Miller spent six years working in Shanghai for an English-language publication and saw from the inside the workings of the Chinese regime, its censorship and propaganda. This is an Australian’s account of this period of time, observing not only the way censorship works but also exploring how China, the world’s most populous and one of the oldest civilisations, relates to foreigners and the outside world.
As China is a significant trading partner and affects the security of Australia, a book which gives a Westerner’s inside look into how its society works should have broad appeal. It is written not just for China experts but the general public in Australia and overseas. The author is the founder of http://www.whyiwrite.net/ and has many media contacts.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 10 / 2016
- 130 x 198mm