Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun: How I Survived China's Wartime Atrocity

Japanese Girl at the Siege of Changchun: How I Survived China's Wartime Atrocity

by Homare Endo, Michael Brase

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781611729252
Publisher: Stone Bridge Press
Publication date: 09/19/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 304
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Homare Endo was born in China in 1941, lived through the Chinese Revolutionary War, and returned to Japan in 1953. She is a Doctor of Science, director of the Center of International Relations at Tokyo University and Graduate School of Social Welfare, and professor emeritus at the University of Tsukuba. She was a visiting researcher and professor at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.

She has published many works about postwar China.

Among her published works are Mo Takuto: Nihongun to kyobo shita otoko (Máo Zédong: The Man who Conspired with the Japanese Army; in Japanese and Chinese), Chaina Sebun: Akai kotei Shu Kinpei (The China Seven: The Red Emperor Xí Jìnpíng), Chaina Nain: Chugoku o ogokasu kyunin no otoko-tachi (The China Nine: The Nine Men who Move China), Netto taikoku Chugoku: Genron o meguru kobo (Internet Superpower China: The Battle over Freedom of Speech), Chaina Jajji: Mo Takuto ni narenakatta otoko (Bó Xilái: The Man who Failed to Become a Second Máo Zédong), Kanzen kaidoku: Chugoku gaiko senryaku no nerai (An In-depth Study: The Aims of Chinese Foreign Policy), Chugoku-jin ga eranda wasuto Chugoku-jin banzuke: Yahari akai Chugoku wa fuhai de horobiru (The Worst Chinese as Selected by the Chinese: Corruption Will Bring Red China Down in the End), and Chugoku doman shinjin-rui: Nihon no anime to manga ga Chugoku o ugokasu (The Chinese Anime-Manga Tribe: Japanese Anime and Manga Shake China).

About the translator: A longtime editor at Kodansha International and now freelance translator, Michael Brase counts among his translations The Manga Biography of Kenji Miyazawa, The Culture of Japan as a New Global Value, and The Building of Horyu-ji. His miscellaneous writings and translations can be seen on Facebook at Japan&Stuff Press.

Table of Contents

Introduction

Chapter 1
The Red Glass Bead

Chapter 2
Chángchun: A City without Hope

Chapter 3
The Free Earth

Chapter 4
Liberated Yánjí

Chapter 5
Alive Again

Chapter 6
Outbreak of the Korean War

Chapter 7
The Wavering Light of Tianjin

Afterword

Map of Chángchun

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