An occasional series in which writers speak for themselves.
A Singapore expat residing in England, journalist Teresa Lim is author of the recently published The Interpreter’s Daughter: A Family Memoir. The book “is a rich history of both Singapore and the Law family, [which traces] its first known ancestors back to central China,” says the Asian Review of Books. “It’s apparent that Lim has spent a great deal of time researching her family’s history, and she writes about it seamlessly, as if telling the story to a friend.” Lim discussed The Interpreter’s Daughter with Stephen Usery in October.
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