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Bulletin, 1, no. 1
Asian Amer Vertical File
The Asian American Studies and Chinese Overseas Collections
at the Ethnic Studies Library is one of the largest collections in the United
States. There are hundreds of Asian American and Chinese Overseas reference materials
in the collection. On display here are a few selected examples of the Chinese
Nanjing Zhou, editor
HUAREN BAIKE QUANSHU
(Encyclopedia of Chinese Overseas and Chinese
This twelve-volume set is the most comprehensive encyclopedia
on Chinese Overseas, including Chinese Overseas general information and the following
topics: people, organizations and political parties, economy, education, mass
media, bylaws and policy, history, publications, community and folklore, literature
and art, and homeland. The volume displayed is about literature and art.
Amer DS732 H78617 1999
Lynn Pan, editor
THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE
work on Chinese Overseas, covering migration, institutions, relations with China,
and Chinese communities worldwide.
Amer DS732 E53 1999
ON A CHINESE PAST
This four-volume work is a comprehensive
history of the Chinese in New Zealand, 1865 to the present.
Amer DU424.5 C5 1993 4 vols.
CHINESE OVERSEAS THROUGH MEDIA
footsteps of Chinese can be traced even in the most desolate region in the world.
Perhaps they are those who are urged by poverty and by curiosity about countries
outside of China and those who believe that foreign countries might provide greater
opportunities to improve their lives. Regardless, each of them, after all, lives
out his or her own touching stories.
IN THE AMERICAS
untold story of how Asians first arrived in the Americas. From the 16th century
Manila-Acapulco tradeto the Opium Warto 19th century plantation coolie
labor in South America and the Caribbean."
Amer Video Collection 2002