This book focuses on three ethnic neighbourhoods in San Francisco: commoditized Chinatown, gentrified Japantown, and defunct Manilatown, and argues that the city is global because it comprises a multiplicity of global niches in its midst that interface with and sustain each other at the local level.
capital China globalization
Authors and affiliations
Michel S. Laguerre
1.University of CaliforniaBerkeleyUSA
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