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Don't let the 2006 copyright stop you, this is a very relevant and incisive book on China. As I've mentioned in another review, writing books about China has become somewhat of a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by TopCat19
This is a great book about China and it's impact on the rest of the world - both positive and negative. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Baraniecki Mark Stuart
I found this book extremely interesting, well-written, and comprehensive in its sweeping treatment of the extraordinary rise of China's economy and how that affects--for good and... Read morePublished 11 months ago by J. Rothwell
Reads like good fiction and left this reader nervous. Hard to imagine that what Kynge observes about China doesn't presage a grim future.Published 15 months ago by A. T. Kahl
James Kynge was the China bureau chief of the Financial Times until 2005. He first visited China in 1982 and is fluent in Mandarin. I found this a fascinating book. Read morePublished 15 months ago by David Lindsay
James Kynge provides an intriguing view on the origin and dynamics of the recent economic developments in modern China. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Michel Robeers
I don't really remember this book, but I had to get it for one of my classes. I am sure I learned a lot from the book, but don't remember.Published 19 months ago by JB