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I t was in June 2015 when my husband got both good and bad news: He received a job o er to move back to the U.S. after working in China for 10 years—and the next day, we were informed that his mother had cancer. Her surgery was scheduled in three weeks. What were we going to do? The answer was obvious—move to the U.S. to be with family. Within one week, my husband had resigned from his job in Shanghai, signed the job o er, and booked his one-way ight to the U.S. to be there for his mother's surgery. The year-long path from Shanghai to Santa Barbara By Jean Gong, GMS Leaving the MIDDLE KINGDOM MIDDLE KINGDOM

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