Preface -- part I. Understanding Beijing's policy -- 1.
The rise of China and the Chinese overseas -- 2. The
Chinese overseas and the "Overseas Chinese Affairs Office"
-- 3. China's foreign policy vis-áa-vis the Chinese
overseas -- part II. Responses to external events -- 4.
Non-intervention : the 1998 anti-Chinese violence in
Indonesia -- 5. Direct protection : examples from South
Pacific, the Middle East and Africa -- 6. Effective
protection? The 2014 anti-China/Chinese riots in Vietnam -
- 7. From non-intervention to intervention? The "nude
squat" episode and Chinese ambassador saga in Malaysia --
8. To help or not to help? The Kokang Chinese problem in
Myanmar -- part III. Responses to internal needs -- 9. The
use of Chinese transnationalism : the Sichuan earthquake
and the Beijing Olympic Games -- 10. Direct control?
Beijing and the world Chinese entrepreneurs conference --
11. "One belt one road" strategy and the Chinese overseas
-- 12. Beijing's soft power bid : promotion of the Chinese
language and Confucius Institutes -- part IV. New policy
and its impact -- 13. Beijing's new policy : a return to
Chinese transnationalism? -- 14. The impact of Beijing's