kaohsiung Dockworkers Yi-Chi Chen and Tak-Wing Ngo 5. Manufacturing Manhood: The Culture of Hegemonic Masculinity in Taiwan's Labor Movement Ming-sho Ho 6. Classism in Immigration Control and Migrant Integration Yen-Fen Tseng and Yukiko Komiya 7. Strategies of Alliance among Cross-Border Families and Chinese Marriage Immigrants Melody Chia-Wen Lu 8. Politics of Negotiation between Vietnamese Wives and Taiwanese Husbands Wen-hui Anna Tang, Daniele Belanger, and Hong-zen Wang 9. Discrimination and Backlash against Homosexual Groups Jens Damm 10. Assessing (Multi)culturalism through Public Art Practices Anru Lee and Perng-juh Peter Shyong
Tak-Wing Ngo is IIAS Professor of Asian History at Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Hong-zen Wang is Professor and Director of the Graduate Institute of Sociology, National Sun Yat-sen University, Taiwan.