Trace Mr. Wong's journey to America MyMaps is really fun--so much potential for students to creatively share content--customize with pictures, videos and captions!
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Mr. Wong's young bride brought this vanity from China to America.
Credits:1) Memorabilia and "Chinese Immigrant Museum" courtesy of the Wong family 2) 360 image taken by and remixed by @historyfrog 3) "Mountain Stream" courtesy of Famous Ancient Chinese Tunes 4) knakatsu@ausd.net 5) Twitter: @historyfrog
Mr. Wong returned to China to marry his young bride. (Mr. and Mrs. Wong bottom 2 left people, before the return trip to America)
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Welcome to my Chinese Immigration Virtual Museum! Click on the pictures to learn more about the immigrant and his life in America. Click on the map to trace his journey from China to America. Click on the tags on the red door to visit other sites which will give you greater insight into Chinese culture and Chinese immigration to America. Finally click on the green Share tag and share feedback or your own immigration story! Thanks for visiting my museum. Have fun exploring! Thanks for sharing!
An invite-only group to those educators who are taking 360° panoramic images and are willing to Creative Commons-license them (attribution/non-commercial/no derivs) so that teachers and students can use them in various projects.