About James Boyd

is a lecturer at Murdoch University and is researching Japanese– Mongolian relations.


Missing links in Japan’s studies of Inner Mongolia Muslims


As part of its efforts to woo minority populations before and during the Second World War, Japan took a keen interest in Inner Mongolia’s Muslim population, writes JAMES BOYD. The semi-official Japanese humanitarian organisation, Zenrin kyōkai (Good Neighbour Association), was established in 1933 to provide medical assistance and educational opportunities to the Mongols and Hui […]