“This fascinating book, an updated edition of Paul Dong’s ground-breaking 1984 work, The Four Major Mysteries of Mainland China, uncovers the historical origins behind China’s most incredible unsolved mysteries. Dong provides a first-hand report, detailing the main areas of scientific research-as well as skepticism-since China’s “”opening up”” to the West.”
China’s Major Mysteries
Table of Contents
- 1 China’s Major Mysteries
- 1.0.1 Subscribe to China Underground and get Planet China
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- 1.0.3 Chinese Pictures by Isabella Bird
- 1.0.4 Interview with Margaret Sun: Betwixt & Between
- 1.0.5 Betwixt and Between By Margaret Sun
- 1.0.6 Shanghai Daisy By Daisy Kwok
- 1.0.7 Portraits of trees of Hong Kong and Southern China
- 1.0.8 Interview with Daniel Reid, author and expert on Chinese tradition
- 1.0.9 Chinese Pictures by Isabella Bird
- 1.0.10 Interview with Margaret Sun: Betwixt & Between
- 1.0.11 Betwixt and Between By Margaret Sun
- 1.0.12 Interview with Isaac Cheng, vice-chairman of Demosistō: the Hong Kong government...
- 1.0.13 To understand is difficult; to act is easy. Sun Yat-sen
- 1.0.14 A journey of a thousand miles starts with a single step....
- 1.0.15 A frog in a well cannot conceive of the ocean. Zhuangzi
Isaac Cheng is the vice-chairman of Demosistō, currently a year three student in Sociology at Shue Yan University. He was inspired by the protests against...