Bei Dao’s book, “City Gate, Open Up,” feels personal to Inland writer – Press-Enterprise


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Bei Dao's book, “City Gate, Open Up,” feels personal to Inland writer
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By Faraz RizviContributing columnist. Bei Dao's latest book, a poetic memoir about his youth in Beijing, is a commentary on development, alienation and the work of memory to diffuse it. Dao is the pen name of Zhao Zhenkai, a dissident Chinese poet

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