Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Sacrifice (Hong Kong)

I remember one day coming home with soot and dust covering the shoulders of my coat from the pollution. My son once asked me, “Why did you leave China with such a good job to come to America? You work much harder here than back in China.” In China, I was considered upper class. I had a high income, lived ... Read More »

Life of the Chinese American

Imagine waking up and not hearing alarms or factories working, but instead the voices of kids yelling as they played in the courtyard, the sound of food sizzling while being cooked in a cart by our local vendor in Hong Kong. The savory yet piquant smell of Luobo Gao as it wafted throughout the air and into your living room. ... Read More »

Leaving Hong Kong Before It Changed Hands

Ms Zen was born in mainland China and moved to Hong Kong with her sibling and parents when she was young. Her family’s living situation and condition in Hong Kong was drastically different from when they were in China. They shared one kitchen and one bathroom with eight tenants and two landlords, and her family of four shared a bedroom ... Read More »

Angela “Angi” Chau

Angela “Angi” Chau was born in 1977 in Hong Kong. She and her sister were raised by their grandmothers while their parents were applying for a green card in the United States. Her father was fairly familiar with the United States because he went to college in America, but moved back to Hong Kong after graduating. The main reason for ... Read More »

Jane Liang

Where did you come from and where did you move to? I was born in Singapore, however, at a vey young age, my family and I moved to Michigan. Then shortly afterwards, when I was around one and a half years old, we moved to California. How did you personally feel about moving to a new country? I was very ... Read More »

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