White Ghosts, Yellow Peril: China and Nz 1790-1950


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White Ghosts, Yellow Peril: China and Nz 1790-1950

ISBN: 9781877578656
Authors(s): Stevan Eldred-Grigg Zeng Dazheng Zeng Dazheng

About White Ghosts, Yellow Peril: China and Nz 1790-1950:

White Ghosts, Yellow Peril is the first book ever to explore all sides of the relationship between China and New Zealand, and the peoples of China and New Zealand, during the whole of the seven or so generations after they initially came into contact. The Qing Empire and its successor states from 1790 to 1950 were vast, complex and torn by conflict. New Zealand, meanwhile, grew into a small, prosperous, orderly province of Europe. Not until now has anyone told the story of the links and tensions between the two countries during those years so broadly and so thoroughly. The reader keen to know about this relationship will find in this book a highly readable portrait of the lives, thoughts and feelings of Chinese who came to New Zealand and New Zealanders who went to China, along with a scholarly but stimulating discussion of race relations, government, diplomacy, war, literature and the arts. White Ghosts, Yellow Peril for some years to come will be the key general text in the field of the early history of New Zealand and China.

First Published (if available):
No of pages: 384
Published as: Paperback
Genre: NZ books, NZ authors, nz interest book