Beijing Spring 1989: An Outsider's Inside Account
A unique book on the 1989 Chinese student movement, conveyed from the perspective of an American exchange student in Beijing. Written with insight, sensitivity, & wit, this first-hand account fills a distinct niche in the Tiananmen literature. Enables the reader to experience the passion of the movement from its inception to its shocking climax. A must for the serious student of Asian affairs as well as for the well-informed general reader. Includes 40 heretofore unpublished photographs.
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