Excerpt from The Carolina Magazaine, Vol. 58: October, 1927
After only two years in America they speak excellent English, are clever conversationalists, and think American colleges are so good.
The young ladies moved about the campus always wearing curious looking native Chinese costumes. These were usually brocaded silk dresses with high collars, long sleeves, and Skirts that reached within eight inches of the ground. Two of them bobbed their hair in true ﬂapper fashion, but they would not wear American clothes. Miss Vee explained that one day with: Such fashions simply are not becoming to us, and no girl wants to wear anything that is not becoming to her.
The one thing that the three liked best to talk about was the present condition of their home country. Miss Vee, perhaps the fr'eest talker.
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