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The following panels were sponsored by the Lawrence Choy Lowe Memorial Fund and the Poon Foundation. They were open to the public.

OCTOBER 7 (Friday), 1:45-3:00 P.M. (3C) CHINESE LANGUAGE PANEL [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

"The Current Status of and Opportunities for Chinese American Literary Writings in the Chinese Language" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

An introduction to Chinese American literary writings in the Chinese language, from works written by 19th century Chinese laborers to those written by 21st century Chinese students and immigrants in the United States. [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Chair [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]: Maurice Chuck, publisher, Literati Magazine [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Panelists [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]: Frank Cheng, Associate Editor, Literati Magazine [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Ray Lau, President, Chinese Literature and Art Association in America [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Ziyi Liu, Editor-in-Chief, Literati Magazine [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

OCTOBER 7 (Friday), 3:15-4:30 P.M. (4C) BILINGUAL PANEL [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

"Chinese American Political Identities" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Moderator [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]:

Madeline Y. Hsu, PhD, Associate Professor of Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Panelists [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]: Peter Kwong, PhD, Professor of Asian American Studies, Hunter College and Professor of Sociology, Graduate Center, City University of New York [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

PAPER: "Changing Geographic and Economic Mobility of Chinese Americans: What Does That Mean to the Civil Rights Agenda and How Does It Affect US-China Relations?" (English) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Pei-te Lien, PhD, Associate Professor of Political Science and Ethnic Studies, University of Utah [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

PAPER: "Taiwanese Americans and the 'New' Homeland Politics in Chinese America" (English) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

L. Ling-chi Wang, Professor of Ethnic Studies, University of California at Berkeley [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

PAPER: "Race, Space, and Class in Chinese America: Toward a Civil Rights Agenda" (English) [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]

Zhang Yinglong, PhD, Professor, Institute of Overseas Chinese Studies, Ji'nan University, Guangzhou, People's Republic of China [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE...

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