Views of contemporary Chinese society and culture by modern writers by jmcgough []
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疯狂的海洛因 /
Feng kuang di hai luo yin

by Yin Liu;

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Views of contemporary Chinese society and culture by modern writers   (2011-05-05)


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by jmcgough

This is a collection of ten pieces by contemporary writers on various aspects of modern Chinese society and culture. They include 1. "The scramble for jobs" by Hu Ping; 2. "The customer's lament" by Chang Jiang; 3. "The private lives of the Chinese people" by Zhang Shili; 4. "The adventures of a beggar band"; 5. "Extravagant feasts in China" by Deng Chenxi; 6. "A universal complaint" by Jiang Huilin; 7. "A general perspective on China's household registration system" by Ren Xianlang et al; 8. "The madness of heroin" by Hu Zhanbei; 9. "An investigation into the problem of suicide among females" by Wang Lingshu; and 10. "The troubles with names" by Liu Yida.

A copy of this book is held in the Governor Gary Locke Library, Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, Seattle, Washington State, USA.

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