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2003.500.4142 Disk, Compact in Korean Arirang 1991
2003.500.4143 Disk, Compact Korean Lyric Song's, Volume III 1988 Shinsegye Sound Ind. Co., LTD.
2003.500.4144 Book Lucky Child: A Daughter of Cambodia Reunites with the Sister She Left Behind Ung, Loung 2005 HarperCollins
2003.500.4145 Book Criticizes the way history is presented in current textbooks, and suggests a fresh and more accurate approach to teaching American history. Lies My Teacher Told Me: Everything Your American History Textbook Got Wrong Loewen, James W. 1996 Simon and Schuster
2003.500.4146 Book Everyday Chinese Cooking: Quick and Delicious Recipes from the Leeann Chin Restaurants Chin, Leeann 2000 Clarkson Potter Publishers
2003.500.4147 Book Dragon Taels: Memories of the Golden Age at Hong Kong International School Kohl, David Grant, ed. 2007 Wisdom Hall
2003.500.4148 Book This is the story of an American-born daughter of Japanese immigrants who is caught in Japan in the 1940s and returns to America after the war. She spends her early childhood exposed to two cultures in a pre-war Japanese settlement in West Seattle. When U.S. anti-Japanese sentiments escalate, she is called "Jap" and told "Go back home." Her parents take her to their homeland where she experiences discrimination from the Japanese, who call her "Yankee girl" because she is different and because of anti-U.S. sentiment. Two years after Hiroshima she travels alone to Boston and works her way through college. Although this intrepid young woman encounters enormous hurdles on both sides of the Pacific, she refuses to allow anyone or anything to crush her spirit. Snow on Willow: A Nisei Memoir Moy, Jean Oda 2009 Jean Oda Moy
2003.500.4149 Book A biography of the first Congressman from the state of Hawaii who was also the first American of Japanese descent to serve in the Congress of the United States. Daniel Inouye Goodsell, Jane 1977 Thomas Y. Crowell Company
2003.500.415 Book The Awakening of Faith Ashvagosha; Timothy Richard, trans. 1960 University Books
2003.500.4150 Book From 1910 to 1940, over half a million people sailed through the Golden Gate, hoping to start a new life in America. But they did not all disembark in San Francisco; instead, most were ferried across the bay to the Angel Island Immigration Station. For many, this was the real gateway to the United States. For others, it was a prison and their final destination, before being sent home. In this landmark book, historians Erika Lee and Judy Yung (both descendants of immigrants detained on the island) provide the first comprehensive history of the Angel Island Immigration Station. Drawing on extensive new research, including immigration records, oral histories, and inscriptions on the barrack walls, the authors produce a sweeping yet intensely personal history of Chinese paper sons, Japanese picture brides, Korean students, South Asian political activists, Russian and Jewish refugees, Mexican families, Filipino repatriates, and many others from around the world. Their experiences on Angel Island reveal how America's discriminatory immigration policies changed the lives of immigrants and transformed the nation. A place of heartrending history and breathtaking beauty, the Angel Island Immigration Station is a National Historic Landmark, and like Ellis Island, it is recognized as one of the most important sites where America's immigration history was made. This fascinating history is ultimately about America itself and its complicated relationship to immigration, a story that continues today. Angel Island is the official publication commemorating the immigration station's 100th anniversary Angel Island: Immigrant Gateway to America Lee, Erika and Judy Yung 2010 Oxford University Press
2003.500.4151 Book Short autobiographical works by a Korean-American daughter of immigrant parents describes her fractious relationship with her demanding mother, her struggles with balancing the dynamics of two very different cultures, and her efforts to overcome financial hardships while pursuing an education. Happy Birthday or Whatever: Track Suits, Kim Chee, and Other Family Disasters Choi, Annie 2007 Harper
2003.500.4152 Book The Toledo Incident of 1925: Three Days that Made History in Toledo, Oregon Cox, Ted W. 2005 Old World Publications
2003.500.4153 Book In the style of Gabriel Garcia Marquez, five characters converge on a magical Brazilian plain in the heart of the rain forest. Their fates are entwined with this phenomenal expanse, which transforms their lives, raising them to the heights of wealth and fame, before carrying them to the brink of disaster. Through the Arc of the Rain Forest Yamashita, Karen Tei 1990 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4154 Book Thirteen interwoven stories tracing the experience of Filipino immigrants in the U.S. from the 1920s onward. The stories are narrated by Buddy, a second generation Filipino-American from Seattle. Dark Blue Suit and other stories Bacho, Peter 1997 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4155 Book American Paper Son: A Chinese Immigrant in the Midwest Wong, Wayne Hung 2006 University of Illinois Press
2003.500.4156 Book When the American government began impounding Japanese American citizens after Pearl Harbor, photography became a battleground. The control of the means of representation affected nearly every aspect of the incarceration, from the mug shots criminalizing Japanese Americans to the prohibition of cameras in the hands of inmates. The government hired photographers to make an extensive record of the forced removal and incarceration but forbade Japanese Americans from photographically documenting the conditions of the camps or any aspect of their lives. In this insightful study, Jasmine Alinder explores the photographic record of the imprisonment in war relocation centers such as Manzanar, Tule Lake, Jerome, and others. She investigates why photographs were made, how they were meant to function, and how they have been reproduced and interpreted subsequently by the popular press and museums in constructing versions of public history." "Moving Images examines the work of Japanese American photographers operating both during and after the incarceration, including Manzanar inmate Toyo Miyatake, who constructed his own camera to document the complicated realities of camp life for his fellow inmates. More recently, contemporary artists Patrick Nagatani and Masumi Hayashi have used photography to reckon with the legacy of incarceration by journeying to the camp sites and creating photographs that bridge the intergenerational divides between their parents, themselves, and their children." "Illustrated with more than forty photographs, Moving Images reveals the significance of the camera in the process of incarceration as well as the construction of race, citizenship, and patriotism in this complex historical moment. Moving Images: Photography and the Japanese American Incarceration Alinder, Jasmine 2009 University of Illionis Press
