Academic journal article Chinese America: History and Perspectives

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Academic journal article Chinese America: History and Perspectives

Introduction

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First and foremost, we wish to thank you for your continued support of the Chinese Historical Society of America. With your membership and support to CHSA we are able to continue our work in educating, promoting, and preserving the rich contributions of the Chinese in America. Secondly, Chinese America: History & Perspectives - The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America is happy to welcome our new editorial board members, who bring with them special skills, research interests, and new energy as we expand the journal's content to reflect the growing diversity and contributions of the Chinese in America--historically and today. Moreover, we wish to express our appreciation to Russell Jeung for his leadership and service to the journal. We also welcome Jonathan H. X. Lee as the journals new Editor-In-Chief and trust that he will guide the journal's growth and continue its legacy as the leading journal dedicated to the Chinese in America.

In this issue of Chinese America: History & Perspectives, M. Rosalind Sagara, a community activist and historical preservationist, reflects on the grassroots community movement to save the legacy of Riverside's Chinatown. Kathleen A. Tobin's research essay discusses the history and growth of international Chinese engineering students at American universities. Dennis Yee shares the story of his granduncle Dick Yee and his supermarket chain in San Jose, California. …

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