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         Chong Denise:     more books (36)
  1. The Girl in the Picture, the Story of Kim Phuc, the Pyhotograph, and the Vietnam War by Denise Chong, 1999
  2. The Girl in the Picture: The Story of Kim Phuc, the Photographer and the Vietnam War by Denise Chong, 2000-01-01
  3. THE CONCUBINE'S DAUGHTER by Denise Chong, 1994
  4. SZIECI KONKUBINY (Rozdzieleni oceanem - prawdziwa historia chinskiej rodziny) by Denise Chong, 2000
  5. The Story of Kim Phuc, the Photograph, and the Vietnam War by Denise Chong, 2001
  6. The Girl in the Picture: The Story of Kim Phuc, Whose Image Altered the Course of the Vietnam War by Denise Chong, 1999-01-01
  7. The Girl in the Picture, by Denise Chong, 2000
  8. Asian Canadian Actors: Kristin Kreuk, Charlene Choi, Tommy Chong, Edison Chen, Bernice Liu, Denise Ho, Nicholas Tse, Sandra Oh, Linda Chung

41. Katalog DMOZ Arts Literature World Literature Canadian
Interview with Author denise chong From China City Magazine. denise chong answers the question, What are the borders between fiction and nonfiction

42. VG: Artist Biographies By Name
chong, denise; Phillips, Debra; Moore, Jessica Care; Philip, Marlene Nourbese; Dong, Stella; Walters, Anna Lee; Powell, Pat; Collier, Eugenia; Lane,
Art Praxis

43. Simon & Schuster: Denise Chong
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44. CVCO - Overbooked: Memoir Stars
by chong, denise Publisher Viking $ 23.95 ISBN 067088040x Date 2000 star LJ The world will never forget the 1972 Pulitzer Prizewinning photograph of
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45. Vietnam Yesterday & Today: The Vietnam Perspective On The War
chong, denise. The Girl in the Picture The Kim Phuc Story. Toronto Viking, 1998. Ðang, Thùy Trâm. Last Night I Dreamed of Peace The Diary of Dang Thuy
Books About the War Non-Fiction Autobiography/Biography The Vietnamese Perspective on the War
A Selected Bibliography On this page... Non-Fiction Fiction Children's Literature Poetry ...
Short Stories
Non-FictionAutobiographies, Biographies, Histories Ashwill, Mark, with Thai Ngoc Diep. Vietnam Today: A Nation at a Crossroads . Intercultural Press, 2004. Bass, Thomas. Vietnamerica: The War Comes Home . New York: Soho Press, 1996. Branfman, Fred. Voices from the Plain of Jars: Life Under an Air War
Broyles, William. Brothers in Arms: A Journey from War to Peace . New York: Knopf, 1986.
Bui Diem with David Chanoff. In the Jaws of History . Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1987. Chanoff, David. Vietnam: A Portrait of Its People at War . New York: I.B. Tauris/St. Martin's, 1996.
Chanoff, David and Doan Van Toai. Portrait of the Enemy . New York: Random House, 1986.
Chong, Denise. The Girl in the Picture: The Kim Phuc Story . Toronto: Viking, 1998. Last Night I Dreamed of Peace: The Diary of Dang Thuy Tram.

46. Nanaimo Chinatowns Website - Bibliography
1992 Jin Guo Voices of Chinese Canadian Women. Toronto Toronto Women s Press. chong, denise 1994 The Concubine s Children Portrait of a Family Divided.




Bates, Judy Fong
1997 China Dog and Other Tales from a Chinese Laundry. Toronto:
Sister Vision.
Chong, Kevin
2001 Baroque-a-nova. Toronto: Penguin Books.
Choy, Wayson
1999 Paper Shadows: A Chinatown Childhood. Toronto: Viking.
Dabydeen, Cyril, ed.
1990 Another Way to Dance: Asian Canadian Poetry. Stratford:
Williams-Wallace Publishers.
Gunn, Sean, ed.
1979 Inalienable Rice: A Chinese and Japanese Canadian Anthology.
Intermedia Press.
Lai, Larissa
1995 When Fox is a Thousand. Vancouver: Press Gang.
Lau, Evelyn
1990 You Are Not Who You Claim. Victoria: Porcepic Books.
1992 Oedipal Dreams. Victoria: Beach Holme.
1993 Fresh Girls and other Stories. Toronto: Harper Collins.
1994 In the House of Slaves. Toronto: Coach House Press.
1999 Choose Me. Toronto: Doubleday Canada.
Lee, Bennett and Jim Wong-chu, eds.
1991 Many-mouthed Birds: Contemporary Writing by
Lee, SKY
1994 Belly Dance. Vancouver: Press Gang.
Lim, Sing
1991 West Coast Chinese Boy. Montreal: Tundra Books.
Quan, Andy

