The author had a strong bond with American establishments, where he
had all his education in China before 1949 revolution. This cost
him an enduring ordeal as he had been ostracized into countryside
to embark on primary farming labor and health services. Firmly
believing his fate would change after Mao, he never ceased
preparing for just that by learning foreign languages and new
medical developments in countryside. Surely enough he had it after
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