2 edition of Family chronicles of Machatties in China found in the catalog.
Family chronicles of Machatties in China
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M any challenges await the Western businessperson in China, but one factor that may escape immediate notice is the significance of the Chinese family. While family in China is primarily a social issue, its centrality within Chinese everyday life, as well as the changes and pressures forced upon it by the rapid rise of the Chinese economy, often create an inescapable impact on businesses in China. Books shelved as china-related: River Town: Two Years on the Yangtze by Peter Hessler, Wild Swans: Three Daughters of China by Jung Chang, Age of Ambitio Missing: Machatties.
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The Family (家, pinyin: Jiā, Wade-Giles: Chia) is a semi-autobiographical novel by Chinese author Ba Jin, the pen-name of Li Feigan ().His most famous novel, it chronicles inter-generational conflict between old ways and progressive aspirations in an upper-class family in the city of Chengdu, a prosperous but provincial city in the fertile Sichuan basin in the early s following Missing: Machatties.
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If there is one book that I would single out as THE seminal Asian American coming of age story, it would be The Great Wall of Lucy Wu. What is unique about this story compared to all others is that the Chinese American family is an assimilated 3rd Missing: Machatties. Peter Hessler, an American journalist, spent many years living in China, first as an English teacher and then as a correspondent for the New Yorker.
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Although it's very written in very simple language, the characters are suprisingly complex/5(). This middle grade story, and winner of the Hans Christian Andersen Award, is set during China's Cultural Revolution and follows a young girl named Sunflower whose life dramatically changes when she leaves the city for a rural life in the countryside and finds friendship with a boy named Bronze and his family.
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