VOICES CARRY: Behind Bars and Backstage during China’s Revolution and Reform

VOICES CARRY is the autobiography of beloved Chinese actor and cultural ambassador Ying Ruocheng, published by Rowman & Littlefield (2009). Claire Conceison collaborated with Ying during the final three years of his life (2001-2003), taping his life story and compiling it into a lively and readable narrative for an international audience. Ying’s life shows us the impact of twentieth-century China’s social and political upheavals on the life of a remarkable man from an extraordinary family.

*contact the author at claire.conceison@duke.edu

VISIT LINKS ON THIS SITE TO:

-learn more about Ying Ruocheng

-view photos from his acting career

-read excerpts from the book

-order a copy of the book at a discounted price

-find discussion questions for book clubs

-read comments about Ying by Arthur Miller and others

-share memories of Ying Ruocheng

-post reader reflections on the book

-find out when Claire Conceison is visiting a university or bookstore near you to talk about Ying’s life and their collaboration

* Photograph above is Ying Ruocheng as Kublai Khan in the 1982 NBC television miniseries ‘Marco Polo’

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