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Reading Material: "Beijing Doll"

Aug 4 2004 / Wednesday

"Beijing Doll" sold thousands of copies in China before the government banned it for its candid exploration of a teen girl's sexual awakening and her struggle to navigate repressive conventions, societal expectations and a rigid educational system. Now hitting U.S. shores, the semiautobiographical novel by Chun Sue takes readers to the streets of Beijing, where a disaffected generation spurns tradition for lives of self expression, passion and rock and roll. Drawn from the diaries Chun Sue, now 20, kept throughout her teenage years, "Beijing Doll" has been published in more than a dozen languages, proof that teens everywhere can relate to the narrator's struggle to define herself and her values.

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