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The author argues that the various museums to have opened in Sarajevo in recent years indeed have the potential to become crucial public spaces where authoritative notions of history, memory, and identity can be critically examined, negotiated, and contested.

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Here in Australia, Chinese masculinity was expressed markedly different from the white gold diggers. It was not just the appearance of their pigtails, straw hats and embroidered shoes, but also their pole-carrying and their ways of cooking that contrasted starkly with European males on the goldfields. Their lack of women among the population also attracted attention. There was a lack of government administrators at Lambing Flat: a recipe for disaster. By June of , the first violent anti-Chinese riot erupted.

It was the culmination of eight months of growing conflict between Euro-American and the Chinese miners.

A long list of causes ranged from racial prejudice to wasteful mining methods, water shortages, fear of economic competition, homosexuality, their practice of taking up abandoned mining claims, to the covert export of gold back to China. From the Euro-American perspective, the Chinese had very different and very unfamiliar, very complex embodied, social and spatial practices, or what Pierre Bourdieu termed habitus.

The bodies of the newly arrived Chinese spoke of their pasts: embodied in ways of walking in wooden shoes, their utterances, carrying their possessions on bamboo poles, their dress practices, their diet, their tangible expressions of beliefs and their ways of working the land and water for gold. Their skin, their eyes, their hair prevented their acceptance as Australians.

The Chinese lived and worked in tight socially cohesive groups of between 30 and men, tied by kinship and locality of origin. Their ways of being and inhabiting social spaces did not align with that of the Euro-Americans on the goldfields. In November of that year in Lambing Flat, a group of disgruntled white miners marched behind a German brass band, chasing off Chinese from the field destroying their tents.

By the following January the population of miners had swollen to 9, Historians have noted how Europeans tended to rush from one site to another as wild rumours of fabulous wealth lured them from payable claims.

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Historians suggests that the well-equipped and meticulous Chinese would move in and work the abandoned diggings, yet, were condemned for this practice. In the s, two German brothers, the Tiedemanns, sold their land and dam to a group of Chinese who continued working the site for gold. However, here the sale of land to the Chinese was never officially documented and records only show that the area was Crown Land, despite the site having long associations with Chinese market gardening.

Back at Lambing Flat, tensions rose and fell until the following June , when the large banner was paraded, drumming up supporters.

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Not all reached safety. One can only imagine the horror for some in viewing this trophy and the sense of demasculinization it must have caused for the Chinese. By , there were just under 30,, and in the number dropped to 9, The Chinese disappeared from official Australian history once the full impact of the Immigration Restriction Act came into effect.

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  8. This was long-lasting. The voice of the Chinese from the gold rush era in Australia is almost non-existent. There is no extant record of how the Chinese from the Lambing Flat goldfields felt about the violence inflicted on them.

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    Hints of the Chinese presence can be found within many small country towns by the fading and long-established Chinese restaurants. In Young, very faded signwriting indicated a Chinese restaurant, now a fast food outlet. Unlike previous excursions, the domestic students were quite agitated in a discussion about the museum displays.