Long Yingtai traveled all over China and the world, and looked in her own home, to collect the stories of the people who survived the bloody Chinese civil war These are the untold stories of 1949, the year China was decidedly cut in two....
|Title||:||Da Jiang Da Hai (Chinese Edition)|
|Publisher||:||Tian Xia Za Zhi Tsai Fong Books August 1, 2009|
|Number of Pages||:||320 pages|
|File Size||:||583 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Da Jiang Da Hai (Chinese Edition) Reviews
thanks for offering this book and accepting orders from China.
Great stories. This can be the life achievement, but the author didn't do enough work to dig into details. As one of the first, it is still a good book to read, though it is sad that it didn't get itself into the greatest list.
received what I ordered on time! good quality!
This Chinese book is a bit worn, but still acceptable, however, it is the book that I need. Good deal.
Oh, my god. This book is so emotional and strong. Simple narration but such strong and powerful stories through interviews with people who lived through the wars. I was in tears each time I turned a page. It was that good.
I have several books by the same author. This is a book I particularly felt disappointed. The stories in the book may be touching; however, the structures and layout are confusing in the years and the timing of each incident.
As soon as I ticked the "One Star" rating on this book, Amazon's system suddenly popped up these three words : "I hate it !"