The Collected Writings of the Master Archivist

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Bibliography of Published Writings by Him Mark Lai

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1967

“Early Trans-Pacific Contacts: 499 A.D. Monk’s Tale—Was Fu-sang America?” East/West: Chinese American Journal, December 1, 1967, p. 5.

1968

“Chinese Pioneers in the 19th Century,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 3, 1968, p. 2.

“Zao qi Hua ren lai Meiguo de qing kuang“ 早期華人來美國的情況 [Chinese pioneers in America], Dong xi bao 東西報, January 3, 1968, p. 15.

“More on Pioneers,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 10, 1968, p. 2.

“The Cantonese: Why They Came,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 21, 1968, p. 5.

“Zao qi Hua ren lai Mei de dong ji“ 早期華人來美的動機 [Chinese pioneers: why they came to America], Dong xi bao 東西報, February 21, 1968, p. 12.

“The Honeymoon: Era of Good Feeling,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, March 20, 1968, p. 5; April 3, 1968, p. 5.

“Chinese in the Mining Districts,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, May 8, 1968, p. 5; June 12, 1968, p. 5; July 31, 1968, p. 5.

“Huang jin chao chu qi de Hua ren” 黃金朝初期的華人 [Early Chinese in the mining districts], Dong xi bao 東西報, May 8, 1968, p. 13.

“Jin kuang de pai hua xing dong” 金礦的排華行動 [Chinese exclusion in the gold mines], Dong xi bao 東西報, June 12, 1968, p. 14.

“Tao jin meng” 淘金夢 [Dreams of gold]. Dong xi bao 東西報, July 31, 1968, p. 14; August 14, 1968, p. 14.

“Pilgrimage to the Golden Hills,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, September 11, 1968, p. 5.

“Yuan she chong yang luo ji Jinshan” 遠涉重洋落跡金山 [Traveling across the ocean to the Golden Hills], Dong xi bao 東西報, September 11, 1968, p. 13.

“The Chinese and the Railroads,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, October 16, 1968, p. 5; November 6, 1968, p. 5; December 4, 1968, p. 5.

“Hua gong jian zhu tie lu, gong ji yong chui bu xiu” 華工建築鐵路, 功跡永垂不朽[Chinese railroad builders, forever immortalized], Dong xi bao 東西報, October 16, 1968, p. 9; November 6, 1968, p. 9; November 13, 1968, p. 9; November 20, 1968, pp. 14-15.

“Zhu lu Hua gong de zi shu”築路華工的自述[Reminiscences of a Chinese railroad worker], Dong xi bao 東西報, November 27, 1968, p. 9.

1969

“Chinese Big Role in Reclaiming Wastelands,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, May 14, 1969, pp. 1-2.

“Chinese in the Fields,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 9, 1969, p. 2.

“Chinese on the Land,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, September 10, 1969, p. 2.

“Chinatown Garment Industry Started a Hundred Years Ago,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, December 3, 1969, p. 7.

A History of the Chinese in California: A Syllabus. With Thomas W. Chinn and Philip P. Choy. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1969.

1970

“Asters and Mums: Yellow Flower Power,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, June 24, 1970, p. 5.

“Man Quong Fong, Octogenarian Pioneer, A Man of Many Enterprises,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, September 9, 1970, pp. 8-9.

“Kua guo liang ge shi jie: cong Kuang Wenguang xian sheng zhuan ji kan qiao she xing tai” 跨過兩個世界:從鄺文光先生傳記看僑社形態[Across two worlds: the overseas Chinese community from the perspective of Mr. Man Quong Fong’s biography], Dong xi bao 東西報, August 26, 1970, p. 16; September 2, 1970, p. 16; September 9, 1970, p. 16; September 16, 1970, p. 16; September 23, 1970, p. 16.

1971

“Reminiscences of an Old Chinese Railroad Worker,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, May 5, 1971, p. 6.

“The Chinese in Public School,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, August 18, 1971, p. 5; September 1, 1971, p. 5; September 8, 1971, p. 5.

Outlines: History of the Chinese in America. With Philip P. Choy. San Francisco: Chinese American Studies Planning Group, 1971.

1972

“Spring Couplets,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 9, 1972, p. 6.

“History of Chinese New Year,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 16, 1972, p. 6.