2003.500.4157 Book Goodmoney Collective: A Chronicle of ATR, A Territory Resource Foundation which became the Social Justice Fund Northwest Rabinowitz, Alan 2007 PHAR
2003.500.4158 Book Recounts the story of how a notorious gang of MIT blackjack savants devised and received backing for a system for winning at the world's most sophisticated casinos, an endeavor that earned them more than three million dollars. 21: Bringing Down the House Movie Tie-in, The Inside Story of Six MIT Students Who Took Vegas for Millions Mezrich, Ben 2008 Free Press
2003.500.4159 Book Presents the true story of Lao-American artist Malichansouk Kouanchao, who walked with her family from Laos to Thailand when she was five years old. Mali Under the Night Sky: A Lao Story of Home Youme 2010 Cinco Puntos Press
2003.500.416 Book Peoples of Central Asia Krader, Lawrence 1966 Indiana University
2003.500.4160 Book Blue Ginger: East Meets West Cooking with Ming Tsai Tsai, Ming 1999 Clarkson Potter Publishers
2003.500.4161 Book Tassajara Cookbook: Lunches, Picnics, and Appetizers Oliveira, Karla 2007 Gibbs Smith, Publisher
2003.500.4162 Book Washoku: Recipes from the Japanese Home Kitchen Andoh, Elizabeth 2005 Ten Speed Press
2003.500.4163 Book Motherbridge of Love 2007 Barefoot Books
2003.500.4164 Book Includes 40 images of brush painting and calligraphy, 32-page color illustrated booklet with essays on Zen art, and easel stand The Zen Art Box Addiss, Stephen and John Daido Loori 2007 Shambhala Publications
2003.500.4165 Book Museums and Civic Dialogue: Case Studies from Animating Democracy Korza, Pam and Barbara Schaffer Bacon, eds 2005 Americans for the Arts
2003.500.4166 Book Sharing Connections: A Decade of the Museum Loan Network 2006 Museum Loan Network
2003.500.4167 Book Trials and Triumphs of the Nikkei Nishimura, Hiro 1993 Fukuda Publishers
2003.500.4168 Book Written by the author who is a painter and theatre artist, this book explores his Japanese American identity through a stylistic combination of twentieth-century American pop art and traditional eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Japanese woodblock prints. The Prints of Roger Shimomura: A Catalogue Raisonne, 1968-2005 Stamey, Emily 2007 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4169 Book Nine-year-old Sharon has conflicted feelings towards her copycat little sister and rambunctious toddler brother, who is sent to China for a year to live with relatives. Only One Year Cheng, Andrea 2010 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.417 Book Religious Observances in Tibet: Patterns and Function Ekvall, Robert B. 1964 The University of Chicago Press
2003.500.4170 Book In Communist China in 1966, eight-year-old Leap Forward learns about freedom while flying kites with his best friend, by trying to get a caged wild bird to sing, and through the music he is learning to play on a bamboo flute. Includes author's notes on his childhood in Beijing, life under Mao Zedong, and the Cultural Revolution. Little Leap Forward: A Boy in Beijing Yue, Guo 2008 Barefoot Books
2003.500.4171 Book Keola watches and participates as Grandpa, a great canoe builder, makes a canoe, beginning with the selection of the perfect koa tree and ending with an exciting first ride in the canoe. Includes note on canoes and canoe racing in Hawai'i. Gift from the Forest Getzen, Maile 2008 Maka Pueo Press
2003.500.4172 Book Ben Ohara is the sole surviving member his family since his father, one of a small group of WWII draft resisters (known as the No-No Boys) during the internment of Japanese Americans, committed suicide when Ben was young and his mother, whose wish to escape the past was as strong as his father's ties to it, has died with her secrets, while now his younger brother, a troubled and brilliant astrophysicist, has mysteriously vanished in the Mojave Desert. Famous Suicides of the Japanese Empire: A Novel Mura, David 2008 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4173 Book Awakenings: Asian Wisdom for Every Day Follmi, Danielle and Olivier Follmi 2007 Abrams
2003.500.4174 Book The Other Side of the Fence: A Historical Novel of Chinese Immigrants in the Northwest in Mid-1880s Nowacki, Joyce 2010 Write Offsite Publishing
2003.500.4175 Book Life in the Pacific of the 1700s: The Cook/Forster Collection of the Georg August University of Gottingen, Exhibit Guide Little, Stephen, and Peter Ruthenberg, eds 2006 Honolulu Academy of Arts
2003.500.4176 Disk, Compact documentation of Heidi Kumao's installation of "Transplant" "Transplant" Documentation Kumao, Heidi Oct. 5, 2010
2003.500.4177 Disk, Compact The Story Behind the Objects by Rick Quan; Voices Long Silent by Bob Matsumoto The Art of Gaman 2010 Japanese American Citizens League, San Francisco Chapter
2003.500.4178 Book Willie's father tells him there is something special in an old coconut bank brought from the Philippines, but Willie is embarrassed to take it to school for a contest, especially since he knows that one of his classmates will make fun of him. Willie Wins Gilles, Almira Astudillo 2001 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.4179 Book Capital Campaigns: A Guide for Board Members and Others Who Aren't Professional Fundraisers but Who Will Be the Heroes Who Create a Better Community Grover, Stuart R. 2006 iUniverse, Inc.
