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Cover -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Contributors -- INTRODUCTION Culture, Identity, Commodity: Testing Diasporic Literary Boundaries -- 1 ""Peeking Ducks"" and ""Food Pomographers"": Commodifying Culinary Chinese Americanness -- 2 Market Forces and Powerful Desires: Reading Evelyn Lau's Cultural Labor -- 3 ""There're a Billion Bellies Out There"": Commodity Fetishism, The Uber-Oriental, and the Geopolitics of Desire in David Henry Hwang's M. Butterfly -- 4 ""How Taste Remembers Life"": Diasporic Memory and Community in Fred Wah's Poetry.
5 ""Where are you from?"": New Imaginings of Identity in Chinese-Australian Writing -- 6 The Problem of Diaspora: On Chinese Canadian Cultural Production in English -- 7 ""Forays into Acts of Transformation"": Queering Chinese-Canadian Diasporic Fictions -- 8 Decentring Orientalist and Ocker Masculinities in Birds of Passage -- 9 Exporting Feminism: Jade Snow Wong's Global Tour -- 10 Sleep No More: Ouyang Yu's Wake-up Call to Multicultural Australia -- 11 On Ascriptive and Acquisitional Americanness: The Accidental Asian and the Illogic of Assimilation.
12 ""Many Degrees of Dark and Light"": Sliding the Scale of Whiteness with Simone Lazaroo -- Index.
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