Sansan was four when the Communists took Tientsin. She was seventeen when she left China in 1962. This is her story of the years between: how she lived, what she hated, whom she loved; a sturdy, stubborn girl's true record of an existence none of her readers has ever known.
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About the Author
Bette Bao Lord is a best-selling author of novels and works of nonfiction that have been translated into more than fifteen languages. She is also a civic activist who serves on many boards and is currently the chair of Freedom House, an organization established in 1941 by Wendell Willkie and Eleanor Roosevelt to monitor violations of political and civil rights and to promote the growth of democratic institutions around the world. She is a frequent lecturer on the topic of foreign affairs, and, specifically, on her native country, China.