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Chinese Australian Oral History Partnership [sound recording]
Bib ID 780997
Format AudioAudio [sound recording]
Access Conditions Access conditions vary. 
Description 1999-2002 
17 interviews. 
Series

Chinese Australian Oral History Partnership.

Summary

This project documents the life experiences of the Chinese and their descendants from various walks of life living in contemporary Australian society. The social and political processes of multiculturalism, discrimination, cultural identity and social integration are explored.

Notes

Interviews conducted by Diana Giese.

With the establishment in mid-1999 of new funding arrangmeents, 17 interviews with the Chinese Australian community were conducted under a new project agreement referred to as the Chinese Australian Oral History Partnership, which was completed in 2002. This project was a continuation of a previous project known as the Post-war Chinese Australians Oral History Project, which operated under a different set of funding sources initiated from 1992 until expiring in mid-1999.

Recorded from Aug. 31, 1999 and completed in Nov. 7, 2002.

Digital master available National Library of Australia;

Index/Finding Aid Note Transcripts generally available. Some summaries available. 
Subjects Chinese -- Australia -- Interviews.  |  Chinese -- Australia -- History -- 1945-  |  Chinese -- Australia -- Cultural assimilation.  |  Chinese Australians -- Interviews.  |  Chinese Australians -- Biography.  |  Chinese Australians -- Social life and customs.  |  Chinese -- Civil rights -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Relations -- China.  |  China -- Relations -- Australia.
Other authors/contributors Giese, Diana, 1947- interviewer
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