East Meets West, Journey Through War And Peace - Volume 1 (Black And White Paper

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“EAST meets WEST is a detailed historical account which covers an amazing 85-year period by an exceptional first-hand witness. It is not only a poignant story of War and Peace but much more interesting are the descriptions of clashes between culture, the merging between different traditions and customs, the evolution in ways of life and family values, and finally the successful integration into th...

Paperback: 406 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (July 14, 2017)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1548926744
ISBN-13: 978-1548926748
Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.9 x 11 inches
Amazon Rank: 3319584
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Melting Pot. Another remarkable aspect of this book is its illustrations with hundreds of photographs and documents depicting people, events, places and the flow of time. It is a valuable reference book as well as outstanding and entertaining reading.” “EAST meets WEST” was written by HUU DIEU KHUONG. The author was recognized by THE NEW YORK TIMES in an article published on Sunday, June 3, 1956 with a title as “Vietnam student here wins M.I.T. Fellowship”: “A Vietnamese student at Lafayette College has won a fellowship at Massachusetts Institute Technology, the college said this week. He is Dieu Khuong-Huu, a senior. He ranks first in his field of study, although he has had to work his way through college. He will receive a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering at Lafayette’s commencement Thursday. He won one of the five Tau Beta Pi Association fellowships. This will enable him to study at M.I.T. for a master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering. After that he plans to return to Vietnam to work there.”