There must be a new urgency to ensuring that people everywhere understand the horrors of the past and the dangers of today’s authoritarian trends.
Scott Tong travels to China to discover how his great-grandfather saved the Tong family village during World War Two.
Scott Tong returns to China to find his grandmother’s old school in Nanchang.
Scott Tong’s quest to find a place that may no longer even exist: The ancestral Tong family village–Fu Ma Ying.
How did China react to Japan’s economic boom in the 1980s — and its financial meltdown in the 1990s?
What were the 1970s like in China, when even mainstream Western politicians came to call on Mao in Beijing?
What happened when China was eclipsed by the rise of neighboring Japan?
How does the emergence of China look through the prism of a Westerner’s life?
A museum director’s reflections on vexing global issues such as identity, tolerance, conflict and war.