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All That Matters
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|June 28, 2005

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Kiam-Kim is three years old when he arrives by ship at Gold Mountain with his father and his grandmother, Poh-Poh, the Old One. It is 1926, and because of famine and civil war in China, they have left their village in Toishan province to become the new family of…
Paper Shadows: Penguin Modern Classics Edition
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|This title releases March 6, 2018

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In 1995, during the publicity tour for his much-acclaimed first novel, The Jade Peony , Wayson Choy received a mysterious phone call from a woman claiming to have just seen his mother on a streetcar. He politely informed the caller that she must be mistaken,…
Not Yet: A Memoir Of Living And Almost Dying

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Framed by Wayson Choy’s two brushes with death, Not Yet is an intimate and insightful study of one man’s reasons for living. In 2001, Wayson Choy suffered a combined asthma-heart attack. As he lay in his hospital bed, slipping in and out of…
The Jade Peony
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|October 1, 1995

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Chinatown, Vancouver, in the late 1930s and ë40s provides the setting for this poignant first novel, told through the vivid and intense reminiscences of the three younger children of an immigrant family. They each experience a very different childhood, depending…
All That Matters
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|October 16, 2012

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Paper Shadows
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|September 13, 2005

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In 1995, during the publicity tour for his much-acclaimed first novel, The Jade Peony , Wayson Choy received a mysterious phone call from a woman claiming to have just seen his mother on a streetcar. He politely informed the caller that she must be mistaken,…