Father Takes A Break
Mom’s Rare Breaks
Entire Block Replaced
Sam Lee “Parking Lot”?
Mom’s Angel Island Morality Quiz
When Madame ChiangCame Back to Macon
I just wanted to be a baseball star
Chop Chop, my only Chinese role model
Macon’s Farewell to Us
No Laundries in China
My g-g-fathers’ 19 laundries
Iowa’s Isolated Laundrymen
Anti-Chinese Feelings
Laundry As A ‘Prison’
Mocking the Laundryman
Mississippi Chinese
Chinese Grocery Families
Worked and Lived in Stores
Segregated Schools
A Fading Way of Life
Tribute to Chinese Mission School
Chinese Food Not Always Popular
Fears of Chinese Food
Family-run cafes were simple
Chop Suey Turned the Tide
All family members worked
In a mom and pop café kitchen
The closing of a family cafe
Closed!
Goal: Reach New Audiences
My ‘Chinese’ Name is not Jung
My Prophetic Name
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America
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Presentation at Chinese American Heritage Societies Conference, Seattle, WA, April 20, 2013. (I converted he Original Prezi slide file to Powerpoint so that slides could be synched with an audio file of the actual talk)

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Why and How A Retired Psychology Professor Became An Historian of Chinese in America

  1. 1. Father Takes A Break
  2. 2. Mom’s Rare Breaks
  3. 3. Entire Block Replaced
  4. 4. Sam Lee “Parking Lot”?
  5. 5. Mom’s Angel Island Morality Quiz
  6. 6. When Madame ChiangCame Back to Macon
  7. 7. I just wanted to be a baseball star
  8. 8. Chop Chop, my only Chinese role model
  9. 9. Macon’s Farewell to Us
  10. 10. No Laundries in China
  11. 11. My g-g-fathers’ 19 laundries
  12. 12. Iowa’s Isolated Laundrymen
  13. 13. Anti-Chinese Feelings
  14. 14. Laundry As A ‘Prison’
  15. 15. Mocking the Laundryman
  16. 16. Mississippi Chinese
  17. 17. Chinese Grocery Families
  18. 18. Worked and Lived in Stores
  19. 19. Segregated Schools
  20. 20. A Fading Way of Life
  21. 21. Tribute to Chinese Mission School
  22. 22. Chinese Food Not Always Popular
  23. 23. Fears of Chinese Food
  24. 24. Family-run cafes were simple
  25. 25. Chop Suey Turned the Tide
  26. 26. All family members worked
  27. 27. In a mom and pop café kitchen
  28. 28. The closing of a family cafe
  29. 29. Closed!
  30. 30. Goal: Reach New Audiences
  31. 31. My ‘Chinese’ Name is not Jung
  32. 32. My Prophetic Name

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