“A Historical Survey of Organizations of the Left Among the Chinese in America,” Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars, vol. 4, no. 3, Fall 1972, pp. 10–20.

1973

“The Drama Movement in San Francisco’s Chinatown,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, April 4, 1973, p. 9.

“Lue Gim Gong, Wonder-Grower,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 11, 1973, pp. 5-6.

“Ah Bing and the Cherry,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, August 8, 1973, p. 6.

“The Rise and Decline of China Alley, Hanford,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, September 12, 1973, p. 7.

1974

“Chinese Hospital: An Institution of, for, and by the Chinese Community,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 16, 1974, pp. 6-7.

“Dong hua Yi yuan de guo qu xian zai yu jiang lai” ”東華醫院的過去現在與將來 [Chinese Hospital’s past, present, and future], Dong xi bao 東西報, January 16, 1974, p. 10.

“From H. M. Lai’s Files,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 27, 1974, p. 2.

“In Unity There Is Strength: Chinese Workers’ Fight for a Better Life,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, May 1, 1974, pp. 6, 7, 8.

“Early Chinese Americans and the Right to Vote,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, October 30, 1974, p. 3.

“Hua yi xuan min tou biao shi lue” 華裔選民投標史略 [A brief history of Chinese Americans and the right to vote], Dong xi bao 東西報, October 30, 1974, p. 12.

1975

A History of the Sam Yup Benevolent Association of San Francisco, 18501974旅美三邑總會館簡史. With Yuk Ow 區寵賜and Philip P. Choy 胡垣坤. San Francisco: Sam Yup Benevolent Association, 1975.

1976

“Blood and Sweat in the Golden Mountains,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 1, 1976, pp. 1, 3, 4-6.

“Hua ren kai ken Mei xi xue han shi” 華人開墾美西血汗史[Chinese blood and sweat in reclaiming the American West],Dong xi bao 東西報, January 1, 1976, pp. 15-20.

“The Chinese Experience at Angel Island,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 11, 1976, pp. 1-2; February 18, 1976, pp. 1, 4; February 25, 1976, pp. 1-2.

“Tianshi dao cang sang shi” 天使島滄桑史 [History of Angel Island], Dong xi bao 東西報, February 11, 1976, pp. 15-16; February 18, 1976, pp. 12, 15-16; February 25, 1976, pp. 14, 15-16.

“A Brief History of the Chinese World,” Bulletin (Chinese Historical Society of America), December 1976, p. __.

“A Historical Survey of the Chinese Left in America,” in Counterpoint: Perspectives on Asian America, ed. Emma Gee. Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1976, pp. 63-80.

“Chinese Politics and the U.S. Chinese Communities,” in Counterpoint: Perspectives on Asian America, ed. Emma Gee. Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1976, pp. 152-59.

1977

“Growing Wings on the Dragon,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 26, 1977, pp. 1, 7.

“Ju Mei Hua yi de fei xing xian qu zhe” 居美華裔的飛行先驅者 [Pioneering Chinese aviators in America]. Dong xi bao 東西報, January 26, 1977, p. 15.

“The Angel Island Immigration Station,” Bridge Magazine, April 1977, pp. 4–8.

Chinese Newspapers Published in North America, 18541975 美加圖書館庋藏北美洲中文報聯合目錄. With Karl Lo 盧國邦. Washington, DC: Center for Chinese Research Materials, Association of Research Libraries, 1977.

1978

“The Chinese Language Sources Bibliography Project: Preliminary Findings,” Amerasia Journal, vol. 5, no. 2, 1978, pp. 95–107.

“Island of Immortals: The Chinese and the Angel Island Immigration Station,” California History, vol. 57, no. 1, Spring 1978, pp. 88–103.

1980

“Chinese,” in Harvard Encyclopedia of American Ethnic Groups, ed. Stephan Thernstrom. Cambridge, MA: Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 1980, pp. 217-234.

Chinese of America, 17851980 甘苦滄桑兩百年. With Joe Huang and Don Wong. San Francisco: Chinese Culture Foundation, 1980.

Island: Poetry and History of Chinese Immigrants on Angel Island, 19101940埃崙詩集. With Genny Lim and Judy Yung. San Francisco: HOC-DOI, Chinese Culture Foundation, 1980.

