It looks like Ouyang Yu’s work on literary representations of Chinese in Australian writing has made it into book form. Chinese in Australian Fiction, 1888–1988 is published by Cambria Press, but unfortunately for what seems an awful lot of money. The Cambria Press website lists it at $139.95 / £82.95. Ouch. More information is available on their website.
Yu’s fictions, however, are inexpensive and widely available. I’ve read and reviewed The English Class and Loose and I think he should be a candidate for the Nobel Prize. His angry denunciations about Australian life are not easy to read, but his depictions of the identity crisis which besets the immigrant are brilliant.