Vol 5, No 2 (2008)

This special issue features Jacqueline Leckie as the Guest Editor and is comprised of a selection of recent research on connections between Asia and New Zealand. The particular focus of this collection is the manner in which these connections impact upon Asians living in Aotearoa in a diverse array of situations from musicians to preschoolers to museum goers to long term migrants.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Jacqueline Leckie

Articles

'Well They're Very Good Citizens;:New Zealanders' perceptions of Asians in New Zealand PDF PDF
Andrew Bucher 5-30
Gendered Factors of Chinese Multi-locality Migration: The New Zealand Case PDF
Manying Ip, Liangni Liu 31-56
The International Education Agenda: International and New Zealand Women Students PDF
Vivienne Anderson 57-80
'Loli-Pop' in Auckland: Engaging Asian Communities and Audiences through the Museum Untitled () PDF
Bevan K. Y. Chuang, Kathryn Hardy Bernal 81-110
Why Taiko? Understanding Taiko performance at New Zealand's first Taiko Festival. PDF
Henry Johnson 111-134
Becoming Individuals Together: Socialisation in the Japanese Preschool PDF
Rachael Burke 135-160
Being Chinese in Aotearoa New Zealand: The importance of Confucianism and Taoism in the lives and selves of New Immigrants PDF
Minghong Sun, Sue Cornforth, Lise Bird Claiborne 161-179

Book Reviews

Book Reviews PDF
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