|Series||Short story index reprint series|
|LC Classifications||PZ3.J71715 Ch6, PS3519.O43 Ch6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||70163033|
China Boy is a memoir about a young boy growing up in the ghettos of San Francisco. The book mainly focuses on his life after his mother's death, in which he is plunged into a world of bullying and abuse, mainly from his stepmother Edna and /5. About China Boy “What a knockout. An incredibly rich and new voice or American literature China Boy grabs the reader’s heart and won’t let go A wonder of a story.”—Amy Tan, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Joy Luck Club Kai Ting is the only American-born son of an aristocratic Mandarin family that fled China in the wake of Mao’s revolution. China Boy is a work of autobiographical fiction by Gus Lee. Lee has confirmed that the book is a thinly veiled memoir of his early years, growing up as the child of Chinese immigrants in San Francisco’s Panhandle neighborhood. China Boy is the story of Kai Ting, the American-born son of a refugee Shanghainese family. Ending an odyssey across both friendly and unfriendly terrain, .
China Boy (The first book in the Kai Ting series) A novel by Gus Lee. Growing up Chinese-American, a young man copes with a distant father, a missing mother, and a tyrannical stepmother as he struggles to contend with America in Author: Gus Lee. -HAROLD BROWN, U.S. Secretary of Defense, "China Boys is a timely, enlightening, and entertaining book by a distinguished U.S.-China relations insider who was with Nixon and Kissinger at the beginning and has enjoyed a ringside seat ever since/5(8). China Boy is a Bildungsroman, or rite-of-passage gh the novel covers only approximately one-and-a-half years of Kai’s life, it depicts . A challenging childhood in San Francisco's Panhandle is the subject of his book China Boy (), which became San Francisco's first One City One Book selection and a Colorado Springs' Pikes Peak Reads selection. Honor and Duty () describes the tension between integrity, friendship and fidelity in an autobiographical tale about West Point.
A first novel about a young Chinese boy in 's San Francisco who learns to box and protect himself: Lee's quasi- documentary detail and no-nonsense prose offer a vivid glimpse of Chinese-American life, while the Karate Kid plot is fleshed out enough with character and incident to be convincing. Kai Ting, the young protagonist, speaks pidgin English and has a happy childhood Author: Gus Lee. China Boy () – Gus Lee. Novem (The book details Jerome’s story–his family and abusive father), Big Willie Mack beats Kai to a pulp, which causes Kai to lose all confidence. Kai’s teachers at the Y find out this is the source of his disconnection with boxing, so they train him to beat him in an epic battle. China Boy grabs the reader's heart and won't let go A wonder of a story."—Amy Tan, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Joy Luck Club Kai Ting is the only American-born son of an aristocratic Mandarin family that fled China in the wake of Mao's revolution. Find books like China Boy from the world’s largest community of readers. Goodreads members who liked China Boy also liked: On Second Thought, Sound the T.