Dinah Lee Küng, D. L. Kung, and...

After twenty years' reporting from Asia for Business Week, the Economist, Washington Post and International Herald Tribune, Dinah Lee Küng traded in her reporter's notebook for family life in the Geneva area. She has published nine novels.


A teacher had four students, an American, a European, an African and a Chinese. He asked them to write an essay on the topic “What is your personal opinion of the world food shortage?” “What is the world?” asked the American student. “What is a shortage?” asked the European. “What is food?” asked the African. Then the Chinese student asked: “What is a personal opinion?”