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Iris Chang

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In the Rape of Nanking, writer Iris Chang told the dramatic story of Japanese atrocities committed against Chinese people. Now she takes on a bigger but equally compelling tale — 150 years of the Chinese experience in America. Iris Chang joins host Neal Conan for a discussion.

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Iris Chang
* Author of The Chinese In America: A Narrative History (Viking, 2003)

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