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Kirsten Chen’s second novel Bury What We Cannot Take shows how family love can help overcome trauma and hardship — International Examiner

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— by Jennifer Lee: On the heels of the success of her debut novel Soy Sauce for Beginners, Kirstin Chen explores new ground with her riveting sophomore novel Bury What You Cannot Take. Although her first book was based on her own experience as a Singaporean expat living in the U.S., the setting for her second novel was foreign territory since it takes place in China during the 1950s…

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July 16, 2019

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