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  • Editor's Preface
  • Huping Ling

In this issue, the journal is delighted to present a group of fine essays focusing on the Asian Pacific American experiences and Asian-Latino relations, especially on the story of mestizaje (the racial and cultural blending of peoples), in both historical and contemporary contexts. Together, they reflect the fast-growing scholarly endeavor on Asian-Latino interactions since the 1980s with an impressive and long list of rich work (see Introduction to the Special Issue). Rudy P. Guevarra Jr., assistant professor of Asian Pacific American studies at Arizona State University, served as editor of the Special Issue. G. Reginald Daniel, professor of sociology at the University of California, Santa Barbara, generously reviewed the essays and provided helpful comments for their revisions. The journal appreciates their hard work for bringing forth this issue to our readers. [End Page v]

Huping Ling
Truman State University


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