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Min Jin Lee discusses with Emily Ridge her new novel, Pachinko, a sweeping saga that follows one Korean family living in Japan over four generations. As zainichi, or foreign residents, Lee’s characters are bound to one another by deep roots even as they face a permanently tenuous existence within Japanese society. Thoroughly researched and grounded in richly imagined characters, Pachinko was hailed by the Guardian as “a long, intimate hymn to the struggles of people in a foreign land.
Hong Kong International Literary Festival
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