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by Liliane Willens

Author: Liliane Willens
Subcategory: Historical
Language: English
Publisher: Earnshaw Books; 61775th edition (August 1, 2010)
Pages: 328 pages
Category: Biographies
Rating: 4.5
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and Ms. Willens' book explained the beginnings to present of this Shanghai enclave in vivid detail in between the book's main story line, which is a.

Stateless in Shanghai Paperback – February 1, 2015. by Liliane Willens (Author). Willens' story is compelling to all generations

Stateless in Shanghai Paperback – February 1, 2015. Willens' story is compelling to all generations. Now that China has risen onto the world stage, her firsthand experience is more relevant than in any prior generation to understanding how Chinese and Western views can both clash and coalesce. -Nien Cheng, author, "Life and Death in Shanghai". Liliane Willens is a former professor at Boston College and at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Now retired, she lectures on China and Old Shanghai.

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Stateless in Shanghai book. A unique story told by a remarkable woman. Dr. Willens is the daughter of Jews who fled to Shanghai from Russia and the Ukraine around the time of the Revolution

Stateless in Shanghai book. With vivid firsthand descriptions of Asia’s most cosmopolitan. Willens is the daughter of Jews who fled to Shanghai from Russia and the Ukraine around the time of the Revolution. The family lived in the enclave set aside for foreign concessions. French, Germans, Russians, Americans, Jews, Christians - an international potpourri.

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Engaging and often humorous, this unique memoir relates Willens' experiences as a Jewish Russian living in early Communist China.

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M TALKS CHINA: Liliane Willens. One hour followed by Q&A session and signing by author of her book Stateless in Shanghai

M TALKS CHINA: Liliane Willens. One hour followed by Q&A session and signing by author of her book Stateless in Shanghai. At the end of the 19th century China and tsarist Russia signed a contract to build the Chinese Eastern Railroad. Before the 1917 Bolshevik Revolution, Russians from the Russian empire moved to Harbin to help build the city and its economy. During the Revolution and the Russian Civil War, thousands of Russian refugees fled to Harbin. In the 1930s, life changed drastically for Harbiners when Japan occupied Manchuria, and later in 1945, when the.

With vivid firsthand descriptions of Asia's most cosmopolitan city from the 1920s to the 1950s, this recollection chronicles Liliane Willens' life and trials in Shanghai as China collapsed under the weight of foreign invaders and civil war. Engaging and often humorous, this unique memoir relates Willens' experiences as a Jewish Russian living in early Communist China.