Two Trees Make a Forest

Two Trees Make a Forest charts Jessica J. Lee’s ardent quest to discover and reconcile her family’s past with her need to claim an ancestral home in Taiwan.

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Like the sequoias of the U.S. Pacific Northwest, red and yellow cedars in Taiwan are so huge that just two of them, writes environmental historian Jessica J. Lee, can look and feel like a whole forest. She finds them as she hikes through the mountainous spine of the country where her beloved grandfather Gong was…

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