New York Before Chinatown: Orientalism And The Shaping Of American Culture, 1776 1882

  • Title: New York Before Chinatown: Orientalism And The Shaping Of American Culture, 1776 1882
  • Author: John Kuo Wei Tchen
  • ISBN: 9780801860065
  • Page: 229
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New York Before Chinatown Orientalism And The Shaping Of American Culture From George Washington s desire in the heat of the Revolutionary War for a proper set of Chinese porcelains for afternoon tea to the lives of Chinese Irish couples in the s to the commercial suc
    From George Washington s desire in the heat of the Revolutionary War for a proper set of Chinese porcelains for afternoon tea, to the lives of Chinese Irish couples in the 1830s, to the commercial success of Cheng and Eng the Siamese twins , to rising fears of the heathen Chinee, this work offers a look at the role Chinese people, things and ideas played in the fashioniFrom George Washington s desire in the heat of the Revolutionary War for a proper set of Chinese porcelains for afternoon tea, to the lives of Chinese Irish couples in the 1830s, to the commercial success of Cheng and Eng the Siamese twins , to rising fears of the heathen Chinee, this work offers a look at the role Chinese people, things and ideas played in the fashioning of American culture and politics.

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    1. While this book did err on the dry side at points, it was incredibly informative overall. I appreciated the depth and breadth of Tchen's research, as he did comprehensively cover the treatment of the Chinese in New York City from the Revolution leading up to the Exclusion Act.

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