BEIJING — As a child, China was the last place Alexander Wang wanted to be.
Uprooted from his San Francisco home at the age of 12, when his Taiwanese-American mother moved to Shanghai, the budding fashion designer spent a year in China’s financial capital — and hated it, rejecting an exclusive private school there to return to boarding school in the U.S. the following year.
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