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AnthroGlobe Bibliography:

Chinese in Oceania

 

© Rene van der Haar

First posted: 21 January 2006

Last edited: 21 January 2006

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Ai, Chung Kun. (1960). My Seventy Nine Years in Hawaii. Hong Kong: Cosmorama Pictoral Publisher.

Ali, Bessie Ng Kumlin. (2002). Chinese in Fiji. Suva: Institute of Pacific Studies, University of the South Pacific

Armstrong, R.W. (1977). New Zealand Chinese. China Geographer, (6) (Winter): 27-36.

Associated Chinese University Women. 1989. Traditions for Living: A Booklet of Chinese Customs and Folk Practices. 3rd edition. Honolulu: Asociated Chinese University Women. 2 volumes.


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Burns, Margarete E. (2000). Of Tongues and Temporalities: Notes towards an Understanding of the Recent Past in French Polynesia. The Journal of Pacific History, 35(2), 181-193.


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Cahill, Peter. (1973). Chinese Coolies in Kaiser Wilhelmsland. Port Moresby. Unpublished paper.

Cahill, Peter. (1996). Chinese in Rabaul - 1921 to 1942: Normal Practices, or Containing the Yellow Peril? The Journal of Pacific History, 31(1), 72-91.

Char, Tin-Yuke (Ed.). (1975). The Sandalwood Mountains: Readings and Stories of the Eearly Chinese in Hawaii. Honolulu: University Press of Hawai'i.

Char, Tin-Yuke. (1977). The Banboo Path: Life and Writings of a Chinese in Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii Chinese History Center.

Char, Tin-Yuke and Wai Jane Char (Ed.). (1983). Chinese Historic Sites and Pioneer Families of the Island of Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Char, Wai Jane and Tin-Yuke Char (Ed.). (1976). Chinese Historic Sites and Pioneer Families of Rural Oahu. Honolulu: Hawaii Chinese History Center.

Chinese Overseas Collection. (2005). A Comprehensive Bibliography of 'Overseas Chinese Studies'. Hong Kong: Chinese University of Hong Kong. Retrieved December 15, 2005, from the World Wide Web: http://coc.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/bib/basoc.htm. and http://coc.lib.cuhk.edu.hk/bib/basoc2.htm.

Chock, Eric and Darrell H. Y. Lum (Ed.), Pake: Writings by Chinese in Hawaii. Honolulu: Bamboo Ridge,

Coppenrath, Gerald. (1967). Les Chinois de Tahiti, de l'aversion a l'assimilation, 1865-1966. Paris: Musée de l'Homme.

Creasy, Annette Louise.(1969). Aspects of the Historical Geography of Western New Guinea Leading toward Urbanization of Settlements. MA thesis, University of California, Los Angeles.


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Dr. Shao You-Bao Overseas Chinese Documentation and Research Center. (2005). Database for Publications on Overseas Chinese. Athens: Ohio University. Retrieved December 16, 2005. From the World Wide Web: http://overseaschineseconfederation.org/databases_poc.html.


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Elliot, Molly. (1977). The Chinese in New Zealand. Eastern Horizon, 16(1): 45-47. [Hong Kong]

Elliot, Molly. (1978). The Chinese in the South Pacific. Eastern Horizon, 17(1): 43-46. [Hong Kong]

Elliss, James Daniel. (1955). Some Problems Concerning the Chinese in Oceania. MA thesis, School of Economics and Political Science, London.


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Fan, Carol C. (1992). Chinese Christian Women in Hawaii. In: Bernard Hung-Kay Luk (Ed.), Contact between Cultures, Volume 4: Eastern Asia: History and Social Sciense (pp. 413-416). Lewiston: Edwin Mellen Press.

Fer, Yannick. (2005). The Growth of Pentecostalism in French Polynesia: A Hakka History, Migration, Cultural Identity and Christianity. China Perspectives , (57) (January-February): 50-57

Firth, Stewart. (1977). Governors versus Settlers: The Dispute over Chinese Labour in German Samoa. New Zealand Journal of History, 11(2): 155-179.

