Asia Pacific Viewpoint

(The TQCC of Asia Pacific Viewpoint is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
The Belt and Road as method: Geopolitics, technopolitics and power through an infrastructure lens25
Theorising from the Belt and Road Initiative (一带一路)18
Commoning the city for survival in urban informal settlements16
Return migration, online entrepreneurship and gender performance in the Chinese ‘Taobao families’15
Power of blank spaces: A critical cartography of China's Belt and Road Initiative15
BRI and beyond: Comparative possibilities of extended Chinese urbanisation13
Transnational care circulations, changing intergenerational relations and the ageing aspirations of Chinese grandparenting migrants in Singapore12
‘Provincialising’ the Belt and Road Initiative: Theorising with Chinese narratives of the ‘Digital Silk Road’ (数字丝绸之路)11
Indigenous enterprise on customary lands: Diverse economies of surplus8
Is ASEAN ready to move to multilateral cross‐border electricity trade?8
Environmental justice and park accessibility in urban China: Evidence from Shanghai8
The Salween River as a transboundary commons: Fragmented collective action, hybrid governance and power7
Silver linings around dark clouds: Tourism, Covid‐19 and a return to traditional values, villages and the vanua7
Migration, family and networks: Timorese seasonal workers' social support in Australia7
Older Chinese and Korean migrants' experiences of the first COVID‐19 lockdown in Aotearoa New Zealand: A qualitative study7
Transnational linkages, power relations and the migration–development nexus: China and its diaspora7
Developing a family engagement plan for Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander STEM students in higher education: A review and critique of the literature6
‘We are happy to tell you the sisimol stories (small stories)’: Reframing what counts as conservation work in the Arnavon Islands, Solomon Islands5
Women in community‐involved tourism enterprises: Experiences in the Philippines5
We want productive workers, not fertile women: The expediency of employing Southeast Asian caregivers in Taiwan5
Marketplaces as sites for the development‐adaptation‐disaster trifecta: Insights from Vanuatu5
Climate change mitigation and adaptation in Bangladesh: The need for community‐based approaches5
Diverse values of surplus for a community economy of fish(eries)5
Towards a geography of queer temporalities: Time, space and rural–urban migrant gay men's exploration of sexuality in China5
Locating the traditional economy in Port Vila, Vanuatu: Disaster relief and agrobiodiversity5
Institutional bricolage in payment for ecosystem services: Insights from the Sloping Land Conversion Programme in upland communities, Southwest China4
Sustainable neighbourhood gastronomy: Tokyo independent restaurants facing crises4
Learning journeys: Five paradigms of education for development4
Negotiating China's rise: The dynamics of Chinese business associations and the Belt and Road Initiative in Brunei Darussalam4
Moving beyond survivalism? Youth perspectives on non‐Mandarin Chinese languages in the study of Chinese voluntary associations in Singapore and Vancouver4
What drives university students to practice social distancing? Evidence from South Korea and Vietnam4
Between positionality and nudging: A rising China and Chinese voluntary associations in Southeast Asia4
Shared survival and cooperation in India and Australia4
Beyond sustainable livelihoods: A diverse economies approach to rural peasant livelihoods in China's Qinghai Province3
Negotiating Routes and/or Roots: Heritagisation of nanyin in China and Singapore, 1970s to 2010s3
Migration, urbanisation and emergence of the individual: Same‐sex desiring migrant men constructing spaces and cultivating their self in a big Chinese city3
From bargaining to alliance with patriarchy: The role of Taiwanese husbands in marriage migrants' civic organisations in Taiwan3
Making a living in the diverse economy of concrete: Commoning in a contested quarry3
Beyond as bridges: The role of the Chinese voluntary associations in Chinese outward foreign direct investment in Southeast Asia3
The Belt and Road Initiative as Multiple Geographies of Knowledge Production3
Living with flux in the Philippines: Negotiating collective well‐being and disaster recovery3
Fault lines for unrest in the Pacific: Youth, livelihoods and land rights in driving and mitigating conflict3