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  • Daphne Lei
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  • Chapter One: Chinese Theatre and the Eternal Frontier in Nineteenth-Century California Chapter Two: Local, National and International Performance of Barbarians at the Turn of the Twentieth Century Chapter Three: Rebellion, Revolution and Theatricality in Late-Qing China Chapter Four: San Francisco Chinatown, Cantonese Opera and the New Millennium Chapter Five: The Global Consensus in Chinese Opera on Stage and Screen
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  • Alta California (October 16, 1852)
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  • Tung Hong Took Hook Took Tong Tung Hook Long Hong Fook Tong Hong Hook Tong Tong Hook Tong Hook Took Tong, Hong Took Tong, Hook Tong Hook Tung Hook Tong
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  • ! (Chinese/Oriental/Celestial Theatre) , A -Sin/A-Ping John Chinaman& China Mary (Kum-see, U-kan, O-look; Chingchong Chinaman)
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  • vs (
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  • Royal China Theatre (From Frank Leslie Illustrated Newspaper, August 24, 1878)
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  • Chinese Theatre on Jackson Street ( Royal Chinese Theatre? 1880-1890)
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  • Voltaire, Murphy) / Page Law, Chinese Exclusion Act
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  • Voltaire: LOrphelin de la Chine (1755)
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  • Arthur Murphy: Orphan of China (1767)
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  • Gertrude Tidball in The First Born
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  • Royal Chinese Theatre
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  • Dressing-Room of the Royal China Theatre ( Frank Leslie Illustrated Newspaper, August 24, 1878
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  • Chinese Theatre, 623 Jackson Street (1905 Postcard)