• Happy Mid-Autumn FestivalQuick View
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    • Happy Mid-Autumn Festival

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    • Story and Illustrations by Meng Yanan Mother Bunny prepares a special family dinner for Mid-Autumn Festival. She sets out early in the morning and meets lots of friends along the way: Mother Hedgehog, Mother Squirrel, Little Bee, Uncle Beaver, Mother Duck and her ducklings. Little does she know that Mr Wild Wolf is sneaking after her… Translated by Jasmine Alexander…
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  • Tan Hou and the Double Sixth FestivalQuick View
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    • Illustrations by Cai Gao   When Tan Hou is born with three dragon marks on his body, his parents know he is special. But the dragon is the emperor’s symbol. The emperor’s men come looking for Tan Hou, but he is determined to honour his parents and stand up for his people. This is the story behind the Double Sixth…
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  • The Dream of Lafcadio Hearn: a novel, with an introduction (The Life of Lafcadio Hearn)Quick View
  • My Japan: a cultural memoirQuick View
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    • My Japan: a cultural memoir

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    • by Roger Pulvers Originally published in Japanese under the title If There Were No Japan: A Cultural Memoir, this book was acclaimed for its insights into Japanese life, bringing together aspects of history, culture and everyday life to paint an original and revealing portrait of the Japanese people and the pressing issues facing them today. During his decades of passionate…
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  • The Unmaking of an AmericanQuick View
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    • The Unmaking of an American

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    • —A Memoir of Life in the United States, Europe, Japan and Australia by Roger Pulvers “Roger has fearlessly thrown himself into the whirlpool of cross-culturalism.  His life reads like an adventure story.”—Ryuichi Sakamoto The Unmaking of an American is an engaging and entertaining cross-cultural memoir spanning decades of dramatic history on four continents. Author, playwright, translator, journalist, theater and film…
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  • Paihuazi and the Clever GirlQuick View
  • Taking a Bite out of the Apple: A graphic designer’s taleQuick View
  • The Game HuntersQuick View
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    • The Game Hunters

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    • by Anupa Roy   A climate crisis in the Ice Age. A cold snap leads to an unrelenting glacial. For our prehistoric ancestors survival is threatened. Food gets harder to find in the frigid lands of Central Asia. Yet the tribes living near the Altai Mountains have found a refuge. A river and a lake allows some plants and trees…
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  • Time for the World to Learn from AfricaQuick View
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    • Time for the World to Learn from Africa

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    • by Ruth Finnegan FBA It is a common notion that Africa has, and indeed ought to have, learned much from the west. This is not wrong; all cultures rightly learn from each other. But less is said of what there is to learn from Africa: from her stories, myths, music, proverbs, insights - and more. Here an acclaimed African scholar steps…
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  • Vacant SteppesQuick View
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    • by Steven Sy As a second invasion by the Empire threatens the nomads of the Great Steppe, a new generation of leaders must mend the broken alliances of their fathers or face certain destruction. Vacant Steppes is a Mongolia-inspired epic fantasy novel about inheritance, family, and leadership in times of division and war.   ISBN: 978-1-913891-07-0 Publication date: 7 September…
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  • The Illegal Immigrant 非法移民Quick View
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    • The Illegal Immigrant 非法移民

    • a novel by Mohammed Umar Who is Mustapha? A respected Nigerian journalist and an aspiring filmmaker or an illegal immigrant wanted by the Home Office? Is he even Mustapha, or is he Michael, Kimani, or any one of the other identities he takes on to survive? This is not just Mustapha's story. It is a social saga with a glittering…
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