Jan Wong's Red China blues was certainly an enjoyable read.
Jan Wong, Chinese-Canadian journalist, has written a sterling book full of compassion, hard choices, and a great deal of soul-searching.
I thoroughly enjoyed the book and would recommend it to anyone interested in learning more about China and its more recent history.
China is immense, far too dificult to describe in one paragraph! I believe that it is on its way to becomming a great nation, albiet one plagued with many problems. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mark Owen
It is a book. The cover is thicker than the pages. The pages have words. The words are creatively arranged into sentences. I approve.Published 5 months ago by Ian Boyland
Having grown up in Hong Kong during the early 70's, this book has explained a few things. Found myself impatient to get back to read it. Ms. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Barbara S.
The best book I have ever resd about the same subject. The book is very easy to read, humorous, clear and animated... I truly enjoyed very much~Published 14 months ago by JChang
This book contains a detailed description, from a first person point of view, of the tremendous changes that occurred in China from 1972 to 1996, starting with the great move... Read morePublished 19 months ago by floridasaint
This memoir of Jan Wong's college days in China is captivating. During a time of great changes in China, she was an adventurous risk-taker who did what she had to do. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Linda Finkel
Jan Wong's honesty and candor infuses this terrific book about growing up in Chinese in Canada and then moving to China and really growing up. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by claudiad3
This is a very interesting story that I really enjoyed reading about a Chinese- Canadian who goes to China at an early age.Published on October 6, 2012 by Susan Henderson
Before I left for the People's Republic of China I wanted to read Red China Blues: My Long March From Mao to Now by Jan Wong. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Craig Rowland