1980–1

“Roots and Linkages: A Journey through the Pearl River Delta,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, March 19, 1980, p. 5; March 26, 1980, pp. 6-7; April 9, 1980, p, 6; April 16,1980, p. 6; April 23, 1980, p. 7; June 25, 1980, p. 8; July 2, 1980, p. 8; September 10, 1980, pp. 10-12; December 10, 1980, p. 9; January 7, 1981, pp. 3, 18; February 4, 1981, pp. 6-7.

1980–4

“Meiguo Hua qiao jian shi”美國華僑簡史 [A short history of the Chinese in America]. Shi dai bao 時代報, San Francisco Journal, April 2, 1980–November 13, 1984.

1981

“A Memorable Day 70 Years Ago,” Bulletin (Chinese Historical Society of America), October–November, 1981, p. __.

1982

“The Chinese Exclusion Act: A Centennial,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, January 27, 1982, pp. 8-9.

“Guangdong: The Heritage of 17.5 Million Overseas Chinese,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 7, 1982, pp. 6, 10.

“The Chinese Exclusion Act: Observations of a Centennial,” Amerasia Journal, vol. 9, no. 1, Spring/Summer 1982, pp. 1–4.

1983

“19 shi ji Meiguo Hua wen bao ye xiao shi”十九世紀美國華文報業小史 [A short history of the Chinese American press in the nineteenth century]. Hua qiao li shi xue hui tong xin華僑歷史學會通訊, Beijing, vol. 2, June 1983, pp. 26–33.

1984

“Some Notes on the Research on Overseas Chinese History in China in Recent Years,” Bulletin (Chinese Historical Society of America), November 1984, p. __.

“Sprouting Wings on the Dragon: Some Chinese Americans Who Contributed to the Development of Aviation in China,” Annals of the Chinese Historical Society of the Pacific Northwest, 1984, pp. 179–83.

1985

“Walter U. Lum: Chinese American Pioneer and Civil Rights Leader,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 27, 1985, pp. 8-9.

“South of Sahara Chinese Have 1,300 Year History,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, October 9, 1985, pp. 1, 7.

“Sahala sha mo yi nan tan Hua ren bai nian ping zong” 沙哈拉沙漠以南探華人百年萍踪 [Exploring the history of Chinese south of the Sahara desert], Dong xi bao 東西報, October 9, 1985, p. 20.

“Americans from Taiwan: A Rapidly Growing Community,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, November 20, 1985, p. 4.

“Yi ge zhu jian zeng zhang de xin she qu: Taiwan yi min” 一個逐漸增長的新社區: 台灣移民[Taiwanese immigrants: a rapidly growing community], Dong xi bao 東西報, November 20, 1985, p. 20.

“The Overseas Chinese: Their Sun Never Sets,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, November 27, 1985, p. 10.

“Bu luo de hong ri: hai wai Huaren zong lun” 不落的紅日: 海外華人綜論[The Overseas Chinese: Their Sun Never Sets]. Dong xi bao 東西報, November 27, 1985, pp. 19-20.

1986

“Spring Festival Time in Modern Guangzhou,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 6, 1986, p. 10.

“The Chinese Expulsion from Seattle in 1886,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, February 20, 1986, p. 10.

“Roots and Chinese American Heritage,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, April 24, 1986, p. 7.

“Overseas Chinese Have Played Major Role in Educational Progress in Guangdong,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, March 6, 1986, p. 8.

“Chinese-Language TV Flourishes in Bay Area: 36 Hours Weekly in Cantonese and Mandarin,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 10, 1986, pp. 8-9.

“Chinese Word Processing Joins America’s Computer Revolution,” with Max Millard, East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 31, 1986, pp. 8-9.

“The Ups and Downs of the Chinese Press in the U.S.,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, November 20, 1986, pp. 9-10.

“China Revisited, 1986: ‘The Chinese of America Exhibit in the PRC’” East/West: Chinese American Journal, November 27, 1986, p. 8.

“Chinese of America Exhibit in China,” Bulletin (Chinese Historical Society of America), December 1986, p. __.

