Ming Quong was home to neglected or abandoned Asian girls. First established in the mid-1920's, there were homes in San Francisco, Oakland and Los Gatos. Ming Quong means radiant light in Chinese.
Hear first hand from a few Ming Quong alumni about their lives and experiences. With little to nothing, these Ming Quong home “sisters” survived and succeeded to make a better life for themselves, their families, their occupations and their community.
Please join us for a Zoom webinar and meet: Nona Mock Wyman; Elena Lim Wong Viscovich, EdD; Dale Wong; and Janet Chang, RN, BS, MS.
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This webinar is the second in our speaker series where we featured alumni from the Chung Mei boys' home, presented in August.
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