Shapiro, Sidney

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SHAPIRO, Sidney

SHAPIRO, Sidney. Also writes as Sha Boli. Chinese (born United States), b. 1915. Genres: History, Biography, Law, International relations/Current affairs, Autobiography/Memoirs, Translations. Career: Shapiro & Shapiro, New York City, law partner, 1939-41; H.D. Rodger, Shanghai, China, law partner, 1947-48; Foreign Languages Press, Beijing, China, literary translator, 1953-80. Became a citizen of the People's Republic of China, 1963. Member of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference 1983-. Publications: An American in China (autobiography), 1980; (ed. and trans) Jews in Old China: Studies by Chinese Scholars, 1984; The Law and the Lore of Chinese Criminal Justice, 1990; (trans.) Nai'an Shi and Guanzhong Luo, Outlaws of the Marsh, 1981; Ma Haide: The Saga of American Doctor George Hatem in China (biography), 1993; (trans.) A Sampler of Chinese Literature from the Ming Dynasty to Mao Zedong, 1996; My China: The Metamorphosis of a Country and a Man (autobiography), 1996; I Chose China; The Metamorphosis of a Country and a Man (autobiography), 1999. Address: 53 Nanguanfang, Beijing 100009, People's Republic of China.