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100 1  Tong, Scott,|eauthor 
245 12 A Village with My Name|h[ebook] :|bA Family History of 
       China's Opening to the World /|cScott Tong 
264  1 Chicago :|bUniversity of Chicago Press,|c2017 
264  4 |c©2017 
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500    List of the Characters Preface Part 1 The Great Opening 1 
       Secrets of the Tong Village 2 Revenge of the Peasants from
       Tong East 3 Foreign Exchange: Student Life, Tokyo Wife 4 
       The Nanjing Glee Club and a Revolution for Girls 5 
       Genealogies and Corrections: We Regret the Error 6 The 
       Communist Mole in the School Part 2 The Great Interruption
       7 The Day the Japanese War Devils Came 8 Lost and Found: 
       Grandmother's Voice on Cassette 9 The Wartime Collaborator
       in Our Family 10 From Prison to Mao's Gulag 11 The Brother
       Left Behind in the War 12 Cursed by Overseas Relations 
       Part 3 The Great Resumption 13 My Cousin and His Shanghai 
       Buick 14 Lonely and Smothered: The Only Child 15 Daughters
       for Sale Epilogue Sources Index 
506    Owing to Legal Deposit regulations this resource may only 
       be accessed from within National Library of Scotland on 
       library computers. For more information contact enquiries@
       nls.uk.|5StEdNL 
520    When journalist Scott Tong moved to Shanghai, his 
       assignment was to start up the first full-time China 
       bureau for "Marketplace, "the daily business and economics
       program on public radio stations across the United States.
       But for Tong the move became much more₇it offered the 
       opportunity to reconnect with members of his extended 
       family who had remained in China after his parents fled 
       the communists six decades prior. By uncovering the 
       stories of his family's history, Tong discovered a new way
       to understand the defining moments of modern China and its
       long, interrupted quest to go global.-- 
600 30 Tong family 
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650  0 Families|zChina|xHistory|y20th century 
650  0 Chinese American families|xHistory|y20th century 
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650  7 Families.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01728849 
651  0 China|xHistory|y20th century 
651  7 China.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01206073 
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