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2010 - Vol. 32 No. 1
Shaken as by an Earthquake: Chinese Americans,
Segregation and Displacement in Los Angeles, 1870-1938

Isabela Seong-Leong Quintana, Tara Fickle, William Gow
A History of the Los Angeles City Market: 1930-1950
Tara Fickle
Building a Chinese Village in Los Angeles:
Christine Sterling and the Residents of China City, 1938-1948

William Gow


A companion journal to the Chinatown Remembered Community History Project. Chinatown Remembered Project reflects the Chinese Historical Society of Southern California’s on-going effort to document the history of Los Angeles Chinatown and the surrounding Chinese American communities.


Gum Saan Journal is an annual publication. It solicits manuscripts that explore the historical, cultural, and humanistic aspects of Chinese American experiences, particularly relating to Southern California, as well as contemporary issues of relevence to the Chinese American community. Manuscripts should be approximately 3,000 words in length. If your manuscript is accepted for publication, you will be responsible for obtaining permission to reproduce any copyrighted materials used in your article.