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The Woman Who Lost China by Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang
"The new, must read China book. Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang knows China and writes with insight and passion."—Daria Berg, Professor of Chinese Culture and Society, University of St. Gallen, Switzerland

"Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang's novel is both impeccably researched and beautifully written, demonstrating her unique gift for bringing normally inaccessible periods of Chinese history to a Western audience. The rich and descriptive language of The Woman Who Lost China paints a vivid picture of life in civil war-stricken mainland China and Hong Kong through an original tale of love, war and revenge. A must-read for the modern China historian and a thoroughly enjoyable story with an unexpected twist for China fiction enthusiasts."—The China Scholar

The Woman Who Lost China was included in Rana Mitter's list of must read books about China in his article "Flights of the imagination: Rana Mitter on books about China" in The Telegraph. 
Read the article here.

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