“Jian shuo zai Mei Hua ren li shi de yan jiu” 簡說在美華人歷史的研究 [Notes on Chinese American studies]. With Wei Chi Poon 余慧子. Qiao shi xue bao僑史學報, Journal of Overseas Chinese History, Guangzhou, December 1986, pp. 27-34.

“Notes on Chinese American Historical Research in the United States,” with Wei Chi Poon, Amerasia Journal, vol. 12, no. 2, 1986, pp. 101–11.

A History Reclaimed: An Annotated Bibliography of Chinese Language Materials on the Chinese of America關於美國華人的中文資料提要. Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1986.

1987

“Historical Development of the Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association/Huiguan System,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1987, pp. 13–51.

“The Chinese American Press,” in The Ethnic Press in the United States: A Historical Analysis and Handbook, ed. Sally M. Miller. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 1987, pp. 27-43.

Preface to Jinshan lu man man金山路漫漫 [The road to the golden mountain is very long], trans. Cui Shuzhi 崔樹芝. Beijing: Xin hua chu ban she 新華出版社, 1987. (Translation of A Place Called Chinese America by Diane Mei Lin Mark and Ginger Chih.)

1988

“Chinese American Studies: A Historical Survey,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1988, pp. 11–29.

1989

“Chronology of Modern Chinese Student Protest Movements,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, June 15, 1989, p. 10.

“An Historical Overview of Popular Protests in China and Repression,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, July 13, 1989, pp. 10-14.

“China Events Leave Some Chinese Newspapers Split and Confused,” East/West: Chinese American Journal, August 10, 1989, pp. 10-11.

“Yi ge di er dai Hua ren de zi shu” 一個第二代華人的自述[Autobiography of a second-generation Chinese], Qiao shi xue bao僑史學報, Journal of Overseas Chinese History, Guangzhou, June 1989, pp. 94-100; September 1989, pp. 34-39.

1990

“The Chinese Press in the United States and Canada since World War II: A Diversity of Voices,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1990, pp. 107–55.

1991

“The Guangdong Historical Background, with Emphasis on the Development of the Pearl River Delta Region,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1991, pp. 75–99.

“The Kuomintang in Chinese American Communities before World War II,” in Entry Denied: Exclusion and the Chinese Community in America, ed. Sucheng Chan. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991, pp. 170-212.

“Mei ji Hua ren xue zhe Mai Liqian zi zhuan” 美籍華人學者麥禮謙自傳[Autobiography of the Chinese American scholar Him Mark Lai], Hai wai Hua ren she hui ke xue jia zhuan ji 海外華人社會科學家傳記[Biographies of social scientists among Chinese abroad], ed. Zhu Jieqin 朱杰勤. Guangzhou: Guangdong ren min chu ban she 廣東人民出版社, 1991, pp. 165-192.

Review of Revolutionaries, Monarchists, and Chinatown: Chinese Politics in the Americas and the 1911 Revolution, by L. Eve Armentrout Ma, B.C. Studies, vol. 90, Summer 1991.

Hu Jingnan wen ji胡景南文集[Selected essays of Gilbert Woo]. Hong Kong: Hong Kong Publishing Company, 1991.

1992

“To Bring Forth a New China, To Build a Better America: The Chinese Marxist Left in America to the 1960s,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1992, pp. 3–82.

“A Voice of Reason: Life and Times of Gilbert Woo, Chinese American Journalist,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1992, pp.83–123.

“Occupational Structures of Chinese Immigrants in Early Malaya and North America,” with Mark Lau Fong, Southeast Asian Journal of Social Science (Singapore),vol. 20, no. 1, 1992, pp. 43-66.

Cong Hua qiao dao Hua ren: er shi shi ji Meiguo Hua ren she hui fa zhan shi從華僑到華人: 二十世紀美國華人社會發展史 [From overseas Chinese to Chinese American: A history of the development of Chinese American society during the twentieth century]. Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Company, 1992.

1993

Chinese in America: A Photographic Exhibition Catalog. With Eileen Seeto Collins. Millbrae, CA: Nan Hai Company, 1993.

