aman can dream.
Mee goot, opium pipe, says Ah Tim; me smoke, me dine all-ee-same Melican mans.
A pinch of opium makes Ah Tim a king.
Ah Tim takes us into several tenements.
The sheds are preTim takes us into several tenements.
The sheds are pretty much alike; all neat and tiny; more like dolls' houses than the residences of human beings.
Moe great joss-house in that city as his temple.
Tim, like most of his countrymen, is pious.
No josof his joss.
Man better go, alleesame, says Ah Tim, without his rice and opium, than leavee joss wd intelligent brother of the Yellow race.
Ah Tim invites us to his shanty, where his wife makes his two little boys roll and wallow in the mud. Tim is a curious fellow; cold, prosaic, worldly; wiathen Chinee.
Unlike his countrymen as a rule, Tim is a man of politics.
He owes no money to tihea vote; he wants his neighbours to have votes.
Tim was the first Chinee born in California.
If Zete Fly is considered worthy of the franchise, how can such a privilege be refused to Ah Tim? [2 more...]