Fifth Chinese Daughter

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University of Washington Press, 1950 - Antiques & Collectibles - 246 pages
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SAP The memoirs of a young woman relate how she and her fmaily manage to keep their Chinese heritage alive while adapting to the American way of life.

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The text gave me an insight into her life. - Goodreads
The ending was especially nice. - Goodreads
What i found amusing was the pictures in the book! - Goodreads

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Jade Snow Wong Fifth Chinese Daughter is a shining example of life of an immigrant child living in America.Ms. Wong take us through her life in 3rd person showing us reflection and thoughts of that ... Read full review

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An autobiography of a young American-Chinese woman being brought up by the Chinese culture of her parents which is at loggerheads with the values and ideals of her San Francisco surroundings. Wong ... Read full review

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