One China is said to be a cornerstone of China's foreign policy in regard to its relationship with Taiwan. As such, One China is a concept active in international relations and high politics. Nevertheless, One China also has real and far-reaching impact on people's everyday life. This blog post links One China with migrant wives so as to challenge the conceptual boundary between 'high politics' and the lived experiences of migrants whose everyday life is affected by an abstract concept that is known for 'strategic ambiguity'.
|Publication status||Published - 24 Feb 2017|