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August 10, 2006

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MAJ

Yes, thanks to China's uneven development, togeather with the speed of its development, much of China is indeed "postmodern". I have written a little about this myself, on my site, if you're interested. See my article on "Shenzhen Kitsch" for example, at: http://journeysthroughchina.blog.com/Shenzhen%2C+Guangdong/

An anthroplogist named Mary has just left an interesting response actually, and she has an interesting site of her own too, called Shenzhen Fieldnotes.

I have just added this site to my list of recommended China-related sites too by the way. It's excellent!

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