Last Boat Out of Shanghai
Helen Zia talked about her book, Last Boat Out of Shanghai: The Epic Story of the Chinese Who Fled Mao’s Revolution, in which she reported on the four individuals who fled Shanghai following the 1949 Chinese Communist Revolution.
People in this video
Luke Kertcher Student University of Pennsylvania
Peter Van Do Director University of Pennsylvania->Pan Asian American Community House
- Jingjing Zeng Vice Chair University of Pennsylvania->Asian Pacific Student Coalition
Helen Zia Journalist and Author
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