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A: Yes. We now live at Ng Ong village.Q: When did you move to Ng Ong Village?A: When I was five years old.Q: How far are those two villages apart?A: Five
s.Q: Are they in the same district?A: Yes.Q: What separates the two villages?A: There are two villages between the old and new, EiLow and Quoi Yuan.Q: What is the nearest market place to your present village?A: Woo Lun market - a little over one
.Q: What are your father’s names?A: Ong To Ming and Ong Ging Lung. [In China, eachperson had as many as four names. It was customaryfor a person to have a birth name, school name, mar-ried name, and a respectful title when he died. n8]Q: How old is he?A: 36.Q: Where is he?A: Now at Phoenix, Arizona. He is a cook there.Q: Did you ever see him in China?A: Yes, KS 34 he returned to China.Q: How long did he stay at that time?A: A little over two years, returning to the UnitedStates ST 3-4.Q: Did you ever see him in China before KS 34?A: Yes, I do not just remember. I was a boy at thattime.Q: What is your mother’s name?A: Mar Shee.Q: How old is she, and what kind offeet has she?[Questions related to the “kind offeet” women hadwere relevant to whether the feet were natural orbound. The binding offeet severely limited the growthofthe feet and women’s ability to walk and was a“marker ofwealth and status” in China through the1920s, even though the binding ofwomen’s feet wasoutlawed during the 1911 Revolution in China. n9]A: 36, natural feet, now living in the home village.Q: What village is she from?A: San Gok village, about two pos from my village.Q: How many brothers and sisters have you?A: Two brothers, no sisters.Q: What are their names and ages and present where-abouts?A: Ong Chung Wing, 17 years old, now at home inChina; Chung Yep, 4 years old, at home in China.Q: Are these all the brothers you ever had?A: Yes.Q: What is your paternal grandfather’s name?A: Ong Yep Thit. I do not know his other name.Q: Where is he?A: Now living at home.Q: How old a man is he?A: 61.Q: What is he doing in China?