“Meiguo de yi ge Hua ren tong xiang she qun: zu ji Guangdong Hua Xian Hua ren de fa zhan shi” 美國的一個華人同鄉社群: 族籍廣東花縣華人的發展史[A fellow townsmen group in the United States: History of the development of the Chinese of Hua Xian, Guangdong ancestry], Zhongguo hai yang fa zhan shi lun wen ji 中國海洋發展史論文集 [Essays in Chinese maritime history], Vol. 5. Nankang, Taiwan: Sun Yat-Sen Institute for Social Sciences and Philosophy, Academia Sinica, 1993, pp. 561-603.

“Jia zhou Hua Xian ren she qu jian shi” 加州花縣人社區簡史 [A short history of the Hua Xian community in California], Hua qiao Hua ren li shi yan jiu 華僑華人歷史研究 [Overseas Chinese history studies]. Beijing: Overseas Chinese History Research Institute and Overseas Chinese Historical Society, 1990-92, pp. 57-60.

“Meiguo Hua ren li shi yu she hui de yan jiu zai di er ci shi jie da zhan hou de fa zhan”美國華人歷史與社會的研究在第二次世界大戰後的發展 [The development of research in America on Chinese American history and society after World War II], Hua qiao Hua ren li shi yan jiu華僑華人歷史研究[Overseas Chinese history studies]. Beijing: Overseas Chinese History Research Institute and Overseas Chinese Historical Society, 1993, pp. 14-22.

“Za tan Zhongguo chu qi hang kong shi de yan jiu” 雜談中國初期航空史的研究 [Miscellaneous aspects in the study of early aviation history in China], Taishan jin dai hang kong ren wu lu台山近代航空人物錄 [Taishanese connected with aviation in modern times], by Liu Zhongmin 劉重民. Taishan: Overseas Chinese Historical Society of Taishan, 1993, pp. 1-4.

Review of Hai wai yi min yu Hua ren she hui海外移民與華人社會[Overseas immigration and the Chinese society], by Wu Chien-shiung 吳劍雄. The Continent Magazine大陸雜誌 (Taipei, Taiwan), vol. 87, no. 4, October 1993.

Brief review of Meiguo Hua qiao shi美國華僑史[History of the Chinese in America], by Yang Guobiao 楊國標. Qiao shi xue bao僑史學報, Journal of Overseas Chinese History, Guangzhou, 1993.

1994

“Chinese Regional Solidarity: Case Study of the Hua Xian (Fa Yuen)Community in California,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1994, pp. 19–60.

“Meiguo ‘Yue Mian Liao’ Hua ren tong xiang zu zhi chu tan” 美國越棉寮華人同鄉組織初探 [A first probe into fellow townsmen organizations of Chinese in America from Vietnam, Cambodia, and Laos], Overseas Chinese History of Ba gui 八桂僑刊, Nanning, no. 2, 1994, pp. ____.

“Unfinished Business: The Confession Program,” in The Repeal and Its Legacy: Proceedings of the Conference Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the Repeal of the Exclusion Acts. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America and Asian American Studies, San Francisco State University, 1994, pp. 47-57.

“Chinese American History: Achievements, Problems, Prospects,” in Origins and Destinations: 41 Essays on Chinese America. Los Angeles: Chinese Historical Society of Southern California and UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1994, pp. 17-27.

1995

Thirty Years of the Chinese Culture Foundation and Twenty-two Years of the Chinese Culture Center of San Francisco. San Francisco: Chinese Culture Foundation, 1995.

“A Tale of Two Brothers: Jung Oi-won and Ming S. Jung,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1995, pp.29–73.

The Asian American Encyclopedia, ed. Franklin Ng. New York: Marshall Cavendish, 1995 (contributed 38 articles as consulting editor).

Preface to Da ying jia: 100 wei ding jian Hua ren 大贏家:一百位頂尖華人 [The ultimate winners], by Liu Xiaoli (Lily Liu) 劉曉莉. Millbrae, CA: Think Big Publishing Company, 1995.

1996

“Chinese Organizations in America Based on Locality of Origin and/or Dialect-Group Affiliation, 1940s–1990s,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1996, pp. 19–92.

1997

“Roles Played by Chinese in America during China’s Resistance to Japanese Aggression and during World War II,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1997, pp. 75–128.

“Chinese in America and the War of Resistance against Japan,” in Papers of the International Conference on the Fiftieth Anniversary of the War of Resistance. Taipei: Academia Historica, 1997, pp. ___.

