A Village With My Name

A Village With My Name

A Family History of China's Opening to the World

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When journalist Scott Tong moved to Shanghai, his assignment was to start up the first full-time China bureau for (3z(BMarketplace,(3y (Bthe daily business and economics program on public radio stations across the United States. But for Tong the move became much more—it offered the opportunity to reconnect with members of his extended family who had remained in China after his parents fled the communists six decades prior. By uncovering the stories of his family’s history, Tong discovered a new way to understand the defining moments of modern China and its long, interrupted quest to go global. With curiosity and sensitivity, Tong explores the moments that have shaped China and its people, offering a compelling and deeply personal take on how China became what it is today.
Publisher: Chicago : The University of Chicago Press, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9780226338866
022633886X
Characteristics: xvii, 243 pages ; 24 cm

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