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The Meaning Behind a Hackerspace and Maker Movement in China

Doris Yee

Establishing a hackerspace in China is necessarily entangled in both the nation’s wider economic and political transformations and the global maker culture. By looking at hackerspace developments in a place like China, where commercial hardware manufacturing provides employment for many, we provide an alternative perspective on dominant stories of innovation and peer production.

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