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"Filled with lush detail and crafted with the narrative vision of a novel, Evelina Chao's memoir is a passionate and poignant tale of family, history, healing and reconciliation. Chao's graceful voice vivifies this story of a daughter's relationship with her mother and family, in both America and China. Yeh Yeh's House eloquently speaks to the responsibility and need so many of us feel to discover one's self in the context of both history and familial love. For all of us who have had to assimilate and balance dreams with expectations, this journey of self-reckoning will serve as a gratifying inspiration." —Terrence Cheng, author of Sons of Heaven
Posted January 5, 2013
This book was a Great Read, I Loved It! I have a Large Collection Of Asian Biographies And This Is One Of My Favorites.
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