2009 Indie Book Award Finalist in the Biography Category

A true story of a search for identity

Follow the adventures of a young Chinese boy, taken away from his small village in war-torn China and brought to the United States, where he grows up with no knowledge of his family in China.

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Until, almost 40 years later, he is contacted by someone in Indonesia claiming to be his older brother ...


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Why did his loving parents give this boy up - willingly?




And can this man really be trusted?
Is he really who he says he is?

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Note: In Mandarin, the city is pronounced TaiShan. In Cantonese, it is pronounced ToiShan.

Click to read more about TaiShan from Wikipedia.

Click to learn more about Taishan, as well as see a map of China and TaiShan,
from the Chinese Taishan People Website.

Last updated: June 6, 2012
by Chester "Chet" Lee