1998

“Potato King and Film Producer, Flower Growers, Professionals, and Activists: The Huangliang DuCommunity in Northern California,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1998, pp. 1–24.

“Chinese Communities: The United States,” in The Encyclopedia of the Chinese Overseas, ed. Lynn Pan. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1998, pp. 261-73. Chinese edition translated by Choi Kwai Keong. Hong Kong: Joint Publishing Company, 1998.

“Developments in Chinese Community Organizations in the U.S. since World War II,” in The Chinese Diaspora: Selected Essays, Vol. 1, ed.L. Ling-chi Wang and Wang Gungwu. Singapore: Times Academic Press, 1998, pp. 196-267.

Foreword to Chinese American Names,by Emma Woo Louie. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 1998.

Prefaceto Bury My Bones in America,byLani Ah Tye Farkas. Nevada City, CA: Carl Mautz Publishing, 1998.

1999

“China and the Chinese American Community: The Political Dimension,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 1999, pp. 1–32.

Hua qiao Hua ren bai ke quan shu: jiao yu ke ji juan華僑華人百科全書: 教育科技卷[Encyclopedia of Chinese overseas: Volume on education, science, and technology]. Beijing: Zhongguo Hua qiao chu ban she 中國華僑出版社, 1999 (contributed articles on Chinese schools in the Americas and Hawai’i, scientific and technical organizations, and educational foundations).

Review of Closing the Gate: Race, Politics, and the Chinese Exclusion Act, byAndrew Gyory. California History, vol. 78, no. 4, Winter 1999, pp. 290–1.

2000

A History of the Sam Yup Benevolent Association in the United States 旅美三邑總會館史略, rev. ed. with Yuk Ow 區寵賜and Philip P. Choy 胡垣坤. San Francisco: Sam Yup Benevolent Association, 2000 (wrote English article, pp. 1-74).

“Retention of the Chinese Heritage: Chinese Schools in America before World War II,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2000, pp. 10–31.

“The Report Transmitting the Register of Schools of Overseas Chinese in North America to the Ministry of Education, Second Year of the Xuantong Reign Era [1910],” Trans. with Ellen L. S. Yeung. Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2000, pp.49–53.

“Musings of a Chinese American Historian,” Amerasia Journal, vol. 26, no. 1, 2000, pp. 1–30.

“Transmitting the Chinese Heritage: Chinese Schools in the United States Mainland and Hawaii,” in Intercultural Relations, Cultural Transformation, and Identity: The Ethnic Chinese, ed.Teresita Ang See. Manila: Kaisa Para Sa Kaunlaran, 2000, pp. 124-58.

2001

“Retention of the Chinese Heritage, Part II: Chinese Schools in America, World War II to the Present,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2001, pp. 1–30.

“Aerospace to Cyberspace, Honoring Chinese Americans in Science and Technology: In the Beginning, from the Nineteenth Century through the 1960s,” in Aerospace to Cyberspace: Chinese Historical Society of America 38th Anniversary Luncheon Celebration. San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 2001, pp. 14-22.

Foreword to Bridging the Centuries: History of Chinese Americans in Southern California. Los Angeles: Chinese Historical Society of Southern California, 2001.

Review of Gan lan Gui guan de zhao huan: can jia Xibanya nei zhan de Zhongguo ren, 19361939橄欖桂冠的召喚: 參加西班牙内戰的中國人[The call of Spain: The Chinese volunteers in the Spanish Civil War], by Ni Huiru 倪慧如 and Zheng Ningyuan 鄒寧遠, The Volunteer, 2001.

Review of Sucheng Chan’s Entry Denied, Andrew Gyory’s Closing the Gate, and Renqiu Yu’s To Save China, To Save Ourselves. Shi jie Hua qiao Hua ren bai ke quan shu: zhu zuo xue shu juan世界華僑華人百科全書:著作學術卷[Encyclopedia of Chinese overseas: volume on academic works]. Beijing: Zhongguo Huaqiao chubanshe 中國華僑出版社, 2001.

2002

“Development of Chinese Schools in America after World War II,” Essays on Ethnic Chinese Abroad, Vol. III, Culture, Education and Identity,ed.Tsun-Wu Chang and Shi-Yeoung Tang. Taipei: Overseas Chinese Association, 2002, pp. 125-45.

