“An excellent in-depth study…Ross has presented many thought-provoking ideas in this work”
--Journal of Anthropological Research
The first detailed comparative work examining archaeological assemblages from contemporaneous Japanese and Chinese sites. . . . An excellent introduction for archaeologists who are interested in transnationalism and diaspora.
--Canadian Journal of Archaeology
By subjecting archaeological finds to historical (written and oral) documentation and to the analytical writing on diaspora and transnationalism, [Ross] develops a useful model for understanding historical Asian archaeology in late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century British Colombia.
--British Colombian Quarterly