Praise for Egg on Mao:
"Chong is a masterful storyteller. . . .Egg on Mao
is a lovely and fascinating look at not only China, but also the power of friendship and human decency." —Quill and Quire
"Egg on Mao
speaks the universal language of human rights." —The Daily NewsPraise for The Concubine's Children:
"Beautiful, haunting and wise, [The Concubine' s Children
] lingers in the mind like a portrait one returns to in a family album, and elicits the same mysterious response of love, melancholy and pride."
— The New York Times Book Review
About the Author
Denise Chong is the author of the family memoir The Concubine’s Children
and The Girl in the Picture
, a story of the napalm girl from the Vietnam War. She lives with her family in Ottawa.