A revolutionary woman for her time, intrepid feminist Emily Hahn takes us on a journey across twentieth-century China

Emily Hahn looks at everything and everyone she met on her breathtaking journey through the China of the 1930s. China to Me investigates not so much the complicated issues of political blocs and party conflict, but the ordinary—or extraordinary—lives of Chinese residents and tourists, from Asian prostitutes to European merchants living during this tumultuous time in Asian history.
Through her wartime love affair, her close friendship with the illustrious Soong Sisters, and her battle with opium addiction, Hahn’s candid memoir is a riveting literary travelogue, from Hollywood to Shanghai.

Topics: Expat Life, War, Cultural Heritage, Asian History, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Japan, China, 1930s, Contemplative, Adventurous, Heartfelt, First Person Narration, and Based on a True Story

Published: Open Road Media an imprint of Open Road Integrated Media on
ISBN: 9781497619326
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