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Both fascinating and disturbing, the author deserves credit for the breadth and scope of his work.
I would recommend this book to anyone who is interested in the global politics, global environmental issues, and a growing superpower.
I have read a lot about the Chinese economy and this book provides a great overview of the current issues China faces.
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Journalist describes travels to all areas of China and the damage to the environment to both people and nature by... Read more
I have read a lot about the Chinese economy and this book provides a great overview of the current issues China faces. Well worth a read.Published 16 months ago by Azman
Definately for the person with an interest in China and it's impact on our environment.Leaves you with the impression that the damage has been done.Published 20 months ago by Lady L
I bought it for my college writing seminar. This book is new and the delivery is fast. I think it's a great book regarding its content and topics. highly recommended.Published 23 months ago by lclc1993
Great book. Very thorough. Disturbing stories from all over China about the environmental disasters that are occuring in much of the country. Read morePublished on August 12, 2012 by Matt
This book, layered in great detail, brilliantly covers the many environmental harms practiced throughout China at great expense to human health and life, the land, water resources,... Read morePublished on May 5, 2012 by Sandy Maguire
Maybe it was an expression just in my family to mean that something's absurdly unrelated--but as a kid, I used to hear "What's THAT got to do with the tea in China? Read morePublished on February 10, 2012 by Sophie
This is an excellently researched, very sobering book. The glimpse of hope and optimism in the title finds no confirmation whatsoever in the book -- which is fine, I did not need a... Read morePublished on November 1, 2011 by Yellow_Magic_Marker
The author has opted for quantity over quality. After a promising start, it's chapter after chapter of depressing repetition. Read morePublished on September 20, 2011 by Markus Seitz