A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia
A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia

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The Bird in the Bamboo Cage: Hazel Gaynor’s novel explores the devastation of a Japanese internment camp

Set in China’s Weihsien internment camp, the real-life aspects of Hazel Gaynor’s war novel may seem far away, but the human fortitude in the face of brutality and deprivation displayed within seems fitting for today’s challenges

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A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia
A building at Weihsien internment camp, where much of Hazel Gaynor’s novel, The Bird in the Bamboo Cage, is set. Photo: Wikipedia
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