Happy Birthday Mr. Kang

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10 Questions - Developed by: Jay - Developed on: - 215 taken

  • 1
    What did Mr. Kang do every day before his birthday?
    He had a birthday party
    He chopped scallions, wrapped dumplings and pulled noodle dough into strands
    He worked as a waiter at the Golden Dragon Restaurant
    He read poems to his bird
  • 2
    How old was Mr. Kang turning?
  • 3
    What were Mr. Kang's three wishes?
    To read The New York Times everyday, he wants to paint poems everyday and he wants an american bird
    To paint poems everyday with a bird
    To go back to China
    To read The New York Times everyday, he wants to paint poems everyday and he wants a hua mei
  • 4
    What is Mr. Kangs special recipe?
    Millet coated with egg yolks mixed with chopped meat
    Chopped meat and vegetables
    Vegetables and egg yolks
    Millet coated with honey
  • 5
    What does the Birdie do after Mr. Kang reads to him his poem?
    The hua mei sings his own melody back
    The bird says the poem back
    The hua mei paints the poem
    The bird sings the poem
  • 6
    What is Mr. Kangs grandsons name?
  • 7
    At what time and on what day does Mr. Kang take the bird out?
    Morning on Fridays
    Night on Tuesdays
    Morning on Sundays
    Night on Sundays
  • 8
    Does Mr. Kang mind growing old in a foreign land?
    No, he likes America because of the food
    Yes, he misses China
    No, because of how smart his grandson is
    Yes, he hates America and everything about it
  • 9
    What is Mr. Kangs friends name and how many cages does he bring with him?
    Mr. Sam and he has one cage
    Mr. Chum and he has three cages
    Mr. Chang and he has two cages
    Mr. Lum and he has two cages
  • 10
    Why does Mr. Kang want to let the bird go?
    He wants to show everyone how the bird flies.
    He feels the bird is trapped in its cage like he was trapped in his job for fifty years.
    He wants it to sing for everyone.
    He wants it to fly home.

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