China Through American Eyes: Early Depictions of the Chinese People and Culture in the Us Print Media by
Besides images from newspapers and journals, this collection [of primary source documents] also contains pictures about China and the Chinese published in books, brochures, commercial advertisements, campaign posters, postcards, etc. Together, they have documented portrayals of the Chinese by the U.S. print media and their evolution from ethnic curiosity, stereotyping, and racial prejudice to social awareness, reluctant understanding, and eventual acceptance. Since these publications represent different positions in American politics, they can help contemporary readers develop a more comprehensive understanding of major events in modern American and Chinese histories, such as the cause and effect of the Chinese Exclusion Act and the power struggles behind the development of the Open Door Policy at the turn of the twentieth century.
Call Number: DS774.5 .C45 2017
Publication Date: 2017 (Singapore ; Hackensack, New Jersey : World Scientific Publishing Co. Pte. Ltd)