Describes the lives of Chinese immigrants in Hawaii, and looks at their contributions to the development of the state.Describes the lives of Chinese immigrants in Hawaii, and looks at their contributions to the development of the state.Hide synopsis
Publisher: University of Hawaii, Center for Chinese Studies,
Description:the Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989. Terry K. W. Luke, photography...the Chinese in Hawaii 1789-1989. Terry K. W. Luke, photography editor. Gwen Yee Tanaka, art director and designer. Christie Lee Wong, photograph coordinator. Jacqueline d'Orazio, production director. With essays by: Toy Len Chang, Ah Jook Ku, Daniel W. Y. Kwok, Richard K. C. Lee, Yau Sing Leong, Victor Hao Li, Arlene Lum, Walton K. T. Shim, Eugene Tao, Nancy Y. W. Tom. 200p., profusely illus., 9.25x12" cloth boards in dj. A very good copy. Underwritten by the Hawaii National Bank.
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