A study of the plight of the Amerasian children, abandoned by their fathers in a xenophobic society that ostracized them, discusses their difficult lives, the impact of the Amerasian Homecoming Act, their repatriation to America, and their struggle in anunfamiliar societyBack upstairs, we find a dozen girls doing hand stitching and sewing on old Singer machines. Next door is a class ... aquot;These are called DIP switches a Dual Inline Packages, aquot; intones the instructor, reading from his manual. Apart from Englishanbsp;...
|Author||:||Thomas A. Bass|
|Publisher||:||Soho PressInc - 1997-06-01|