A Daughter of Han; the Autobiography of a Chinese Working Woman Chapter Abstracts for Teachers

Lao Toai-Toai Ning
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Book One, Pages 1-38

• Lao was born and lived most of her life in the area of P'englai.

• Lao's father was educated, but had squandered a family fortune by the time Lao was born.

• Neighbors criticized Lao's mother for her poor housekeeping and financial skills.

• Lao explained several stories and legends that focus on luck and fortune.

• Lao's parents began binding her feet when she was seven.

• Years later, her parents changed her hairstyle and taught her household duties of cooking and sewing.

• At thirteen, she was no longer allowed out of the house alone.

• Lao and her sister were married by age fifteen.

• Yinkze's mother-in-law treated her poorly.

• Yintze eventually goes crazy, leaves her home and wanders the streets.

• A relative found Yintze and returned her to her parents' home.

• Lao was married in 1881 to a member of the Ning clan who owned a fishing boat and...

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