Category Archives: Li Ling-Ai

The Slow Boat to China – Travel & Immigration Law

After a couple of research trips to Los Angeles and New York, I’m back in Hawaii recovering from jet lag and contemplating the old style of travel that Juanita Sheridan and Li Ling-Ai used – the ocean liner. I’ve never … Continue reading

Posted in 1930s Hawaii, 1930s Matson liners, Chinese American History, Chinese Exclusion Act, Juanita Sheridan, Li Ling-Ai, Mystery Novels, The Chinese Chop, Yellow Peril | 1 Comment

A Few Words About Li Ling-Ai

The guardian angel of my blog, she sits in the upper right corner, looking over every post on my home page.  You might be wondering why she is there and how she is connected to Lily Wu or Juanita Sheridan.   … Continue reading

Posted in Chinatown Hawaii, Female Role Models, Kong Tai Heong, Li Khai Fai, Li Ling-Ai, On A Dream and a Dare | 9 Comments