From Loss to Renewal
The autobiography of a China scholar, who suffered the tragic loss of family members in an airplane accident at the end of the Sino-Japanese war in 1946. Chu Djang narrates the story of organizing an expedition to explore wreckage site in a remote area of China, his return to the United States and subsequent career in the United Nations and academia, where he retired as Associate Dean and Coordinator of Academic Affairs of the St. Johns University Center for Asian Affairs. The book also includes geneological highlights of the Djang family in China, and personal insights into the academic world of Chinese-American studies.
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