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'Your government makes us go': the hidden history of Chinese Australian women at a time of anti-Asian immigration laws

By Kate Bagnall, Senior Lecturer in Humanities, University of Tasmania
Julia T. Martínez, Associate Professor, University of Wollongong
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In 1901, there were almost 30,000 Chinese men in Australia but fewer than 500 women. Despite their small numbers, emerging research reveals surprising stories of Chinese Australian women's lives.

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