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The Harvest of Endurance HTML version was developed by the National Museum of Australia with support from the Australia–China Friendship Society.
The Australia–China Friendship Society was formed in 1952 and aims to promote and extend friendship and understanding between the people of Australia and China. In 1988 the society published a booklet about the scroll which includes the research text prepared by Mo Yimei and related information:
Australia–China Friendship Society, Harvest of Endurance, A History of Chinese in Australia 1788-1988, ed. by J Culnane, ID Studio, Sydney, 1988.
ISBN 0 7316 4796 3.
Harvest of Endurance scroll: A History of the Chinese in Australia, 1788-1988. Artist: Mo Xiangyi, assisted by Wang Jingwen, researcher: Mo Yimei. Ink on paper, mounted on silk and paper. © Australia–China Friendship Society. Photography: Matt Kelso, National Museum of Australia.
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