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Region#
AS - Asia4193
EU - Europe1469
NA - North America1435
AF - Africa300
OC - Oceania139
HKU - The University of Hong Kong118
SA - South America23
UND - Undefined110
Total7787
Country#
CN - China2172
US - United States1382
GB - United Kingdom653
KR - Republic of Korea618
HK - Hong Kong612
IE - Ireland427
SG - Singapore389
JP - Japan248
ZA - South Africa200
NL - Netherlands167
OTH - Others919
Total7787
City#
Beijing578
Dublin427
Singapore380
Central216
Johannesburg197
Zhengzhou175
London166
Amsterdam156
Central District155
Busan154
Others5183
Total7787
Flying with Madame Butterfly: Japan Airlines’ Kimono-Branding in the 1950s96
Shared Memories: Japanese Pop Culture in China261
Japanese Images and Perceptions in Greater China152
“Wings of the New Japan”: Kamikaze, Kimonos, and Airline Branding in Postwar Japan135
Aspirations for a Middle-Class Lifestyle: Japanese Pop Culture on Chinese Campuses [Petit Bourgeois no Kurashi-kata: Chugoku no Daigakusei ga Mita Nihon no Dorama]144
Branding 'Japan', 1951-1970: American Gaze and Japan Airlines (Sengo 'Nihon' no Burandingu: American no Manazashi, JAL no Kodawari).49
Japanese Food in Print Ads, 1960-201637
Cooking Outside the Box: What Can Rice Cookers Tell Us about Cross-Cultural Collaborations?66
Made in Asia126
Softening the Sharp Edges of “Japan”: Growing up with Tojo, Doraemon, and Tokyo Love Story in China105
Daigaku: Sekai rankingu de yusei nano wa nazeka? (Hong Kong Universities and World Rankings)67
Japan in Hong Kong newspaper ads: 1945-2000113
同じ釜の飯 ーナショナル炊飯器は人口六八〇万の香港でなぜ八〇〇万台売れたか51
The First Trip Abroad, 1965-1970: Teaching 'Western' Manners to Japanese Package Tourists80
Japanese Rice Cookers in Chinese Worlds157
Digital Fast Food: Japanese Dramas on Chinese Campuses'112
Digital fast foods: Japanese TV dramas in China115
Who initiates a global flow?: Japanese popular culture in Asia262
Compartmentalization of the Past and the Present: Young Chinese Perception of Japan (with Yuling Pan)125
Nihon shoku: Teno-todoku zeitaku (Japanese food in Hong Kong)56
Problem-Solving vs. Relation-Building: Frame Analysis of a Negotiation between Americans and Japanese, In: Hu Wenzhong (ed.)109
A Recipe for Diversity: The Role of Chinese Intermediaries in Globalizing Japanese Rice Cookers103
The First Trip Abroad, 1965-1970: Teaching 'Western' Manners to Japanese Package Tourists106
Japanese pop culture in China103
Presenting Japan to the World, 1953-1970: "Self-Orientalism" as an Interactive Process100
Comic Book Diplomacy?: Japan, China and Pop Culture Politics142
A Recipe for Diversity: Cooking Different Varieties of Rice in Asia.125
Japan as it is: pop culture and dualism of "Real and False Images"102
'Have you had one today?': Adapting a Japanese probiotic drink for Hong Kong consumers287
Japanese Popular Culture as a Hong Kong Identity Marker, (with Yuling Pan)124
'De-geishanizing' the Kimono: Japan Airlines’ Branding Exercise in the 1950s70
Japanese Products, Chinese Intermediaries, Asian Desires: From Rice Cookers to Pop Culture164
Reporting Hong Kong: Foreign Media and the Handover159
Presenting Japan to the world: kimono-clad women in early airline advertising75
Turning Japanese Electric Rice Cookers into Chinese: How National/Panasonic has sold 8 million sets in Hong Kong with the population of only 6.8 million188
Flying with Madame Butterfly: early Japan Airlines advertising in the U.S. and Hong Kong33
Eating One’s Way to Sophistication Japanese Food, Transnational Flows and Social Mobility in Hong Kong139
De-Orientalizing Rice?: The Role of Chinese Intermediaries in Globalising Japanese Rice Cookers”92
Japan in Hong Kong Newspapers 1962: Cameras, Radios (In Japanese)52
Puchiburu no Kurashi-kata: Chugoku no Daigakusei ga Mita Nihon no dorama [Aspirations for a Middle-Class Lifestyle: Japanese Pop Culture on Chinese Campuses.]109
This man is bringing shame on the Japanese people!: teaching 'Western' manners to Japanese package tourists in the 1960s96
Japanese ramen with a Chinese twist: instant noodles and their localization efforts in Hong Kong51
Kimura Takuya and Lu Xun:Japanese Soap on Chinese Campuses112
Localizing Japanese Rice Cookers with a Chinese Touch: How 'National' Went Global via Hong Kong79
Sengo Kyoiku-shi: Honkon no dekiru onna-tachi no ayumi (Education since 1945)51
An American “Stewardess Instructor” in Postwar Tokyo Challenging Japanese Women’s Attire in the Skies18
Japan in Hong Kong newspaper ads: 1945-2000124
Flying the National Costume: Early Japan Airlines advertising in the U.S. and Hong Kong30
Japan's Postwar International Stewardesses: Embodying Modernity and Exoticism in the Air35
Aspirations for a Middle-Class Lifestyle: Japanese Pop Culture on Chinese Campuses133
Nihon-jin komyuniti: Tenkin suru hito, Teijyu suruhito (The Japanese community in Hong Kong: Those who leave and those who stay)70
Japan in the Eyes of the Open-Door Policy Generation (in Chinese)168
From Dried Seafood to Instant Ramen: ‘Japanese’ Industrial Food and Hong Kong Foodways127
Comic Book Diplomacy?: Japan, China and Pop Culture Politics111
Where there are Asians, there are rice cookers: how 'national' went global via Hong Kong91
Japanese Products, Chinese Intermediaries, Asian Desires: From Rice Cookers to Pop Culture132
Soratobu Madamu Batafurai: JAL Sogyoji no Omotenashi to Nihon heno Manazashi (Flying with Madame Butterfly: Japan Airlines’ Kimono-Branding in the 1950s)88
Are Gyoza Dumplings Japanese? Imaginative Geography on "Japanese" Plates in Hong Kong132
Softening the Sharp Edges of ‘Japan’: Young Chinese who Grew up with Tojo, Doraemon, and Tokyo Love Story on TV131
由樂聲牌電飯煲而起─蒙民偉和信興集團走過的道路295
Kifu bunka: shakai ni ataerareta mono wa shakai he (Charitable Contributions and Donations)46
Radio Broadcasting109
Orientalism in the sky: Japan Airlines' Kimono-Branding in the 1950s155
American Gaze Towards Postwar Japan: Kimono-clad 'Stewardesses' on Transpacific Flights31
New Women in the Postwar Japan: A 27-year-old American who Trained 37 Japanese Flight Attendants in 1953 (Sengo Nihon to Atarashii Josei)681


TotJulAugSepOctNovDecJanFebMarAprMayJun
2017/2018109962352115810213771531029721843
2018/201915419967131941701151201629682241164
2019/20201182214163671147911913814333404032
2020/20212873712752319834479448262623131104
2021/2022104532935024621016554492192249
2022/2023474160000000000
Ever7787