“A Geek in China” is the perfect book for anyone who wants to be culturally savvy about China, fast. Think of it as a fun, smart 150-page China 101 course.
This novel explores the clash between two Americans (a deadbeat and an idealist) teaching English in China, and the student who comes between them.
“The Moon in the Palace” by Weina Dai Randel, about the rise of China’s young Empress Wu, truly reads like a Tang Dynasty-era Cinderella story.
Shannon Young just launched her new AMWF romance novel “Ferry Tale: A Hong Kong Love Story”; I’m offering an exclusive $0.99 e-book deal (24 hours only!)
“The Girl Who Wrote in Silk” by Kelli Estes links two women across centuries to a silk embroidered sleeve in a story of love, courage and humanity.
Thanks to Atom Yang’s exceptional writing and sense of humor, Red Envelope is a fun, romantic romp through the most wonderful time of the year for Chinese.
Great gifts for book lovers, including memoirs echoing “Eat, Pray, Love”, sizzling romances, nonfiction on Chinese culture/history, and fun expat comics.
Through 12 viewpoints, South China Morning Blues takes readers on a tour of the underside of the expat scene in China. It’s a fresh take on modern China.
“The Good Shufu” by Tracy Slater is a heartfelt story about love & life abroad that proves sometimes those unexpected detours lead us to incredible joy.
Interview with Yuta Aoki on “There’s Something I Want to Tell You: True Stories of Mixed Dating in Japan”
Yuta Aoki’s new book shares the stories of 15 different people spanning 8 nationalities who dated Japanese locals, and explores the cultural dynamics.