Main Program: Jung Chang: Writing Modern China



 
29 Oct 2017 09:00 - 10:00
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NEKA. Jl. Raya Sanggingan (Google Maps)
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Jung Chang’s seminal Wild Swans is considered to be the most widely read book on China, ever. A scholar and historian, she has returned to her place of birth as a source of interest and inspiration, although her work remains banned there. She takes the UWRF stage to share her ongoing fascination with China’s modern history.

Karya buku seminal Jung Channg yang berjudul Wild Swans dianggap sebagai buku yang paling banyak dibaca di Cina. Sebagai seorang sarjana dan sejarawan, Ia telah kembali ke tempat kelahirannya sebagai sumber ketertarikan dan inspirasi, meski karyanya tetap dilarang di sana. Ia mengambil panggung UWRF untuk berbagi ketertarikannya yang terus berlanjut dengan sejarah modern Cina.

Featuring

Jung Chang

Jung Chang is the bestselling author of family autobiography Wild Swans and Mao: The Unknown Story (with Jon Halliday). Her most recent book is Empress Dowager Cixi: The Concubine Who …


Rosemary Sayer

Rosemary Sayer is a writer, business communications consultant and former journalist. Her third book More to the Story – conversations with refugees was published in 2015. She has previously written …



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