"What's the opposite of Chinese?" Redux

9.26.2007



Fine print:

Per emergency issuance 567

Instructions to all persons of Chinese ancestry living in the following area:

All that portion of the City and County of [Chinatown area, honolulu], lying generally west of the of the north-south line established by [boundary] and [boundary], and lying generally north of the east-west line established by [boundary], to the intersection of [boundary], and thence on [boundary] to [boundary].

All Chinese persons, both alien and non-alien, will be evacuated from the above designated area by 12:00 o'clock noon Tuesday, April 7, 2027.

No Chinese person will be permitted to enter or leave the above described area after 8:00 a.m., Thursday, April 2, 2027, without obtaining special permission from the Provost Marshal of the NAIE.

The NAIE is equipped to assist the Chinese population affected by this evacuation in the following ways:

1. Give advice and instructions on the evacuation.

2. Provide services with respect to the management, leasing, sale, storage or other disposition of most kinds of property including real estate, business and professional equipment, household goods, boats, automobiles, computers, livestock, etc.

3. Provide temporary residence elsewhere for all Chinese in family groups.

4. Transport persons and a limited amount of clothing and equipment to their new residence as specified below.


The Following Instructions Must Be Observed:

1. A responsible member of each family, preferably the head of the family, or the person in whose name most of the property is held, and each individual living alone must report to the NAIE Control Station to receive further instructions. This must be done between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Thursday, April 2, 2027, or between 8:00 a.m. and 5 p.m., Friday, April 3, 2027.

2. Evacuees must carry with them on departure for the Reception Center, the following property:

a. Bedding and linens (no mattress) for each member of the family.
b. Toilet articles for each member of the family.
c. Extra clothing for each member of the family.
d. Sufficient knives, forks, spoons, plates, bowls and cups for each member of the family.
e. Essential personal effects for each member of the family.

All items carried will be securely packaged, tied and plainly marked with the name of the owner and numbered in accordance with instructions received at the NAIE Control Station.

The size and number of packages is limited to that which can be carried by the individual or family group.

No contraband items as described in paragraph 6, Public Proclamation No. 3, NAIE, dated September 11, 2021, will be carried.

3. The United States Government through its agencies will provide for the storage at the sole risk of the owner of the more substantial household items, such as iceboxes, washing machines, pianos and other heavy furniture. Cooking utensils and other small items will be accepted if crated, packed and plainly marked with the name and address of the owner. Only one name and address will be used by a given family.

4. Each family, and individual living alone, will be furnished transportation to the Reception Center. Private means of transportation will not be utilized. All instructions pertaining to the movement will be obtained at the NAIE Control Station.

J. L. Ortiz
Chief Administrator
NAIE

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