2003.500.418 Book Freedom from Fear and Other Writings Kyi, Aung San Suu 1991 Viking Penguin
2003.500.4180 Book Faced with systematic discrimination in Canada, early Chinese immigrants had little choice but to create their own economic niche. From the turn of the twentieth century through the Second World War, a majority of Canada's Chinese immigrants were laundry workers in towns and cities from coast to coast. Although the hand laundry was not a traditional trade in China, laundry work required little capital, and could be performed despite a lack of familiarity with Western languages and financial systems. The hours were long, the work was physically demanding, and most Chinese laundry workers lived a marginal existence." "With the advent of modern laundry equipment and synthetic fibres in the 1950s, and the ageing of the laundrymen themselves, the Chinese hand laundry came to an end. To generations of Chinese-Canadians, however, it remains a symbol of hard work, sacrifice and enduring hardship. Enduring Hardship: The Chinese Laundry in Canada Hoe, Ban Seng 2003 Canadian Museum of Civilization
2003.500.4181 Book Semelai Communities at Tasek Bera: A Study of the Structure of an Orang Asli Society Hoe, Ban Seng 2001 Center for Orang Asli Concerns
2003.500.4182 Book This book was originally written as a series of three volumes on Japanese cultural traditions in British Columbia, southern Alberta, and Metropolitan Toronto. The three authors - Dr. Carlo Caldarola, Dr. Mitsuru Shimpo and Dr. K. Victor Ujimoto - conducted their research and fieldwork in the mid-1970s, examining how long-held traditions and beliefs had been affected by profound social upheaval. The result is a snapshot in time, profiling the unique history of each region's Japanese-Canadians, and how they were responding to the effects of diaspora, internment, prejudice and assimilation. A wide range of cultural traditions, from Buddhism to the martial arts, are explored through firsthand accounts, archival photographs, and in-depth descriptions of specific practices as they existed at the time. Over the past 30 years, Japanese culture has become part of the Canadian mainstream - bearing witness to the vitality of the practices described in these pages, and the determination with which Japanese-Canadians kept their traditions alive. Sakura in the Land of the Maple Leaf: Japanese Cultural Traditions in Canada Hoe, Ban Seng, ed. 2007 Canadian Museum of Civilization Coporation
2003.500.4183 Book Souvenir booklet from the exhibition Treasures from China, being held at the Canadian Museum of Civilization, May 11 to October 28, 2007. Timeless Splendour: Treasures from the National Museum of China Hoe, Ban Seng 2007 Candian Museum of Civilization Corporation
2003.500.4184 Book Beyond the Golden Mountain: Chinese Cultural Traditions in Canada Hoe, Ban Seng 1989 Canadian Museum of Civilization
2003.500.4185 Book Mami: My Grandmother's Journey Lau, Rebeca 2010 CCHSBC and INSTRCC
2003.500.4186 Book Your Chinese Roots: The Overseas Chinese Story Tan, Thomas Tsu-wee 1987 Heian International, Inc.
2003.500.4187 Book Echoes from Old China: Life, Legends and Lore of the Middle Kingdom Tom, K.S. 1990 Hawaii Chinese History Center
2003.500.4188 Book Lighting a Lamp: A Diwali Story Zucker, Jonny 2004 Barron's
2003.500.4189 Book The Hawaiian gods decide that star-crossed lovers Princess Naupaka and Kaui, a commoner, must live apart, in this bilingual story that explains why the naupaka blossoms of the mountains and the sea bloom in perfect halves. Naupaka Beamer, Nona 2008 Bishop Museum Press
2003.500.419 Book Reparations: Poems Hashimoto, Sharon 1992 Brooding Heron Press
2003.500.4190 Book This work tells the author's story, that of a girl born and raised in a poor family living in San Francisco's Chinatown. The tale is told through vignettes and color nature photographs. Earth Passages: Journeys Through Childhood Foo, Lora Jo 2008 Lora Jo Foo
2003.500.4191 Book This collection of Hmong oral folk tales have been passed down for many generations. These stories depict moral values and capture the essence of the Hmong culture. Zaj Lus: A Hmong Children's Story Collection DC Everest Oral History Project
