Tiger in a Cage: The Memoir of Wu Tek Ying
Xlibris Corporation, Mar 13, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 248 pages
Wu Tek Ying's memoir illuminates the customs of China during the turbulent years of 1914-1952. Love affairs, arranged marriages, warlords, jealousy, imprudent marriages and China's changing political scene affect Tek Ying's life. The threat of Communism forced Tek Ying to flee to Hong Kong.
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