The Ethnic Press in the United States: A Historical Analysis and Handbook

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50.
Vol. 1 no. 1 of The Chinese Journal of Commerce is dated October 28, 1928. A facsimile is shown on p. 53 of The Chinese Community in New York City.
51.
Leong Gor Yun, Chinatown Inside Out ( New York: Barrows Mussey, 1936), pp. 26-52, 85-106.
52.
Liu, Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Xupian, pp. 388-391.
55.
Interview with Norbert Woo, one of the partners, San Francisco, August 10, 1974.
56.
Vol. 1, no. 1 of The Hawaii Chinese News is dated April 23, 1926.
57.
Vol. 1, no. 1 of Chinese Digest is dated November 15, 1935.
58.
Interview with Thomas Chinn, San Francisco, November 11, 1983.
59.
Vol. 1, no. 1 of Hawaii-Chinese Journal is dated November 12, 1937.
60.
The first English supplement was published on March 3, 1940.
61.
Liu, Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Xupian, p. 370.
63.
Vol. 1, no. 1 of Sampan is dated October 1972.
64.
Vol. 1, no. 1 of Voice of Oakland Chinese is dated January 1, 1975.
65.
Liu, Meiguo Huaqiao Shi Xupian, p. 370.
67.
The Tribune ( New York), March 28, 1984.
68.
San Francisco Examiner, March 9, 1976.
69.
The Tribune, March 28, 1984.
70.
World Journal claimed 70,000 paid subscriptions in Editor and Publisher International 1983 Yearbook ( New York). Gibbs C. P. Wang, editor of World Journal, San Francisco, in an answer to a December 27, 1983 letter from the writer, stated the circulation to be 40,000. Competitors suspect that these figures are exaggerated.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Chinese Chamber of Commerce of Hawaii. Golden Jubilee, Fiftieth Year. Honolulu: Chinese Chamber of Commerce, 1961.

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

Holder Charles F. "The Chinese Press in America." Scientific American 87 ( October 11, 1902): 241.

Ke Niuyue. "Niuyue de Huawen Baoye (The Chinese language press of New York)". Nan-beiji Yuekan ( Hong Kong), no. 78 ( November 16, 1976): 63-67 [in Chinese].

Li Zijian. "Zeng Shengcun de Niuyue Zhongwen Boazhi (The New York Chinese language newspapers, struggling for survival)". Bridge ( New York), October 30, 1975, pp. 6-7, 10.

Liu Houchun. "Niuyue Shi Chuban de Zhongwen Qikan (Chinese periodicals published in New York City)". The Sinology Monthly ( Taipei), March 1953.

Liu Pei Chi. "Meiguo Huaqiao Paoye Fazhan Shilue (A short history of the development of Chinese press in America)". Wenyi Fuxing Yuekan ( Taipei), no. 19. ( 1971): 49-56.

Lo Karl. "Kim Shan Jit San Luk, the First Chinese Paper Published in America." Chinese Historical Society of America Bulletin 6 ( December 1971).

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