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10

Mar
2011

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Write a review of “My Two Chinas” and win a copy of “Tower Stories”

On 10, Mar 2011 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

What a pleasant suprise!

Today I stopped into the Union Square Barnes and Noble here in good old NYC.

And what to my wandering eyes did appear? Copies of “My Two Chinas” stacked neatly on the New Non-fiction table, mere steps from the front door.

 

Why does this excite me? Because sales in the book biz and real estate share the same credo: location, location, location.

Of course reviews, reviews, reviews never hurt. And so…ahem…

I’ll send a copy of my first book, “Tower Stories: An Oral History of 9/11” to the first FIVE people who review “My Two Chinas.”  

Here’s all you have to do:

 

  • Purchase “My Two Chinas” and read it. 
  • Write a review – whatever your honest opinion is.
  • Post the review on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble.com, and…
  • Send a copy of the review to MyTwoChinas@gmail.com.

Please keep in mind:

 

  • Sorry, I can only mail books to addresses within the U.S.
  • U.S. P.O. boxes are fine.
  • When you send a copy of your review to MyTwoChinas@gmail.com, make sure your return e-mail address is valid. 

I’ll notify the first five people who send their reviews and ask for the address you want your book sent to. It’s that simple!

Have a good read!

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About “My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” with Baiqiao Tang

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

Visit us on Facebook, Click here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

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About Tower Stories: An Oral History of 9/11

 

“The only widely available oral history of 9/11 from the perspective of New Yorkers, this monumental work (originally released by Revolution in 2004) has been updated for the sixth anniversary of the national tragedy. In the weeks following the World Trade Center attack, DiMarco, in the tradition of Studs Terkel, wandered Manhattan collecting the stories of Gothamites who survived the collapse of the towers, came to help or simply bore witness-whether from elsewhere in the city, across the country or overseas . . . DiMarco’s contribution to the memory of that horrific day is enormous; the testimonies collected here form an amazing, one-of-a-kind account.” 

          STAR REVIEW from Publisher’s Weekly 

“. . .unique, a multitude of firsthand experiences preserved as few other 9/11 books have done. This second edition is expanded with many more photographs and with updates about a number of the witnesses interviewed. Recommended for all public and undergraduate libraries.” 

          Margaret Heilbrun for Library Journal 

“While the events of that day were tragic, inspirational reading experience. Most people experienced the terrorist attacks from a safe distance. Like me, many witnessed the events unfold on television. This book not only puts human faces with the events but also gives a glimpse into the rich culture of New Yorkers. While many of the contributors are obviously still struggling to come to grips with the events of that day, they are survivors, and for that reason, they have earned my admiration. Their stories need to be told and preserved as part of the historical record, and DiMarco does this in a compelling fashion.” 

          Journal of Folklore Research 

“I hope this book remains in print for a very long time to come, because everyone should read it. Our children should read it. With regard to 9/11, we-as a people-cannot allow a myth to take root. We must ground ourselves in our pain if we have any hope of moving forward. And move forward we must.” 

          Thomas Kean, Chairman, 9/11 Commission (From the Foreword of Tower Stories) 

“This book defends the understanding, as also the horror, of that day. We are indebted to Mr. DiMarco for the effort and for the editorial acuity.” 

          William F. Buckley, Jr. 

 

 

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08

Mar
2011

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Spanish newspaper “El Mundo” runs important article on “My Two Chinas”

On 08, Mar 2011 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

My co-author, Baiqiao Tang, was recently interviewed in “El Mundo,” the second largest newspaper in Spain and a very influential paper for European politics. Baiqiao talks about the new Jasmine Movement, which has begun to usher the current Middle Eastern struggle for democracy into China.

For the actual article in Spanish, click here.

For an English translation, click here.

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My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com. For advanced orders, click here.  

Barnes and Noble? Click here.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

To visit us on Facebook, Click here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

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01

Mar
2011

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Library Journal recommends “My Two Chinas”

On 01, Mar 2011 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

 “In a rare glimpse into the chaotic nature of the June 1989 Tiananmen Square massacre, activist Tang (Anthems of Defeat: Crackdown in Hunan Province 1989–1992), charged and imprisoned afterward as a “counter-revolutionary,” recounts the painful experiences of his rise to become one of China’s most outspoken dissidents. Many who challenged the Communist regime tragically paid the highest price, while others sacrificed their freedom for lifelong imprisonment. Tang here describes being caught and detained as a dissident after the government crackdown, revealing the intense 12 months of captivity he suffered at the hands of his prison guards. He goes on to write about his release, acceptance into the United States via Hong Kong, and life up to the present day as he challenges the Chinese Communist Party from afar for more democracy. China’s government has gone to extraordinary lengths to erase Tiananmen Square from the memory of its people.

VERDICT An insightful look into the conditions in China’s hidden prison systems, yet of greatest value as a personal, rather than political memoir. Recommended for readers interested in post-Tiananmen Square China.”

