What Led Me To Write 4 Books on Chinese American History After I retired from being a Professor of Psychology
A brief background describing how I came to write 4 books on the lives and self-employment experiences of Chinese immigrants and their families in America running laundries, grocery stores, and restaurants.
… a significant contribution to the history of Chinese laundries…best told by someone like Jung who experienced a ‘laundry life,’ and understands its psychological impact on the Chinese laundrymen and their families... ”
—Murray K. Lee, Curator, San Diego Chinese Historical Museum
Born in Macon, Georgia, where his immigrant parents from China, the only Chinese in the city, owned a laundry. After moving to California, he majored in psychology at U. C. Berkeley and went on to earn a Ph.D. at Northwestern University. Author of several...