From Shekki to Sydney: An Autobiography
- About the Book
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, large numbers of Chinese travelled to the USA, Australia, and other parts of the world to prospect for gold or to work as laborers, gardeners, and traders, but there are very few accounts of the lives of these people, who predominantly came from the coastal region of Guangdong province. Stanley Hunt’s From Shekki to Sydney: An Autobiography fills part of this gap in Australian and Chinese social history by documenting his childhood in Shekki, his experiences in Australia, and the lives of his parents and grandparents.
- About the Author(s)
Stanley Hunt, Author
- Supporting Resources