31 January 2011

Book talk in Shanghai, 26th Feb: The Great Walk of China

2016-11-24T01:14:26+08:00January 31st, 2011|authors, china, events, hiking, media attention|0 Comments

How long would it take to walk across the world's most populous country? Find out by listening to Graham Earnshaw's story. He'll be speaking at Garden Books -- 325 Changle Road, Shanghai -- at 6pm on Saturday 26th February. 40 RMB includes one drink. Graham's book The Great Walk of China is a journey into China's heartland, away from its [...]

1 May 2010

FCC author event: Graham Earnshaw

2017-10-05T21:36:07+08:00May 1st, 2010|authors, china, events, new books|0 Comments

How long would it take to walk across the world’s most populous country? Graham Earnshaw is finding out. The long-time Hong Kong and China journalist is making a journey into China’s heartland, away from its surging coastal cities, where the ripples of prosperity are only just beginning to be felt and many find themselves left behind. Through his conversations with [...]

3 April 2010

Litfest podcasts

2016-11-24T01:14:34+08:00April 3rd, 2010|authors, china, events|0 Comments

If you were unable to attend the Beijing Bookworm Literary Festival in March, all is not lost: City Weekend magazine has uploaded podcasts of their talks. Thanks to them, you can listen to Graham Earnshaw and Jack Leblanc talk about their China books. Thanks also to James Chau for moderating Jack's session.

2 March 2010

Book excerpt: The Great Walk of China

2016-11-24T01:14:35+08:00March 2nd, 2010|book excerpt, china, hiking, new books|1 Comment

In advance of Graham Earnshaw’s talk at the Beijing Bookworm on Saturday, here’s a chapter from his brand new book, The Great Walk of China. After crossing flat country for most of the distance from Shanghai, Graham finds himself in the Dabie Mountains of rural Anhui Province. Chapter 2: Drinking Games The day’s walk was over and I returned to [...]