Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

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Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet

Let it beWhen I find myself in times of troubleMother Mary comes to meSpeaking words of wisdom, let it beAnd in my hour of darknessShe is standing right in front of meSpeaking words of wisdom, let it beLet it be, let it beLet it be, let it beWhisper words of wisdom, let it be

San Fransisco NewsMarch 2nd 1942A new evacuation order which may affect 200,000 Pacific Coast enemy aliens and their American-born children was awaited today as governors of states between the Rocky Mountains and the Mississippi — with one exception — announced they would permit Japanese aliens to live only in concentration camps if they were moved inland.

"Not only was the evacuation wrong, but Japanese Americans were and are loyal Americans."-President Gerald R. Ford

"We saw all these people behind the fence, looking out, hanging onto the wire, and looking out because they were anxious to know who was coming in. But I will never forget the shocking feeling that human beings were behind this fence like animals [crying]. And we were going to also lose our freedom and walk inside of that gate and find ourselves…cooped up there…when the gates were shut, we knew that we had lost something that was very precious; that we were no longer free."-Mary Tsukamoto

Conflicts" "Baak gwai ! Baak gwai!" they shouted. though some just pointed and laughed it meant white devil"(Ford,13).(person vs society)" "If you walk out that door-if you walk out that door now, you are no longer chinese. you are not part of us anymore.(Ford,185).(person vs person)"He hugged her one more time,then let her go- walking backward,waving, trying not to smile too broadly,but he couldent help it.I love her."(Ford, 234). (person vs self)

Ally/Bystander"Well, Chaz honey, if you hurt that kid, you're going to be taking his place in the kitchen, you understand me? "(Ford, 23)


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