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I wish to express my gratitude to Professor Michalis Lianos for his unfailing encouragement and his very valuable suggestions, which helped in the development of some of the ideas in this chapter. I thank Mrs. Frederique Menant and Mrs. Gyongyer Demeny for their generous assistance and advice during the preparation of the manuscript. Any remaining errors or omissions are the responsibility of the author alone.

1. The Chinese household registration that determines eligibility for social benefits, including schooling for one's child.

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