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Hawaii Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4, From the Starving Village Summary

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Chapter 4, From the Starving Village Summary

When King Tamatoa and his group fled Bora Bora in 817, northern China was being overrun by Tartars. Eventually, Peking fell and the Tartars made it obvious that they were prepared to stay in China. The Tartars were most interested in the heartland of China. There was a group of people in Honan Province with different characteristics from the rest of the Chinese, who accepted the Tartars instead of fighting them. In the year 856, a farmer named Char Ti Chong is discussing the situation with his wife, Nyuk Moi. The Barbarians want their lands and Char tells his wife that they will not surrender them, even though they are not the good lands in the area. His three acres wouldn't be considered worth the effort of defense in other parts of the world, but due to Char's hard work, they...

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