Red Means Good Fortune: A Story of San Francisco's Chinatown

Red Means Good Fortune: A Story of San Francisco's Chinatown

Barbara Diamond Goldin / Jul 24, 2019

Red Means Good Fortune A Story of San Francisco s Chinatown Twelve year old Jin Mun working for his father s laundry in San Francisco Chinatown is shocked to discover that one of his neighbors is a slave girl forbidden to leave her house

  • Title: Red Means Good Fortune: A Story of San Francisco's Chinatown
  • Author: Barbara Diamond Goldin
  • ISBN: 9780140360820
  • Page: 242
  • Format: Paperback
  • Twelve year old Jin Mun, working for his father s laundry in San Francisco Chinatown, is shocked to discover that one of his neighbors is a slave girl, forbidden to leave her house.

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    676 Comments

    1. gr 3-5 52 pgs1868/1869 San Francisco. Chin Jin Mun works hard to help deliver the clean laundry to his father's customers, but he is always dreaming of the day he can go traveling to see the mountains. His Older Brother is working on the railroad and his letters are full of descriptions of the mountians where they are working. On one of his deliveries Jin Mun meets Lew Wai Hing, a slave. Jin Mun can't stop thinking about her and is determined to find a way to free her. A quick read with lots of [...]


    2. gr 3-5 52 pgs1868/1869 San Francisco. Chin Jin Mun works hard to help deliver the clean laundry to his father's customers, but he is always dreaming of the day he can go traveling to see the mountains. His Older Brother is working on the railroad and his letters are full of descriptions of the mountians where they are working. On one of his deliveries Jin Mun meets Lew Wai Hing, a slave. Jin Mun can't stop thinking about her and is determined to find a way to free her. A quick read with lots of [...]


    3. Good storyk; best for 5th-6th grade levels. Interesting historical fiction. I wish I could find a book like this that goes more into depth on the subject of the Chinese working on the railroads, Chinese culture and Chinese girls sold into slavery.


    4. Lovely little book with insights into Chinese culture in 19th century America and China with New Year. Great representation of ten year olds with their dreams and logic. :)


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