47. Lion's Roar
This discussion of napalm arose during a review of a new book by denise chong. denise chong has written a book about Kim Phuc, the little girl in a famous
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Cultural Survival Quarterly Issue #25 This poem is not about Timor Three Myths About the Arms Race Our LIfe Out of Balance: The Rise of Literacy and the Demise of Pattern Languages
Napalm:the name of the company is DOW
Publication: Science for Peace website
On Saturday October 23, 1999, the Globe and Mail published two and a half pages of text and photographs about Napalm and its effects, but missed what for Canadians should be the most important aspect of this sordid story. This discussion of napalm arose during a review of a new book by Denise Chong. Denise Chong has written a book about Kim Phuc, the little girl in a famous photograph taken in Vietnam in 1972 (inset); the photograph showed a Vietnamese girl running naked , screaming, down a road, soaked and burning in an invisible flame of napalm. Canada's national "business" newspaper managed to print two and a half pages about Napalm without mentioning which "business" invented the horrific substance and is its sole manufacturer. Several thousand words, but three letters were missing: d-o-w. DOW Chemical: without apology. Dow Chemical: without compensation for the victims. DOW Chemical: never prosecuted for war crimes. DOW Chemical: still manufacturing napalm today. Speechless. Ivan Illich used to say that some atrocities are so extreme, so far against the spirit of life, that to even argue against them to utter anything lends them a shred of recognition they must never be given. These things are unspeakable horrors. But this is not why corporate newspapers avoid mention of the corporate creators of these horrors. American conscientious objectors who burned their draft cards during the Vietnam War were fined $10,000 each; no fines were ever levied against the company which burned human beings. As the Jesuit Daniel Berrigan said almost 30 years ago when he and his brother and seven others broke into an unoccupied draft office and poured homemade napalm onto U.S. draft files: "Forgive us dear friends, for the crime of burning paper instead of children."

48. BCTF LA2078: Nobody Likes An Alarm Clock
chong, denise, The Concubine s Children, Penguin, 1994. Woven through this greater family saga about early twentieth century Chinese immigrants to BC and
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Ramona Sousa , Social Studies Department Head, North Surrey Secondary School Table of Contents Title Page Table of Contents Lesson One The Vote Lesson Two Fashion or Function Lesson Three Nellie McClung and History Lesson Four Critical Thinking About Written Arguments on the Role of Women Lesson Five Critical Thinking About Political Cartoons on the Suffragists Lesson Six Canadian Women in the 1920s Various Voices Bibliography Lesson One
The Vote Goal: To create a historical time line which examines when and how Canadian women achieved the right to vote. Time Required: 2-70 minute periods Materials Needed:
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  • Teacher Preparation:
  • Copy a class set of Handout 1A Copy Handout 1B for each group. Reserve the library and alert the teacher-librarian of the assignment.
  • 49. The Penguin Anthology Of Stories By Canadian Women - Denise - Editor Chong
    The Penguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women by chong,denise editor. Toronto Viking Press, 1997. The Penguin Anthology of Stories by Canadian Women
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    50. Literary Review Of Canada Online - 2006-2008 LRC Contributors
    denise chong the author of The Concubine’s Children (Penguin, 1994), was once an advisor to Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. By this contributor

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    Chang, Pang- Mei Natas. Bound Feet and Western Dress . (Non-fiction) 1997.
    Memoir of Chang and her great-aunt evokes a vanished China and contrasts with a
    very different American life. Chang, Jung. Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China . (Non-fiction) 1991.
    Chronicle of three generations of Chinese women, from Concubine, to Revolutionary

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    55. Asian American Comparative Collection Newsletter
    chong, denise, 1994. The Concubine s Children. 13(1)2. Chow, Lily, 1996. Sojourners in the North. 14(2)5. Choy, Dong, Hom, 1995. The Coming Man
    Asian American Comparative Collection Newsletter: Reviews
    (Most of these were donated to the AACC by the author or publisher)
    NAME/DATE TITLE VOL(NO):PG Anderson, E. N., 1988 The Food of China Ang See, Teresita, ed., 2000 Armero, Carlos, and Ben Rapaport, 2005
    The Arts of an Addiction: Qing Dynasty Opium Pipes and Accessories
    Asian/American Center Working Papers Bacho, Peter, 1997 Dark Blue Suit and Other Stories (Filipinos) Barlow et al, 1988 Chinese in Oregon: A Resource Directory Archaeology of the Overseas Chinese...(Australasia) Brock et al, 1989 ...LaFarge Site, Redlands, California Brott, Clark Moon Lee One (CA) Brown, Mel
    Chinese Heart of Texas: The San Antonio Community 1875 to 1975
    Bu Gao Ban Newsletter, NY Chinatown History Project Buell et al; Schwartz ed., 1984 Chinese Medicine on the Golden Mountain Burton, Jeffery et al, 1999 Burton, Jeffery et al, 2001 Burton and Farrell, 2001 Center for Desert Arch., 1998 Archaeology in Tucson (Chinese gardeners) Ceramics Analysis Lab Newsletter Chan, Anthony, 1983