“The ‘In Search of Roots’ Program: Constructing Identity through Family History Research and a Journey to the Ancestral Land,” with Albert Cheng, in The Chinese in America: A History from Gold Mountain to the New Millennium,ed. Susie Lan Cassel. Walnut Creek, CA: Alta Mira Press, 2002, pp. 293-307.

“Zhong hua chuan tong de cun xu: er zhan qian Meiguo hua wen xue xiao yan jiu” 中華傳統的存續: 二戰前美國華文學校研究 [Retention of the Chinese heritage: Chinese schools in America], Shi jie Hua qiao Hua ren bai ke quan shu: zong lun華僑華人百科全書:總論 [Encyclopedia of Chinese overseas: Volume on general studies]. Beijing: Zhongguo Hua qiao chu ban she 中國華僑出版社, 2002, pp. 641-58.

Foreword to The Expanding Roles of Chinese Americans in U.S.-China Relations: Transnational Networks and Trans-Pacific Interactions, ed.Peter H. Koehn and Xiao-huang Yin. Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 2002.

Introduction to Chinese Americans and U.S.-China Relations: Presence and Promise for the Pacific Century, by Peter H. Koehn and Xiao-Huang Yin. Armonk, NY: M.E. Sharpe, 2002.

Review of Asian Americans and Politics: Perspectives, Experiences, and Prospects,by Gordon H. Chang. California History, vol. 81, no 1, 2002, p. 67.

2003

“The 1903 Anti-Chinese Riot in Tonopah, Nevada, from a Chinese Perspective: Two Letters Published in the Chung Sai Yat Po,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2003, pp. 47–52.

Review of Chinese Migrant Networks and Cultural Change: Peru, Chicago, Hawai’i, 1900–1936, by Adam McKeown. Journal of Interdisciplinary History, vol. 33, no. 4, Spring 2003, pp. 672–3.

2004

“The Chinese-Marxist Left, Chinese Students and Scholars in America, and the New China: Mid-1940s to Mid-1950s,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2004, pp.7–27.

“The Wenzhouese Community in New York City,” with John T. Ma, Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2004, pp. 43-56.

Becoming Chinese American: A History of Communities and Institutions.New York: Alta Mira Press, 2004.

2005

“A Brief Historical Overview of Wen Xiongfei’s Times” and “Founding of the Chinese Revolutionary League in America,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2005, pp. 19–42.

2006

“Teaching Chinese Americans to be Chinese: Curriculum, Teachers, and Textbooks in Chinese Schools in America during the Exclusion Era,” in Chinese American Transnationalism: The Flow of People, Resources, and Ideas between China and America during the Exclusion Era, ed. Sucheng Chan. Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2006, pp. 194-210.

ChineseAmericanVoices: From the Gold Rush to the Present.With Judy Yung and Gordon Chang. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006.

2007

“Twenty Years of Chinese America: History and Perspectives,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2007, pp. 1–2.

2008

“Guilds, Unions, and Garment Factories: Notes on Chinese inthe Apparel Industry,” with Russell Jeung. Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2008, pp.1–10.

“Chinese Guilds in the Apparel Industry of San Francisco” and “History of Meizhou Gongyi Tongmeng Zonghui(Unionist Guild of America),” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2008, pp. 17–28.

“Planning and Teaching the First Course in Chinese American History,” in At 40: Asian American Studies at San Francisco State. San Francisco: Asian American Studies Department, San Francisco State University.

2009

“The Life and Times of Benjamin Fee” and “Selections from Collected Poems of Mu-Yun,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2009, pp.12–36.

“The Changing Roles Played by China Books and Periodicals,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2009, pp.44–6.

Introductory note to “Maurice H. Chuck and the San Francisco Journal: Promoting U.S.-China Friendship and Asian American Issues,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2009, pp.137–8.

2010

“The Chinese Community Press in Hawai’i,” Chinese America: History and Perspectives, 2010, pp. 95–103.

Chinese American Transnational Politics, ed. Madeline Y. Hsu. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2010.

2011

Him Mark Lai: Autobiography of a Chinese American Historian, ed. Judy Yung, Ruthanne Lum McCunn, and Russell C. Leong. UCLA Asian American Studies Center and Chinese Historical Society of America, 2011.