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"Read Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang's novel The Woman Who Lost China​. Wonderful story telling that captures the humanity of China's century since 1894."—Stephen Morgan, Economic & business historian of China and Dean of Social Sciences UNNC  Grab your copy: Amazon.com: http://tinyurl.com/od3ntb2 Amazon.co.uk: http://tinyurl.com/q5xeucz

So it was with great delight that I recently read Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang’s epic novel, The Woman Who Lost China (Open Books,…

South China Morning Blues by ray hecht

South China Morning Blues by ray hecht

March 26, 1927 - Chiang Kai-shek captures Shanghai

Chiang Kai-shek(蔣中正)Chiang Kai-shek (October 1887 – April was a Chinese political and military leader who served as the leader of the Republic of China between 1928 and

The Transformation of Nature in Art by Ananda Coomaraswamy.

Have read bits and pieces from this book -- relevant to what I was working on --- i should read it from page 1 - to last page one of these days---.

THE EXAMINATION CELLS in BEIJING -- the ones in Canton appear in The Woman Who Lost China.

THE EXAMINATION CELLS in BEIJING -- the ones in Canton appear in The Woman Who Lost China.

Refugees of the Chinese Civil War boarding a ship. Photograph by Jack Birns. Shanghai, China, May 1949.

Refugees of the Chinese Civil War boarding a ship. Photograph by Jack Birns. Shanghai, China, May

13 Historical Fiction Books About Civil War Era Women - Looking for your next historical fiction read? Check out these 13 books about women in the Civil War.

13 Civil War-era historical fiction novels showcasing women who are heroines in their own right, through strength, compassion, determination, and sacrifice.

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