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  Volume 4, Number 1, May 2008

Table of Contents

Editor's Note

p. v
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Articles

Feature: The Chinese in South Africa

Karen L. Harris, Guest Editor

Changing Roles, Continuing Ideas: Tan Kah Kee in 1949 and 1950

pp. 1-19
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Guest Editor's Introduction

p. 21
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In the Pink of Health or the Yellow of Condition?: Chinese Workers, Colonial Medicine and the Journey to South Africa, 1904–1907

pp. 23-50
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From Demand for Asiatic Labor to Importation of Indentured Chinese Labor: Race Identity in the Recruitment of Unskilled Labor for South Africa's Gold Mining Industry, 1903–1910

pp. 51-68
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State, Myth, and Agency in the Construction of Chinese South African Identities, 1948–1994

pp. 69-90
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Chinese Migration and China's Foreign Policy in Africa

pp. 91-109
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Reports

The Estate of a Chinese Woman in the Mid-Eighteenth Century at the Cape of Good Hope

pp. 111-126
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Reconciling with History: The Chinese-Canadian Head Tax Redress

pp. 127-140
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Book Reviews

All Under Heaven — The Story of a Chinese Family in South Africa (review)

pp. 141-142
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Huozai biechu. Xianggang Yinni huaren koushu lishi (Life is Elsewhere: Stories of the Indonesian Chinese in Hong Kong) (review)

pp. 143-146
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Chinese Migrants and Internationalism: Forgotten Histories, 1917–1945 (review)

pp. 147-149
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Chinese in Eastern Europe and Russia: A Middleman Minority in a Transnational Era (review)

pp. 150-153
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The Business of Politics and Ethnicity: A History of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce and Industry (review)

pp. 154-156
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Book News

Book News

pp. 157-158
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Research Areas

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