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BROKEN DRAGONS
CRIME AND CORRUPTION IN TODAY'S CHINA
BRUCE DALBRACK

INKSTONE BOOKS (OCT 2004)
PAPERBACK
Prod. # 9789628674039
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China in the early 21st century is the world's fastest-growing economy, offering business and cultural opportunities unparalleled in modern history. Yet the glamour of pristine skyscrapers and the glitz of the newly rich and famous hides an uglier reality, one where the ethics of revolution have been forgotten, only money secures justice, officials often tolerate inhumane living and working conditions and countless lives are ruined ... In these fictionalised accounts of actual events and people, Bruce Dalbrack unveils the darker side of the Chinese economic miracle, and the important messages this holds for the future.

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Modern Ink: The Art of Xugu
Chen Siyuan, Craig L. Yee, Jung Ying Tsao Britta Erickson (ed), J. May Lee Barrett (ed)
    

Not all painters start out that way. Xugu (1823-1896), also known as Zhu Xubai and Huairen, was first an army officer before becoming a Buddhist monk of the ancient Chan (Zen) sect inspired by Taoism.

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