Debut Memoir: Made in China
Made in China is a memoir about growing up in New York as a Chinese-American immigrant and the tumultuous relationship I had with parents who owned sweatshops in Queens. While living in an abusive household, my mother put me to work with the "cutting girls" to teach me a lesson and prove a point: I was Chinese, not American. Made in China draws parallels in experiences of labor, class, and family from two often conflicting worlds. It's about the trans-generational trauma and sacrifices made to achieve the American Dream in a time when that dream is shifting and ever-changing.
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