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American Born Chinese By Gene Luen Yang. Remember to always use textual evidence to prove your answers. Why was monkey kicked out of the party? What does he realize about himself?. What is the meaning of the parable the mom tells on p. 23?.

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Describe the reaction of the gods to Monkey King’s name change. What are Monkey King’s character flaws? What is the result of these flaws?

what does fob stand for what are some chinese cultural norms that jin and wei chen discarded

What does FOB stand for? What are some Chinese cultural norms that Jin and Wei-Chen discarded?


On page 163, what is happening between the text boxes and the dialogue bubbles? How does this show irony? (Irony- when the opposite of what is expected to happen, happens.) What does this show about Jin’s character?


Use of graphics:How does the author use color to show mood or emphasize certain things on p.181?What do the lines coming out of Jin’s head represent on p. 182-183? Where do we first see these lines?


Elaborate on the Chinese stereotypes that exist in this book, this time through cousin Chin-kee. What does Chin-kee represent?

Bonus: What pop culture reference is represented on page 203?