Finding the records for “impossible” genealogy – lessons learned from a Chinese genealogist

Linda Yip
May 9, 2024
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Speaker's Introduction
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DNA
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Experts and Mentors
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Legal and Regulatory Framework
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About this webinar

Even now, genealogy for underrepresented populations can be considered “impossible.” In this talk you’ll learn which populations are considered so, why that is, and techniques for expanding your genealogical skills. I use Chinese genealogy but the lessons are applicable for all underrepresented genealogical groups.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Linda Yip is an author, researcher, and storyteller who has been invited to speak at businesses and non-profits, colleges and historical societies in Canada and the United States. In 2023, she attended the Senate Commemoration of the Centenary of
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  1. RA
    Robin A Swattes
    2 months ago

    While I do not have any Chinese origins, Ms. Yip is an excellent speaker and enjoyed this webinar very much. I look forward to her next presentation! Thanks!

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  2. SH
    Susan Hurley
    3 months ago

    What an awesome presentation and I learned so much!

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  3. NJ
    Neville Jones
    3 months ago

    I am the Director of the NT Chinese Museum (Chung Wah Society) in Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia, and responsible for maintaining the family trees. On a few fortuitous occasions, I have been able to make family connections to US and Canadian records. Linda’s presentation has encouraged me to delve further into this research avenue.

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  4. VC
    Vickie Cook
    3 months ago

    Ms Yip was so inciteful and gave me hope for my own research.

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  5. DH
    Diane Henriks
    3 months ago

    Fantastic Presentation!

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  6. MA
    Mary Apple
    3 months ago

    I thought I had an impossible problem to solve due to very little documentation. This webinar has given me hope.

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  7. HM
    heather mackay
    3 months ago

    Excellent – very clear and well-structured presentation. Lots of transferrable strategies for: Other geographical locations – eg Chinese miners and market gardeners in Australia during/after 1850s gold rushes, impacted by consequences of legal and social practices in US and Canada; Other under-represented communities, whether indigenous to, or relocating into, regions being newly-colonised by European “settlers”. Heather M

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    Bob Allebone
    3 months ago

    A wonderful speaker on a topic most of us know little about. It opened our eyes to the challenges of Chinese genealogy but gave us hope for limited success in identifying possible sources and a research strategy. Linda is very organized and develops the subject in a logical order. She is a pleasure to listen too. You should invite her back to develop aspects of her presentation in more detail.

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