2003.500.4192 Book The Wild Kingdom of Yumiko Kayukawa Kayukawa, Yumiko 2006 9mm Books
2003.500.4193 Book Personality Theory: A Korean Confucian Perspective Lee, Mike In-suhb 1999 University of Hartford
2003.500.4194 Book Asian Design Weller, Alan 2008 Dover Publications, Inc.
2003.500.4195 Book Eloquent Line: Contemporary Japanese Calligraphy 1993 International Sculpture Center
2003.500.4196 Book The Aesthetics of Discontent: Politics and Reclusion in Medieval Japanese Literature Marra, Michele 1991 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4197 Book A Thousand Steps...and More Yoshimasu, Gozo 1987 Katydid Books
2003.500.4198 Book War Talk Roy, Arundhati 2003 South End Press
2003.500.4199 Book Seasons of Sacred Lust Shiraishi, Kazuko 1978 New Directions Publishing Corporation
2003.500.420 Book God's Vision for the Asian American Churches in the Twenty First Century: A Centennial Forum Japanese Baptist Church and Asian American Baptist Caucus. 1999 Japanese Baptist Church
2003.500.4200 Book Gandhi: Selected Writings Gandhi, Mahatma K. 2005 Dover Publications, Inc.
2003.500.4201 Book The City in Which I Love You: Poems Lee, Li-Young 1990 BOA Editions, Ltd.
2003.500.4202 Book Genealogies of Orientalism: History, Theory, Politics Burke, Edmund, ed. 2008 University of Nebraska Press
2003.500.4203 Book Pen and Sail: Literature and History in Early Bangkok Eoseewong, Nidhi 2005 Silkworm Books
2003.500.4204 Journal Volume 13, No. 4, Winter 1999 Japan Review of International Affairs The Japan Institute of International Affairs
2003.500.4205 Book Emergent Voices: Southeast Asian Women Novelists Kintanar, Thelma B., et al 1995 University of the Philippines Press
2003.500.4206 Book Big in Japan Gammarino, M. Thomas 2009 Chin Music Press
2003.500.4207 Book Combat Chaplain: The Personal Story of the World War II Chaplain of the Japanese American 100th Battalion Yost, Israel A.S. 2006 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4208 Book Set at the turn of the 21st century in China, this novel follows the daily life of a Chinese ginseng hunter. He is little aware of the world outside until shadowy figures hiding in the fields, bodies floating in the river, and rumors of thievery and murder begin to intrude on his cherished solitude. On one of his monthly trips to Yanji, where he buys supplies and visits a brothel, he meets a young North Korean prostitute. Through her vivid tales, the tragedy occurring across the river unfolds, and over the course of the year the hunter unnervingly discovers that the fates of the young woman and four others rest in his hands. The Ginseng Hunter Talarigo, Jeff 2008 Random House
2003.500.4209 Spiral-Bound Students from Foster High School in Tukwila, WA, tell their immigration story through poetry and art Many Voices from One Heart: Voices of Global Youth 2010 The Stories of Arrival: Youth Voices Project
2003.500.421 Book Oral history interviews of Nisei Christians Volume 1: Osame Doi, Dave Yutaka Nakagawa, June Hisaye Toshiyuki, Royal Louis Manaka, Nobuko Lillian Omi, Jack Nishida, and Frances Kirihara Volume 2: Rhoda Akiko Iyoya, Dr. Henry Hajime Kazato, Kimi Sugiyama, Ichiro Yamaguchi, Hatsune Helen Kitaji, Koji Murata. Nisei Christian Journey: Its Promise and Fulfillment 1988 Nisei Christian Oral History Project
2003.500.4210 Book Curing Japan's America Addiction Morita, Minoru 2008 Chin Music Press
2003.500.4211 Book Swimming in the American: A Memoir and Selected Writings Kashiwagi, Hiroshi 2005 Asian American Curriculum Project
2003.500.4212 CD Paper Son, Paper Songs Jang, Jon 2006 Asian Improv Records
2003.500.4213 CD Misora Hibari: Early Song Collection 1949-1957 2007 Columbia Music Entertainment, Inc.
2003.500.4214 CD AsianAvenue.com Plugged In 2 2000 Community Connect Inc.
2003.500.4215 CD Rampal: Japanese Folk Melodies 1980 CBS Records
2003.500.4216 Book 10 Highlights Special Exhibition 2009 National Museum of Korea
2003.500.4217 Book Masterpieces of Goryeo Buddhist Painting: A Long Lost Look after 700 Years 2010 National Museum of Korea
2003.500.4218 Book Korean Art Collection of the Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Tokyo, Japan 2010 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.4219 Book Korean Lacquerware Inlaid with Mother-of-pearl: The Everlasting Beauty 2010 National Museum of Korea
