Best-selling memoirist and fiction writer, Anchee Min talks about her life in China and America, and how both have shaped her many books, including Red Azalea and Becoming Madame Mao.
By New Letters on the Air
Kansas City, MO – In this interview, Anchee Min details some of the human rights abuses she witnessed as a girl during the Cultural Revolution, including cannibalism, patricide, and starvation.
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