hearing stories: Because her father had been a judge with the previous government, Chen says her family had to leave everything behind, according to CBC. She remembers hearing stories about life back in China from her family. The Chinese Civil war had just ended, and members of the government with the Republic of China fled to Taiwan as the Communist Party of China took control of the country. They missed their home, talking maybe one day to go back, but they never got to see that day, she says. Supplied Chen met her husband while he was studying at a Taiwanese university. Chen was born in China, but grew up in Taiwan after her family moved when she was only 3 months old. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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