Mimi Wong's "Model Minority" is now available as a free read at Crab Orchard Review. Once the pdf of the full journal issue loads, scroll down to page 135.
When war broke out in China, Sanie’s grandparents were
forced to flee the province of Hunan. Gong Gong, as Sanie was to have
called her mother’s father, came from a well-to-do family. Po Po had
worked at a bank—a rare accomplishment for a woman back then
and a sign of good education. They would not be able to carry their
wealth with them as they ran, and so they buried their gold in hopes
of recovering it one day when they could safely return home. They
also bid goodbye to the other members of their families, assuring each
other they would be reunited in the future. They died without ever
setting foot in China again.
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