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Double vision: Asian accounts of Australia

Author: Broinowski, Alison Corporate author: Australian National University Research School of Pacific and Asian Studies Publisher: Pandanus, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 161 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 1740760492Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Book Europe Campus
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Print HM621.5 .A8 D68 2004
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Includes bibliographical references


Double Vision Asian Accounts of Australia Contents Introduction Alison Broinowski and Anthony Milner 1 11 East Asian Perceptions of Australia Kevin Rudd CHINA 1. Who Cares What They Think? John Winston 15 Howard, William Morris Hughes and the Pragmatic Vision of Australian National Sovereignty John Fitzgerald 2. `Before we came to this country, we heard that English laws were good and kind to everybody': Chinese Immigrants' Views of Colonial Australia Paul Macgregor 41 3. Australian Lovers: Chingchong Chinaman, Chinese Identity and Hybrid Confusion Kam Louie 61 X 4. Haigui: A Keyword for 2003 Ouyang Yu 79 JAPAN 5. Murakami Haruki's Sydney Diary Leith Morton 6. Tampa in Japan: East Asian Responses 93 105 to Australia's Refugee Policy Tessa Morris-Suzuki 7. `Japanese' Accounts of Australia: A Player's View Yoshio Sugimoto 123 131 8. Reading Japanese Reflections of Australia Masayo Tada AUSTRALIA AND ASIA 9. Asian Australian Studies in Asia: China and Japan David Carter 139 155 10. Australia as Model or Moral Alison Broinowski Note: Chinese and Japanese names are given with the family name first, except where the person named reverses the order.

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