Letters to Hyun A: Bridging Two Cultures
In this compelling true story, an unconventional South Korean woman seizes an opportunity to fulfill her dream to become a physician. It involves the rare sacrifice of leaving her three children in Korea while she completes her residency in the United States, a country whose language she is still learning. Dr. Chi Sun Rhee tells of her longing for her children and her years of struggle bridging two cultures in a series of poignant letters to her daughter, Hyun A. Book jacket.
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Chapter 1To the New Land
Chapter 2Arranging the Marriage
Chapter 3The Wedding
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