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Issue Details: First known date: 2003... 2003 A Chinaman in the Woodpile - or a Blackfella in the House?
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John Ah Kit writes about his Aboriginal and Chinese heritage and his involvement in politics.



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    y separately published work icon Lost in the Whitewash : Aboriginal-Asian Encounters in Australia, 1901-2001 Penny Edwards (editor), Yuanfang Shen (editor), Canberra : Australian National University, Humanities Research Centre , 2003 Z1363989 2003 anthology criticism autobiography poetry art work This collection of essays 'unravels the intricate web of human encounters, spiritual exchanges and cultural traffic between Indigenous peoples and Asians in 19th and 20th-century Australia.' Source: Publisher's blurb Canberra : Australian National University, Humanities Research Centre , 2003 pg. 115-124
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