2003.500.422 Book Lazy Dragon: Chinese Stories from the Ming Dynasty Barme, Geremie, ed. 1987 Joint Publishing Co.
2003.500.4220 Book A Journey of Soul: The Buddhist Painting of the Joseon Period 2009 National Museum of Korea
2003.500.4221 Magazine Monday, September 24, 2007; Monday, June 23, 2008; Tuesday, December 9, 2008; Tuesday, September 9, 2008; Monday, June 29, 2009 Bonhams and Butterfields Bonhams and Butterfields
2003.500.4222 Book Japan from Prehistory to Modern Times Hall, John Whitney 1970 University of Michigan
2003.500.4223 DVD Textured Lives: Stories from the Plantations of Hawai'i 2010 Japanese American National Museum
2003.500.4224 Book I Hotel Yamashita, Karen Tei 2010 Coffee House Press
2003.500.4225 Book Guy Watanabe is a thirty-something man who is marginally in touch with his Asian heritage and completely out of touch with his own needs and desires. Recovering from a divorce, Watanabe is unsure of himself and the course his future might take. When he wins a local karaoke contest, he discovers not only a newfound confidence, but the courage to take risks. With the victor's medallion in hand, he seizes the moment--and his life changes dramatically, albeit not as he might have hoped. From a weekend romp with Megumi, a former hooker, comes a physical beating and the loss of his beloved medallion. Stung by this humiliation, and yet able to muster a courage long dormant, his quest begins. From the western states and on to Asia, with a return trip in a shipping container, we follow his wild ride. Will a Korean barmaid be his downfall--or his redemption? Will Billy, a closeted gay man, or Milt, a heavily-armed dwarf, help Guy on his journey? And what about the patricidal Chinese businessman who will stop at nothing to create a global karaoke empire? Adventures of the Karaoke King Taw, Harold 2010 AmazonEncore
2003.500.4226 Book This family epic spans four generations of Vietnamese women from the city of Hue to Paris to New York. Daughters of the River Huong: Stories of a Vietnamese Royal Concubine and Her Descendants Duong, Uyen Nicole 2010 AmazonEncore
2003.500.4227 Book Thirteen-year-old Piper Davis records in her diary her experiences beginning in December 1941 when her brother joins the Navy, the United States goes to war, she attempts to document her life through photography, and her father--the pastor for a Japanese Baptist Church in Seattle--follows his congregants to an Idaho internment camp, taking her along with him. The Fences Between Us: The Diary of Piper Davis Larson, Kirby 2010 Scholastic Inc.
2003.500.4228 Book Oh! A Mystery of Mono No Aware Shimoda, Todd 2009 Chin Music Press
2003.500.4229 Book Goodbye Madame Butterfly: Sex, Marriage and the Modern Japanese Woman Kawakami, Sumie 2007 Chin Music Press
2003.500.423 Book Boontakorn is fourteen when he begins his flight to freedom by swimming across the Mekong River to Thailand. Reunited with his father in a refugee camp there, he is suspended between the past and present, between memories of his mother and sister who did not survive their journey and the secret social order of the overcrowded camp, where matchmakers cluck over his father and try to find a wife to cook for him. Eventually, Boontakorn and his father make their way to America. Land of Smiles Huo, T.C. 2000 Penguin Books
2003.500.4230 Book Kuhaku and Other Accounts from Japan 2004 Chin Music Press
2003.500.4231 Book Ten Avatars Dattagupta, Shahana 2010 Flying Chickadee Creations
2003.500.4232 Booklet Citizenship Education and Naturalization Information 1987 US Department of Justice, Immigration and Naturalization Service
2003.500.4233 Book Haiku in English Henderson, Harold G. 1965 Japan Society
2003.500.4234 Book A love story on a young Hawaiian couple who are separated by World War II. While in Shanghai he, a jazz musician, is jailed by the occupying Japanese while she is forced to become a comfort woman. Song of the Exile Davenport, Kiana 2000 Random House
2003.500.4235 CD Japanese Opera Singer Caeli: Gracious Words Manyou Utamakura, Naomi 2001
2003.500.4236 CD Japanese Opera Singer Miyabiuta: Gracious Words Manyou Utamakura, Naomi 2003
2003.500.4237 Book Highlights of Smithsonian Institution Collections 2001 Smithsonian Institution
2003.500.4238 Book Rethinking the Museum and Other Meditations Well, Stephen E. 1990 Smithsonian Institution
2003.500.4239 Book Ideas and Images: Developing Interpretive History Exhibits Ames, K.L., B. Franco, and L.T. Frye, eds 1992 American Association for State and Local History
2003.500.424 Book Japanese Country Cookbook Rudzinski, Russ 1969 Nitty Gritty Productions
2003.500.4240 Book Careers in Museums: A Variety of Vocations 1994 American Association of Museums
2003.500.4241 Book The Audience in Exhibition Development: Course Proceedings from a Training Program 1992 American Association of Museums
2003.500.4242 Book Guide to Museum Studies and Training in the United States 1994 American Association of Museums
2003.500.4243 Binder America's Museums: Building Community 1999 American Association of Museums
2003.500.4244 Book Robert Sperry: Bright Abyss Kangas, Matthew 2008 American Museum of Ceramic Art
2003.500.4245 Book The Lum Mow Chin Family: Its Lineage and Memoirs Lum, Lillian Awai 1991 Lillian Awai Lum
2003.500.4246 Book From Kwang Tung to Kohala: Lineage of the Luke Family of Kohala, Hawaii Lum, Lillian Awai 1989 Lillian Awai Lum
2003.500.4247 Book Portraits of Pride II: Chinese-American Legacies - First 160 Years in America 2011 Chinese Historical Society of Southern California
