A “sad story with a happy ending”

“Congress is a busy place and very little happens by accident. The [Chinese-American] community acted, organized and Congress looked at it, and was willing to act. It is a sad story with a happy ending, but nobody would bother to tell the story if it didn’t matter to the community itself.”

Act of honor,” by Tan Yingzi, China Daily, June 20, 2012

Cover of "Forbidden Citizens," by Martin B. Gold






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