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Bette Bao Lord has 2 media appearances.

Bette Bao Lord
Booknotes, Sunday, May 27, 1990
Bette Bao Lord discusses Legacies: A Chinese Mosaic.

Ms. Bao-Lord discussed her book, "Legacies: A Chinese Mosaic," in which she examines the culture and history of her native China. In particular, she examines the effect of television on the Chinese. Ms. Bao-Lord left China to live in the United States when she was eight years old. She returned in 1985, when her husband, Winston Lord, was posted to Beijing as the U.S. ambassador to China. They remained there through spring 1989. During the weeks before the pro-democracy demonstrations, Ms. Bao-Lord was a consultant to CBS News. (timspalding)… (more)
A discussion on China
Charlie Rose, Monday, February 26, 1996
Betty Bao Lord

Charlie talks to Chinese novelist Bette Bao Lord about her books (timspalding)

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