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China Sings to Me: A Journey into the Middle Kingdom and Myself - cover

China Sings to Me: A Journey into the Middle Kingdom and Myself

Andrew Singer

Publisher: Andrew Singer

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China Sings to Me: A Journey into the Middle Kingdom and Myself  is a coming-of-age memoir about the power of finding your true self in a foreign land. If you like Chinese culture, journeys of self-discovery, and on-the-ground accounts of historical change, then you'll love Andrew Singer's Asian adventure.

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