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“When Things Go Wrong: Accidents and the Legacy of the Mao Era in Today’s China,” in Perry Link, Richard Madsen, and Paul G. Pickowicz, eds., Restless China (Rowman & Littlefield, 2013), 11-36.
“Great Leap City: Surviving the Famine in Tianjin,” in Kimberley Ens Manning and Felix Wemheuer, eds., Eating Bitterness: New Perspectives on China’s Great Leap Forward and Famine (University of British Columbia Press, 2011), 226-250.
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“Staging Xiaojinzhuang: The City in the Countryside, 1974-1976,” in Joseph W. Esherick, Paul G. Pickowicz, and Andrew Walder, eds., The Chinese Cultural Revolution as History (Stanford University Press, 2006), 153-184.
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