Firth, Stewart. (1989). Labour in German New Guinea. In: S. Latukefu (Ed.), Papua New Guinea: A Century of Colonial Impact 1884-1984 (pp. 179-202). Port Moresby: National Research Institute and University of Papua New Guinea.

Fong, Alison. (1974). A Chinese Community in Fiji. Suva: South Pacific Social Science Association in association with United Nations Development Programme.

Fry, Gregory E. (1981). Regionalism and International Politics of the South Pacific. Pacific Affairs, 54(3): 455-484.


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Glick, Clarence Elmer. (1980). Sojourners and Settlers: Chinese Migrants in Hawaii. Honolulu: University Press of Hawai'i.

Great Britain. Colonial Office, New Zealand. Governor-General, 1912-1920 (Earl of Liverpool). (1920). Correspondence with the government of New Zealand relating to Chinese labour in Samoa, His Majesty's Stationery Office, London.

Greif, Stuart William. (1974). The Overseas Chinese in New Zealand. Singapore: Asia Pacific Press.

Greif, Stuart William. (1975). Political Attitudes of the Overseas Chinese in Fiji. Asian Survey, 15(11): 971-980. [Berkeley.]

Greif, Stuart William. (1977). The Overseas Chinese in Fiji. Taipei: College of Chinese Culture.


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Handy, E.S. Craighill. (1932). The Insular Pacific: Ethnic Fugue and Counterpoint. Pacific Affairs, 5(6): 487-496.

Hayden, D.R. (1965). Chinese Indentured Labour in Western Samoa, 1900-1950. Wellington: Government Printing Office.

Hawaii Heritage Center. (1989). Myriad Worlds: 200 Years of the Chinese in Hawaii. Honolulu: Hawaii Heritage Center.

Henderson, John and Benjamin Reilly. (2003).Dragon in Paradise: China's Rising Star in Oceania, The National Interest, (72), (Summer): 94-104. Retrieved December 15, 2005, from the World Wide Web: http://apseg.anu.edu.au/pdf/breilly1.pdf.

Huang, Hsiao-ping. (1991). The Business Venture of Chinese in Hawaii, 1820s-1874. Journal of the College of Liberal Arts, National Chung Hsing University, (21), (March): 177-196. [Taichung.]


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Inglis, Christine. (1972). Chinese. In: Peter Ryan (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Papua and New Guinea (pp. 170-174). Carlton: Melbourne University Press.

Inglis, Christine. (1975-76). Particularism in the Economic Organization of the Chinese in Papua New Guinea. Anthropological Forum, 4(1): 69-76.

Inglis, Christine. (1977). Social Structure and Patterns of Economic Action: The Chinese in Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, School of Economic and Political Science, London.

Inglis, Christine. (1991). Women and Trade: A Chinese Example from Papua New Guinea. In: Hugh D.R. Baker and Stephan Feuchtwang (Ed.), An Old State in New Settings. Studies in the Social Anthropology of China in Memory of Maurice Freedman (pp. 44-69). Oxford: Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford.

Inglis, Christine. 1997. The Chinese of Papua New Guinea: From Settlers to Sojourners. Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 6(3-4), 317-341.

Ip, Manying. (1990). Home Away from Home: Life Stories of Chinese Women in New Zealand. Auckland: New Women's.

Ip, Manying. (1991). In the Shadow of Exclusion. In: Tien-wai Lin (Ed.), Collected Essays on Local History of the Asian-Pacific Region: Contributions of Overseas Chinese (pp. 493-504). Hong Kong: Center of Asian Studies, University of Hong Kong. [On New Zealand Chinese.]

Ip, Manying. (1995). Chinese New Zealanders: Old Settlers and New Immigrants. In: Stuart W. Grief (Ed.), Immigration and National Identity in New Zealand: One People, Two Peoples, Many Peoples? (pp. 161-199). Palmerston North: Dunmore Press.

