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"Airing Dirty Laundry": Chinese and Chinese-American responses to Amy Tan
(University of Canterbury. School of Humanities, 2011)
Amy Tan, the author of The Joy Luck Club (1989), The Kitchen God’s Wife (1991), The Hundred Secret Senses (1995), The Bonesetter’s Daughter (2001), and Saving Fish from Drowning (2005), is accused of being a “fake” Chinese ...
Catching the Dragon's Tail: The Impact of the Chinese in Samoa
(University of Canterbury. Macmillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, 2010)
Contemporary Samoan society is a reflection of a number of different cultures and influences. As a result of several attempts at colonisation by the British, German and New Zealand Administrations the cultural landscape ...
Dissociation of positive and negative priming effects between more and less proficient Chinese-English bilinguals.
(University of Canterbury. Psychology, 2013)
A unilingual and a bilingual primed lexical decision task were used to investigate priming effects produced by attended and ignored visual stimuli. In the Chinese language unilingual experiment, accelerated responses to ...