By Sucheng Chan
The collection's issues (and individuals) contain: altering styles of chinese language immigration and methods for circumventing exclusion legislation (Erika Lee); chinese language exchange networks that facilitated chinese language migration (Madeline Hsu); woman migration, marriage, and kin formation (Sucheng Chan); chinese language herbalists in the USA (Haiming Liu); the importance of chinese language americans' fiscal ties with China (Yong Chen); chinese language American debates approximately ideological currents in China (Shehong Chen); the function of Chinese-language colleges within the usa in selling ethnic "authenticity" (Him Mark Lai); and vintage autobiographies that replicate an rising chinese language American attention (Xiao-huang Yin).
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