Chinese American Part 2 Questions

Chinese American Part 2 Questions - Sharon Ng ICS 9 7/21/11...

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Sharon Ng ICS 9 7/21/11 Chinese American Part 2 Questions 1.According to Frank Wu, what is the moral of Wong Kim Ark’s story? What lessons do you think the story teaches? How does it deepen your understanding of civil rights? Of the importance of the rights guaranteed in the US Constitution? Answer: According to Frank Wu, this story was made to show the measures taken by Chinese immigrants to fight against oppression that they faced. It is supposed to counter submission, and their stereotypes. It teaches the viewer that the Chinese Americans fought hard and earned their rights. 2.What is the moral of the stories Connie Young Yu tells about both sets of grandparents? How do those stories deepen your understanding of the rights guaranteed in the US Constitution? How do they complicate your understanding of the long campaign that Chinese American women faced to become American? Answer: The Chinese families struggled constantly and they tried hard to make new lives in the West. When they came, they were uncertain of their futures but they still took the
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This note was uploaded on 08/30/2011 for the course ICS 9 taught by Professor Parker during the Summer '11 term at DeAnza College.

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