From Tragedy, a Bittersweet Reunion

Today, I’m writing from the heart rather than my stomach: When she was only 3 years old, my aunt Wan Ying was separated from her family.  During World War II, my grandparents fled unrest in their home of Rangoon, Burma (a.k.a. Myanmar) by temporarily returning to my grandfather’s home village, just outside the Guangzhou, China. Continue reading “From Tragedy, a Bittersweet Reunion”