On 19 March 1930, the Sydney Morning Herald reported the arrest of a white girl, two white men and a Chinese man in a ‘suspect “Pak-a-Pu” den’ in Sydney. Along with the suspects, the police took with them ‘a number…
Kate Bagnall writes here about the history and heritage of Australia's early Chinese communities. I'm particularly interested in the history of women, children and the family.
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