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...but Mr. Finnegan can never quite get his head around this strange habit of the locals.
This is an excellent book and an enjoyable read, pitched at just the right level. It asks just enough questions (and provides many answers) to be considered a 'worthy' read for anyone with an interest in China's emerging global presence, yet retains the levity of a Bill Bryson-style travelogue.
Though the author may not appreciate such a comparison, as a fan of the aforementioned Mr. Bryson, I would assure him this is nothing if not a compliment of the highest order. Mr. Finnegan also appears to be taller than Bryson.
More than just being well worth a read, this is well… Read more