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The great walk of China : travels on foot from Shanghai to Tibet

Author: Graham Earnshaw
Publisher: Hong Kong : Blacksmith Booksm, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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What kind of people would you meet if you decided to walk across the world's most populous country? The Great Walk of China is a journey into China's heartland, away from its surging coastal cities. Through surprisingly frank conversations with the people he meets along the way, the Chinese-speaking author paints a portrait of a nation struggling to come to terms with its newfound identity and its place in the world.
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Named Person: Graham Earnshaw
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Graham Earnshaw
ISBN: 9789881900210 9881900212
OCLC Number: 658148840
Description: 341 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Graham Earnshaw.

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What kind of people would you meet if you decided to walk across the world's most populous country? The Great Walk of China is a journey into China's heartland, away from its surging coastal cities. Through surprisingly frank conversations with the people he meets along the way, the Chinese-speaking author paints a portrait of a nation struggling to come to terms with its newfound identity and its place in the world.

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Grab the Wind!

by Tom_Carter (WorldCat user published 2012-01-24) Excellent Permalink

Graham Earnshaw is a true man of the People. His 30-year tenure in China as a journalist, businessman and, most recently, publishing magnate, have made him a permanent fixture in the Shanghai...
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