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10 thoughts on “Chinatown Girl

  1. says:

    First published in 2005 by Scholastic NZ in their My New Zealand Story series that targets young readers of 10 and above, this new edition is timely New Zealand suburbs and schools face increasing diversity of nationalities and a changing racial population balance.It is increasingly important for all New Zealanders to not only welcome new neighbours, but also to have some historical knowledge of the races who have co existed in New Zealand for many generations.Set in 1942 and written in diary form by twelve year old Silvey Chan, the reader becomes involved in the life of her family, their Chinese community, and at the same time learns of the events of the year that impact on her air raid drills, US forces here for rest and recreation, a local ghost Silvey must learn to navigate the twin worlds of Auckland with its largely western style of education, businesses and homes and the Chinese district where she lives with its Chinese school, local businesses with homes above, and its own festivals and traditions.The reader learns some of the reasons for Chinese migration of the 1860s and 1870s and then through the twentieth ...

  2. says:

    I ve given this little book 4 stars as is a very interesting little read Lots of interesting background to Auckland in the 1940 s which is easily assimilated for young adults as is in diary form.Silvey Chan is a second generation chinese ...

  3. says:

    Great book However I think three quarters of the reason I liked it are because I live in Auckland too and very close to Newmarket, so it was fascinating to find out what it was like in the past Therefore, even though I liked it, if you don t live around there you might not enjoy it so much.

  4. says:

    I loved this book because it was interesting and I couldn t put it down I would recommend this book no problem

  5. says:

    about a girl growing up in 1942 where Aotea Square in Auckland is now

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