Ip, Manying. (1996). Dragons on the Long White Cloud: The Making of Chinese New Zealanders. Auckland: Tandem Press.

Ip, Manying. (1998). The Legal and Political Status of Chinese New Zealanders: Implications of the Treaty of Waitangi. In: Wang Ling-chi and Wang Gungwu (ed.), Essay to the Chinese Diaspora, (pp. 14). Singapore: Times Academic Press.

Ip, Manying. (1998). The Legal and Politicsl Status of Chinese New Zealanders: Implications of the Treaty of Waitangi. In: Wang Ling-chi and Wang Gungwu (Ed.), The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays, Volume 2 (pp. 217-230). Singapore: Times Academic Press.

Iwamoto, H. (1996). The Impact of World War I on Japanese Settlers in Papua New Guinea, 1914-1918. South Pacific Study, 16(2), 143-174. [Includes some material on Chinese.]


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Jennings, Margaret A. (1981). Aunt Pearl's Story. Suva.

Johnson, Nan E. and Nishida Ryoko. (1980). Minority-Group Status and Fertility a Study of Japanese and Chinese in Hawaii and California. American Journal of Sociology, 86(3): 496-511. [Chicago.]


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Ku, Ah Jook. (1998). Kauai's Chinese. In: Arlene Lum (Ed.), Sailing for the Sun: The Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989 (pp. 46-63). Honolulu: Three Heroes.

Ku, Hung-ting. (1989). Goo Kim Fui: A Chinese Community Leader in Hawaii. Tunghai Journal, (30), (June): 1-21. [Taichung.]

Ku, Hung-ting. (1989). Hard-earned Aloha. Free China Review, 39(7): 54-57. [Taipei.]

Kumekawa, Eugene Seiichi. (1988). Person, Group, and Context: The Foundation of Ethnic Identity among the Chinese in Fiji. PhD thesis, University opf California, Sandiego.

Kumekawa, Eugene Seiichi. (1989). Change versus Continuity: Examining the Chinese Community in Fiji. Paper presented at the First Conference on Overseas Chinese, University of Hawai'i, Hilo.

Kwan, Josephine Loo. 1972. Conflict and Conflict Resolution among Suva Chinese. Suva.


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Lai, Kum Pui. (1989). Tracing Hawaiianizing Chinese Surnames. Chinese America: History and Perspective: 186-189. [San Francisco.]

Lai, Kum Pui. (1989). Tracing the Life of Wong Aloiau: Chinese Genealogy in Hawaii. Chinese America: History and Perspective: 169-185. [San Francisco.]

Lai, Violet L., and Lai, Kum Pui (1985). He Was a Ram: Wong Aloiau of Hawaii. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press. Reviews: American Ethnologist, 13(4), 1986: 816-817 (by G.E. Johnson).

Laracy, Hugh. (1974). Unwelcome Guests: The Solomons' Chinese. New Guinea and Australia, the Pacific and South-East Asia, 8(4), 27-37.

Lau, Chau-mun. (1975). The Chinese in Hawaii: A Checklist of Chinese Materials in the Asia and Hawaiian Collections of the University of Hawai'i Library. Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Library.

Lee, K. W. F. (1990). The Coming of the Chinese: The Early Immigrant Community in Hawaii. PhD thesis, University of Hawaii, Manoa.

Li, Ling-ai. (1972). Life Is for a Long Time: A Chinese Hawaiian Memoir. New York,: Hastings House.

Lian, Kwen Fee. (1988). The Sociopolitical Process of Identity Formation in an Ethnic Community: The Chinese in New Zealand. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 11(4): 506-532.

Lin, Yu. 1936. China's Expansion in the South Seas. Tien-hsia Monthly, 3: 444-463.

Ling, C. (Ed.). (2002). Plantings in a New Land. Brisbane: Society of Chinese Australian Academics of Queensland.

