Chinese Immigration[FINAL]

Chinese Immigration[FINAL] - Tatsumi 1 Otto Tatsumi...

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Tatsumi Otto Tatsumi Professor Linda M Bland-Stewart Ph.D. SPHR 72 October 27 th 2007 Chinese Immigration The Orange Chicken is not an authentic Chinese dish: it is actually an authentic American one. The dish largely owes its fame to the Chinese Americans who perfected it over the years with trial and error. But who are they? When did the Chinese show up in the United States? It is almost certain they did not come here to satisfy the hunger of Americans. No. They came as indentured servants looking for wealth and fortune in America. But it is true they operate some of the best restaurants in the world. Since they first arrived in 1848 they took drastic measures to get to where they are now. From the days of indentured servants to being successful upper echelon citizens, the Chinese fought their ways into America. (Bland-Stewart) When they first stepped foot on American soil they were in debt. To escape the great famine in Kwantong, Chinese workers became indentured servants to pay for their
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