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Q & A: 'One Tree Three Lives'

NEW YORK, November 10, 2012 — Following a screening of Angie Chen's documentary about Chinese writer Hualing Nieh, Chen discusses the film and Nieh's life and legacy with International Writing Program Director Christopher Merrill, Nieh herself (via Skype), and Asia Society's La Frances Hui. (38 min., 50 sec.)

Interview with Christopher Merrill


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