2003.500.4248 Journal Volume 1, No. 1, Spring 2010 (2 copies) The Asian American Literary Review The Asian American Literary Review
2003.500.4249 Book Tsui offers a unique full-access pass to America's most famous Chinatowns--New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Honolulu, and Las Vegas--revealing a captivating world-within-a-world. b&w photos throughout. American Chinatown: A People's History of Five Neighborhoods Tsui, Bonnie 2009 Simon and Schuster
2003.500.425 Book Seattle's Nippon Kan: The Discovery of Seattle's Other History Burke, Edward 2011 Edward and Elizabeth Burke
2003.500.4250 Book A collection of photographs that focuses on resettlement of Japanese Americans following their release from WRA camps from 1943 to 1945. It explores the WRA's use of photography in its mission not only to encourage 'loyal' Japanese Americans to return to society at large as quickly as possible but also to convince Euro-Americans this was safe. Japanese American Resettlement Through the Lens: Hikaru Carl Iwasaki and the WRA's Photographic Section, 1943-1945 Hirabayashi, Lane Ryo 2009 University Press of Colorado
2003.500.4251 Book From a childhood survivor of Cambodia's brutal Pol Pot regime comes an unforgettable narrative of war crimes and desperate actions, the unnerving strength of a small girl and her family, and their triumph of spirit. First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers Ung, Loung 2001 HarperCollins
2003.500.4252 Book The God of Small Things: A Novel Roy, Arundhati 1998 HarperCollins
2003.500.4253 Book The Bridegroom: Stories Jin, Ha 2000 Pantheon Books
2003.500.4254 Book In the 1930s, a young Englishmn named Tom Stewart heads to Hong Kong in search of adventure. Fragrant Harbor Lanchester, John 2002 Penguin Books
2003.500.4255 Book Evans examines 20th century Chinese history, especially the rise of Communism and the Cultural Revolution, using the career of Deng Xiaoping as the focus. Deng Xiaoping and the Making of Modern China Evans, Richard 1994 Penguin Books
2003.500.4256 CD Exploring Korea's Culture 1996 Korea National Tourism Organization
2003.500.4257 Book Hsun Tzu: Basic Writings 1963 Columbia University Press
2003.500.4258 Book Seoul, Korea 1994 Seoul Metropolitan Government
2003.500.4259 Book The Masks of God: Oriental Mythology Campbell, Joseph 1976 Penguin Books
2003.500.426 Book The Phoenix and the Dwarfs: A Play in Three Acts Taylor, George E. 1944 The Macmillan Company
2003.500.4260 Book For the first time, Wen Ho Lee speaks out about his work at Los Alamos, his experiences with the FBI, and about his arrest and imprisonment. A riveting story without prejudice, fear, or suspicion, "My Country Versus Me" offers at last a clear and truthful account of one of the great miscarriages of justice of our time. My Country Versus Me: The First-Hand Account by the Los Alamos Scientist Who Was Falsely Accused of Being a Spy Lee, Wen Ho 2001 Hyperion
2003.500.4261 Book Snow Falling on Cedars Guterson, David 1995 Harcourt Brace and Company
2003.500.4262 Spiral-Bound AAS 205: Asian American Culture Nomura, Gail 2000 University of Washington
2003.500.4263 Book The story of two sisters, one brought up in the U.S., the other in China. The American sister is contemptuous of the other's belief in ghosts until events cause her to understand what they can do. The Hundred Secret Senses Tan, Amy 1995 Ballantine Books
2003.500.4264 Book American Dragons: Twenty-Five Asian American Voices Yep, Laurence, ed. 1993 HarperCollins
2003.500.4265 Book The Loom and Other Stories Sasaki, R.A. 1991 Graywolf Press
2003.500.4266 Book In this collection of interrelated stories are tales spoken in a true host of voices, savvy guide to a world at once ancient and modern, through the minefields of adolescence, betrayal, madness, racism, and found and failed beliefs, where the marvelous and the real hold hands. Talking to the Dead and Other Stories Watanabe, Sylvia 1992 Doubleday
2003.500.4267 Book Salaryman Pei, Meg 1992 Penguin Books
2003.500.4268 Book 2 copies Disappearing Moon Cafe Lee, Sky 1990 The Seal Press
2003.500.4269 Book Where the Body Meets Memory: An Odyssey of Race, Sexuality, and Identity Mura, David 1996 Doubleday
2003.500.427 Book Cold Nights: A Novel Chin, Pa, and Nathan K. Mao and Liu Ts'un-yan, trans. 1978 The Chinese University Press
2003.500.4270 Book Profusion of Color: Korean Costumes and Wrapping Cloths of the Choson Dynasty Kim, Kumja Paik 1995 Asian Art Museum of San Francisco
2003.500.4271 Tape, Video A rock guitarist with no talent feels little connection to his Japanese heritage until he marries a Japanese girl who wants to stay in America but maintain a Sushi attitude. Living on Tokyo Time Okazaki, Steven, dir. 1986 Charter Entertainment
2003.500.4272 Tape, Video Valentine Wilmot, the owner of the popular Picadilly Club finds his lead male attraction, Victor Smiles, has quit and that the public has judged Victor's partner Mabel as over the hill. Though they are lovers, Valentine must find another dancer to replace Mabel or face an uncertain future. Piccadilly Dupont, E.A., dir. 1999 Grapevine Video
2003.500.4273 Tape, Video Lotus Flower rescues an American man washed up on the seashore. They fall in love and marry, but he returns to the United States without her, while she bears his son. When he returns, he is accompanied by his American wife. The Toll of the Sea Franklin, Chester M., dir. 2000 Grapevine Video
