In the eye of the China storm a life between East and West /

"Born in Vancouver in 1920 to immigrant parents, Lin became a passionate advocate for China while attending university in the United States. With the establishment of the People's Republic, and growing Cold War sentiment, Lin abandoned his doctoral studies, moving to China with his wife an...

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Author / Creator: Lin, Paul T. K., 1920-2004.
Other Authors / Creators:Lin, Eileen Chen, 1924-
Format: Electronic eBook
Imprint: Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2011.
Series:Footprints series (Montréal, Quebec) ; 14.
Online Access:Available in ProQuest Ebook Central - Academic Complete.
Table of Contents:
  • PART I 1920-1949: In the Beginning Was Father ; A Budding Scholar and Orator ; China Family / by Eileen Chen Shu Lin ; Two Lives Entwined / by Eileen Chen Shu Lin ; From Academics to Activism
  • PART I I 1950-1964: Journey to New China ; Beijing Learnings ; A Revolution Is Not a Dinner Party
  • PART I I I 1965-1982: Return to Canada and Cold War Chill ; Bright Beginning and Tragedy ; Cold War Warming ; Passionate Dialogues ; Cultural Revolution Conundrums ; China Opens to the World ; Generations
  • PART IV 1982-2004: University of East Asia, Macau ; From Idealism to Idealistic Pragmatism ; An Enigma Reconsidered
  • Appendix 1: Paul T.K. Lin's 1942 Award-winning "Pacific Charter"
  • Appendix 2: Paul Lin's Influence on a Generation / by Paul Brennan.