Artefact Illustrations from the Asian-American Comparative Collection.
Chinese Coin and Charm images.
Chinese Numismatics in Hong Kong.
Coins and Gambling Tokens Found at the Yema-Po site, California.
Opium Smoking Paraphernalia from the Yema-Po site, California.
Asian-Australian Identities Conference
Chinese Heritage of Australia Federation Conference. Melbourne,
Australia, July 2000. http://chaf.lib.latrobe.edu.au/conference.htm
Chinese in Australasia and the Pacific: Old and New Migrations
and Cultural Change. Conference for the study of Overseas Chinese,
New Zealand, 20-21 November 1998. Copies of papers presented to
the conference grouped under the following themes: Identity and
Culture, New Settlers, Graves, Earlier Chinese, General.
The Chinese in Australian and New Zealand History Workshop. Sydney,
February 2000. http://www.nla.gov.au/pub/gateways/archive/44/p10a01.html
See also Grace Wongs report of the workshop at:
Linking Latitudes, 2001. Shanghai, China, April 2001. Asia Education
Foundations Second International Conference and Fieldwork
Lost in the Whitewash Aboriginal-Chinese Encounters from
Federation to Reconciliation. Canberra, December 2000
Arrowtown : Chinese Miners. Background information
on Arrowtown and its Chinese settlement which was excavated in the
1980s and has become a tourist site.
Chinese Funerary Burners A Census. Compiled by Terry Abraham.
Guided Tour of Yema-Po, San Francisco Bay area, California, USA.
A guided tour of the archaeological work done during 1993-1994 on
a site which has the remains of a work camp occupied by Chinese
laborers who constructed the San Leandro Reservoir (Lake Chabot)
between 1874 and 1875. http://www.isis.csuhayward.edu/cesmith/yema/yemapo.html
Mai Wah Society Preserving and Interpreting Butte, Montanas
Asian Heritage Since 1991.
Ng Shing Gung, San Joses Heinlenville Chinatown, USA.
NSW Heritage Office Mapping Chinese Heritage Project.
Picture Australia Trails: The Chinese-Australian Story
Weaverville Joss House Historic Park, California, USA.
Asialink – Curriculum Materials
Chinatown Online – Teachers’ Resources.
Chinese Heritage of Australian Federation – Teaching
about the Chinese in Australia
Golden Legacy Curriculum.
Golden Threads and the
NSW Syllabus (PDF file) For HSIE K to 6 and History Stages 4
Racism No Way
Chinese Genealogical Resources. A list of books and internet links.
Chineseroots.com - Articles, links, resources for genealogical
Chinese Surname Queries Bulletin Board.
Local, Family and Applied History at the University of New England.
For details about courses available by distance education for anyone
interested in family and community history.
Chinese Heritage of Australian Federation - Stories.
Chinese people and political change in Australia by King
Chung Wah Association of Western Australia 85th Anniversary Magazine.
Provides a number of online articles about the history of the Chinese
in Western Australia and in Australia.
Harvest of Endurance Scroll.
The Chinese Heritage of Australian Federation –
Exhibition: Liang Qichao
Chinese American Museum, Los Angeles, USA.
Chinese Historical and Cultural Project – Virtual
Museum and Virtual Library
Chinese Museum, Melbourne, Australia.
Golden Dragon Museum, Bendigo, Australia.
Kam Wah Chung and Company Museum, Oregon, USA.
The Promise of Gold Mountain – Tucson's Chinese
San Diego Chinese Historical Museum, USA.
Wing Luke Asian Museum, Seattle, USA.
Australia-China Friendship Society.
Chinese-Australian Forum (CAF)
Chinatown Online, UK.
Chinese-Canadian Organisations, Associations and Related Programmes.
Chinese Cultural Centre of Greater Vancouver.
Chinese Culture Centre, San Francisco.
Chinese Historical and Cultural Project, Santa
Chinese Historical Society of America.
Chung Wah Association of Western Australia.
International Society for the Study of Chinese
Organisation of Chinese Americans.
Unity Chinese: The Chinese Community Network (UK).
Asian-American Comparative Collection.
Asian-Nation:The Landscape of Asian America.
Centre for the Study of the Southern Chinese Diaspora, Australian
China the Beautiful.
ChinaSite.com: The Complete Reference to China/Chinese Related
The Chinese Heritage of Australian Federation Project - Resources.
Chinese-Immigrants and Chinese-Australians in New South Wales.
A guide to records held in the New South Wales office of the National
Archives of Australia relating to Chinese immigration and settlement
in New South Wales especially in the first half of the twentieth
Huaren: World Huaren Federation. A joint project of ten member
organisations, it aims to promote wider international access and
exchange of information on the Chinese Overseas, and enhance awareness
and appreciation of Chinese cultural heritage. The website contains
linkages to major libraries, research collections and other relevant
sites on the subject. Other facilities include a calendar of events,
a bulletin board and a forum for discussion.
Jinan University, Institute of Overseas Chinese Studies.
Migration Heritage Toolkit
State Records NSW: Sources for
the history of the Chinese in regional NSW (PDF file) A guide
compiled by Michael Williams for the Golden Threads Project
Tracing your Chinese ancestor
in the National Archives of Australia (NSW Office) (PDF file)
A guide compiled by Michael Williams for the Golden Threads Project.
Tracking the Dragon - assists communities and individuals to track
the lost places of Chinese Australian heritage. Produced by the
Australian Heritage Commission.