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Inseparable, the memoirs of an American and the story of Chinese punk rock By David O'Dell
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David O'Dell was one of the earliest supporters of the Chinese punk rock scene that started taking shape in 1995 in Beijing. The book is a rich and uniquely personal collection of stories, over one... More > hundred previously unreleased photos and translated song lyrics from the earliest Chinese punk bands and the dizzying development of the scene - it is unlike anything you have ever read, or ever will read, about China.< Less
Inseparable, the memoirs of an American and the story of Chinese punk rock By David O'Dell
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David O'Dell was one of the earliest supporters of the Chinese punk rock scene that started taking shape in 1995 in Beijing. The book is a rich and uniquely personal collection of stories, over one... More > hundred previously unreleased photos and translated song lyrics from the earliest Chinese punk bands and the dizzying development of the scene - it is unlike anything you have ever read, or ever will read, about China.< Less
China's Holy Hikes By Jacob Lotinga
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While China counted down to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, university English teacher Jacob Lotinga embarked on a journey of discovery by hiking China's holy mountains - some Buddhist, some Taoist. ... More > Fancy chatting with Buddhist and Taoist monks and nuns, rubbing shoulders with pilgrims and porters, or drinking cool water from a bowl in a peak-top temple guesthouse while humming Cui Jian's 'Fake Monk'? China's Holy Hikes offers readers eight irresistible and illuminating holy mountain sketches, vanishing into the mist and cloud of five Taoist and three Buddhist peaks and meeting a host of interesting characters along the way. It also offers a glimpse of different regions, covers some social issues and provides insight into the psychology of one hiker. Author Jacob Lotinga has taught English at four mainland Chinese universities and has also worked in South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong.< Less
China's Holy Hikes By Jacob Lotinga
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While China counted down to the 2008 Beijing Olympics, university English teacher Jacob Lotinga embarked on a journey of discovery by hiking China's holy mountains - some Buddhist, some Taoist. ... More > Fancy chatting with Buddhist and Taoist monks and nuns, rubbing shoulders with pilgrims and porters, or drinking cool water from a bowl in a peak-top temple guesthouse while humming Cui Jian's 'Fake Monk'? China's Holy Hikes offers readers eight irresistible and illuminating holy mountain sketches, vanishing into the mist and cloud of five Taoist and three Buddhist peaks and meeting a host of interesting characters along the way. It also offers a glimpse of different regions, covers some social issues and provides insight into the psychology of one hiker. Author Jacob Lotinga has taught English at four mainland Chinese universities and has also worked in South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong.< Less