CHSA

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AcronymDefinition
CHSAChildhood Sexual Abuse
CHSAChinese Historical Society of America
CHSACongressional Hispanic Staff Association
CHSAChest, Heart and Stroke Association (UK)
CHSACanada Health Spending Account (health insurance; Canada)
CHSACambridge-Harvard Summer Academy
CHSAChristleton High School Association
CHSACrimson Harvard Summer Academy
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Alice Yu Entertains Square and Circle," California Chinese Press, April 4,1941, 1; "Dance to Raise 'Y' Camp Funds" California Chinese Press, March 28, 1941, 1; Victoria Wong, "Square and Circle Club: Women in the Public Sphere," in Chinese America: History and Perspectives (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1994), 127-54; Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, "Loveliest Daughter of Our Ancient Cathay!: Representations of Ethnic and Gender Identity in the Miss Chinatown U.S.A.
Donald Canter, "Speech," Chinese Historical Society of America, 1965, CHS-SF, box 3, folder 27.
Eventually Phil found a venue to share his quest for social justice and history--the Chinese Historical Society of America, founded in 1963.
To promote Him Mark Lai's outstanding scholarship in Chinese American history, the Chinese Historical Society of America has created a remarkable, user-friendly digital archive of works by and about Him Mark Lai in English and Chinese.
Lai, Him Mark Lai: Autobiography of a Chinese American Historian (Los Angeles: UCLA Asian American Studies Center; San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 2011).
Chace, "Returning Thanks: Chinese Rites in an American Community" (PhD diss., University of California, Riverside, 1992); Joan Mann, "Two Daoist Temples: The Baiyunguan (White Cloud Temple) in Shanghai and the Bok Kai Temple in Marysville, 1880s until Present," Chinese America: History & Perspectives--The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America with UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 2007), 137-48; and Reuben Ibanez, "Historical Bok Kai Temple in Old Marysville, California" (Marysville Chinese Community, 1967).
(4.) See Lai, Lim, and Yung, Island; Lee and Yung, Angel Island; Judy Yung and Marlon Hom, "Life Is Like a Dream: Confessions of an Illegal Alien," Chinese America: History & Perspectives--The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America, 1989): 87-110; Judy Yung, "Detainment at Angel Island: An Interview with Koon T.
Jean Dere's article "Born Lucky: The Story of Laura Lai" reveals little-known but very interesting facets of the life of Laura Lai, the spouse of Him Mark Lai, whose contributions to the study of Chinese Americans were innumerable and remarkable, and to whom the Chinese Historical Society of America owes a great deal of gratitude for his constant support.
See also Yang Guobiao, Liu Hanbiao, and Yang Anyao, Meiguo huaqiaoshi [A history of Overseas Chinese in America] (Guangzhou: Guangdong gaodeng jiaoyu chubanshe, 1989), especially chapter 13, and Him Mark Lai, "Roles Played by Chinese in America during China's Resistance to Japanese Aggression and during World War II," Chinese America: History & Perspectives--The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America with UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 1997), 75-125.
Chingwah had cofounded the Chinese Culture Center and the Chinese Historical Society of America with Thomas Chinn in 1965, and in 1966, a small group of society members asked if Chingwah would start teaching on Chinese art and culture.
Fan, "A Century of Chinese Christians: A Case Study on Cultural Integration in Hawaii," Chinese America: History & Perspectives--The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America with UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 2010), pages 87-93.
Edgar Wickberg, "Contemporary Overseas Chinese Ethnicity in the Pacific Region," Chinese America: History & Perspectives --The Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America (San Francisco: Chinese Historical Society of America with UCLA Asian American Studies Center, 2010), pages 133-141.
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