Our top five picks for books set in China. Spanning from imperialism to communist rule and into the modern day, all five illustrate the dynamism of this Asiatic culture from the view point of both fictional and non-fictional stand-points.
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From entrancing Chinese folklore to the importance of tradition in a world obsessed with western culture, these novels are our favourite tales set in Asia.
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Salman Rushdie decided to take control of his award winning novel Midnight's Children, and not only wrote the screenplay for, but also executive produced the film version of his 1981 Booker winner. Not content with just that, Rushdee is [...]