American policy, 1924.

BEING RETURNED TO CHINA

[It is hard to get the meaning of something if you can’t read it. But basically, Mrs. Wong was born here in Honolulu on the 3/8/1898, and when she was seven years old, she was taken to China where she lived until she was sixteen; she married a man in China, but a year later, he died. On the 12/28/1923, Mrs. Wong turned back for Honolulu nei, thinking that her being born here, that she had citizenship.

But that apparently was not the case.

In any case, it is difficult to figure out the entire article because it was digitized badly. All of the newspapers need to be rescanned as clearly as possible.]

(Kuokoa, 4/3/1924, p. 5)

Kuokoa_4_3_1924_5.png

Ka Nupepa Kuokoa, Buke LXIII, Helu 14, Aoao 5. Aperila 3, 1924.

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