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The Glass Palace (book)


The story follows the fortunes -- rubber estates in Malaya, businesses in Singapore, estates in Burma -- which Rajkumar, with his Chinese, British and Burmese relations, friends and associates, builds up -- from 1870 through World War II to the scattering of the extended family to New York and Thailand, London and Hong Kong in the post-war years. [1]