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Suzanne Ma
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Author, Chinatown enthusiast, Startup entrepreneur
Author, Chinatown enthusiast, Startup entrepreneur

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Why we leave and return to #China, talking #migration with +SinoVision English Channel at +Asian American Writers' Workshop.

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Thoughtful, wonderfully written, and impressively researched... Read in +De Volkskrant how my #Dutch #Chinese inlaws inspired me to write my book 
+Catharina 't Hart de Wijkerslooth +Rob Speekenbrink +TEDx Delft 

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Awesome feature about my new book #MeetMeinVenice, the story of #Chinese #migrants starting new lives in #Italy!

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I am so honoured to have been invited to the #Netherlands  to give a #TEDtalk  at TEDxDelft. My #IdeaWorthSpreading  was closely linked to reporting I had done as a journalist and to my recent book, MEET ME IN VENICE, which chronicles of the lives of immigrants in Europe. Here it is! +Rob Speekenbrink +Catharina 't Hart de Wijkerslooth +Stephanie Wells 

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Listen to me talk #MeetMeinVenice  on +CBC Radio One!

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I spend a lot of time in #Chinatown, wherever I am in the world. Why? What draws me here? The answer, in my latest blog via +The Huffington Post.

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+Washington Independent Review of Books says #MeetMeinVenice  is  "eye-opening, fascinating, and beautifully written...a revealing and thought-provoking look at the true meaning of our globalized economy."

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To celebrate the official launch of ‪#‎MeetMeinVenice‬, the 1st of 5 blogs -- one for every year it took me to finish the book -- on how I became a published author. via +Medium  #getpublished   #bookwriting   #authors  

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I am so flattered to receive this marvelous review from the Los Angeles Review of Books today, one day before ‪Meet Me in Venice‬ is officially published. 

The reviewer starts her piece by describing how she's sitting in Chinese restaurant on Christmas Day in mid-town Manhattan watching her waiter navigate tables and take orders. She begins to wonder where he's come from, what drove him to come to the States, and whether he planned to return to China. 

Migrant stories are unfolding all around us, and it's been my hope that after reading Meet Me in Venice, people will begin to sit up and take notice. I'm also very humbled and honored to be mentioned in the same line as Leslie T. Chang and Peter Hessler, two mentors of mine who inspired me to write this book. 

If you're going to read one review of Meet Me in Venice, this should be the one!!!

https://lareviewofbooks.org/review/deep-search-understanding-sarah-mellors-suzanne-mas-meet-venice
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