Shi Yong Wei
Shi Yong Wei grew up on the campus of Qinghua University until the age of nineteen, when he left to obtain a B.S. in architecture from the South China University of Technology in Guangzhou before coming to the U.S. He later opened two gift shops in Manhattan before being framed under false evidence by a cabal of his business competitors. After a sham trial, he was convicted of extortion and assault, and given a nearly twenty-year prison sentence. His parents were both prominent professors at Qinghua University, and he brings a broad range of knowledge in business, sales, science, and U.S. and Chinese philosophy and culture to this undertaking.
Alexander Otis Matthews grew up between Washington, DC and his father's family farm in Farmville, Virginia. He received a B.A. in psychology from North Carolina State University and an M.A. in clinical and community psychology from the University of the District of Columbia. He is the author of "My-America: A Memoir On Justice And Race In The U.S. Federal Legal System " and "Of What Race Were The Ancient Egyptians: A Brief Guide To Correcting The Modern Falsification Of Ancient History..." He comes from a family of educators in Washington, DC, and applies an extensive background in psychology, U.S. history and race relations, and federal law to this project.
The Son Of Qinghua
by Shi Yong Wei & Alexander Otis Matthews
This book is a collaboration between Shi Yong Wei and Alexander Otis Matthews examining Mr. Shi's early life in China and the U.S. and his wrongful conviction by the U.S. legal system. An instant classic of the Chinese-American experience, the book is a must read for people interested in issues facing Chinese-Americans in the U.S., especially Chinese scientists and intellectuals.
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