What the Chinese Don't Eat

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Xinran has been writing about China in her weekly column in the Guardian since 2003. This is a collection of those pieces that provides a unique perspective on the connection and differences between the lives of British and Chinese people today.

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Xinran was born in Beijing in 1958 and was a successful journalist and radio presenter in China. In 1997 she moved to London, where she began work on her seminal book about Chinese women's lives, The Good Women of China. Since then she has written a regular column for the Guardian, appeared frequently on radio and TV and has published the acclaimed Sky Burial, the novel Miss Chopsticks, the groundbreaking book of oral history China Witness, a book of her Guardian columns called What the Chinese Don't Eat and Message from an Unknown Chinese Mother, about mothers and their lost daughters. She lives in London but travels regularly to China. Her charity, The Mothers' Bridge of Love (www.mothersbridge.org), was founded to help disadvantaged Chinese children and to build a bridge of understanding between the West and China.

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Born in Beijing in 1958, Xinran was a journalist and radio presenter in China. In 1997 she moved to London, where she wrote her bestselling book The Good Women of China. Since then she has written a regular column for the Guardian, appeared frequently on radio and TV and published Sky Burial, Miss Chopsticks (a novel), a groundbreaking work of oral history, China Witness, and a powerful collection of stories based on experience, Message from an Unknown Mother. Her charity, The Mothers' Bridge of Love, was founded to help disadvantaged Chinese children and to build a bridge of understanding between the West and China.

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