The Woman Who Lost China

Images of China and personal pictures from Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, author of the upcoming historical novel THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA. http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html
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This is a good one! Nixon meets Mao.

President Richard Nixon meets with China's Communist Party Leader, Mao Tse- Tung,

Nationalist Officer awaiting evacuation as the Communists advance. China 1949.

Complete with spats and umbrellas, a Kuomintang officer awaits his departure from the station just before the final collapse of Nationalist control of the city.

Chiang and Sun Yat-sen 1924

Chiang Kaï-chek et Sun Yat-sen 1924

The Chiangs and General Stillwell.

The Chiangs and General Stillwell.

The Woman Who Lost China by Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang was published one year ago today! Visit the author’s blog www.rhiannonjenkinstsang.com/news from 8 June - 14 June for special anniversary posts PLUS order the novel (paperback or eBook) at a reduced price.

The Woman Who Lost China by Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang was published one year ago today! Visit the author’s blog www.rhiannonjenkinstsang.com/news from 8 June - 14 June for special anniversary posts PLUS order the novel (paperback or eBook) at a reduced price.

Chiang Kaishek and Eisenhower.

Chiang Kaishek and Eisenhower.

THE EXAMINATION CELLS in BEIJING -- the ones in Canton appear in The Woman Who Lost China.

THE EXAMINATION CELLS in BEIJING -- the ones in Canton appear in The Woman Who Lost China.

Japanese capture the Marco Polo Bridge

Japanese troops at Lugou Bridge near Beijing, China, July The Lugou Bridge Incident, also known as the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, is often used to mark the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War.

THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA included in Rana Mitter's Daily Telegraph article "Literary Guide to China". Read the article at http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/books/10162707/Literary-guide-to-China.html

Flights of the imagination: Rana Mitter on books about China

Literary guide to China. More suggestions for armchair travel reading.

Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang with copies of her just published historical fiction novel THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA. Learn more about the book at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html

Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang with copies of her just published historical fiction novel THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA. Learn more about the book at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html

13 October from 7:30-9:00 pm join Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, Karen Ma and Will Buckingham at Nottingham Writers’ Studio for WRITING CHINA Nottingham Festival of Words 2014. Learn more about the event and Rhiannon's novel The Woman Who Lost China at http://rhiannonjenkinstsang.com/writing-china-nottingham-festival-of-words-2014/

13 October from 7:30-9:00 pm join Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, Karen Ma and Will Buckingham at Nottingham Writers’ Studio for WRITING CHINA Nottingham Festival of Words 2014. Learn more about the event and Rhiannon's novel The Woman Who Lost China at http://rhiannonjenkinstsang.com/writing-china-nottingham-festival-of-words-2014/

Author Susan Blumberg-Kason selects Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang's The Woman Who Lost China as her book of the week. http://www.susanbkason.com/2014/02/03/book-of-the-week-the-woman-who-lost-china/#.UvClt7R8eZH

So it was with great delight that I recently read Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang’s epic novel, The Woman Who Lost China (Open Books,…

Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, author of THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA, gave a guest lecture at the School for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham, on the 15th of October. Learn more about the novel at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html

Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang, author of THE WOMAN WHO LOST CHINA, gave a guest lecture at the School for Contemporary Chinese Studies, University of Nottingham, on the 15th of October. Learn more about the novel at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html

Rana Mitter includes The Woman Who Lost China by Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang in his 6 July Daily Telegraph ten book literary tour of the country alongside Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan’s Red Sorghum, Lu Xun’s KongYiji and Mao Dun’s Midnight.  Learn more about about the book at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html  Read the The Telegraph article (subscription required): http://dailytelegraph.newspaperdirect.com/screenprint/viewer.aspx

Rana Mitter includes The Woman Who Lost China by Rhiannon Jenkins Tsang in his 6 July Daily Telegraph ten book literary tour of the country alongside Nobel Prize winner Mo Yan’s Red Sorghum, Lu Xun’s KongYiji and Mao Dun’s Midnight. Learn more about about the book at http://www.open-bks.com/library/moderns/the-woman-who-lost-china/about-book.html Read the The Telegraph article (subscription required): http://dailytelegraph.newspaperdirect.com/screenprint/viewer.aspx

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