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Essay | Waverly Jong's Childhood and How It Affects Her Adulthood Using Chess

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Waverly Jong's Childhood and How It Affects Her Adulthood Using Chess

Summary: Essay explores the relationship between Waverly Jong's chess playing and her relationship with her mother.
Much of the time you pass though you life wondering, "How did that person become who they are"" This is something studied by many, but understood by few as to how it actually happens. It all starts in your childhood. How you are brought up, your opportunities and how you use them. These are all many things that can effect how you act, what you do, who you marry and how you spend your future life. Waverly Jong's black and white chess involved childhood directly, corresponds to her black and white relationships and the one way streets she is forced to make decisions about in her adulthood.

Waverly starts her life out living in Chinatown in San Francisco. She plays with many of her friends in the back alleys and playgrounds that scatter Chinatown. She has two brothers both...

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