Xinran shares fascinating true stories of the impact of the single-child policy on whole generations of Chinese young people today
An extraordinarily powerful follow-up to her bestselling The Good Women of China - heartbreaking, shocking stories, including Xinran's own experience, of Chinese mothers who have lost or had to abandon their daughters and are still searching...
This magnificent and groundbreaking work of oral history gives voice to a forgotten generation and reveals the secret history of 20th-century China.
Tapping into people's fascination with what is going on in modern China, Xinran (author of the bestselling The Good Women of China) has written a delightfully warm and fascinating tale of three peasant girls trying to get to grips with life in the big city.
Xinran's popular Guardian columns collected together for the first time
An epic story of Tibet from the author of The Good Women of China 'An epic of love, loss and wisdom - almost unbearably sad but ultimately uplifting' Mail on Sunday
'When I finished reading-I felt my soul had been altered' Amy Tan