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LITERATURE ABOUT
Filipino, Chinese
and
Mexican Cultures
The End
Filipino Culture
FILIPINO AMERICAN LIVES
Author………Ye Le Espiritu
Ethnic……….Filipino
Setting………San Diego 1995
Chinese Culture
CHINA BOY
Author……..Gus Lee
Ethnic.........Chinese
Setting........San Francisco
1946-1950
Mexican Culture
BARRIO BOY
Author…Ernesto Galarza
Ethnic….Mexican
Setting…Mexico & U.S.1910
Mexican Culture
THE HOUSE ON
MANGO STREET
Author…..Sandra Cisneros
Ethnic…..Mexican
Setting….Chicago 1990
CULTURAL
CHANGES
Filipino Culture
Mr. & Mrs. Santos Life-Part1
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Mr. Santos born 1907; Mrs. Santos born 1918
Mr. Santos ran away from Philippines to start a
family; easy to get used to the U.S. because he
spoke English.
Studied in San Diego and worked at the
Coronado Hotel.
Joined the U.S. Army were he met his wife in
Caloocan, Philippines; after WWII.
Filipino Culture
Mr. & Mrs. Santos Life-Part2
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Secret marriage because the wife didn’t get
parents’ permission to get married.
Working and Dealing with Racism in San Diego;
among Filipinos and Americans.
Son spoke only English (imitated
parents)/valedictorian in kindergarten and
elementary/Honor student in middle and high
school. He wanted the family to move to Carlsbad.
Chinese Culture
Kai Ting’s Life
COMING FROM CHINA
Family migrated from China to U.S.
DAI LI TING/EDNA MCGURK
Kai’s mother & stepmother
MISTREATED BY SOCIETY
Kai’s life in the ghetto suburb’s of San
Francisco
Y.M.C.A. BOYS DEPT
Learning self discipline & self defense
FACING HIS FEARS
Standing up to the people who mistreated him
Mexican Culture
Ernesto’s Life
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LIFE IN JALCO
Role of men and women
Respect to others
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LIVING IN MAZATLAN
City was different from his town
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LIVING IN MAZATLAN
Worried about his life
Claimed a “barrio”
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LIFE IN SACRAMENTO
The US was very different from Mexico
White's culture was weird for him.
Mexican Culture
Esperanza’s Life
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She doesn’t like her name
Meeting new people
Discovers hard realities of life
LIKES
AND
DISLIKES
Filipino Culture
Likes
Dislikes
FILIPINO AMERICAN LIVES
The book explains why
there are rare
studies on the
historical
development of the
Filipino Community
in the U.S.
Various stories of
Filipinos from
different
backgrounds
and occupations.
The life stories were
written with a few
punctuation errors.
Chinese Culture
Likes
Dislikes
CHINA BOY
Use of
Ebonics
Warm,
funny,
and
deeply
moving.
Too much details
Mexican Culture
Likes
THE HOUSE ON
MANGO STREET
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Esperanza shares time
with her neighbors and
experienced a new life.
BARRIO BOY
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Ernesto tells a lot
about the Mexican
Revolution.
Dislikes
THE HOUSE ON
MANGO STREET
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The book doesn’t talk
about culture and it’s
hard to find important
points about culture.
BARRIO BOY
He goes into a lot of
details.
The End
“Filipino American Lives is a
great book especially if you are
a Filipino American!”
-Rated by Linda Claire*****
“China Boy is warm, funny, and
deeply moving!”
-Rated by Wilborn*****
“Reading The House on Mango
Street was like experiencing a
new life.”
-Rated by Nancy****
“Barrio Boy has lots of details
about the Mexican Revolution!”
-Rated by Ruben***
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