Rising Asia Journal
Rising Asia Foundation

 VOLUME 1, ISSUE 2
(SUMMER) MAY TO AUGUST 2021

CONTENTS

COLUMNS

TOH HAN SHIH
HONG KONG-CHINA RELATIONS
LESSONS FROM JUSTICE BAO ZHENG:
HONG KONG’S JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE WOULD BENEFIT
CHINA AND THE WORLD

RYAN MITRA
SOUTHEAST ASIA
THE MYANMAR TEST:
IS ASEAN TRULY AT POLITICAL CROSSROADS?

TUAN HOANG
VIETNAMESE DIASPORA IN AMERICA
THE SOUTH VIETNAMESE FLAG AND SHIFTING REPRESENTATIONS
OF THE VIETNAMESE AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

HARISH C. MEHTA
REMEMBERING MICHAEL H. HUNT, 1942-
AN HISTORIAN OF INTEGRITY, REASON, AND WIT

RESEARCH ARTICLES

JING CHEN
“THE EMPEROR IS A WOMAN!”
CHANGING REPRESENTATIONS OF EMPRESS WU
IN CHINESE POPULAR CULTURE, 1939-2010

VINAY KAURA
THE STRATEGIC CULTURE OF INDIA’S ‘THIRD REPUBLIC’

INGUDAM YAIPHAREMBA SINGH
MODERNIZING THE SECURITY DOCTRINE TO RESOLVE CONFLICT
IN INDIA’S NORTHEAST

BOOK EXCERPT

ANG CHENG GUAN
OLD AND NEW RISKS, RIVALRIES, AND CONFLICTS
SOUTHEAST ASIA AFTER THE COLD WAR: A CONTEMPORARY HISTORY
(Singapore: NUS Press, 2019).
Excerpted from Southeast Asia After the Cold War © 2019 NUS Press, Singapore.
Used by arrangement with the Publisher. All rights reserved.