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Table Of Contents

My Mother (1902-1982)
My Parents’ Courtship
The Years of Separation (1923-1927)
The Young Family in Canton (1928-1937)
One Day That Changed Our Lives Forever
Refugees in Hong Kong (1937-1939)
America
The Immigrant Family in Phoenix
Becoming Americans
Learning the Language
Perfect Immigrant Children
Harry and His Big Red Wagon
Horse-Poop Greens and Helen at the Chicken House
Our Play City in the Patch of Dry Dirt
The Making of a Diva
The Boy with the Golden Voice
The Turning Point
Gilbert
The Storefront/Our Home
Mom at Center Market
Pop at Center Market
Growing Up in Gilbert
Becoming Citizens
Making It in America
The House at 3549 West McDowell Road
Five Weddings, Sixteen Grandchildren
The Death of My Parents
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Unbound: Memories of an Immigrant Daughter

Unbound: Memories of an Immigrant Daughter

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A story that could only happen in America. A tale of riches, to rags, to... something more important. This is the memoir of Peggy Tang Strait, born Won Yuen Tang, the middle child of Doris and Paul Tang and the sister of Ruthie, Harry, Helen, and Andrew Tang. Follow their journey from the aristocracy of pre-War China to working class poverty in rural Arizona and, eventually, to the attainment of the American Dream. This is a story of perseverance that transcends cultures and generations. Please share the Tang family with your family.
A story that could only happen in America. A tale of riches, to rags, to... something more important. This is the memoir of Peggy Tang Strait, born Won Yuen Tang, the middle child of Doris and Paul Tang and the sister of Ruthie, Harry, Helen, and Andrew Tang. Follow their journey from the aristocracy of pre-War China to working class poverty in rural Arizona and, eventually, to the attainment of the American Dream. This is a story of perseverance that transcends cultures and generations. Please share the Tang family with your family.

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Publish date: Jun 24, 2013
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