Searching for Family History in Modern Shanghai
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Searching for Family History in Modern Shanghai

The Washington Post's Maureen Fan went to homes designed by her grandfather, architect Fan Wenzhao, or Robert Fan, who left Shanghai when the Communists took over in 1949. Video by and photos by Maureen Fan/The Washington Post, Edited by Francine Uenuma/washingtonpost.com

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