READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China

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  • Marks54

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaThis is a memoir of sorts from a young woman who is a Chinese millenial and who was born at the time of the Tienanmen Suare massacre or the “June 4th event” as it is referred to in China and in the book Ms Kan recounts her childhood move from a village to a town and her e


  • Fiona

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaAs a member of the millennial generation in China Karoline Kan has witnessed the rapid technological progress and booming commercialisation of Beijing while being painfully aware of the very different and difficult lives her parents and grandparents have had Kan was born in a farming village in 1989 the year of the protests in Tiananmen Suare The one child policy was strictly policed by the authorities and her mother had to hide this second pregnancy from them to avoid an enforced abortion which could happen as late as 7 months or into the pregnancy Kan’s mother was a very self sufficient woman and this amongst other things


  • Laura

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaThis is an exceptional book that captivated me from the first page on With powerful and moving words the author explains in detail the actions and motives of the government and their reception by the people Kan creates a story f


  • Horace Derwent

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in Chinathe road was Fengyang Road Shanghai and the plastic bag in the girl's hand was KFC i think the cover photo was shot within 1015 years before


  • Laura

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in China From BBC Radio 4Karoline Kan was born in 1989 the year of the Tiananmen Suare massacre Her generation has always been caught between China’s authoritarian politics and its hyper modern technology and economic boomIn her uest


  • 6

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaI want to start the review by saying that the author is pretty much full of herself Given her age not even thirty and her background I rated this memoir five stars because of that not in spite of it At the ripe age of 28 I believ


  • James

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaA wonderfully written enlightening and freuently poignant coming of age story set in modern China Karoline Kan’s writing rips along through her childhood and adolescence but the story never feels rushed painting a portrait of village life in a rapidly changing country and how disjointed and rudderless rapid development can leave you feeling even when it’s presenting never before seen opportunities and new freedoms Disclosure I read a review copy provided by the publisher and also worked briefly alongside Karoline at That’s Magazines


  • Kuang Ting

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaI am a reader from Taiwan and find this book particularly insightful I am almost the same age as the author Therefore I think her descriptions are very useful for readers especially Western readers to understand contemporary China China has undergone one of the mo


  • Rachel

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in ChinaReally interesting and well written memoir of a Chinese millennial Covers so many interesting topics I love the way that she shares her own story as well as her parents and grandparents She is so reflective and honest of her own journey coming to age in this country and learning the strengths and weaknesses found in its traditions and policies


  • Mohamed Tahar Hamada

    READ Ð Under Red Skies: Three Generations of Life Loss and Hope in China Under Red Skies, Three Generations of Life, Loss, and Hope in China''People fear what they don't understand''This book came exactly in a time where we hearing a lot about china and where myself have been in a kind of a uest to know about the ''middle earth country'' that always seems like we know lot and nothing about it in the same time like a dilemmaMainly because the little amount of reliable informations and facts from inside from a side and the rare opening up of chinese people around their opinions publiclyThis book takes you