Wild Geese Sorrow
Sep
15
2:00 PM14:00

Wild Geese Sorrow

  • San Francisco Public Library - Richmond Branch (map)
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Book Talk & Reading

Jeffrey Thomas Leong has written the first new translation of the Angel Island wall inscriptions in 40 years. His work takes readers through the deep anger, sorrow, and loneliness felt by Chinese immigrants detained at the Angel Island Immigration Station between 1910-1940.

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Wild Geese Sorrow
Oct
11
7:00 PM19:00

Wild Geese Sorrow

  • San Francisco Public Library - Sunset Branch (map)
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Book Talk & Reading

Jeffrey Thomas Leong has written the first new translation of the Angel Island wall inscriptions in 40 years. His work takes readers through the deep anger, sorrow, and loneliness felt by Chinese immigrants detained at the Angel Island Immigration Station between 1910-1940.

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Wild Geese Sorrow
Nov
11
1:30 PM13:30

Wild Geese Sorrow

  • San Francisco Public Library - Main Branch (map)
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Book Talk & Reading

Jeffrey Thomas Leong has written the first new translation of the Angel Island wall inscriptions in 40 years. His work takes readers through the deep anger, sorrow, and loneliness felt by Chinese immigrants detained at the Angel Island Immigration Station between 1910-1940.

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Tour & Field Study
Nov
13
8:30 AM08:30

Tour & Field Study

The National Trust for Historic Preservation will host its annual conference, Past Forward, in San Francisco in 2018. As a part of the conference, AIISF is co-leading in a full-day tour and field study of San Francisco's Chinatown and Angel Island Immigration Station, including dim sum lunch at the Chinese Historical Society of America. More details here.

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