Na Ann Wang is an award-winning writer, a scholar, and a technologist. He immigrated to the US from China to pursue his PhD. His journey is a live testament to a miserable immigration life, caught in the middle of company scandals that sabotaged his efforts for a career and a legal status in the country. His story reflects the era of an economic downturn, of the flaws and backlogs of the immigration system. It shows his struggles in trying to achieve his goals and living in an environment with difficult people, who had everything yet exploited the weak and the foreigners. Many US natives may not realize how difficult it is to live in another country. They may not value how economic globalization had changed their culture, lives, and identities-too, they disregard the important roles that immigrants play in various fields of their economy, benefiting their social and cultural structure and the entire country. This real-life story depicts the lives of those in the field of science and technology in this modern country. It tells of how they had suffered and sacrificed, coming to this country still young and with only a suitcase full of hope; but they lost their dreams-even lives-from being in the wrong side of life, without any security or insurance, endured the worst in their lives, but they prevailed true to their spirits to the end.
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|Size: ||1.5 MB|
|Publisher: ||Tate Publishing|
|Date published: || 2015|
|ISBN: ||9781680975970 (DRM-EPUB)|
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