Our family was so desperate during the Great Depression that my parents decided, with grandfather’s encouragement, that Mom would take three of her four children to Macao. Four family members leaving San Francisco would relieve the pressure on Pop to provide for his family. In Macao we would be taken care of by Grandmother. She had invested in a company in Shanghai and was living very well on the returns of her investment. She had a two-story house at Ho Laun Yuen #3 Main Street in Macao. She had servant girls working for her and she had a chef who cooked for the entire household. This would not be just a temporary visit to China. The long-term plan was for us children to go to school and grow up in Macao.