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Jeroen Groenewegen defended his Ph.D. The Performance of Identity in Chinese Popular Music at Leiden University in July 2011. Research for the Ph.D. and this article was conducted with a scholarship of the Hulsewé-Wazniewski Foundation for the advancement of teaching and research in the archeology, art and material culture of China at Leiden University. Currently, Groenewegen lives in Beijing. More information can be found at www.keepmakingsense.com.

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4 responses to “Asima, her Pimp and a Melancholic Boss”

  1. Nice article… probably also explains why Zuoxiao Zuzhou was temporarily detained by Chinese authorities a few days ago: http://freemuse.org/sw41661.asp

  2. […] more about the legend here, here, and here – that last piece from Norient.com is especially insightful, providing lots of translations […]

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