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Having read everything written by Peter Hessler, I turned to his wife Leslie and her perspective on the young girls
who came in from country villages a decade ago, to make... Read more
Very good subject. But more essences could be written in this book.Published 4 months ago by Jim Tso
Very good book. Informative. Stuff evey person needs to know. More than most the USA hasn't a clue. I'm glad they're suggestung we read it!Published 4 months ago by Sue
A chilling account of the gritty reality of factory life in southern China. Cheap labor and alienation for the fashion conscious and materially addicted developed world.Published 6 months ago by Lapu-Lapu
an eye opening reading experience that really shows the reader about a modern day industrial boom is really like.Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
enjoyed the book very much, wish I had read it while living in ChinaPublished 7 months ago by Jill Hudson-Kerr
Great book! Wonderfully written, provides vivid details and testimonies. If you are a fan of Peter Hessler, this book is for you!Published 9 months ago by Matthias Baudinet
Leslie was able to get to know these girls which is a very HUGE effort in China. Almost impossible and I live in China. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Victoria Wreden-Sadeq