Daughter of Shanghai
The autobiography of Tsai Chin, who came to the world's notice first playing the title role in the stage version of The World of Suzie Wong, shows how she blazed a trail for the many other Chinese actors who have followed her to work in Western films and shows. The daughter of a famous classical Chinese actor, she came to the West only to find her family caught up in the Cultural Revolution back home. Although she was celebrated in the world of cinema and stage glamour, she never forgot her roots, providing what support she could to her family during the Cultural Revolution and eventually returning to China when stability had returned. 305 pages with an index and balck and white photos.
Weight 0.20 Kg. Surface mail worldwide: $3, Air mail to Asia Pacific countries $4 to Central Asia, Europe & the Middle East: $5 and to Africa and North & South America: $6 . Postage within Malaysia is free
Published by Corgi, London, 1990.
Condition: Fair. Paperback. The front cover is slightly curled and spine creased, the book had medium tanning throughout and heavier tanning on the endpapers. There is a signed dedication by the author in Chinese and English on the first page