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Armed with a Chinese drivers’ license, “New Yorker” journalist Peter Hessler takes road trips across China. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Charles Bookman
great insight about common happenings. we need to understand this culture.Published 1 month ago by Lou
My relationship with China is not straightforward. There’s great pride latent in my parents’ attitude towards their home country - their zuguo - and some of it has trickled down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jimmy Zhang
I already had a copy and this was a gift . I thought . It is three trip stories and very informative .Published 2 months ago by Mark H. Pierson
A warm, revealing look at rural Chinese through the experiences of this author, who lived and traveled China for five years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by D. McDonald
An excellent insider's account with subtlety and sufficient objectivity.Published 4 months ago by Koushik Chakrabarty
I will be touring China next month and wanted to be better informed about the transformation I knew was happening there -- transformations in culture, economy, urbanization. Read morePublished 5 months ago by ebuyerri