Eternal River, Vol I: The Early Years by Carolyn Wing Greenlee
An American memoir: Overcoming conflicts within Confucian culture, and the era when Chinese Americans are not welcome in White neighborhoods, Tom and Kathleen Wing forge their way with ingenuity and grit, and the support of loyal friends who open doors for them that society had locked. Eternal River is a celebration of Tom and Kay’s endurance, courage and determination, and their creative contributions to American life.
Eternal River, Vol I: The Early Years is part in a series of the Wing family memoirs, which include:
Eternal River, Vol II: The Claremont Years