Liua'anu, Ben Featuna'i. (1997). Dragons in Little Paradise: Chinese (Mis-)fortunes in Samoa, 1900-1950. The Journal of Pacific History, 32(1), 29-48.

Lowe, Chuan-hua. (1972). The Chinese in Hawaii: A Bibliographic Survey. Taipei: China Print.

Lum, Arlene (Ed.). (1988). Sailing for the Sun: The Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989. Honolulu: Three Heroes.

Lum, Kwong-yen and Walter F. Char. Chinese Adaptation in Hawaii: Some Examples. In: Wen-sing Tseng and David Y.H. Wu (Ed.), Chinese Culture and Mental Health (pp. 215-226). Orlando: Academic Press.

Lyon, Edward. C. (1975). The Anti-Chinese Movement in the Hawaiian Kingdom, 1852-1856. San Francisco: R. and E. Research Associates.


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Ma, L. Eve Armentrout. (1988). Chinese America: History and Perspective: 131-147. [San Francisco.]

Ma, L. Eve Armentrout. (1988). The Social Organization of Chinatowns in North America and Hawaii in the 1890s. In: Lee Lai To (Ed.), Early Chinese Immigrant Societies: Case Studies from North America and British Southeast Asia (pp. 159-185). Singapore: Heinemann Asia.

Mar, Richard. (2001). Autobiography of Richard Mar, Fiji.

Mark, Diane Mei Lin. (1977). A Chinese Community in Old Hawaii. Sino-American Relations, 3(2): 87-103. [Hwa Kang.]

Mark, Diane Mei Lin. (1989). Seasons of Light: The History of Chinese Christian Churches in Hawaii. Honolulu: Chinese Christian Association of Hawaii.

Meyerhoff, Miriam. (2002). A Vanishing Act: Tonkinese Migrant Labour in Vanuatu in the Early 20th Century. The Journal of Pacific History, 37(1), 45-66.

Murphy, Nigel Ralph. (1988). The Chinese in New Zealand: A Selected Bibliography with Annotations. Wellington: Alexander Turnbull Library.

Moloughney, Brian. (2003). Translating Cultures: Rethinking New Zealand's Chineseness. Wellington: Stout Research Centre for New Zealand Studies, Victoria University. Retrieved December 16, 2005, from the World Wide Web: http://www.vuw.ac.nz/stout-centre/documents/chinesenzbmoloughney.pdf.


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Nelson, Hank. (2004). Rabaul. In B. V. Lal (Ed.), Pacific Places, Pacific Histories: Essays in Honor of Robert C. Kiste (pp. 153-176). Honolulu: University of Hawai'i Press.

Ng, Geoffrey. (1990). The Chinese Language School in Hawaii. Chinese American Forum, 6(1): 6-8. [Silver Spring.]


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Pan, Lynn. (1998). The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas. Singapore: Archipelago Press and Landmark Books.

Penington, Alan H., The Road to Understanding. Suva: School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific.

Poston, Dudley L., Jr. and Yu Mei-yu. (1990). The Distribution of the Overseas Chinese in the Contemporary World. International Migration Review, 24(3): 480-508.


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Rakoto, Aporosa. (1972). The Fijian Welcoming Ceremony. Student essay, School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, Suva.

Reinecke, John E. (1979). Feigned Necessity: Hawaii's Attempt to Obtain Chinese Contract Labor, 1921-23. San Francisco: Chinese Materials Center.

Ritchie, Neville A. (1993). Form and Adaption: Nineteenth Century Chinese Miners' Dwellings in Southern New Zealand. In: Priscilla Wegars (Ed.), Hidden Heritage: Historical Archaeology of the Overseas Chinese (pp. 335-373). Amityville: Baywood.


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Sedgwick, Charles P. 1985. Persistence and Innovation: The Social Organization of the New Zealand Chinese 1866-1976. Journal of Comparative Family Studies, 16(2): 205-230. [Calgary.]

