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Sounds intriguing with his life experiences and those painful experiences of both the Chinese and Japanese people.
Yes. I think Ford chose to tell this story from the Chinese boy’s view point because he has hopes for Chinese and Americans to rise above their historical past. It sounds utopian, but it is a very good attitude.
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