Author, journalist, public speaker, educator, world traveler, musician – all describe Dori Jones Yang. Dori’s written 7 books – her most recent, WHEN THE RED GATES OPENED, marks her first memoir. It follows her 8 year stint as a foreign correspondent for BusinessWeek. She was one of the first Americans to cover China during the tumultuous 1980s – when its leaders allowed private enterprise and free markets – but also when a million peaceful protestors filled Tiananmen Square demanding democracy. This is one riveting, uplifting, fascinating conversation you won’t want to miss!
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