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Issue Details: First known date: 2005... 2005 East by South : China in the Australasian Imagination
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This anthology in two parts is a collection of some 19 articles by 19 writers from Australia and New Zealand. "An Introduction to Australasian Orientalism" was written by one of the editors. Part A: Australasian Sinophobia and Sinophilia is comprised of two sections Socio-Political Perspectives and Aesthetic Perspectives respectively, each section containing 6 essays. Part B: Alternatives to Australasian Orientalism is comprised of 6 essays also.

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  • Contents indexed selectively.
  • CONTENTS Preface Charles Ferrall, Paul Millar and Keren Smith An Introduction to Australasian Orientalism Charles Ferrall PART A: Australasian Sinophobia and Sinophilia Section 1: Socio-Political Perspectives 1 Sentimental Racism BY Mark Williams 2 The View from the Edge: Chinese Australians and China, 1890 to 1949 BY Paul Jones 3 The Misty Ways of Asia BY Noel Rowe 4 Writing out Asia: Race, Colonialism and Chinese Migration in New Zealand History BY Tony Ballantyne 5 Using the Past to Serve the Present: Renewing Australia's Invasion Anxiety BY Timothy Kendall 6 Godless Heathen: China in the American Bestseller BY David Walker Section 2: Aesthetic Perspectives 7 'Canton Bromides': The Chinese Presence in Twentieth-century New Zealand Fiction BY Paul Millar 8 'What lies beneath those strange rich surfaces?' Chinoiserie in Thorndon BY Duncan Campbell 9 Robin Hyde's Dragon Rampant and 1930s Travel Writing BY Jane Stafford 10 Performing Identity, Past and Present: Chinese Cultural Performance, New Year Celebrations, and the Heritage Industry BY Henry Johnson 11 How Post Are They Colonial: An Enquiry into Christopher Koch, Blanche d'Alpuget and Bruce Grant's Representation of Chinese in Recent 'Asian Writing' BY Ouyang Yu 12 Other Notes: Jack Body's Alley BY Dugal McKinnon 13 The Compass of Fashion BY Keren Smith PART B: Alternatives to Australasian Orientalism 14 Clara Law's Floating Life (Interview) BY Kylie Message 15 Inter Aliens: The Impact of China on the Creation of the Science Fiction Novel "The Eye of the Queen" BY Phil Mann 16 Cyber Space Freedom vs. Homeland Confinement: Virtual Chinese Communities and Diasporas BY Adam Lam 17 Beyond Colonial Casualties: Chinese Agency in the Australian Post/Colonial Endeavour BY Peta Stephenson 18 Translating Culture: Rethinking New Zealand's Chineseness BY Brian Moloughney 19 Behind the Mirror: Searching for the Chinese­Australian Self BY Wenche Ommundsen

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* Contents derived from the Wellington, Wellington (Region), North Island,
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Victoria University Press , 2005 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The View from the Edge : Chinese Australians and China, 1890-1949, Paul Jones , single work essay (p. 46-69)
The Misty Ways of Asia, Noel Rowe , single work essay (p. 70-86)
Using the Past to Serve the Present : Renewing Australia's Invasion Anxiety, Timothy Kendall , single work essay (p. 110-135)
How Post Are They Colonial? : An Enquiry into Christopher Koch, Blanche d'Alpuget and Bruce Grant's Representation of Chinese in Recent 'Asian Writing', Yu Ouyang , single work criticism (p. 243-261)
Behind the Mirror : Searching for the Chinese-Australian Self, Wenche Ommundsen , single work essay (p. 405-421)

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    China,
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    East Asia, South and East Asia, Asia,
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    Australia,
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    New Zealand,
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    Pacific Region,
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