“Crying in H Mart” tells the story of a lone Asian-American girl growing up in Eugene, Oregon, where she struggled with her mother’s high expectations of her and treasured the time spent in her grandmother’s tiny Seoul apartment. After moving to college on the east coast, Michelle found work in the restaurant industry, performed gigs with a band and met her husband-to-be. When her mother was diagnosed with terminal pancreatic cancer, Michelle was forced to reckon with her Korean identity and started to reclaim the taste, language, and history with which her mother endowed her.


Cover: Hardback
ISBN: 9781529033779
No. of Pages: 256
Dimensions: 145 × 25 × 22 mm
Published by Pan MacMillan


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