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Chinese is a very curious language it is the language with the most speakers in the world (as well as the most ancient), it has four tones (so be careful, depending on the pronunciation tone you can say one thing or another) and according to researchers, learning chinese has great benefits for the brain. so, are you up for learning it start with these google slides and powerpoint templates inspired by this exciting language..

Chinese Language Day presentation template

Chinese Language Day

Nǐ hǎo! 1.2 billion people in the world have Chinese as their native language, with Mandarin being the most popular. If you are a teacher of Chinese, why don't you take advantage of the fact that April 20 is Chinese Language Day and prepare a special presentation? At Slidesgo we...

Ronnie The Bunny Celebrates Chinese New Year 2023 - Minitheme presentation template

Ronnie The Bunny Celebrates Chinese New Year 2023 - Minitheme

Do you celebrate Chinese New Year? Ronnie does as well! “Who’s Ronnie?” you must be thinking… It’s the adorable bunny from this template! Travel with him through these slides and present this important day with a very interesting design. The style of this template is red with Chinese motifs like...

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Let's Celebrate Chinese National Day

The most populated country in the world celebrates its national day on October 1. Which country is that, you ask? The People's Republic of China! It marks the beginning of the Chinese golden week (a series of holidays throughout a week) and there are several celebrations associated with it, like...

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We have noticed that you loved the template Chinese New Year Art Activities. We were expecting it! That’s why we set creating a new set of infographics as our New Year’s resolution. And here’s the result: these amazing, creative, colorful designs! Discover them and celebrate the year of the tiger...

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Foreign Language Subject for High School - 9th Grade: Chinese

Chinese is one of the most important business and world languages, so it is important to learn it from a young age. If you are a Chinese teacher for high school students, this template will fit you like a glove. Its red color is reminiscent of the Chinese flag, and...

Foreign Languages Subject for Middle School - 6th Grade: Chinese presentation template

Foreign Languages Subject for Middle School - 6th Grade: Chinese

Ni-Hao! Chinese is such an amazing language and with this template you will make your foreign language students fall in love not only with it, but with its culture, food, and people. The design includes lots of illustrations that will take your audience on an instant trip to Asia! Download...

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Imlek: Chinese New Year in Indonesia

When you read Chinese New Year, you'll most likely think of Chinese people celebrating it. Did you know that, in Indonesia, this celebration is called Imlek and is celebrated by most Indonesians, not only those of Chinese descent? They even have their own popular traditions and food for the occasion....

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Ancient History of China Thesis Infographics

This infographics template about the history of China is perfect for a thesis on the subject. With stunning watercolor-style illustrations of vegetation as decoration and an elegant and understated design, they provide a wide variety of ways to present your facts and figures while keeping with the theme of Chinese...

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Elementary Activities to Celebrate Chinese New Year

Look at it hopping. It's so happy to welcome 2023... we mean, it's so happy to welcome the Chinese New Year! It's the year of the rabbit, and since this event happens only once a year, we've prepared a new template with patterned backgrounds and some illustrations of rabbits, red...

Chinese National Day presentation template

Chinese National Day

October 1 is a very special day in China, as it the date where the proclamation of the People's Republic of China was made more than 70 years ago. Being the most populated country in the world, there's an increasing amount of interest in their culture. Download this template and...

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Pre-K Activities to Celebrate Chinese New Year

The day it is celebrated changes every year. The zodiac animal that represents it changes every year, and there are twelve of them. People give kids money in red envelopes. It's Chinese New Year! These pieces of trivia might seem obvious to you, but pre-K kids will love to know...

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Chinese New Year Art Activities and Decorations

Chinese New Year is just around the corner, so Slidesgo can't help but create awesome templates related to this event! If you need to give a workshop on Chinese art and decorations for this big date, this slideshow is your best choice! It's super thematic, with lots of illustrations and...

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Foreign Language Subject for Middle School - 8th Grade: Chinese II

The Chinese I lesson was a great success! Your students really learned how to say 你好! Okay, so now we move on to the next level and the Chinese II class begins. How about teaching them in today's lesson how to say 进展如何? The template we propose here is perfect...

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Chinese Culture

This template has a magic secret! It will transport you to China just by downloading it! And you won't have to take a plane, just look at your computer screen! The central theme of this presentation is the culture of this Asian country, so there are slides to talk about...

