Mao: The Unknown Story
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Hong Kong
Wild Swans UK Edition
Wild Swans US Edition
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Hong Kong

Praise for Jung Chang

“An inspiring tale of women who survived every kind of hardship, deprivation and political upheaval with their humanity intact.” Hillary Clinton, O, The Oprah Magazine

Wild Swans made me feel like a five-year-old. This is a family memoir that has the breadth of the most enduring social history.” Martin Amis, Independent on Sunday

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News & Events

  • Latest Book Tour Dates

    23rd Feb 2015
    27th February – Cambridge University History Society –
    The Cambridge Union Society, 9a Bridge Street, Cambridge, CB2 1UB.
    From (7pm)
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    6th March – Emirates Airline Festival of Literature
    Al Baraha 3, InterContinental Hotel.
    12th March – 5×15 and the Guardian celebrate exceptional women
    The Royal Geographical Society
    7:30pm – 9:00pm












    21-25th January – Jaipur Literary Festival
    The largest FREE literary festival on earth, the Festival brings together some of the greatest thinkers and writers from across South Asia and the world.
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    16-18 January 2015 – Hindu Lit for Life Festival, Chennai
    It’s time to celebrate all things related to literature. Come January 2015, The Hindu Lit for Life in Chennai will see discussions, seminars, workshops and performances all with one common overarching theme: books and words.
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    Thu 13 November
    Leeds confucious Institute
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    Sat 15 November, 6.30pm
    Bridport Literary Festival
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    Wed 19 November, 7pm
    The World Monuments Fund
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About Jung Chang

Jung Chang
Jung Chang at a gate of the Forbidden City where Empress Dowager Cixi lived.

Jung Chang is the best-selling author of Wild Swans, which The Asian Wall Street Journal called the most widely read book about China, and Mao: The Unknown Story (with Jon Halliday), which was described by Time as “an atom bomb of a book.”
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