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ISBN: 0822332361
Author: Andrea Louie
Language: English
Publisher: Duke University Press Books (March 22, 2004)
Pages: 256
Category: Social Sciences
Subcategory: Politics
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Andrea Louie is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Michigan State University, where she is also affiliated .

Andrea Louie is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at Michigan State University, where she is also affiliated with the Asian Pacific American Studies Program. How Chinese Are You? About Bookmate.

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This book deftly interrogates the western-focused historical tropes of the interwar years, emphasizing the importance and interconnectedness of events in Asia, Africa and Latin America.

Modernity At Large: Cultural Dimensions Of Globalization. This book deftly interrogates the western-focused historical tropes of the interwar years, emphasizing the importance and interconnectedness of events in Asia, Africa and Latin America. Wide-ranging and comprehensive, it is essential and fascinating reading for all students of the international history of the 1930s. Библиографические данные. How Chinese Are You?: Adopted Chinese Youth and their Families Negotiate Identity and Culture.

Any transracial adoptive parent with a Chinese child will find immense value in this book, which provides strategic information on the adoption process of Chinese children and the issues that inevitably arise as children grow older, confront racism, and wish to connect to their birth cultures. As the first large cohort of people adopted from China enters their twenties, Louie’s work provides a welcome look at the multiple and innovative potentialities of constructing selves.

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What happens when Chinese American youths travel to mainland China in search of their ancestral roots, only to realize that in many ways they still feel out of place, or when mainland Chinese realize that the lives of the Chinese abroad may not be as good as they had imagined? By considering programs designed to facilitate interactions between overseas Chinese and their ancestral homelands, Andrea Louie highlights how these programs not only create opportunities for new connections but also reveal the disjunctures that now separate Chinese Americans from China and mainland Chinese from the Chinese abroad.

Louie focuses on “In Search of Roots,” a program that takes young Chinese American adults of Cantonese descent to visit their ancestral villages in China’s Guangdong province. Through ethnographic interviews and observation, Louie examines the experiences of Chinese Americans both during village visits in China and following their participation in the program, which she herself took part in as an intern and researcher. She presents a vivid portrait of two populations who, though connected through family ties generations back, are meeting for the first time in the context of a rapidly changing contemporary China. Louie situates the participants’ and hosts’ shifting understandings of China and Chineseness within the context of transnational flows of people, media, goods, and money; China’s political and economic policies; and the racial and cultural politics of the United States.

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