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Middle School Activities to Celebrate Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year is a holiday filled with family, friends, and food. To celebrate the occasion, begin by decorating your home with classic Chinese symbols such as paper lanterns and golden coins. You can also incorporate some traditional actions such as burning incense or gathering up all the bad luck...

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Ancient History of China Thesis

China is one of the oldest and greatest civilizations in the history of mankind. This has left a very important cultural legacy and its reflection endures and will continue to endure among us. One of the most important periods of this country was the ancient era, being a very remarkable...

Chinese New Year 2023: Year of The Rabbit presentation template

Chinese New Year 2023: Year of The Rabbit

The year is ending, are you ready to switch the date? What do you mean we just changed it? Oh, we’re speaking about Chinese New Year! If you follow Chinese traditions or you didn’t have enough with one year switch, on January 22nd the start of a new Chinese year...

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Chinese Folklore: Dragon Dance

The dragon, in its Chinese interpretation, plays a big part in their culture and is a symbol of good luck. Have you seen the famous dragon dance during Chinese New Year? Several people don those huge costumes and do undulating movements very convincingly! Tell us more about it with this...

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As the world’s second largest-economy, China is an attractive market for doing business and partnering with a Chinese company or entering its market definitely put any firm in the lead. Does it sound like a good idea to you? Stand confidently in front of top executives and shareholders while you explain the benefits of expanding operations to the Asian giant with the Creative Chinese Presentation. You will find a Chinese roadmap slide, Chinese yin yang slide, data charts and numbered lists beautifully designed in traditional Chinese colors.

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There’s a popular Chinese proverb that says “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step”. Show top executives which steps you will follow to launch products in the Chinese market, how you are going to close a deal with a Chinese firm or other business goals using this four-stage roadmap.

Chinese Yin Yang Slide 

The Chinese yin yang symbol represents the two opposite but complementary forces, or duality, of every existing element in the universe. Like light and dark, sun and moon, masculine and feminine, one side cannot exist without the other. With this in mind, you can present the pros and cons of your business proposal in a creative way and show how, even with advantages and disadvantages, the proposal is beneficial for all the parties involved. 

Traditional Chinese Colors

The red-and-gold Chinese Presentation stands out for its classic yet fun style. These traditional Chinese colors evoke prestige, prosperity, good fortune. Concepts that are definitely a great fit for any business presentation.

Data charts

This creative template comes with two types of data-driven charts: a set of four stacked bars and a scatter graph with lines and markers.

A Chinese-themed presentation

If you work for a Chinese firm, this is the ideal template to talk about the culture of the company in internal workshops or onboarding sessions.

Chinese cultural elements

In this Chinese-themed presentation, you will find little flat icons, ribbons and images as backgrounds that convey the traditional side of China.

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H. MARK LAI, PHILIP P. CHOY, Associate Editors        

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CHINESE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA

17 ADLER PLACE, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA 94133

© Copyright 1969, Chinese Historical Society of America

THE RAILROADS

BEFORE THE CENTRAL PACIFIC

The January 4, 1855, issue of the Oriental contained an editorial entitled "Laborers for the Pacific Railroad," in which it was confidently predicted that the time will come when "the boundless plateaus of the Western half of this continent, now desolate and almost unpopulated by any but the savage and scarce [ sic ] improvable destroyers of the buffalo, will be scattered with busy lines of Chinese builders of iron roads, that shall link the two oceans, and add to the wealth and comforts of the dwellers upon either shore."

One of the earliest employment of Chinese for railroad building was on the construction of the California Central Railroad.  In 1858 the Sacramento Union printed this item:

"It was contemplated to extend the [California Central Railroad] to Marysville without any unnecessary delay.... [The contractors] resorted to hiring Chinamen to fill the places of those who left [for the gold fields of the Fraser River]; the result is that they now have some fifty Chinamen employed, and they find them very good working hands.  They do not work as rapidly as the white men, but they keep constantly at it from sunrise until sunset.  The experiment bids fair to demonstrate that Chinese laborers can be profitably employed in grading railroads in California... ."[1]

START OF THE TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILROAD

On January 8, 1863, with a ground-breaking ceremony at Sacramento, the Central Pacific Railroad finally started work on the western end of the long talked about transcontinental railroad.  The terrain over which this railroad was to be built was so rough that the prevailing opinion in Washington, D. C., was that the Central Pacific, confronted at the start with the rugged Sierra Nevada, going from nearly sea level to more than 7,000 feet altitude within 100 miles, would be fortunate to reach the eastern border of California before it is met by the Union Pacific coming from the East.  

