The Repatriation of Henry Chin is the first novel by Isaac Ho about a dystopian world where US-China relations are so strained that the US has placed all Chinese and Chinese-Americans into repatriation camps for their own good. Henry Chin, the protagonist, manages to escape with his daughter until US government agents recapture them and brand both as terrorists.
Deja Vu.
You can get it on Amazon or find it at your local bookstore!

The Repatriation of Henry Chin is the first novel by Isaac Ho about a dystopian world where US-China relations are so strained that the US has placed all Chinese and Chinese-Americans into repatriation camps for their own good. Henry Chin, the protagonist, manages to escape with his daughter until US government agents recapture them and brand both as terrorists.

Deja Vu.

You can get it on Amazon or find it at your local bookstore!

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