Introduction

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Part of the Palgrave Studies in Oral History book series (PSOH)

Abstract

I instantly connected with Ma Xiaodong when we first met in Boston. It was a decade ago when she was a graduate student in sociology and I taught history at a local university. It delighted me to find a fellow Beijinger, but more than the common birthplace, it was the parallel experience of our youth in China that made me feel an immediate affinity for her.

Keywords

Dust Assure Bleach Ethos 

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Introduction

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© Ye Weili with Ma Xiaodong 2005

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