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Some list members may be interested in the publication of a special double issue on Canada-China relations in the Journal of American East Asian Relations volume 20, number 2-3 (2013). The issue theme is "A Deeper Engagement: People, Institutions and Cultural Connections in Canada-China Relations." The issue was guest-edited by John Meehan (Campion College, University of Regina) and David Webster (Bishop's University). Contents are as follows: Introduction Authors: John Meehan; David Webster pp. 109-116 (8) Images and Immigration: China and Canada Author: Patricia E. Roy pp. 117-138 (22) Literary Interactions between China and Canada: Literary Activities in the Chinese Community from the Late Qing Dynasty to the Present Author: Laifong Leung pp. 139-155 (17) French Canada's Quiet Obsession with China Author: Serge Granger pp. 156-174 (19) H. H. Stevens and the Chinese: The Transition to Conservative Government and the Management of Controls on Chinese Immigration to Canada, 1900-1914 Author: Julie F. Gilmour pp. 175-189 (15) Red China Blues: Paul Martin, Lester B. Pearson, and the China Conundrum, 1963-1967 Author: Greg Donaghy pp. 190-202 (13) Bringing China In: The New Democratic Party, China, and Multilateralism, 1949-68 * Author: Stephanie Bangarth pp. 203-215 (13) After the Missionaries: Churches and Human Rights NGOs in Canadian relations with China * Author: David Webster pp. 216-233 (18) Creating From Ashes: Huang Zhongyang's Memories of The Shadow of Mao * Author: Gail Chin pp. 234-255 (22) Institutional Difference and Cultural Difference: A Comparative Study of Canadian and Chinese Cultural Diplomacy Author: Yue Hu pp. 256-268 (13) Making Sense of Canada's Public Image in China * Author: Yuchao Zhu pp. 269-285 (17) Reminiscences Author: Bernie Michael Frolic pp. 287-300 (14) Recollections of a China Correspondent Author: Norman Webster pp. 301-306 (6) David Webster Associate Professor, History, Bishop's University --