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Chinas Son: Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution
Chinas Son: Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution by Da Chen 0385730500 9780385730501
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Chinas Son: Growing Up in the Cultural Revolution by Da Chen

A candid memoir about growing up during the Chinese Cultural Revolution, adapted by the author from his Colors of the Mountain, published by Random House. Da Chen was born in China in 1962. The grandson of a landlord, he and his family were treated as outcasts in Communist China. In school, Da was an excellent student until a teacher told him that, because of his familys crimes, he could never be more than a poor farmer. Feeling his fate was hopeless, Da responded by dropping out and hanging around with a gang. However, after Maos death, Da realized that an education and college might be possible, but he had to make up for the time hed wasted. He began to studyall day and into the night. His entire family rallied to help him succeed, working long hours in the rice fields and going into debt to ensure that Da would have an education. When the final exam results were posted, he had one of the highest scores in the region and had earned a place at the prestigious Beijing University. Now his familys past would not harm their future. From the Hardcover edition.

Author: Da Chen

Language: English

Binding: Paperback

Pages: 213

Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers

Publication Date: 2003-01-14

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ISBN: 0385730500


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