Contributor biographical information for American Chinatown / by Bonnie Tsui.

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Bonnie Tsui is a frequent contributor to Travel + Leisure-where she worked as an editor-and the travel sections of The New York Times and The Boston Globe, for whom she is a California-based correspondent; she also writes for National Geographic Adventure, Outside, and O the Oprah Magazine. She is the editor of a outdoor essay anthology from Sierra Club Books, entitled A Leaky Tent Is a Piece of Paradise: 20 Young Writers on Finding a Place in the Natural World (March 2007) and the author of She Went to the Field (Globe Pequot Press, 2003), a brief history of women soldiers who fought in the American Civil War. She is a graduate of Harvard University and a recipient of the Radcliffe Traveling Fellowship, and has also worked as a journalist for The Sydney Morning Herald.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Chinatowns -- United States.
Chinese Americans -- Social life and customs.
Chinese Americans -- Social conditions.
City and town life -- United States.
Chinatown (New York, N.Y.)
Chinatown (San Francisco, Calif.)
Chinatown (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Chinatown (Honolulu, Hawaii)
Chinatown Plaza (Las Vegas, Nev.)
United States -- History, Local.