WHY CHINESE WERE HIRED

Two years after the beginning of construction, the line had completed less than 50 miles of running track.  Central Pacific's construction superintendent, J. H. Strobridge, needed 5,000 laborers "for constant and permanent work."  But the largest force that he was able to muster at any time during the spring of 1865 was 800.

E. B. Crocker, brother of Charles Crocker, was one of the first to suggest that the way to solve the railroad's manpower problem was to use Chinese for the construction work.[3]  At this time it was a period of recession in the mines.  Chinese ex-miners were seeking employment in other endeavors in towns and the countryside at low wages.[4]  However, when Central Pacific General Superintendent Charles Crocker suggested several times that Chinese be hired, his Irish construction superintendent, J. H. Strobridge, resisted strenuously: "I will not boss Chinese.  I will not be responsible for work done on the road by Chinese labor." He just did not think Chinese were fit laborers for building a railroad.[5]

However, events forced Strobridge to change his mind.  Labor was as scarce and as unreliable as ever.  The desperate superintendent finally decided to experiment by hiring fifty Chinese from the vicinity, restricting them to the simple work of filling dump carts.  This was in February 1865.[6]

The Chinese proved so adept at this task that they were soon given the duty of driving the carts as well as loading them.  Next, though doubting that they were capable of really hard physical labor, he tried them using picks on softer excavations, with excellent results.[6]

Strobridge now began to hire in earnest.  The railroad's agents scoured the towns of California for Chinese laborers.  By fall of that year there were 3,000 on the payroll.[7]  "The number rapidly increased to ten or eleven thousand and from then till the golden spike was placed, at Promontory, four men in every five hired by the Central Pacific were Chinese.[8]  After the supply of local Chinese labor was exhausted, the railroad began recruiting in the Far East.[9]  

HOW THE CHINESE WORKED AND LIVED

Chinese railroad workers were divided into gangs of about 12 to 20 each.  Each group had a cook who not only prepared their meals but was required to have a large boiler of hot water each night so that when the workers came off the grade, they could take a hot sponge bath, and change their clothes before the evening meal.[10]

Each gang had a "head man" who each evening received from the foreman an account of the time credited to his gang and he in turn divided it among the individuals.  The head man also bought and paid for all provisions used by his gang, the amount due him being collected from each individual at the end of the month.[10]

Hours of work were from sunrise to sunset, six days per week.[10]  Initially, the wages of the Chinese workers were set at one dollar per day or twenty-six dollars per month.  Later this was raised to thirty dollars and finally to thirty-five dollars per month, out of which, after deducting their expenses, left $20 to $30 per man.[10, 11]

Probably on the advice of Chinese merchants, the workers were fed a Chinese diet including dried oysters, dried cuttle fish, dried fish, sweet rice, crackers, dried bamboo, salted cabbage, Chinese sugar, dried fruits and vegetables, vermicelli, dried seaweed, Chinese bacon, dried abalone, dried mushrooms, peanut oil, tea, rice, pork, and poultry.  This was a much more varied and balanced diet than the beef, beans, bread, butter and potatoes of white laborers at the time.  The Chinese also drank barrels of lukewarm tea brought by Chinese mess attendants.  By way of contrast white workers would not hesitate to gulp down cold water.  Too often this water was contaminated and caused illness among the workers.[10]  The company provided the Chinese with low cloth tents, but many preferred to live in dugouts or to burrow into the earth.[10]

The Chinese soon set an example for diligence, steadiness, and clean living.  They had few fights and no "blue" Mondays.  California governor Leland Stanford, also one of the directors of the Central Pacific, said in his report to the president of the United States on October 10, 1865:  "As a class they are quiet, peaceable, patient, industrious and economical.  Ready and apt to learn all the different kinds of work required in railroad building, they soon became as efficient as the white laborers.. .."[10]  

