The List of Things Bought: Volume I, Volume 1
From the time six-year-old Hanh Xiao Lin was stolen from her family in Shanghai, China in 1926, to her death in the United States in 2001, her life, set against the epic changes in Asia and the world in the 20th Century, was anything but ordinary. Armed with only her will power and given a few turns of fate, this extraordinary woman survived to see her children grow and prosper. This is the first of two volumes that chronicles her life. Base on real events.
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