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  • Tags: Fiction

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"Willis Wu doesn’t perceive himself as the protagonist in his own life: he’s merely Generic Asian Man. Sometimes he gets to be Background Oriental Making a Weird Face or even Disgraced Son, but always he is relegated to a prop. Yet every day, he…

Position: 480 (117 views)


"It is valuable as a literature reading with proficient narrative skills. The good plot of story with well described historical background reflects the suffering of people during different historical periods and their humanities." This book has won…

Position: 56 (259 views)

The Three-Body Problem

"With the scope of Dune and the commercial action of Independence Day, this near-future trilogy is the first chance for English-speaking readers to experience this multiple-award-winning phenomenon from China's most beloved science fiction author.…

Position: 392 (180 views)


"In his gripping debut novel, Mai Jia reveals the mysterious world of Unit 701, a top-secret Chinese intelligence agency whose sole purpose is counterespionage and code breaking. Rong Jinzhen, an autistic math genius with a past shrouded in myth, is…

Position: 380 (183 views)

Two Sons of China

"Two Sons of China is a sweeping epic of the Second World War in China—a theater of that conflict that many consider 'forgotten'. The story centers on an unlikely friendship that forms between two soldiers, one an American, the other a Chinese…

Position: 407 (177 views)

Escape to Gold Mountain: A Graphic History of the Chinese in North America

This book has won the 2013 CALA Best Book Award (Categroy: Fiction).

Position: 311 (194 views)

A Thread of Sky

This book has won the 2010 CALA Best Book Award (Categroy: Fiction).

Position: 392 (180 views)

Writer as Migrant

This book has won the 2009 CALA Best Book Award (Categroy: Non-Fiction).

Position: 426 (173 views)

Steer Toward Rock

This book has won the 2009 CALA Best Book Award (Categroy: Fiction).

Position: 265 (203 views)

God of Luck

This book has won the 2008 CALA Best Book Award (Categroy: Fiction).

Position: 392 (180 views)