CAPE HORN PASSAGE

In the fall of 1865 the Chinese laborers of the Central Pacific, derisively called by some, "Crocker's pets," came up against Cape Horn, a nearly perpendicular rocky promontory.  At this point the American River is 1,400 feet below the line of the road.  Chinese workmen were lowered from the top of the cliff in wicker baskets .  The basket men chipped and drilled holes for explosives, and then scrambled up the lines while gunpowder exploded beneath.  Inch by inch, a road bed was gouged from the granite.[12]  

IN THE HIGH SIERRAS

As Crocker's army progressed into the High Sierras, progress slowed.  One year later, the railroad only reached Cisco on the western slope.  Snow overtook the Central Pacific crews in December of 1866.  That winter was one of the most severe on record.  But Crocker ordered the workers to start tunneling Donner Summit.[13]

The Chinese lived practically entirely out of sight of the sky that winter, their shacks largely buried in snow.  They dug chimneys and air shafts and lived by lantern light.  They tunneled their way from the camps to the portal of the tunnel to work long, underground shifts.  A remarkable labyrinth developed under the snow.  The corridors in some cases were wide enough to allow two-horse sleds to move through freely, and were as much as 200 feet long.  Through them, workmen travelled back and forth, digging, blasting and removing the rubble.[14]

Loss of life was heavy.  Snow slides were frequent.  On December 25, 1866, the Dutch Flat Enquirer reported that "a gang of Chinamen employed by the railroad were covered up by a snow slide and 4 or 5 died before they could be exhumed.... The snow fell to such a depth that one whole camp of Chinamen was covered up during the night and parties were digging them out when our informant left."[15]

When spring came, Crocker ordered a massive assault on the summit tunnel.  Following is his account on the work of his Chinese crews:

"We had a shaft down in the center.  We were cutting both ways from the bottom of that shaft ... [We] got some Cornish miners [from Virginia City] and paid them extra wages.  We put them into one side of the shaft ... and we had Chinamen on the other side.  We measured the work every Sunday morning; and the Chinamen without fail, always outmeasured the Cornish miners. ... The Chinese were skilled in using the hammer and drill; and they proved themselves equal to the very best Cornish miners in that work.  They are very trusty; and they are very intelligent, and they live up to their contracts."[16]  The tunnel was completed, but before tracks could be laid, winter had closed in again.  This winter was, if anything, worst than the one preceding.  Years later Strobridge told the following to a federal investigating commission:

"The snow slides carried away our camps and we lost a good many men in these slides; many of them we did not find until the next season when the snow melted."[17]

However, in mid-1868, the Central Pacific finally broke through the Sierra barrier.  The true cost in human lives will probably never be known since little records were kept, but it must have been high.[17]  

CHINESE STRIKE

Strobridge and Crocker drove their men, especially the Chinese, mercilessly.  It is on record that in June 1867, some 2,000 Chinese engaged in tunnel work in the high Sierras went on strike .  However, the Chinese had no support from the other workers, and the strike collapsed in one week.[18]

ACROSS NEVADA TO PROMONTORY POINT

The march across the flat expanses of Nevada was a romp compared to what laid behind in the Sierras.  By January 1869, the Central Pacific, averaging almost one mile per day, had reached the Great Salt Lake Basin, while to the east, tracks of the Union Pacific was just emerging from the Rockies.[19]

By late April 1869, the tracks were only fourteen miles from a junction with the Union Pacific and the Central Pacific forces set out to beat the track-laying record just achieved by the Union Pacific workers.  On April 28, 1869, while a number of officers from the U. P. and the C. P., several newspaper correspondents, and workers from the rival camp looked on, the Chinese and Irish work force of the Central Pacific laid 10 miles and 56 feet of track in a little less than 12 hours, beating the old U. P. record by more than 2 miles.[20]

The Central Pacific tracks were officially joined to the Union Pacific rails at Promontory Point [ sic ] near Ogden, Utah, on May 10, 1869.  There were many eloquent orations on that day but E. B. Crocker was one of the very few to pay any tribute to the role of the Chinese.  In a speech at Sacramento he declared:  "I wish to call to your minds that the early completion of this railroad we have built has been in large measure due to that poor, despised class of laborers called the Chinese, to the fidelity and industry they have shown."[21]  

Also see: Chinese workers building the Loma Prieta Lumber Co.'s railroad, California, about 1885 . Courtesy of the Pajaro Valley Historical Association and the Smithsonian Institution .