For Library Journal, Allan Cho, Univ. of British Columbia Lib., Vancouver

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My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com. For advanced orders, click here.  

Barnes and Noble? Click here.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

To visit us on Facebook, Click here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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28

Feb
2011

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Early copies of “My Two Chinas” spotted at Princeton Barnes and Noble

On 28, Feb 2011 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

A little ahead of schedule, but the picture says it all. Right on the Non-fiction Bestseller table:

What are you waiting for? Go grab a copy! Or order online below!

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com. For advanced orders, click here.  

Barnes and Noble? Click here.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

To visit us on Facebook, Click here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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16

Feb
2011

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“My Two Chinas” Facebook page is up and running…

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Where can you go to discuss the book? Talk about China? View incredible photos from Tiananmen Square? Meet famous dissidents? Watch the book trailer? Get involved?

Why, Facebook, of course.

Check it out! Click here.

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My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com. For advanced orders, click here.  

Barnes and Noble? Click here.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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08

Feb
2011

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Author of “Death by China” praises “My Two Chinas”

On 08, Feb 2011 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

Greg Autry knows China, and knows it well.

A gifted technology entrepreneur, Greg has taught Business Strategy, Entrepreneurship, High Tech management, and Macroeconomics at the Merage School of Business, UC. Irvine. He holds a degree in History from the California Polytechnic University at Pomona, and an MBA from Merage School of Business, UC Irvine. Now he’s going for his PhD in between writing extensively on the topic of China.

Greg’s new book will appear from Pearson this year. “Death by China: Confronting the Dragon – A Global Call to Action” is written with Peter Navarro, another expert on the economics of China (who also endoresed “My Two Chinas.”

On “My Two Chinas,” Greg says:

“This well-crafted tale of one man’s ordeal and his message of hope should be required reading in the West. We cannot continue to ignore the human cost that results from turning a blind eye to tyranny in exchange for low-cost consumer goods. Do not subscribe to the illusion that China is developing an ‘open and harmonious’ society. My Two Chinas provides a serious reminder of what happened in 1989, as well as a revealing look at what lurks behind the false smiles of China’s current, more media-savvy leaders.
 
I read My Two Chinas on a long flight to Shanghai, and I simply could not put my iPad down. The long flight was over before I realized it. But on this trip, I saw the landscape around me from a very different perspective. I will never look at China the same way again. Mr. Tang and Mr. DiMarco have done China and the world a service by producing this engaging book. My Two Chinas makes learning some very ugly truths a most enjoyable read.”

– Greg Autry, noted entrepreneur and author on Chinese affairs, The Paul Merage School of Business, University of California, Irvine 

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My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com for advanced orders.  

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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12

Dec
2010

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Member of U.S. – China Economic Security Review Commission Endorses “My Two Chinas”

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The U.S. – China Economic Security Review Commission was created in 2000 to monitor, investigate, and submit to the U.S. Congress an annual report on the national security implications of the bilateral trade and economic relationship between the United States and the People’s Republic of China. Where appropriate, the Commission also advises Congress on courses for legislative and administrative action.

Public Law 109-108 directs the Commission to focus its work and study on the following eight areas:

  •  proliferation practices
  • economic transfers
  • energy
  • U.S. capital markets
  • regional economic and security impacts
  • U.S. – China bilateral programs, WTO compliance, and
  • the implications of restrictions on speech and access to information in the People’s Republic of China.

The Commission is composed of 12 members, three of whom are selected by each of the Majority and Minority Leaders of the Senate, and the Speaker and the Minority Leader of the House. The Commissioners serve two-year terms.

Commissioner Jerry L. Fiedler was recently reappointed by Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi for his third term. Of “My Two Chinas,” Commissioner Fiedler writes:

“In the face of oppression most people cower, a few cannot.  Baiqiao Tang acted in 1989 and still strives to change China today.  His struggle teaches us much about the transformation of ordinary people into extraordinary human beings.  This is the amazing story of one man’s journey of constant confrontation and his unbreakable spirit.  To read it helps you understand the many nameless and faceless men and women standing up every day to China’s persistent repression.”

 – Jeffrey Fiedler, U.S. China Economic Security and Review Commission

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My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com for advanced orders.  

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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06

Dec
2010

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Noted Author Says “Do Penance by Picking Up a Copy of This Book”

On 06, Dec 2010 | In Non-Fiction Book | By admin

Steven W. Mosher is a writer who publishes on China and speaks both Mandarin and Cantonese. He is the president of the Population Research Institute in Virginia, a pro-life organization with connections to Human Life International (both were started by Father Paul Marx). He is the author of numerous non-fiction books such as “Broken Earth: The Rural Chinese” (1983), A Mother’s Ordeal, and Hegemon.

