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Author: Adeline Yen Mah
Format Hardback | 224 pages
Publication date 16 Sep 2004
Publisher Pearson Education Limited
When Adeline Yen Mah’s mother dies giving birth to her, the family rejects Adeline. In this vivid autobiography, the author describes her, life, struggles, and how she comes to be accepted by her family at the time of the Cultural Revolution in China.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Adeline Yen Mah (Chinese: Yen Jun-ling; Pinyin: Mǎ Yán Jūnlíng; Yale (Cantonese): ma5 yim4 gwan1 ling4) (official birthday 30th November 1937, however, real birthday not known, this is, in fact, her father’s birthday) is a Chinese-American author and physician. She grew up in Tianjin, Shanghai, and Hong Kong with an older sister, Lydia; three older brothers, Gregory, Edgar and James, and a younger half brother, Franklin, and half-sister, Susan. Currently, she divides her time between southern California and London. She is married to Professor Robert Mah and has two children.
|Dimensions||205 × 135 × 10 mm|