Vol. 6, No. 2: Fall, 1982 Preview

Here is what’s inside this Edition:

Editorial – Simpson – Mazzoli Bill

The history of immigration and immigration policies in the United States has always reflected the economic, political, and the racial status of the immigrant minorities.

 

The Center in 1982-83

The Asian American Studies Center begins in 1982-83 academic year with new community, staff, and project developments which will greatly affect the center’s future beyond the immediate year.

 

Beginning A New Year: the Asian Coalition

The need for unity among Asian Pacific students and student groups continues to be great.

 

New Research in Asian American Studies

The Asian American Studies Center announces the publication of its August 1982 issue of the Amerasia Journal, devoted to new research in Chinese and Japanese American history by Asian American scholars.

 

Marriage And Divorce Among Chinese Americans

New research on ethnic identification and economic independence among Chinese American women is the topic of a dissertation recently completed by Carol Iu of the UCLA Department of Social Welfare.

 

Asian Indian Immigration

The special issue on immigration published by the South Asia Bulletin is now available for distribution.

 

One Down, But More to Go the Defense of Chol Soo Lee

On Friday, 3 September 1982 at 8;05 pm, the San Francisco District Court declared Chol Soo Lee innocent in a retrial for the murder of Yip Yee Tak.

 

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