Chopsticks In The Land Of Cotton Lives Of Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers

Author: Professor of Psychology Emeritus John Jung
Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN: 1257144413
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The story of how a few Chinese immigrants found their way to the Mississippi River Delta in the late 1870s and earned their living with small family operated grocery stores in neighborhoods where mostly black cotton plantation workers lived ...

The Land Of The Five Flavors

Author: Thomas O. Höllmann
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231536542
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Stanford University Press, 2000. Jung, John. Chopsticks in the Land of Cotton.
Lives of the Mississippi Delta Chinese Grocers. Cypress, CA.: Yin & Yang Press,
2008. ———. Sweet and Sour. Life in Chinese Family Restaurants. Cypress, CA.:
Yin & Yang Press, 2011. Kallgren, Joyce K., ed. “Food, Famine, and the Chinese
Society,” Journal of Asian Studies 41.4 (1982): 685–801. Kandel, Jochen.

Southern Fried Rice

Author: John Jung
Publisher: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781466218925
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This memoir conveys the experiences, first of my parents and subsequently of our family, the only Chinese people living in Macon, Georgia between 1928 and 1956.


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Calvert takes pride in black Chinese and here Mayor Cooper Wiese (right) meets
with Jack McGraw, grandson of one of the original Chinese settlers, and Sammy
Lee Chopp, with his quarterhorse, Sugar Foot. Chinese ... Yepp, now retired, but
for 42 years manager of a cotton gin in "Calvert, said to be the largest in the world
, says: "I had a Chinese father, Tom Yepp, who came from Hong Kong. My mother
... Son Arthur Williams, is the only one in Calvert who still eats with chopsticks.