If you want to know more about Chinese food and fish, here are some of the books I recommend.
- Pilcher, Jeffrey M. Food in World History. New York: British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data, 2006. Print.
- Cheung, Sidney C.H., and Chee-Beng Tan. Food and Foodways in Asia. New York: Routledge, 2007. Print.
- GERACI,PHD, VICTOR. CECILIA CHIANG:AN ORAL HISTORY. Berkeley: Regional Oral History Office, The Bancroft- Library, 2005. Print.
I went to the market with my grandmother. The interviews help me compare my experiences regarding fish with her
experience in the 1940s and mine in China and Canada in the 2000s.
- Dube, Rebecca. "'Made in Canada' - via China." Theglobeandmail. Friday's Globe and Mail, 3 Apr. 2009.
of daily grocery items, which includes fish, my research product. This data useful to show the strong
connection between Canada and China in terms of food commerce trades.
- Herklots, G., & Lin, S. (n.d.). Common marine food-fishes of Hong Kong. Hong Kong : South China Morning Post.
- Elizabeth R., D., & Samuel Barkin., J. (2011). Fish. Malden, MA.
unsustainable levels, and illuminates the problems created by governmental efforts to use fishing policy as a tool for economic
development or to win votes in domestic elections.