Tuesday, 8 December 2015

This week in Asian Review of Books

See the Asian Review of Books for ever-interesting discussion. Here are links to its newest reviews, excerpts, letters, essays, listings, translations, news items, and round ups:


Shadow Cold War: The Sino-Soviet Competition for the Third World by Jeremy Friedman reviewed by Francis P Sempa
Asian books among the Economist’s best of the year, and ARB reviews 
Staging Corruption: Chinese Television and Politics by Ruoyun Bai reviewed by Coraline Goron
Outside reading: links to essays and articles on translations, children’s books, China, North Korea, Philippines 
The Great Wall in 50 Objects by William Lindesay reviewed by Peter Gordon
Frontiers Reimagined. Art that Connects Us: 44 Artists, 25 Countries by Sundaram Tagore and Marius Kwint (curators) reviewed by Juan Jose Morales

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