Story of Ying Ruocheng and his fa. Family He also details his experiences as a niversity student during the heady days when the People's Republic was being founded followed by his subseuent experiences on stage in film and in politics A founding member of the Beijing People's Art Theatre #Ying Ruocheng helped open its doors to Sino American exchange when he brought Arthur Miller to China to #Ruocheng helped open its doors to Sino American exchange when he brought Arthur Miller to China to Death of a Salesman in 1983 playing the role of Willy Loman in his own translation of the play Simultaneously a spy for his own government and a cultural ambassador for the play Simultaneously a spy for his own government and a cultural ambassador for foreigners and fellow countrymen Ying lived out. .
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complete. Voices Carry is the moving autobiography of the late YingVoices Carry is the moving autobiography of the late Ying beloved Chinese stage and screen actor theatre director translator and high ranking politician as vice minister of culture from 1986 1990 One of twentieth century China's most prominent citizens Ying was imprisoned during the Cultural Revolution and devised niue strategies for survival including playing pranks on guards survival including playing pranks on guards and a clandestine notebook Ying's memoir opens with prison years and then flashes back to his boyhood growing p in a prince's palace as a member of a progressive Manchu Catholic intellectual.