THE VALLEY ROUTE TO LOS ANGELES

In December 1869, the Central Pacific launched the construction of a line down the San Joaquin Valley.  By 1872 the railhead had reached Goshen.  Subsequently, construction of the section from Goshen on south to Los Angeles was turned over to the Southern Pacific which had been acquired by the Central Pacific in 1870.

By 1875 the Southern Pacific was surmounting the Tehachapi Mountains in a line that zig-zagged back and forth up the slopes, running through 17 tunnels to the summit, which was reached by the middle of 1876.[22]

Concurrently in March 1875, 330 Chinese tunnel diggers also started the attack on the last barrier to Los Angeles, the boring of the 6,975-foot-long San Fernando Tunnel, the longest west of the Appalachians.  The force soon increased to 1,500, including 1,000 Chinese.[23]

The work force faced an enormously difficult task. The soft soil of the mountain was saturated with water.  A blue gray ooze sucked at the shovels.  A constant dripping from the ceiling and sides of the tunnel rendered the atmosphere extremely damp and disagreeable.  Within the bowels of the earth hundreds of feet below the surface, the stifling heat and dampness made it almost impossible to work.  Workers stripped to the waist, perspiration pouring from every pore.  The air was so foul that candles burnt but dimly.  Laborers passed out with monotonous regularity; cave-ins and accidents took a fearful toll.  But the men kept on working.  By July 1876 the tunnel had become a reality and on September 5, 1876, Los Angeles was connected to San Francisco by rail,[23] giving a tremendous boost to the development of the San Joaquin Valley and the Los Angeles area.

[1] Mae H. B. Boggs, My Playhouse Was a Concord Coach (Oakland, 1942), p. 310.  Quoted from the June 15, 1858, issue of the Sacramento Union.

[2] Ira B. Cross, A History of the Labor Movement in California (Berkeley, 1935), p. 74.  Quoted from the May 1, 1869, issue of the New York Tribune.

[3] Alexander Saxton, "The Army of Canton in the High Sierra," Pacific Historical Review, Vol. 35 (1966), pp. 141-152.

[4] Ping Chiu, Chinese Labor in California (Madison, 1967, 2nd ptg.), p. 44.

[5] Report of the Joint Special Committee to Investigate Chinese Immigration (44th Cong. 2nd Session, 1876-77, Senate Report 689), pp. 78, 666.

[6] Wesley S. Griswold, A Work of Giants (N. Y., 1962), p. 111.  Ping Chiu, op cit., p. 44.

[7] E. L. Sabin, Building the Pacific Railway (Philadelphia, 1919), p. 111.

[8] See Note 2.

[9] The Bancroft Library at the Univ. of Calif., Berkeley, has a copy of the Jan. 1, 1867 California China Mail and Flying Dragon containing a Chinese language advertising for laborers to come to the U. S. to work on railroad construction and in agriculture.

[10] Southern Pacific Relations Memorandum. The Chinese Role in Building the Central Pacific, Jan. 3, 1966.  Also Charles Nordhoff, California, a Book for Travellers and Settlers (N. Y., 1873), pp. 189-190.

[11] P. Chiu, op. cit., p. 46.

[12] W. S. Griswold, op. cit., p. 123.

[13] W. S. Griswold, op. cit., pp. 160-161.

[14] Ibid., pp. 191 - 192.

[15] Quoted in A. Saxton, op. cit.

[16] Senate Report 689, p. 667.

[17] See Note 3.

[18] Sacramento Union, July 1, July 3, 1867; Stockton Daily Independent, July 3, 1867; Daily Alta California, July 1, 1867.  San Francisco Commercial Herald and Market Review, July 10, 1867.

[19] See Note 3.

[20] Southern Pacific Public Relations Memorandum, The Chinese Role in Building the Central Pacific, Jan. 3, 1966.

[21] See Note 3.

[22] Remi Nadeau, City Makers, Story of Southern California's First Boom, 1868-1876 (Los Angeles, 1965), pp. 127-131, passim.

[23] R. Nadeau, op. cit., pp. 141-147, passim.

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