- Title Pages
- One Chinese Private Maritime Trade and Global Integration
- Two Reconsidering Overseas Trade
- Three The Northeast Asian Trade Network, the Manchu Procommerce Tradition, and the 1684 Open-Door Trade Policy
- Four Enriching the State by Cherishing Private Trade
- Five Separating Trade from Tribute
- Six The Establishment of the Qing Maritime Customs System and the Growth of Private Trade
- Seven Economic Interests, Security Concerns, and the Tribute System
- Eight The Kangxi Emperor Bans Trade with Southeast Asia
- Nine Western Merchants, Local Interests, and Christian Penetration
- About the Author
- Production Notes
- The Qing Opening to the Ocean
- University of Hawai'i Press
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