|Notable work(s)||Saltwater City; Ghost Train; Teach Me to Fly, Skyfighter; The Curses of Third Uncle|
Paul Yee (born 1956) is a Chinese-Canadian writer.   He is third-generation Canadian and was born in Saskatchewan in 1956 but grew up in Vancouver's Chinatown. Yee holds a Master's degree in Canadian history from the University of British Columbia and worked as archivist at City of Vancouver Archives (1979-1987) and at Archives of Ontario (1988-1991). He is the author of several children's books: Teach Me to Fly, Skyfighter and The Curses of Third Uncle as well as Ghost Train — winner of the 1996 Governor General's Award for English language children's literature. Ghost Train was adapted as a play by Betty Quan and performed by the Young Peoples Theatre in Toronto in 2001.
His 1988 book Saltwater City is an examination of Vancouver's Chinese-Canadian culture and experience. It won the City of Vancouver Book Award in 1989.
- Ghost Train (1996)
A Song for Ba (2004)
Jade Necklace (2002)
Roses Sing on New Snow (1991)
Ghost Train (1996) adapted into play
Shu-Li and Diego (2009)
Shu-Li and Tamara (2008)
The Lost Spike (short story) (2004)
The Boy in the Attic (1998)
Teach Me to Fly, Skyfighter and Other Stories (1983)
Middle grade & young adult:
The Curses of Third Uncle (1986)
Tales from Gold Mountain (2011)
Fly Away (short story) (2001)
Dead Man's Gold and Other Stories (2002)
Blood and Iron (2010)
The Secret Keepers (2011)
Bone Collector's Son (2003)
Money Boy (2011)
Learning to Fly (2008)
What Happened This Summer (2006)
Struggle and Hope: the Chinese in Canada (1996)
Arrivals (a poem) (2011)
Jade in the Coal (a play) (2011)
If Walls Could Talk (2003)
Saltwater City: an Illustrated History of the Chinese in Vancouver (2006)
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- Bio at http://www.paulyee.ca
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- Ouzounian, Richard (April 23, 2001). "Gifted creative team rides artful Ghost Train". Toronto Star. p. C.05. Retrieved 30 January 2010.
- Walker, Susan (April 16, 2001). "Forgotten heroes ; New play, opera tell the story of the Chinese workers who built Canada's national railway". Toronto Star. p. E.01. Retrieved 30 January 2010.
- "Comic grosses out Saturday Night's Dunn". Toronto Star. May 8, 1990. p. E.2. Retrieved 30 January 2010.