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Ao hua wen cui (shang juan)
Alternative title: Digest of Chinese Australian Literature - Volume 1
Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 澳华文萃 (上卷)
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Contents

* Contents derived from the Beijing,
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中国文联出版社 , 2003 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
检疫站的石碑, 千波 , 2003 single work essay
The author describes a visit to the Quarantine Station where she finds a stone tablet with inscriptions in Chinese of poetic fragments, which the author reproduces in her text. The stone tablet was erected in 1924 by Chinese arrivals to Australia.
(p. 1-3)
坐在海边, 千波 , 2003 single work essay
This essay describes the author's perception of Bondi Beach in Sydney. According to the author, Bondi Beach is both a violent and apathetic place, thus drastically different from the tourist destination portrayed in the media.
(p. 4-5)
, 千波 , 2003 single work essay
In this essay, the author expresses her love of naturalness embodied in the nude figures in paintings.
(p. 5-6)
喝咖啡, 千波 , 2003 single work essay
Citing the practice of drinking coffee as an example, the author talks about the difference between Chinese and Australians in their attitudes towards consumption.
(p. 7-8)
犹太老人和鸽子, 李明晏 , 2003 single work short story (p. 10-15)
苏姗和她的母亲, 李明晏 , 2003 single work short story (p. 15-18)
星期鞋, 李明晏 , 2003 single work short story (p. 18-20)
紧急呼叫000, 李明晏 , 2003 single work short story (p. 21-23)
归宿, 一翔 , 2003 single work essay
This essay describes the last days of an old Chinese man in Brisbane.
(p. 24-26)
豆浆, 一翔 , 2003 single work essay
The author writes about how her late father took pains to buy soy milk for her in China.
(p. 26-27)
沟通, 一翔 , 2003 single work essay
The author describes the harmonious relationship between human beings and animals, birds in particular.
(p. 27-29)
我能看清了, 袁雪尘 , 2003 single work essay
The author describes with emotion how Australians helped him to treat his vision impairment as well as to assimilate into Australian society during the early stages of his migration.
(p. 30-33)
枇杷课, 袁雪尘 , 2003 single work essay
The author argues in this essay that Australians are law-abiding people through the fact that nobody stole the loquats he had grown.
(p. 33-36)
五百元美金, 袁雪尘 , 2003 single work essay
The author describes his family as happy, caring and harmonious.
(p. 37-39)
难忘的一次谈话, 袁雪尘 , 2003 single work essay
The author relates his experience of being interviewed by an Australian immigration officer.
(p. 39-41)
月亮老太, 萧蔚 , 2003 single work short story
This story relates a jovial encounter between a medical doctor of Chinese origin and an old but lovely Australian lady who is learning Mandarin.
(p. 42-44)
欧文先生寻找大白猫, 萧蔚 , 2003 single work short story
This short story is about how Mr Owen, a lonely windower, loses and finds his beloved cat left by his late wife.
(p. 44-50)
相会在台北, 张奥列 , 2003 single work essay
The author decribes his first-time meeting with his two uncles in Taiwan while attending a conference there.
(p. 51-54)
澳洲中文的混乱, 张奥列 , 2003 single work essay
The author describes a situation in which Chinese people in Australia misunderstand each other due to differences in language expressions.
(p. 54-55)
简繁的差别, 张奥列 , 2003 single work essay
The author expresses his concern about the fact that the difference between simplified and traditional Chinese characters leads to misunderstanding among Chinese Australians.
(p. 55-56)

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Language: Chinese
Last amended 4 Nov 2012 15:01:40
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    East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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