Past, Love, Money and Much More

“We can arrive at a more significant and nuanced characterization of Philippines-Japan relations by looking at the other aspects of the relationship without totally dismissing the admittedly important economic relationship. As we conditionally admit that the relationship is unequal, we look at the balance to see which side is heavier; we change the contents of the balance and vary their combinations to find out if one side is always heavier than the other or if both sides are sometimes equal. The book does this by narrating how the past is remembered, by bridging the elite and the popular, and by describing people-to-people relations across national borders within and beyond state structure.”—From the Introduction by Lydia N. Yu-Jose.

Published in 2008 for the Japanese Studies Program, Ateneo de Manila University.

₱400.00
Author: 
Lydia N. Yu-Jose
Category: 
Weight: 
0.462 kg
ISBN: 
978-971-042-603-4
Imprint: 
AUP Imprint
Language: 
English