Lake with No Name
3 journalers for this copy...
From the back:
"When the tanks rolled into Tiananmen Square, Diane Wei Liang was one of the thousands of students at Beijing University who had been involved in the peaceful demonstrations. The dramatic events of that day, 4 June 1989, ended dreams of a better life, of democracy and freedom - and of love. Diane and her sweetheart Dong Yi were forced to flee Beijing and did not see each other again. Seven years later she returned to China to look for him...
Lake With No Name is Diane's eyewitness account of that traumatic period. It is both a personal journey and love story and a political testimony which takes us from the Cultural Revolution to a defining moment in China's recent history."
Journal Entry 2
Espoo, Uusimaa / Nyland Finland on Tuesday, August 08, 2017
Reserved for sakirmo.
Journal Entry 3
Turku, Varsinais-Suomi / Egentliga Finland Finland on Monday, August 14, 2017
The book is here, thank you!!
** EDIT 8.2.18: gave up on this somewhere around page 70. Somehow it was difficult to get into the story & the exhaustingly mushy love scene was too much for me... just not my kind of a book despite the interesting China-theme.
Journal Entry 4
OBCZ Columbus in Helsinki, Uusimaa / Nyland Finland on Saturday, February 24, 2018
Released 12 mos ago (2/24/2018 UTC) at OBCZ Columbus in Helsinki, Uusimaa / Nyland Finland
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
Congratulations, you found a travelling book! Enjoy and later leave it for other people to find. Feel also free to come back here to let us all know what you thought of the book and where you left it :)
Journal Entry 5
Helsinki, Uusimaa / Nyland Finland on Friday, March 02, 2018
China is so not my country, but I decided to give the book a chance to travel.
Pic: First though of this place, but the book ended up under the statue (see next JE).
Journal Entry 6
Chinatown in Soho, Greater London United Kingdom on Saturday, March 10, 2018
Released 11 mos ago (3/10/2018 UTC) at Chinatown in Soho, Greater London United Kingdom
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
The book was left under a Chinese statue. Soho, London.