Chinese Comfort Women

Comfort Women were females who were forced into sexual slavery by the Japanese Military in occupied countries during the Second World War. With the help of Julie Tang, I had interviewed Wei Shao-lan in her hometown of Guiling, China, in 2017. Now I was scheduled to speak at her funeral.

The Story of Adeline Yen Mah

 When I was a little school girl in Shanghai, it was the ambition of all my classmates to learn English.  Now that I am old and living in California, everyone is asking me the best way to learn Chinese.

How the world has changed! Is Chinese difficult?  Yes and No. The good news is that Chinese has practically no grammar: no singular or plural, no masculine and feminine nouns, no past, present and future tenses. The bad news is that every Chinese character is a picture that needs to be memorized.  But there are shortcuts available.

I wish to thank every reader who visits my website.  It’s great to hear from  you.  In return, I would like to give you a present. 

 All of us recognize that China will probably become the world’s largest economy in twenty years’  time.  Knowing Chinese will not only give you understanding of China’s history and culture, it will also create endless opportunities for a brilliant future.

 Please click on ChineseCharacterADay and sign up for free Chinese lessons.  That is my gift to you.


Mission Viejo Readers’ Festival

On September 25, 2010 at 3pm, Adeline will be giving a talk at Mission Viejo Readers’ 2010 Festival.  Her talk will be held at the  Palo Verde Room .  For more information please click here or on the banner above.