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Ten Thousand Flowers Read Ten Thousand Flowers By Nona Mock Wyman Brazilianportuguesetranslator.us From The Author Of The Award Winning Book, Chopstick Childhood In A Town Of Silver Spoons And Its Sequel, Bamboo Women, Comes The Next Phase Of Nona Mock Wyman S Life In 1935, Two Year Old Nona Mock Wyman Was Abandoned At The Ming Quong Home, A Chinese Girl S Orphanage In Los Gatos, California Now, Eighty Two Year Old Nona Captures Her Life After The Orphanage In Walnut Creek, California Ten Thousand Flowers Is Told With Honesty And Truth, Sprinkled With Refreshing Humor It Captures Fascinating Stories And Lessons Learned Emanating From The Forty Seven Years As The Owner Of Ming Quong, A Store In Suburban Walnut Creek Dating Back To The 1960 S Simply Told, Nona S Memoirs Are Written In Haibun Form Prose With Haiku Haiku And Tanka Poems From Nona, Customers And Friends Are Included, Adding A Twist Of Fresh Air And A Feeling Of Spring History Is Recorded With Stories Of Walnut Creek S Bustling Growth Free Trolley Buses Resembling San Francisco S Famous Landmarks Are Now In Operation The Conductor, A Ming Quong Customer, Will Ding The Bell And Point Out The Store, Proclaiming To Her Riders That Ming Quong Is The Oldest Existing Store On Main Street And Named One Of The 7 Wonders Of The East Bay.

About the Author: Nona Mock Wyman

In 1935, at the age of two, Nona Mock Wyman was abandoned at the Ming Quong orphanage in Los Gatos, California From that first, searing memory of seeing her mother walk out of her life forever, Mock turned grief into strength Bamboo Women tells twenty one inspiring stories of coming of age from the women of Ming Quong, a home for orphaned Chinese girls in the San Francisco Bay Area Wyman introd

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