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Issue Details: First known date: 1990... 1990 Tartar City Woman : Scenes From the Life of Wang Hsin-Ping, Former Citizen of China
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Wang Hsin-ping grew up among the scholar-gentry families of old Peking. When the People's Republic was established in 1949, she was twelve years old. After becoming a teacher she was investigated as a "counter-revolutionary" during the Cultural Revolution, and now lives in Melbourne.


  • Dedication: For my wife, Jennifer Hay, for her unfailing courage, dignity and loyalty.
  • Dedication: For my friend and teacher, Ron Price, who showed me the way and then walked with me.
  • Dedication: For my father, George Hay, who taught me to listen carefully to a migrant's story.
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