In Chapter 6, she proposes that Rupert Chan's [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] adaptation of Twelfth Night (1986) forges "a Hong Kong identity" through sinifying
and localising the Shakespearean classic, relocating it to the Chinese Tang dynasty (618--907) at the "south of the ridge" region (142--3, 152).
The party's insistence on sinifying
the revolution goes back to tensions with the Soviets over leadership of the international communist movement.
This combination can generate qualitative change in the employment of military power  The key to sinifying
RMA is the PLA's understanding that it will be doomed to failure if its rank-and-file merely copies mechanically an RMA-induced new force structure and the combat patterns of its prospective opponents.