Lulu Wang

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You’re old and you have an incurable disease. Do you want to know about it or live your last days happily unaware?

In 'The Farewell,' hiding a loved one's health and negotiating two cultures

You’re old and you have an incurable disease. Do you want to know about it or live your last days happily unaware?

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