A Musical Journey: From the Great Wall of China to the Water Towns of Jiangnan
Most Chinese children in North America grow up knowing little about their cultural heritage. Their parents are faced with the difficult challenge of passing on Chinese culture to them in an English speaking, Western environment. A Musical Journey by Liow Kah Joon is an English language child book which allows the young reader to understand China's multicultural land, people and way of life. It brings together interesting facts, vibrant illustrations and delightful music for a fun and educational experience.
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