Annotated Bibliography For the website
Wu, David Y. H., and Sidney C. H. Cheung. 2002. The globalization of Chinese food. Honolulu: University of Hawaiʻi Press.
- For this book I would look at mainly the chapters 7 on food culture, food consumption and Chinese food identity. I want to use this source to explain rice as aspect of Chinese culture.
Anderson, E. N. 1988. The food of China. New Haven: Yale University Press.
- In Chapter 7 I want to use the information on agriculture and farming of grain and wheat, to back up the culture and staple food of rice in Chinese everyday life. –
- Chapter 12, I would like to use the importance of a dinner meal, how it is used in chines culture and society, and what are the components and that rice or at least the bowl for rice must always be present on the table.
Cheung, Sidney C. H., and Chee-Beng Tan. "Chapter 5 Convenient Involvement of Food and Production of the Family Meal and Chapter 7: Estimating Rice Agriculture and Global Trade and National Food Culture in South Korea." In Food and Foodways in Asia: Resource, Tradition and Cooking, 67-83,96-113. London: Routledge, 2007.
- Chapter 5 Convenient involvement of food and production of the family meal. I want to look at the importance of work/time going into the meal. Importance of rice to post war HongKong. ChaoZhou festival involving rice trading merchants, charity rice.
Reinhart, Anthony. 2009. COMMERCE THE ETHNIC FACTOR. The Globe and Mail (1936-Current), Jun 19, 2009. http://search.proquest.com/docview/1412326301?accountid=14771 (accessed October 29, 2015).
- News article about malls or shops around markham and scarborough. Some interesting facts about Chinese culture in the area.
LH, TIFFANY HSIEH. 2009. Asian supermarket packs in patrons. Markham Economist & Sun, Oct 26, 2009. http://search.proquest.com/docview/362298673?accountid=14771 (accessed October 29, 2015).
- News article about supermarkets, long hours and stuff they have. Mentions about Foody Mart, price of products and how it makes Chinese person ( the write feels about walking into a Chinese market).
Klich, Barbara. 1982. Chinese grocery stores spread all over toronto. The Globe and Mail, Jan 27, 1982. http://search.proquest.com/docview/386712111?accountid=14771 (accessed October 29, 2015).
- About the spread of more and more Chinese supermarkets over Toronto. Competitive cheap prices for staple products. Focuses on a supermarket called china mart.