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Political Science - World - Asian
Author: Karen Cheung | Narrator: Karen Cheung
Release Date: February 15, 2022
A boldly rendered—and deeply intimate—account of Hong Kong today, from a resilient young woman whose stories explore what it means to survive in a city teeming with broken promises. “Hums with the thrill of being lost in this massiv...
Author: Megan Walsh | Narrator: Nancy Wu
Release Date: February 08, 2022
What does contemporary China's diverse and exciting fiction tell us about its culture, and the relationship between art and politics?The Subplot takes us on a lively journey through a literary landscape like you’ve never seen before: a vast mig...
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Author: Joshua Wong | Narrator: Dexter Galang
Release Date: February 18, 2020
An urgent manifesto for global democracy from Joshua Wong, the 23-year-old phenomenon leading Hong Kong's protests - and Nobel Peace Prize nominee - with an introduction by Ai WeiweiWith global democracy under threat, we must act together to defend o...
Author: Jeffrey Wasserstrom | Narrator: P.J. Ochlan
Release Date: February 11, 2020
What can the massive protests that have roiled Hong Kong and the harsh repressive moves made against activists tell us about where this special metropolis is heading? And about how a resurgent China under strongman rule is challenging and reshaping t...
Author: Howard W. French | Narrator: Nicholas Hormann
Release Date: March 14, 2017
From the former New York Times Asia correspondent and author of China's Second Continent, an incisive investigation of China's ideological development as it becomes an ever more aggressive player in regional and global diplomacy. For many years after...
Author: Max Hastings | Narrator: Simon Vance
Release Date: March 18, 2008
In his critically acclaimed Armageddon, Hastings detailed the last twelve months of the struggle for Germany. Here, in what can be considered a companion volume, he covers the horrific story of the war against Japan.By the summer of 1944 it was clear...