Bruce Edward Hall
April 14, 1954 - October 31, 2003 NY Sun Obituary
October 29, 2005, Burial Service, Eulogy by Herbert Hall
March 27, 2010, Memorial Service for Herbert Hall
Henry and the Kite Dragon wins
Bruce Edward Hall is a freelance writer and fourth-generation Chinese-American. He is the author of Tea That Burns: A Family Memoir of Chinatown and Diamond Street: The Story of the Little Town with the Big Red Light District. His articles have appeared in The New York Times, New York magazine and American Heritage. He lives in New York City.
Sailing in Central Park with Bruce (by Andy Padre)
I Thought My Father Was God; and Other True Tales from NPR's National Story Project, $1,380 Per Night, Double Occupancy
Tea That Burns : A Family Memoir of Chinatown - The history of New York City's Chinatown, as told by a fourth-generation Chinese-American
Diamond Street: The Story of the Little Town with the Big Red Light District - The true story of small-town prostitution and institutionalized vice. Two books on fascinating aspects of New York State history.
American Heritage A Walk Through Chinatown with My Great Grandfather
TimeOut The Forbidden CityAlso by Bruce Edward Hall