East Asia Library Oral History Project at the University of Washington Libraries

History through Memories and Stories:
Exploring Seattle’s Chinese Immigrant Experiences

This oral history project documents the life and experiences of Seattle’s Chinese immigrant community from Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mainland China, and other areas of the world. Chinese immigrants came from very diverse social and economic backgrounds. Their decisions to come to the U.S. and their American experiences were significantly shaped by the political, economic, and social developments of their times. This project aims to create an archive for use by future scholars that provides a balanced representation of the various groups of Chinese immigrants from different geographical areas and historical periods.
 

Forum on the Future of Taiwan

We were honored to have Prof. Chung-Shing Lee and Prof. David Bachman as our speakers of “Forum on Future of Taiwan” to discuss the future of Taiwan from different perspectives. In addition, the speech is followed by a panel discussion with community leaders.

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