BA MPhil PhDCUHK
Dr Yuk Wah Chan is Chief Editor of the Routledge Series on Asian Migration (https://www.routledge.com/series/RSAM). Her areas of research cover international migration, borderland, tourism, Vietnam-China relations, identity, death and food. She has published two volumes on The Age of Asian Migration: Continuity, Diversity, and Susceptibility (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014, 2015), and The Chinese / Vietnamese Diaspora - Revisiting the Boat People (Routledge, 2011). She is author of Vietnamese-Chinese Relationships at the Borderlands: Trade, Tourism and Cultural Politics (Routledge, 2013). She is also the organizer of the Network for Asian Migration Studies (http://www.nams-research.net/), and a member of the editorial board of the Asian Borderlands Book Series (Amsterdam University Press), and History and Perspectives (the Journal of the Chinese Historical Society of America).
Culture and Change in Asia
Asian Migration and Global Diaspora
Food: Culture, Science and Society
Vietnamese and Chinese diaspora
Outbound Chinese tourism
Food and culture
Current/Recent Research Projects
Asian Migration and Diaspora
Food Relations in Asia
Tourism Politics in Asia
Editor or Editorial Membership
Journal Special Issue
- Chan, Yuk Wah and Bill Pritchard, eds. (Dec 2016) Special Issue: Food Politics and Relations in East Asia: Food Safety, Resilience and Sustainability, Asia-Pacific Viewpoint 56(3): 295-408.
- Chan, Yuk Wah and Brantly Womack, eds. (Aug 2016) Special Issue: Borderlands in Asia: Emergent Conditions and Relations, Asian Anthropology 15(2): 95-206.
- Wee, Vivienne and Chan Yuk Wah, eds. (2006) The Cultural Economy of Regionalisation, Journal of Contemporary Asia 36(3): 325-405.
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