2003.500.4274 Tape, Video Noguchi: Portrait of an Artist Bassett, Bruce, dir. 1980 Whitegate Productions, Ltd.
2003.500.4275 Book New Pocket Hawaiian Dictionary with Concise Grammar and Given Names in Hawaiian Pukui, Mary Kawena 1992 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4276 Book Americanization, Acculturation, and Ethnic Identity: The Nisei Generation in Hawaii Tamura, Eileen H. 1994 University of Illinois Press
2003.500.4277 Book Kodomo no tame ni (For the Sake of the Children): The Japanese American Experience in Hawaii Ogawa, Dennis M. 1989 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4278 Book Geography of the Hawaiian Islands Baldwin, Charles W. 1924 American Book Company
2003.500.4279 Book Offers an account of two second-generation Japanese Americans who were demonized as threats to national security during World War II. This book follows their lives before, during, and after the war. It leads through the half century of uncertainty and trauma endured by the family before it was able to confront issues central to its existence. Nisei Memories: My Parents Talk about the War Years Takemoto, Paul Howard 2006 University of Washington Press
2003.500.428 Book The Poet Yi, Mun-yol 1995 The Harvill Press
2003.500.4280 Book The Far East and the New America: Volume II Browne, G. Waldo 1901 The R.H. Whitten Company
2003.500.4281 Book Mo'ili'ili: The Life of a Community Ruby, Laura, ed. 2005 Mo'ili'ili Community Center
2003.500.4282 Booklet To a Land Called Tengoku: One Hundred Years of the Japanese in Hawaii Ogawa, Dennis M. 1985 Mutual Publishing
2003.500.4283 Book The Island Edge of America: A Political History of Hawai'i Coffman, Tom 2003 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4284 Book The Pacific War and Peace: Americans of Japanese Ancestry in Military Intelligence Service 1941 to 1952 Uyeda, Clifford, ed. 1991 National Japanese American Historical Society
2003.500.4285 Book Hawai'i Looking Back: An Illustrated History of the Islands Grant, Glen 2000 Mutual Publishing
2003.500.4286 Book La'au Hawai'i: Traditional Hawaiian Uses of Plants Abbott, Isabella Aiona 1992 Bishop Museum Press
2003.500.4287 Book Reflections of Palama Settlement 1998 University of Hawaii at Manoa
2003.500.4288 Book The account of an unprecedented feat of engineering, vision, and courage. It is the story of the men who built the transcontinental railroad-the investors who risked their businesses and money; the enlightened politicians who understood its importance; the engineers and surveyors who risked, and sometimes lost, their lives; and the Irish and Chinese immigrants, the defeated Confederate soldiers, and the other laborers who did the backbreaking and dangerous work on the tracks. Nothing Like It in the World: The Men Who Built the Transcontinental Railroad, 1863-1869 Ambrose, Stephen E. 2000 Simon and Schuster
2003.500.4289 Book [Japanese Cookbook 1] 1991
2003.500.429 Book 6 Tanyin Alley Liu, Zongren 1989 China Books and Periodicals
2003.500.4290 Book [Japanese Cookbook 2] 1983
2003.500.4291 Book [Japanese Cookbook 3] 1992
2003.500.4292 Book Tibetan Rescue: The Extraordinary Quest to Save the Sacred Art Treasures of Tibet Logan, Pam 2002 Tuttle Publishing
2003.500.4293 Journal Vol. 54, No. 341 Jing Bao Journal 14th Air Force Association, Inc.
2003.500.4294 Book Miao and Dong peoples textiles in Guizhou Province Vanishing Traditions: Textiles and Treasures from Southwest China Roberts, Bea 2010 UC Davis Design Museum
2003.500.4295 Book In English and French Shobogenzo uji: Being Time, Extract from Shobogenzo Dogen 1997 The Zen Studies Society
2003.500.4296 Book Regional Cooking of China Gin, Margaret 1977 101 Productions
2003.500.4297 Book A readable and thoughtful review of the history of a great but tragically exploited people. China Fessler, Loren 1963 Time Incorporated
2003.500.4298 Book "Asian/Pacific Islander American Women" is a collection devoted to the historical study of A/PI women's diverse experiences in America. The text views women as historical subjects actively negotiating complex hierarchies of power. Asian/Pacific Islander American Women: A Historical Anthology Hune, Shirley, ed. 2003 New York University Press
2003.500.4299 Book A Breath of Fresh Air 2005 Queer Network Project
2003.500.430 Book Love Must Not Be Forgotten Zhang, Jie 1986 China Books
2003.500.4300 Book "On January 17, 1973, the Paris Peace Accords were concluded with the hope of bringing an end to decades of bloodshed in Vietnam, and an end to years of American intervention. What took place, however, was far from peaceful - as the combined forces of the North Vietnamese Army and Viet Cong launched an all-out offensive to end the war with complete victory over the beleaguered south.". "Here, culled from extensive interviews and research, is the story of the end of the war as told from both sides of the conflict. Included are never-before revealed accounts from people of every level and involvement in the Vietnam War: NVA and Viet Cong soldiers, U.S. embassy personnel, guerilla commanders, civilians, generals, double-agents - and leaders from both sides including former president Gerald Ford and North Vietnamese military commander General Tran Van Tra.". "From the first hints of the impending invasion from the north, to the gut-wrenching hours before the fall of Saigon, when a brave pilot defied his orders to return to base and rescue the last five Marines from the rooftop of the U.S. embassy, this is the Vietnam War as it was - raw, brutal, and tragic. Goodnight Saigon Henderson, Charles 2005 Berkley Publishing Group
