What Does China Think?

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An invigorating book about the debates raging within China. We all know about the fast pace of change in this country. This book brings us the ideas being fought over in the country itself – from democracy to the idea of a ‘peaceful rise’. It challenges all of our assumptions about China.

We know everything and nothing about China. We know that China is changing so fast that the maps in Shanghai need to be rewritten every two weeks. We know that China has brought 300 million people

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ISBN:9780007282975
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Words: 48,064
Unique Words: 4,704
Avg Sentence (words): 19.72
Avg Word (chars): 4.75
Chapters: 17
Paragraphs: 1,378
People: 326
Places: 209
Things: 363
Adult Reading Time:3:12
Sentiment: 0.00
Intensity: 0.07
Profanity: 140
SAT Words: 637
Reading Level:10.8
Complexity Index: 145

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