Focuses on topics relating to China, Hong Kong and Taiwan since 1949, plus studies of the major issues that contribute to understanding of Communist Party history and contemporary events.
Covers East and Southeast Asia from a wide range of angles within the social sciences and humanities. While international in scope, the journal is also meant to act as a window on the ongoing Nordic research on East and Southeast Asia.
Deals with issues of ethnicity, religion, urbanism, and population change. Includes articles, research notes, and occasional English translations of pivotal research first published in Southeast Asian languages.