Lisa See comes to the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden to discuss her latest novel
Los Angeles author Lisa See has long tracked the cultural currents that flow between China and North America, and explored the pressures and hardships of immigration. The theme began in her 1995 debut, the nonfiction family history On Gold Mountain, and has continued through a series of best-selling novels, including her latest, Dreams of Joy. See comes to town on Sunday (July 17) to talk about the new novel (a sequel to 2009’s Shanghai Girls) with the CBC Studio One Book Club, in a special taping at the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden. Go to the CBC Studio One Book Club website for the details.