Seto, Benjamin Shew Fei. (1982). A Living Legacy: Interviews with the Hawaii Chinese Living Treasures. Edited by May Lee Yook Chung. Honolulu: Chinese Youth of Hawaii.

Shankman, Paul. (2004). South Seas Confidential: The Politics of Interethnic Relationships in Colonial Samoa. In V. S. Lockwood (Ed.), Globalization and Culture Change in the Pacific Islands (pp. 377-389). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall.

Shim, Walton K.T. (1988). The Pastor of Kula. In: Arlene Lum (Ed.), Sailing for the Sun: The Chinese in Hawaii, 1789-1889 (pp. 64-73). Honolulu: Three Heroes.

Stillman, Amy Ku'uleialoha. (1998). Musical Migrations: Chinese in Oceania. In: Adrienne L. Kaeppler and Jacob Wainwright Love (Ed.), The Garland Ecyclopedia of World Music, Volume 9: Australia and the Pacific Islands (pp. 96-97). New York: Garland Publishing.

Sinclair, J. (1998). Golden Gateway: Lae and the Province of Morobe. Bathurst: Crawford Publishing. [Includes some material on the Chinese community in Lae.]

Sui-lan, Huang. (1972). The Making of a Fiji Chinese. Student essay, School of Social and Economic Development, University of the South Pacific, Suva.


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Takaki Ronald. (1990). They Also Came: The Migration of Chinese and Japanese Women to Hawaii and the Continental United States. In: Chinese America: History and Perspectives: 3-19. [San Francisco.]

Tom, Nancy Y. W. (1986). The Chinese in Western Samoa, 1875-1985: The Dragon Came from Afar. Apia: Western Samoa Historical and Cultural Trust. Reviews: The Journal of the Polynesian Society, 98(4), 1989: 482-483 (by M. Meleisea); Pacific Studies, 14(2), 1991: 189-190 (by D. Munro).

T'sou, B.K. (n.d.). Distribution of Varieties of Chinese in the Greater Pacific Area.


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Willmot, Bill. (1995). Origins of the Chinese in the South Pacific. In: P. Mcgregor (Ed.), Histories of the Chinese in Australasia and the South Pacific (pp. 129-140). Melbourne: Museum of Chinese Australian History.

Willmot, Bill. (1996). Economic Role and Cultural Identity of Chinese in Pacific Island Countries. In: Xiao Xiaoqin and Li Dingguo (Ed.), Studies of Ethnic Chinese Economy (pp. 504-511). Shantou: Shantou University Press.

Willmot, Bill. (1996). Problems in the Historical Study of the Chinese in Fiji.

Willmot, Bill. (1998). Chinese Community in Fiji and Tahiti. In: Zhuang Guotu (Ed.), Ethnic Chinese at the Turn of the Century, Volume 2 (pp. 291-310). Xiamen: Fujian Provincial People's Publishing House.

Willmot, Bill. (1998). The South Pacific: Fiji, Nauru, New Caledonia, the Solomon Islands, Tahiti, Tonga, Vanuatu, Western Samoa. In: Lynn Pan (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas (pp. 292-296, 299-303). Singapore: Archipelago Press and Landmark Books for the Chinese Heritage Centre.

Willmot, Bill. (1999). Early History of the Chinese in Vanuatu 1844-1944. In: Brian Moloughney and Jim Ng (Ed.), Chinese in Australasia and the Pacific: Old and New Migrations and Cultural Change, Proceedings of New Zealand Conference of the Association for the Study of Chinese and their Descendants in Australasia and the Pacific Islands, Department of History, University of Otago, Dunedin, 20-21 November 1998 (pp. 241-249). Dunedin: Association for the Study of Chinese and their Descendants in Australasia and the Pacific Islands (ASCADAPI). Retrieved December 15, 2005, from the World Wide Web: http://www.stevenyoung.co.nz/chinesevoice/ChinConf/Title.html.

Willmot, Bill. (2005). A History of the Chinese Communities in Eastern Melanesia: Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, New Caledonia. Christchuch: Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury. Working Paper 12.

