Now I Can Tell
The Story of a Christian Bishop Under Communist Persecution
Quentin Kuei Yuan Huang
THE STRANGE AND TERRIFYING STORY OF THE FIRST BISHOP TO BE IMPRISONED BY THE CHINESE COMMUNISTS
During World War II, Bishop Huang was known as “Bishop of the Burma Road,” owing to that vital supply line ending in his diocese. After the war, he was taken prisoner for 79 days by Communists who overran his diocese. This fascinating book, first published in 1954, describes Bishop Huang’s escape over 800 miles of hostile territory, and his subsequent trip to the United States.