Wonderlanded: Life as an expat in China
An architect moves to south China’s Yunnan province to find work, love and inspiration and to realise her dream of becoming an artist.
She captures human feelings and life’s struggles through her unique personal experiences which she portrays through the language of Lewis Carroll’s “Alice’s adventures in Wonderland”.
It is an inside view of Chinese customs, work politics, people and the local expat community.
The book is a journey of failing and learning, beautifully illustrated with the writers paintings created over the time period the book encapsulates.
If you are moving to China or working with Chinese, this book will give you a lot of insights.
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