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Nien Cheng

During China's Cultural Revolution, Nien Cheng, a fluent English-speaker who worked for Shell in Shanghai, was accused of being a British spy and locked up in solitary confinement for six and a half years. When she was finally released - to face years of further harassment and intimidation - she learned that her daughter had been beaten to death by over-zealous Red Guards. This extraordinary book is the story of her struggle to survive against the odds, defying her brutal interrogators and steadfastly maintaining her innocence.


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Life and Death in Shanghai Life and Death in Shanghai
During China's Cultural Revolution, Nien Cheng, a fluent English-speaker...
Life and Death in Shanghai Life and Death in Shanghai
During China's Cultural Revolution, Nien Cheng, a fluent English-speaker...