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The Road to Sleeping Dragon, Learning China from the Ground Up

Michael Meyer
Travel Narrative

In this travel narrative, Meyer recalls his first days in China, in the tiny town in Sichuan and all over the giant nation. Describing his intial, faltering steps among the working class, he brings a cast of resilient and fascinating characters to life. Meyer meets his future wife in Manchuria, explores the world's largest panda preserve and remote Tibet and even finds time to teach school children about the lyrics of The Beatles. This book completes Meyer's China trilogy, preceded by The Last Day of Old Beijing (CHN493) and In Manchuria (CHN780).

ISBN: 9781632869357
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