Rising Asia Journal
ISSN 2583-1038
Rising Asia Foundation

VOLUME 3, ISSUE 1
(WINTER/SPRING) JANUARY TO
APRIL 2023

CONTENTS

COLUMNS

TOH HAN SHIH
CHINESE AND BRITISH IMPERIAL PAST
THE DUALITY OF THE PSYCHE OF THE PEOPLE OF HONG KONG

TRIBUTE TO ZULFIKAR GHOSE (1935-2022)

HARISH C. MEHTA and JULIE BANERJEE MEHTA
THE LAST ARTICLE OF ZULFIKAR GHOSE

ZULFIKAR GHOSE
CRICKET IN SOCIAL HISTORY
PLAYING OUT THE OLD ENGLISH OBSESSION WITH CLASS

RESEARCH ARTICLES

KABINDRA SHARMA, RAJIV GURUNG, and VIMAL KHAWAS
TRANS-HIMALAYAN COMMERCE
INDIA-CHINA CROSS-BORDER TRADE OPTIONS:
VIA NATHU-LA AND POSSIBLE RESUMPTION OF HISTORIC JELEP-LA ROUTE

JOANNE LIN
SOUTHEAST ASIAN ALLIANCES
ASEAN AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE INDO-PACIFIC:
CONVERGENCE OR DIVERGENCE?

NICOLE SMITH
GLOBAL DIASPORAS
REFUGEE FOODWAYS: HOW ETHNIC CUISINES CAN HELP
NEWCOMERS TO INTEGRATE IN CANADA

BOOKS
REVIEWS

GURJIT SINGH
Asean And India: The Way Forward, edited By Tommy Koh,
Hernaikh Singh, And Moe Thuzar
TANGO OF NEIGHBORS

VINOD KUMAR PILLAI
Michael Vatikiotis, Blood and Silk: Power and Conflict in Modern Southeast Asia
SEEING SOUTHEAST ASIA BELOW THE SURFACE

LITERARY ESSAY
MILAN NARZARY
FROM WITCH-HUNTING IN BODO SOCIETY
TO LAPSES IN BODO NOVEL WRITING

 

Front Cover photo credits: 

  1. Photo of Indo-China border trade by the courtesy of India TV.
  2. Photo of Zulfikar Ghose by the courtesy of Wikimedia Commons. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Zulfikar_Ghose_and_Helena_de_la_Fontaine.jpg. Attribution: Wicked Papa, CC BY-SA 4.0 <https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0>, via Wikimedia Commons.
  3. Photo of an eighteenth-century painting of Emperor Qianlong and his sons, by Giuseppe Castiglione, an Italian Catholic Jesuit priest. Source: The Hong Kong Palace Museum.