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Review: In the Eye of the Typhoon: An American Woman in China During the Cultural RevolutionUser Review - Sherwood Smith - Goodreads
Malinda Lo mentioned her grandmother's memoir during her talk at Mythcon. I located a copy, and have been absorbed in this account by a middle-aged American woman who found herself in Canton during ... Read full review
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