Gold Mountain Takeaways

Glynis Lee, Kerry Ann Lee, Simon Kaan, Kim Lowe

    Research output: Contribution to conferenceAbstract


    The Chinese have been a significant presence in Australasia since the nineteenth
    century, lured by the gold rushes in Australia and New Zealand, frequently
    marginalised into china towns, oppressed by the white colonial governments,
    existing uneasily between Europeans and indigenous peoples. Later waves of
    Chinese came for different reasons; politics, opportunity, family. These early
    migrants and their children contributed significantly to their multicultural
    communities but have different world views and identities to the more recent
    Chinese migrants.The purpose of this paper is to explore and celebrate that
    identity and its fraught relationship with other traditional or contemporay global
    perspectives as expressed in the exhibition Gold Mountain Takeaways.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages6
    Publication statusPublished - 2015
    EventImpact: Impact 9 International Printmaking Conference - Hanzhou China
    Duration: 22 Sep 201526 Sep 2015


    ConferenceImpact: Impact 9 International Printmaking Conference


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