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The Sound of Salt Forming
Written by Chinese writers born in the 1980s, this collection of short stories offers a unique insight into the Chinese society, especially the youth. It is a great way of diving deep into the minds of the Chinese urban dwellers and understanding their personal and social dilemmas.
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3.8 stars from 5 ratings
Fascinating
a fascinating collection of stories
chetozmun via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/14/20
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