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New Opera Immortalizes Tragedy of Chinese-American Soldieri
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Zlatica Hoke
June 05, 2014 9:57 PM
In October of 2011, a Chinese-American soldier serving in Afghanistan was found shot dead in an apparent suicide after weeks of abuse by his fellow servicemen. An investigation showed that 19-year-old Danny Chen had been the subject of racial slurs and abusive treatment, including excessive guard duty and torturous exercises, accompanied by beating and taunting by other soldiers. The tragedy of the young man is the subject of a new opera titled An American Soldier Zlatica Hoke attended a rehearsal and has this preview.

New Opera Immortalizes Tragedy of Chinese-American Soldier

Zlatica Hoke

Published June 05, 2014

In October of 2011, a Chinese-American soldier serving in Afghanistan was found shot dead in an apparent suicide after weeks of abuse by his fellow servicemen. An investigation showed that 19-year-old Danny Chen had been the subject of racial slurs and abusive treatment, including excessive guard duty and torturous exercises, accompanied by beating and taunting by other soldiers. The tragedy of the young man is the subject of a new opera titled An American Soldier Zlatica Hoke attended a rehearsal and has this preview.


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