New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies

Volume 16, No. 2, December 2014

Special issue: Asia in New Zealand Lives Guest editors: Jacob Edmond and Henry Johnson

Introduction: "Asia in New Zeland Lives"
JACOB EDMOND and HENRY JOHNSON 1

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Articles

Edmund Hilary: His Everest Legacy
SUSAN HEYDON 5

Anand Satyanand; A Prominent Son of the Indian Diaspora:
JACQUELINE LECKIE 31

Scientific Agriculture, Health and Gardening: Japan, New Zealand and Bella and Frederic Truby King
JAMES BEATTIE 47

Labouring in the "Sheltered Field": Rewi Alley's Translations from the Chinese
DUNCAN CAMPBELL 77

Socialism is a Mission: Max Bickerton's Involvement with the Japanese Communist Party and Translation of Japanese Proletarian Literature in the 1930s
FUJIO KANO and MAURICE WARD 99

Kinsey and the Collectors: Sir John Kinsey and Collecting Ukiyo-e in New Zealand
DAVID BELL 121

Nancy Wai-lan Kwok-Goddard: A Pioneer Humanist-Socialist
MANYING IP 141

Vic Percival, China Trader
PAUL CLARK 159

Chineseness in (a) New Zealand Life: Lynda Chanwai-Earle
HILARY CHUNG 173

In Pleasant Places: A Story of a New Zealand Missionary Family
ANDREW BUTCHER 195

Jack Body: Crafting the Asian Soundscape in New Zealand Music
HENRY JOHNSON 219

Book reviews edited by Hong-yu Gong and Elena Kolesova
Because of the length of this Special Issue, book reviews have been held over for the June 2015 issue

 

 

 


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