Chapter 21: From ‘Nothing to My Name’ to ‘I Am a Singer’: market, capital, and politics in the Chinese music industry
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21. From ‘Nothing to My Name’ to ‘I Am a Singer’: market, capital, and politics in the Chinese music industry Qian Wang and Jeroen de Kloet Mainland China is becoming more important as a source of artists and repertoire for us. I think that in com...

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