    56. Beyond Bound Feet: Relocating Asian American Women.
    Identifiers, chong (denise). Record Type, Journal. Level, N/A. Institutions, N/A. Sponsors, N/A. ISBN, N/A. ISSN, ISSN0882-228X

    57. Kim Phuc - Significant Canadian Events, History, Invention
    chong, denise. The Girl in the Picture The Kim Phuc Story, Penguin Books Canada Ltd., Toronto,July 2001 (ISBN0670-86817-5)
    Kim Phuc
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    Original Content Alert The following article was researched and written by David Spencer . More contributors Kim Phuc
    Significance of Kim Phuc
    The image of Kim Phuc running, which was often used to depict the horror of the Vietnam War, changed Kim's life and also formed a bond between her and photographer Nick Ut. He revisited Vietnam during the 25th anniversary of the war's end and this time took pictures of a peaceful country. In 1992, Kim Phuc came to Canada. In 1997 she took the Canadian citizenship test earning a perfect score. When Canadians found out that the little girl from the 1972 photo was now a Canadian citizen, they raised $30 000 to help her settle in Canada (Quinlan,1999:95). She has been declared a Goodwill Ambassador to UNESCO. In 1997, she established the Kim Foundation, a not-for-profit organization to help children who are the victims of war.
    Kim Phuc and Nick Ut at the Vietnam War Memorial
    Kim Phuc often speaks to groups of journalists. "Sometimes I like to think of that little girl, screaming, running up the road, as being not just a symbol of war, but a symbol of a cry for peace."

    58. Reading Autobiographies, Memoirs, And Fictional Accounts In The Classroom: Is It
    The Concubines Children, denise chong Paper Shadows, Wayson Choy . chong, denise. 1996. The Concubines s Children Portrait of a Family Divided.
    Reading Autobiographies, Memoirs, and Fictional Accounts in the Classroom: Is it Social Studies?
    Carol Schick and Wanda Hurren
    University of Regina
    Return Abstract Graham Swift, Waterland (1983, p. 62-63) We have concluded that reading about the lives and times of others in the form of fictionalized history, auto/biography and memoir is an exemplary pedagogical practice in the teaching of social studies. The inclusion of the local and personal and the links that are made to wider concepts and universal themes is an approach that we recommend; we have identified three consequences of taking this approach that support social studies teaching:
  • Students engage in auto/biography as a way to learn about social times and historic conditions as the setting for a character's life and story. They become convinced that the historic, geographic, economic, social, and political details are integral parts of the lives they read about. Students learn that the experiences of our lives are always set in particular circumstances. Students come to an understanding of some of the ways in which "history" and the circumstances of our lives are mutually co-constructing. It is both the everydayness of our lives as well as the major national and international events which have an effect on how we live. In turn, it is the events of everyday lives that produce a cumulative history. The narrative method examines how both everyday/close-at-hand experiences and extraordinary/international relations can be found in the "stories lives tell" (Witherell & Noddings, 1991).
  • 59. In The News: Lance Armstrong, Cheech & Chong, Charlie & Denise, Britney And More
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    Lance Armstrong listened to me . Yesterday, the seven-time Tour de France winner announced that he will stay retired . "I'm happy with the way my career ended," he said during a conference call. "I'm not going back. I'm sick of this." Now if only he'd dump Sheryl. I'll try to work my magic.
  • Charlie Sheen told David Letterman last night that he and estranged wife Denise Richards are reconciling. The reason for their split? "I was a big ass," he said. More on the conversation later Dave grilled him.
    A 43-year-old Us magazine editor was arrested yesterday for trying to pick up a 13-year-old for sex . What, does he think he's Bruce Willis?
    Cheech and Chong are reportedly feuding . Chong called Cheech a "sellout"; Cheech retorted: "It's so sad when stoners get to the AARP age, you know?" Perhaps they should share a peace pipe.
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  • 60. Chinese Cultural Studies Bibliographical Guide NOTE Although To
    KGO Goff, denise, Early China, rev. ed. (Watts, 1986). .. (New York Available Press, 1992) THE CHINESE DIASPORA chong, denise, The Concubine s Children

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