Hop Lin Jong's arrival in Western Australia in 1901 was remarkable only because she was Chinese. Her life might have passed in obscurity if not for the murder of her daughter in 1925.
Excessive drinking, the risk of sexual assault ... it can be dangerous work being a bridesmaid in China.
Dallas Rogers speaks with Alanna Kamp on how racism and sexism has excluded lives and experiences of Chinese-Australian women from our historical record.
Once China claimed to lead the way in equality for women. Today, women are warned they will be "leftovers" if they don't produce children.