Wilson, Margaret. (1987-88). A History of the Chinese Business Community in Papua New Guinea. Research in Melanesia, 11/12: 26-33.

Wilson, Margaret. (1989). The Generous Face: Concepts of Personhood and Trade among the Papua New Guinea Chinese. PhD thesis, School of Economics and Political Science, London.

Wilson, Margaret. (1989). The Trader's Voice: PNG-born Chinese Business and the 1987 Elections. In: Michael Oliver (Ed.), Eleksin: The 1987 National Election in Papua New Guinea (pp. 99-108). Port Moresby: University of Papua New Guinea.

Wong, Judy A. (1963). The Distribution and Role of the Chinese in Fiji: A Geographical Study of an Immigrant Group in the Plural Society of Fiji. Sydney: Univeristy of Sydney.

Wood, M. (1995). 'White Skins', 'Real People' and Chinese in Some Spatial Transformations of the Western Province, PNG. Oceania, 66(1), 23-50.

Wu, Ching-ch'ao. (1974). Chinese Immigration in the Pacific Area: A Dissertation, the University of Chicago, 1926. San Francisco: R. and E. Research Associates.

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1974). An Immigrant Minority: The Adaptation of Chinese in Papua New Guinea. PhD thesis, Australian National University, Canberra.

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1974). To Kill Three Birds with One Stone: The Rotating Credit Associations of the Papua New Guinea Chinese. American Ethnologist, 1(3): 565-584.

Wu, David Yeh-ho. (1975). Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurship and Kinship Transformation: An Example from Papua New Guinea. Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, (39) (September): 85-105. [Taipei.]

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1977). Ethnicity and Adaptation: Overseas Chinese Entrepreneurship in Papua New Guinea. Southeast Asian Journal of Social Sciences, 5: 85-95. [Singapore.]

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1977). Intrusive Languages Other than English: Chinese. In: S.A. Wurm (Ed.), Language, Culture, Society and the Modern World, Volume 2: New Guinea Area (pp. 1047-1055). Canberra: Pacific Linguistics.

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1978). The Chinese in New Guinea: The Adaptation of an Immigrant Population. In Karen Ann Watson-Geheo and S. Lee Seaton (Ed.), Adaptation in Symbolism: Essays on Social Organization Presented to Sir Raymond Firth by His Students in the United States and Canada, 1968-1974 (pp. 101-123). Honolulu: University Press of Hawai'i.

Wu, David Yen-ho. (1982). The Chinese in Papua New Guines, 1880-1980. Hong Kong: Chinese University Press. Reviews Journal of Southeast Asian Studies, 15(1), 1984: 201-203 (by R.U. Moench); Journal of Asian Studies, 43(3), 1984: 612-613 (by J.T. Omohundro); Pacific Affairs, 56(3), 1983: 599-601 (by L. Suryadinata).

Wu, David. Yen-ho. (1998). The Chinese in Papua New Guinea: Diaspora Culture of the Late 20th Century. In: Wang Ling-chi and Wang Gungwu (Ed.), Essay to The Chinese Diaspora (pp. 11). Singapore: Times Academic Press.


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Yee, Sin Joan. (1974). The Chinese in the Pacific. Suva: South Pacific Social Sciences Association in association with the United Nations Development Programme. UNESCO Curriculum Development Project.

Young, Nancy Foon. (1972). Socialization Patterns among the Chinese of Hawaii. Amerasia Journal, 1(4): 31-51. [Los Angeles.]

Young, Nancy Foon. (1973). The Chinese in Hawaii: An Annotated Bibliography. Honolulu: Social Science Research Institute, University of Hawai'i. Distributed by the University Press of Hawai'i.


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Zuckerman, Steven B. (1978). Pake in Paradise: A Synthetic Study of Chinese Immigration to Hawaii. Bulletin of the Institute of Ethnology, Academia Sinica, (45): 39-80.


 
 

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