Nbr. 2018, January 2018
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- Editor's Introduction.
- Institutionalizing Charity: Hong Kong and the Homebound Burial of Chinese Americans, 1900-1949.
- Transpacific Subjectivities: "Chinese"--Latin American Literature after Empire.
- Chinese Exclusion, the First Bureau of Immigration, and the 1905 Special Chinese Census: Registered, Counted, Arrested, Deported--1892-1906.
- Orientalist Soundscapes, Barred Zones, and Irving Berlin's China.
- A Forgotten Woman: The Pioneer Chinese American Acupuncturist Shui Wan Wu (1927-1983).
- A Little China Leader, a Brothel Owner, and Their Clashing American Dreams in Gold Rush San Francisco.
- Artifacts Spark Stories: Archaeology and Oral History at Stanford's Arboretum Chinese Quarters.
- Using Personal Narratives to Reposition and Reimagine "the Chinese American Experience" in American History and Culture.
- Hakka American Associations and Their Online Discourses: A Case Study of the Taiwan Council Global Website.
- Rolland Lowe: The Roots and Life of a Community Leader.
- The New Chinese Diaspora: Embracing the Model Minority and Perpetual Foreigner?