2003.500.4301 Book Describes the author's early life in a farm-labour camp in Livingston, California, and the path that took him, through naval service and graduate school, far beyond Livingston. This book describes decades of toil and progress before the Filipino community entered the socio-political mainstream. Growing Up Brown: Memoirs of a Filipino American Jamero, Peter 2006 University of Washington Press
2003.500.4302 Book Two Dreams: New and Selected Stories Lim, Shirley Geok-lin 1997 Feminist Press
2003.500.4303 Book A young Tibetan American girl helps her grandfather recover from an illness through the use of a traditional cure that focuses on spiritual as well as physical recovery and brings together a caring community Tashi and the Tibetan Flower Cure Rose, Naomi C. 2011 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.4304 Book Kayla and Mishalla, two genetically engineered non-human slaves (GENs), fall in love with higher-status boys, discover deep secrets about the creation of GENs, and find out what it means to be human. Tankborn Sandler, Karen 2011 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.4305 Book George Nakashima: A Master's Furniture and Philosophy 2012 Wing Luke Asian Museum
2003.500.4306 Book The Many Roads to Highline Eyler, Melba 1979 The Highline Publishing Co.
2003.500.4307 Book Matsuda's poems break for us all the Japanese-American code of silence (gaman) toward the indignities of the nine U.S. government-mandated internment camps of WWII like Minidoka in Idaho where Matsuda was born. He not only educates us in the specifics of the suffering of this time, but also brings us into the transgenerational implications of it, connecting this shameful period to both the war in Iraq and the bombing of Hiroshima, where one of his relatives survived near ground zero... A Cold Wind from Idaho: Poems Matsuda, Lawrence 2010 Black Lawrence Press
2003.500.4308 Book Introduces girls to the Kokeshis' fabulous world of pretty kimonos, unique hair-dos, cheerful friends, and more. Suitable for both girls and adults alike, this book is complete with sneak-peek flaps, fun die-cuts, and lavish gatefolds. Kimonos Parot, Annelore 2011 Chronicle Books
2003.500.4309 Book Japanese Immigrants in the United States and the War Era 2010 National Museum of Japanese History
2003.500.431 Book Pioneer American Merchants in Japan Van Zandt, Howard F. 1980 Lotus Press Limited
2003.500.4310 Book Korean Rare Books and Manuscripts at Yale University: Korean Cultural Heritage in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library 2011 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.4311 Book Oral Histories of 35 Chinese Americans who immigrated 1934-1968 Voices of the Second Wave: Chinese Americans in Seattle Yang, Dori Jones 2011 East West Insights
2003.500.4312 Book Conservation of Papers and Textiles 2011 National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage
2003.500.4313 Book In this collection, Yiyun Li illuminates how mythology, politics, history, and culture intersect with personality to create fate. From the bustling heart of Beijing, to a fast-food restaurant in Chicago, to the barren expanse of Inner Mongolia, [this collection] reveals worlds both foreign and familiar A Thousand Years of Good Prayers Li, Yiyun 2005 Random House
2003.500.4314 Book Beyond Asian American Poverty: Community Economic Development Policies and Strategies 1993 LEAP Asian Pacific American Public Policy Institute
2003.500.4315 Book Conversational Tagalog: A Functional-Situational Approach Ramos, Teresita V. 1985 University of Hawaii Press
2003.500.4316 Book A Community Secret: The Story of Two Filipinas Agtuca, Jacqueline R. 1992 Asian Women's Shelter
2003.500.4317 Book High schooler Natalie Ng has always kept secret her talent for talking with cats, but when she learns--from a cat--that a celebrity has been replace by an imposter, she and her friends investigate, becoming movie extras to get the scoop. Cat Girl's Day Off Pauley, Kimberly 2012 Lee and Low Books, Inc.
2003.500.4318 Book The Bamboo Garden Austin, Susan 2012 Song Tree Books
2003.500.4319 Book Although two boys grow up in vastly different times and locations, their lives intersect in more ways than one as they discover compassion, develop loyalty, and find renewal in the most surprising of places. Take What You Can Carry Pyle, Kevin C. 2012 Henry Holt and Company Inc.
2003.500.432 Book A Short History of Japan Nish, Ian 1968 Frederick A. Praeger, Inc., Publishers
2003.500.4320 Book Images of America: Rainier Valley 2012 Arcadia Publishing
2003.500.4321 Book This is the story of Mimi, the younger sister of Simone, the protagonist in Daughters of the river Huong by the same author. Mimi and Her Mirror Duong, Uyen Nicole 2010 AmazonEncore
2003.500.4322 Book Nurse of Manzanar: A Japanese American's World War II Journey Nakamura, Samuel 2009
2003.500.4323 Book Fiction by Filipinos in America Brainard, Cecilia Manguerra, ed. 1993 New Day Publishers
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