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Chinese Pictures by Isabella Bird

Chinese Pictures is a loving reproduction of the photograph collection first published by the intrepid traveller Isabella Bird in 1900. The images were all taken...

Interview with Margaret Sun: Betwixt & Between

The autobiography of MARGARET SUN traces intertwining personal events and epochal historical events, the recent history of China, from Shanghai before the Japanese invasion,...

Betwixt and Between By Margaret Sun

This is a unique memoir of modern China, a story of courage, of despair and of hope. Margaret Sun was born in Shanghai in 1935...

Shanghai Daisy By Daisy Kwok

Daisy Kwok’s life spanned old Shanghai and modern Shanghai, old China and “New” China in a way that no other did. This book presents stories...

Portraits of trees of Hong Kong and Southern China

Hong Kong possesses an impressively diverse tree flora with 390 native species. This book celebrates the incredible diversity, beauty and biology of the territory’s tree...

Interview with Daniel Reid, author and expert on Chinese tradition

Daniel Reid is an American author and expert in traditional Chinese medicine and culture. He has written numerous books and articles on various aspects of...

Shots From the Hip by Daniel Reid

This is the long-awaited memoir of Daniel Reid, world-renowned expert on consciousness, holistic medicine and living life to the full. Unbound by convention and driven...

Interview with Clare Kane, author of Dragons in Shallow Waters, the story of a young English woman during the anti-foreign Boxer Rebellion

Amidst the violence of the anti-foreign Boxer Rebellion, Nina Ward, a young China-born Englishwoman finds herself under siege alongside the city’s overseas population. Amazon China-underground: Who...

China’s Millennials: Interview with Eric Fish

China's Millennials challenges the idea that this generation has been pacified by material comfort and nationalism. Eric is currently working on his next book, dedicated...

China’s Millenials: The Want Generation

In 1989, students marched on Tiananmen Square demanding democratic reform. Related: China’s Millennials: Interview with Eric FishThe Communist Party responded with a massacre, but it...

Dragons in Shallow Waters By Clare Kane

Peking, 1900. Amidst the violence and terror of the anti-foreign Boxer Rebellion, a young China-born Englishwoman finds herself under siege alongside the city’s overseas...

Interview with Chen Chen, author and poet

CHEN CHEN born in Xiamen, China, is an American poet grew up in Massachusetts. After graduating from Newton North High School, he received his B.A....

Chinese erotic writer jailed for more than 10 years over gay sex scenes in novel

The writer has stumbled into an old law that condemned writers who had sold more than 5,000 copies to 10 years in prison. According to...

The Murder of Pamela Werner: Interview with Graeme Sheppard

A Death in Peking investigates the cold case of the brutal murder of Pamela Werner in 1937 using primary source material un-examined. Born and raised...

A Death in Peking by Graeme Sheppard

The brutal murder of Pamela Werner in 1937 in pre-communist Peking horrified the foreigners living in the ancient walled capital, and many others besides. The...