Fiction

The Green Phoenix

Alice Poon
A novel of Empress Xiaozhuang, the woman who re-made Asia. With the fate of East Asia hanging in the balance, one Mongolian woman manipulated her lovers, sons and grandsons through war and upheaval to create an empire that lasted for 250 years. The Green Phoenix tells the story of the Empress Dowager Xiaozhuang, born a Mongolian princess who became a consort in the Manchu court and then the Qing Dynasty’s first matriarch. She lived through harrowing threats, endless political crises, personal heartaches and painful losses to lead a shaky Empire out of a dead end.

Under Thunderous Skies

Miodrag Kojadinović
These unusual and intriguing stories of interactions between Chinese and non-Chinese are the work of Author Miodrag Kojadinović, born in Serbia and for eight years a teacher of English in a remote corner of China.

Sixty-four Chance Pieces

A Cycle of Stories from the I Ching - The Book of Changes
The Chinese I Ching, the Book of Changes, is one of the oldest and strangest of all books, a masterpiece of world literature, a divination manual and a magnet for the deranged and the obsessive.