This is a story about an artwork illustrating a Chinese camp in Ballarat, Victoria, depicted by Percy Lindsay. This is a story about a painting that carries within it the joy, tears and fears of Chinese gold miners. This oil canvas is hidden and locked away in a black suitcase at the Ballarat gallery with its paper sketch stored at the University of Melbourne. This week on Uncurated, Caitlin Duan and Isabella Vagnoni take you on a road trip to uncover the forgotten history of Percy Lindsay. And along with it, capture the story of Chinese-Australian migrants during the gold rush era all the way into the 21st century.