A young woman's epic journey of survival from China to George Town


In an opulent tomb spanning 9m (30-feet) high, the vaulted ceiling is painted in sky blue.

From a rich man’s mausoleum in 20th century China to a starkly different blue dwelling on Campbell Street in Penang, the story of a resilient, young girl is woven through the pages of the newly released novel Blue Sky Mansion.

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