In 1979 Mosher became the first American research student to conduct anthropological research in rural China after the Cultural Revolution. At the time he was married to a woman from Guangdong province, and for several months between 1979 and 1980 lived in rural Guangdong. He also traveled to Guizhou, a remote and unvisited part of China. In 1981 Mosher was denied re-entry to China by the Chinese government, which considered he had broken its laws and acted unethically.

On “My Two Chinas,” Mr. Mosher says:

My Two Chinas is one of the most moving, witty, and entertaining memoirs to come out of China since the 1989 Tiananmen demonstrations, a graceful collaboration between a splendid mind that yearns for a free China and the sure pen of his English collaborator.  As we travel with Baiqiao Tang, one of China’s most famous dissidents, through his days of demonstration, flight, imprisonment and exile, we are reminded of the rule of terror that lies behind China’s growing military and economic might.  The next time that economy compels you to buy something made in China, do penance by picking up and reading a copy of this book as well.”

– Steven W. Mosher, President of the Population Research Institute; author of A Mother’s Ordeal, China Misperceived, Journey to the Forbidden China, and Broken Earth.

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com for advanced orders.  

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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01

Dec
2010

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Noted Author Gets Frank About “My Two Chinas”

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Peter Navarro is the author of If It’s Raining in Brazil, Buy Starbucks, as well as The Well-Timed Strategy: Managing the Business Cycle for Competitive Advantage; What the Best MBAs Know; When the Market Moves, Will You Be Ready?; and The Coming China Wars.  

His latest book, co-authored with Columbia Business School Dean Glenn Hubbard, is Seeds of Destruction. It explains what the U.S. economy has suffered from a decade of sluggishness and offers a “Seeds of Prosperity” policy blueprint to restore American prosperity. 

Professor Navarro’s work has appeared in Barron’s, Business Week, The Los Angeles Times, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and the Harvard Business Review, among other publications. He has frequently appeared on Bloomberg TV and radio, CNN, NPR, Marketplace, and all three major network news shows. He is a regular CNBC contributor and has appeared on 60 Minutes. 

Of “My Two Chinas,” Professor Navarro writes: 

“Over the years, I’ve watched many American pundits, corporate executives, and politicians kowtow to China on any number of issues – from China’s Internet censorship and theft of intellectual property to currency manipulation and attacks on the Pentagon.  These cowards should draw courage from the example of a man like Baiqiao Tang – who stood up for democracy and freedom in the belly of the Communist beast and, miraculously, has lived to tell us all about it.” 

– Peter Navarro, author of The Coming China Wars and Professor of Economics and Public Policy, Merage School of Business, University of California-Irvine 

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.  

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.  

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama.   

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction.   

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.  

*     *     *  

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.  

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com for advanced orders.  

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.  

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.  

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

  

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23

Nov
2010

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Epoch Times Runs Front Page Article on “My Two Chinas”

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The Epoch Times is an international newspaper founded by members of the Falun Gong movement. The paper offers coverage on general interest issues, China, and human rights, with a slant that reflects the admitted bias of the publication’s founders.

A winner of several international human rights in journalism awards, The Epoch Times has gained a solid reputation for levying criticism against the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), as well as the policies of the Chinese government.

Headquartered in New York City, the newspaper maintains local bureaus and a network of local reporters throughout the world. It is either sold or distributed free-of-charge in roughly 30 countries worldwide, and maintains editions in English, Chinese, nine other languages in print, and 17 on the web.

The paper’s worldwide circulations was listed as 1.3 million in 2009, with a Chinese-language circulation of 105,000 in the New York City area alone.

An interview with my co-author, Tang Baiqiao, as well as an overview of “My Two Chinas” dominated the front page of The Epoch Times North American Chinese-language edition on November 23, 2010.

My Two Chinas: The Memoir of a Chinese Counterrevolutionary” recounts my co-author Tang Baiqiao’s experiences as a student leader during the Tiananmen Square protests of 1989; how he was subsequently hunted by the Chinese government and jailed for his pro-democracy activities; the physical and mental tortures he endured while in prison; his release, and eventual flight to the U.S.

Despite living in exile these past 21 years, Tang Baiqiao has never relented in his campaign to bring human rights and freedom to his homeland, and throughout the world.

“My Two Chinas” features a foreword by His Holiness, Tenzin Gyatso, the 14th Dalai Lama. 

Prof. Robert Thurman, noted expert on China and Tibet, will contribute an introduction. 

Jeff Widener, the world-renowned photojournalist and Pulitzer-finalist who took the iconic “Tank Man” photo has contributed a preface.

*     *     *

Prometheus Books will release “My Two Chinas” in hardcover (and e-book) in March, 2011.

It’s already posted on services like Amazon.com for advanced orders.

You can download the publisher’s press release as a PDF by clicking here.

For a copy of the press release in Chinese, click here.

For a copy of the press release in French, click here.

For a copy of the press release in Dutch, click here.

To see a list of Advance Endorsements, click here.

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