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Journey Through The White Terror: A Daughter's Memoir

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The book is about the story of Kang-i Sun Chang's father Paul Sun, who, along with numerous others, was imprisoned in Taiwan more than 55 years ago during what was known as the "White Terror" episode. The "White Terror" period usually refers to the decade following Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalist government's withdrawal from mainland China into Taiwan in mid-December, 1949, ...more
Published 2006 by National Taiwan University Press
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Kang-i Sun Chang (born 1944), née Sun Kang-i (Chinese: 孫康宜; pinyin: Sūn Kāngyí), is a Chinese-American scholar of classical Chinese literature. She is the inaugural Malcolm G. Chace Professor, and former chairperson of the Department of East Asian Languages and Literatures at Yale University.

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